The newly launched Seven Seas Grandeur will feature 15 luxurious cabin categories and creative concepts for experiential dining. New to the 750-passenger ship are design themes for the Prime 7 and Chartreuse restaurants as well as the Observation Lounge.
Chartreuse is designed to evoke the mood of 1920s Parisian glamour and the art deco movement, while Prime 7 takes guests to 20th century New York with its rail travel theme. For post-dinner relaxation, the Observation Lounge features quiet alcove seating under an art nouveau-inspired mesh crystal chandelier to set a dramatic mood.
The cabins in Seven Seas Grandeur are spacious, with entry-level suites coming in at 33.5sqm including 10sqm of balcony space.
The top-tier 412sqm Regent Suite overlooks the bow of the ship and is designed to bring in the at-sea ambience with a sky-lit and glass-enclosed parlour with two chaise lounges. The suite has two bedrooms, two and a half marble-and-stone bathrooms, a living room and dining room, and a private in-suite spa with unlimited complementary treatments, sauna, steam room and jetted bathtub.
Regent Seven Seas continues to build on the popularity of proven concepts such as Coffee Connection to promote a chic casual café culture as well as the refined dining experience offered by Compass Rose.
Inaugural sailings begin in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and cross transatlantic. Regent’s value proposition of unlimited free on-shore excursions promises an extensive variety of destination-immersive experiences for guests to discover.
Prime 7 is a steakhouse themed as an early 20th century rail travel concept.
The Regent Suite boasts a sky-lit and glass-enclosed parlour.