The World's Largest Luxury Cruise Suite Will Have a Sauna, Pool, and $200,000 Bed

It also comes with free unlimited in-suite spa services.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Cruise cabins are notorious for being tiny, cramped, and pretty much lacking in the luxury department. The Regent Suite, aboard Regent Seven Seas Splendor, however, is likely more luxurious than any hotel room you've stayed in. In fact, I'd bet on it—unless you've ever slept in a $200,000 bed.

According to a press release, the Regent is the largest suite ever built on a luxury cruise ship, and will be on the fourteenth deck of the Seven Seas Splendor, overlooking the ship's bow. The first guests in the suite will set sail in February 2020, in the insanely luxurious 4,443-square-foot accommodations.

This suite sounds like an actual dream. It has an "in-suite spa retreat," which includes a personal sauna, steam room, and treatment area with UNLIMITED spa treatments. Who cares about where the cruise is headed...I wouldn't even want to leave the suite!

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises

After enjoying the spa treatment(s) of your choice, there's a 1,300-square-foot wraparound deck waiting for you—for unmatched views of the water over the ship's bow and a glass-enclosed solarium sitting area for a Captain's view. The best part is that the views from the deck and the floor-to-ceiling windows are different every day, as the ship makes its way to iconic ports.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Also on the balcony: a mini-pool spa, where you can sip champagne at sunset. Per the press release, "the fully-stocked bar bordering the living room and solarium allows for unobstructed ocean views while you recline in comfort as a personal butler mixes your favorite beverage."

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Aside from sleeping in a hand-crafted $2oo,ooo Vividus bed, guests in the suite will be treated to first-class domestic air accommodations, a personal butler (as mentioned above), and a personal car with a driver and guide at every port. The Regent Suite can accommodate up to six guests total, with a master bedroom, guest bedroom, spacious living room, and sitting area.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises

A suite that's "nearly twice as large as the average American home and 20 times larger than the average cruise ship stateroom" costs a pretty penny, as you can probably imagine. It's available at $11,000 per night based on double occupancy, and you're going to have to wait to experience it for yourself—the suite is already sold out for almost all of the ship's inaugural season in 2020.

The Seven Seas Splendor will sail through destinations in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and North America. Check out all the amenities for the suite here. It's pretty remarkable!

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