There is no such thing as an ocean cruise. From discovering Antarctic wildlife to the famous cities of the great Mediterranean, every day leads to a new discovery beyond the horizon.
With premium suites this is Luxurious though, it is surprising that anyone would ever leave the ships.
Floating apartments with private wine cellars, jewel-like overwater showers, and a hidden two-story pavilion. inside Funnel… has spared no expense in creating the most luxurious and exclusive experiences. These features are just the tip of the iceberg.
Are you ready to savor the ‘wing life’? These are some of the most luxurious cabins at sea.
1. Royal Loft Suite – Facing the Seas
The Royal Caribbean’s two-level Royal Loft Suite – available on Oasis-class and Quantum-class ships – is a stunning two-bedroom retreat with spacious seating and relaxation areas. It is also well suited for entertainment.
There’s dining for eight, a comfortable L-shaped lounge, and plush armchairs, along with a grand piano for those keen to tickle the ivory. Outside, it comes with a private bar and outdoor entertainment area, filled with chairs to enjoy the view.
Traveling with children? There is also a fun “Ultimate Family” suite with in-room slide, air hockey table and cinema. There’s also a Royal Genie at your disposal to organize exclusive experiences, from planning the perfect date to front row theater seating.
2. Huge Suite – Crimson Lady
There is no hyperbole here. The Massive Suite at Virgin Voyages truly lives up to its name, with nearly 200 square meters of antique style.
It features its own music room with guitars you can actually play (if so inclined), as well as a cozy circular lounge for late-night conversations and a bathroom filled with multicolored dichroic glass.
As a guest of the RockStar class, the ship’s highest class, you also have access to the member’s only sundeck designed for lavish cocktail hours and dancing under the stars. Afterwards, you can relax on your private terrace equipped with a hot tub and hammocks.
3. Owner’s Suite – Viking Orion
Coming at 135 square metres, the owner’s suite aboard the Viking Orion is at its best. Inside, you’ll find a spacious sitting room adorned with rich textiles, with a well-stocked library and a comfortable lounge to dive in, as well as a private veranda to let the sea air in.
Do you like to have fun? There is a dining table for six and a curated wine collection on hand, as well as a meeting room with a “fireplace” and seating for 12.
If you have enjoyed the cruise ship life a lot, there is also a glass-walled dry sauna to detox while enjoying the view.
4. Regent Suite – Ship of the Seas Explorer
Although the Regent Seven Seas is known for its luxury, it takes this reputation to the next level in its meticulously designed Regent suites – each one so luxurious you’d think you were down to earth.
The luxury suites are found on the Seven Seas Explorer, Grandeur, and Splendor ships, and include marble and stone bathrooms, two bedrooms, a separate lounge and dining area, an indoor spa with sauna and whirlpool, and two balconies with a small spa pool.
As an added treat, guests logged into this cabin also have access to “The Study,” an exclusive dining room for 12 filled with rare artwork, hidden between two specialty restaurants.
5. Reflection Suite – Celebrity Reflection
Accessed via a private corridor, the Reflection Suite is a multi-faceted diamond, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious living and dining areas, and a unique cantilevered glass shower that juts out over the water. Don’t worry though, no one can see you!
Comfortable antique armchairs, elegant place to eat 10 people, veranda with rain shower and bathtub.
An added bonus, guests also enjoy VIP canapés, two bottles of premium spirits, and unlimited lunches and dinners at all specialty restaurants.
6. Pinnacle Suite – MS Rotterdam
As its name suggests, the Pinnacle Suite is truly the pinnacle of Holland America Lines’ luxury offering. It’s a destination cabin – travelers often dream of checking into it.
Each ship has one. And while the layout and design are slightly different, they all share the same DNA, with large living and dining spaces, butler pantry, two dorms (one on the balcony, one in the bathroom) and a beautifully curated art collection.
Guests checking into this high-class cabin enjoy use of the exclusive Neptune Lounge, plus access to a private concierge and an array of complimentary services.
7. Tower of Desires Suite – Disney Wish
When you’re craving a star, there’s a good chance you’ll check in on the new Disney Wish, which sails in July. And the preferred accommodation option? The Wish Tower Pavilion, a multi-level gem hidden within the ship’s funnel, stared toward the horizon.
A private elevator takes you up to the suite, with a twinkling chandelier and floor-to-ceiling windows setting the scene. Both master bedrooms and a children’s bunk room feature a cozy palette of blues, whites, and coral, with unique artwork evoking the style of the Moana movie.
8. Owner’s Suite – Aqua Marie
Aqua Mare, the first truly luxury yacht to sail the Galapagos Islands, is a small but ultra-luxurious affair, with seven timeless suites designed by renowned yacht designer François Zuretti. specified? Owner’s Suite – 80 sq.m. – overflows with Italian marble and rich walnut panels.
Offering extraordinary, personalized service and a 1:1 crew-to-guest ratio, the ship is the kind of once-in-a-lifetime indulgence befitting a wild and unique destination like the Galapagos.
9. Owner’s Suite – Silver Dawn
Silversea is one of the world’s leading luxury cruise lines. As you might imagine from this lofty reputation, they have some first class cabins to match. Like the illustrious owner’s suite aboard the Silver Dawn, designed for socialization as much as solitude.
Available as a one- or two-bedroom cabin, the cabin comes equipped with a Bose sound system and 55-inch TV (although it likely won’t turn on with the outside view), plus a large marble-topped bathroom hand-picked from a five-star hotel.
10. Owner’s Suite – Oceania Riviera
Although many ships wash their oceanic surroundings, the owner’s suite aboard the Oceania Riviera unabashedly embraces it. Designed by Ralph Lauren Home, it features extensive wood and brass, Wenge rich walnut paneling, and custom yacht design artwork.
Entry is via an intriguing foyer with music room, and also includes a large living area, full-size bar, two large walk-in wardrobes, and indoor and outdoor whirlpool spas.
The suite also includes exclusive card-only access to the Executive Lounge, which houses a private library.
11. Haven Premier Owner’s Suite – Norwegian Prima
Making its debut in August, the Norwegian Prima Hotel will be based in Northern Europe, featuring an impressive owner’s suite created by famed Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni, known for his outstanding work on five-star hotels and luxury luxury yachts.
Very textured, with a minimalist feel and furnishings that you want to reach and touch, the hero of the suite is a spacious balcony with a hot tub.
As if the room wasn’t private enough, it’s located inside The Haven: a private deck area where guests can enjoy 24-hour butler service, relax by the cocktail bar, and take their troubles away in the infinity-edge pool.