The Seven Seas Explorer is a $450 million, 750-passenger, all-suite triumph of luxury-the first new ship that has its own brand in 13 years. The Luxury Cruise Liner offers elegance and glamour to the greatest destinations all over the world, offering exquisite dining options that rival those of the finest restaurants in land and in her 375 all-suite, all-balcony accommodations boasting the largest balconies at sea.
According to USA Today, it is billed as the most luxurious cruise ship eve made and features some of the largest and most elaborate accommodations at sea, including a single suite measuring 3,875 square foot which nearly is two time bigger and larger than the average house in the USA.
The ship has beautiful ceilings that seem to soar endlessly while floors are done up in intricate stone patterns with golden leaf accents and even the guest hallways have the best Czech crystal and glass chandeliers which is stunning to look at. There's an entire football field that covers up on marble, half of it Carrara which gives a Grand European Hotel look than any typical cruise ship.
According to Bloomberg, the Luxury Cruise, Seven Seas Explorer has 375 suites in 10 categories, all with marble bathrooms and oversized balconies which is a key to compete with different cruise ships all over the world. Every Guest in the cruise line gets Veuve Cliquot or Jacquart Champagne and L'Occitane bath amenities, plush bedding, and furnishings, with the quality and perks increasing the higher the suite level.
The Explorer also has a wide range of high end eateries including the contemporary French and Asian restaurants and a newly designed version of the line's signature steakhouse, Prime 7. There is also a stylish spa operated by Canyon Ranch, a two-tiered, 694-seat theater, and a luxurious observation lounge that bring to mind the 1920s are some of the cruise's outstanding features.
The Seven Seas Explorer is the most expensive and luxurious ship ever made and has the highest ratios of space to passengers in the history of cruise ships. For more of the latest news and current events around the world please visit Travelers Today.
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