The best suites in middle of the sea

These suites compete with the best, most expensive and most luxurious hotels land suites in the world. The suites of cruise ships have nothing to envy from the glitz, style, decoration and services that offer the most renowned multi star hotels. Let’s meet some of them:

Master Suite, Seven Seas Voyager

At 113 meters, the suite has two comfortable and spacious bedrooms, where guests can enjoy peace and relaxation. The suite also features living and dining areas, flat screen TV, balcony 17 m², bar and guest bathroom. The two double rooms each have their own marble bathroom, double sinks, separate shower and bath and huge closets. Whoever books the suite, automatically upgrades the air ticket at the business class, from where you fly to find the ship. The occupants of the suite have also available an iPad, king size beds with Egyptian cotton linens and free use of the phone for 15 minutes and internet access for half an hour.

The butler serves you every morning, along with the morning newspaper. As for the price, 34,079 pounds per person for 31 nights from Amsterdam to Istanbul, for a trip that will take place in October 2014. The price includes flights, transfers, drinks, excursions, all meals and a night in a hotel before departure.

Master Suite, Seven Seas Voyager

Master Suite, Seven Seas Voyager

Queens Grill Grand Duplex, Queen Mary 2

It could be a separate, fully functional apartment. The suites Balmoral and Sandringham Grand Duplex of 209 square meters, have their own balcony 28 m² for private, relaxing moments overlooking the deep blue, and divided into two levels. Imagine something like maisonette in the sea. Upstairs there is a room with its own marble bathroom, while at the lower floor is the lounge and dining room, flat screen TVs, and bathrooms for visitors.

The butler takes care of the cellar, so it doesn’t run out from carefully chosen wines and various snacks. Guests can be informed about what is happening in the world through an iPad, enjoy special privileges such as priority boarding and disembarking and transporting their luggage. Of 12,979 pounds sterling per person for 11 nights from Singapore to Dubai in April 2014.

Queens Grill Grand Duplex, Queen Mary 2

Queens Grill Grand Duplex, Queen Mary 2

Reflection Suite, Celebrity Reflection

Reflection Suite has two double rooms and a panoramic terrace 18 sq.m. Furthermore, an open living and dining area for 10 people, while specific application via the iPad you can adjust the tilt of your bed. One of the most unique rooms of this suite is the diamond shaped, glass bathroom that extends to the edge of the ship. You do not have to worry about your look the time you take the shower because you have special smart windows that adapt to external conditions and sunlight, thereby protecting you from prying eyes. Prices start from £ 11,090 per person with air tickets for 10 nights cruise in the eastern Mediterranean, departing from Civitavecchia, Italy on June 13, 2014.

Reflection Suite, Celebrity Reflection

Reflection Suite, Celebrity Reflection

Owner’s Suite, Princess Cruises’ Royal Princess

Inaugurated last June by the Duchess of Cambridge. Marble and granite surfaces, Egyptian cotton linens, private balconies and design rooms and closets. Prices start from £ 4,949 without airfare, for 11 nights in Scandinavia and Russia, departing from Copenhagen on 25 June 2014.

Owner’s Suite, Princess Cruises' Royal Princess

Owner’s Suite, Princess Cruises’ Royal Princess

More about suites here: Hotel suites just for kids, Cruises | The catalog and offers of Royal Caribbean for 2013.

By Nicole P.

Cruise suites photos: Ralph Grizzle, Daniel Lotten, Doron Levy.

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