It’s been proven over and over again that you can enjoy a wonderful cruise in any category of cabin; even the simplest inside cabin has everything you need to rest and relax between activities, dress up for dinner, and get a great night’s sleep.
Still, if your budget allows it, sailing in a larger cabin does have advantages. And if you’re looking for a truly luxurious, simply over-the-top cabin for your next cruise, here’s a look at some of the most stunning and creative suites at sea.
Each of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class and Quantum Class ships have a Royal Loft Suite, where a giant window wall frames a two-deck-high view. The stylish interiors vary a bit between ships, but include spacious living and dining areas, and lofted main bedrooms with a window-wall view (don’t worry, there are blackout drapes for when you want to sleep in). The most amazing part of a Royal Loft Suite may be the large balcony, with plenty of space for an outdoor dining table, lounge chairs, a bar and a private whirlpool.
On the ships of Viking Ocean Cruises, the Owner’s Suite really is the owner’s suite; these cabins are used by Torstein Hagen, chair of Viking Cruises, when he’s on board. When he’s not on board, the Owner’s Suite still contains some of Hagen’s own art, books, and memorabilia for you to enjoy. The sleek, comfortable furnishings – inside and on the private verandah – are in keeping with the line’s elegant Scandinavian aesthetic. And the bathroom is lavish, with a heated floor, anti-fog mirrors, and a dry sauna with an ocean view. The 1,446-square-foot suites even have an adjoining board room with a conference table that seats 12.
Yet another spectacular suite is on the horizon; now under construction, the Disney Wish includes plans for a two-story suite perched in one of the ship’s signature red funnels, promising fantastic views. A private elevator will open into a double-height living and dining area, with décor is inspired by the movie Moana and views through floor-to-ceiling windows. A spiral staircase will lead to the upper level of this 1,966-square-foot suite, where two master bedrooms will have walk-in closets and their own spacious bathrooms. The kids will have their own room with fun bunk beds, and the suite will have a library, too.
To find out how you can sail in one of these or many other very special suites at sea, talk with Anita, your professional travel advisor.
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