Passengers who book the upcoming Regent Suite on the Seven Seas Splendor will be sleeping on one expensive mattress.
The $200,000 Hästens Vividus custom handmade mattress is filled with horsetail hair, cushioning flax, slow-growing pine, superior wool and long-fiber cotton. Bed linens made from batiste makò cotton and 100 percent virgin white down from Alaskan geese that keeps bodies at the correct temperature. A Serene Spa & Wellness™ restorative sleep ritual treatment.
“A great night’s sleep is essential to overall health and well-being, and the holistic Regent Suite sleep experience is personalized for each guest to help them soothe their mind, body and spirit at night after they immerse themselves in the world’s mesmerizing destinations during the day,” says Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
The Regent Suite has been coined “the most exclusive access at sea” with 4,443 square feet of space, complete with an in-suite spa retreat featuring a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area with unlimited spa treatments, 270-degree views over the ship’s bow from the 1,300 square-foot wraparound veranda, and a glass-enclosed solarium sitting area on top of the bridge for a Captain’s view.
Wondering how much the Regent Suite will set you back? The price is set around $11,000 per night, based on double occupancy.
Seven Seas Splendor is currently being built in Italy and will carry 750 guests. The ship will be delivered in February 2020.
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