Are you planning to go on a vacation via a cruise ship? If yes, then you would want to know what the best ship suites are today. So, here is a list of the top 10 most luxurious cruise ship suites that will make your dream vacation a truly unforgettable one.
10 Divina, Splendida, and Fantasia
Ranking 10th place on this list is the MSC Cruise’s Divina, Splendida, and Fantasia. The best suites in these cruise lines are the Yacht Club Royal Suites. Each of these rooms features their own separate living room with a balcony. The bedroom curves around and towards the ship’s front. All these suites are extremely cozy and spacious. The room itself measures 216 square feet, while the balconies measure 177 square feet. The amenities included are a Wii game console, full bar at no extra charge, private pool area, another bar, and a grill. The average cost per night and per person varies depending on the itinerary, but the price ranges around $535 to about $630.
9 Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas
The Allure of the Seas and the Oasis of the Seas are both owned and operated by the Royal Caribbean International. For $795 per night per person, you can already enjoy the extremely lush and comfortable Royal Loft Suite. These rooms are found on the ship’s Deck 17 and Deck 18. The room itself measures 1,599 square feet and a balcony of 874 square feet. The suites can accommodate up to 6 passengers at the same time. The master bedroom, which is on the 2nd floor, has an adjoining bathroom that comes equipped with a tub, dual sinks, shower, and a bidet. Another bathroom comes with a shower, situated on the first story.
8 Seven Seas Voyager
The Seven Seas Voyager is a cruise ship owned by Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The Grand Suite is the best one that you can find in the line. There are four of them for you to choose from. Each comes with luxurious modern décor. Dark cabinets, cream walls and furniture, guest baths, and walk-in closets are just some of the things that these suites have to offer. The best part about them is that they have their own solarium. The room is 753 square feet in size, while the balcony is at 123 square feet. All of these you can enjoy for only $916 per night, per person.
7 Eclipse, Reflection, Solstice, Silhouette, and Equinox
The Eclipse, Reflection, Solstice, Silhouette, and Equinox are the Solstice-Class ships of Celebrity. The Penthouse suites are the best ones here. Each of them have verandas measuring 398 square feet, complete with outdoor whirlpools and patio furniture. The penthouse itself measures 1,291 square feet. The living room features plush furniture, throw rug, hardwood floors, and a 52-inch LCD TV among many others. For those who love music, they can also play the baby grand piano that each suite has. The average cost per night and per person in any of these suites is $1,060.
6 SeaDream I and SeaDream II
The SeaDream I and the SeaDream II are cruise lines operated by the SeaDream Yacht Club. The best suites in these ships are the Owner’s Suites. These are 447 square feet in size. While they are not the flashiest and the most luxurious, these ship suites are definitely worth the money, with their impressively trained crews. A tub with a great ocean view, a living room complete with chairs and sofas, and a dining area that can accommodate up to 4 people are what you can expect from these suites. If you are ready to shell out $1,120 per person per night, then by all means go ahead and book one of the Owner’s Suites here.
5 Sea Cloud
Sea cloud boasts of two different Owner’s Suites, namely Sir Edward’s and Lady Marjorie’s. While these rooms are not really that big in terms of modern standards, they are still exceptional. If you love anything vintage and if you can afford $1,290 per night per person, you should definitely consider going on board the Sea Cloud.
4 Silver Spirit
Silver Spirit is owned by Silversea Cruises. The best suites here are the Owner’s Suites. The suite itself is quite large, at 1,292 square feet, with a veranda measuring 190 square feet. The best way to describe these rooms is that they are definitely spacious, sophisticated, and sexy. The master bedroom is constructed mainly with marble and you also get a shower, a separate whirlpool tub, and a double vanity. The average price per night here is $1,300.
3 Marina and Riviera
The most luxurious suites in the Oceania Cruises’ Marina and Riviera are the Owner’s Suites. A night’s stay here costs $1,395 per person, but it is definitely worth it. In addition to being the newest ships owned and operated by Oceania Cruises, they are also two of the greatest cruise ships to cruise the sea nowadays. Ralph Lauren Home furnishings, king sized bed, walk in closets, professional entertainment system, and two whirlpool tubs (one in the bathroom and the other out on the veranda) among many others are what you can expect to get for your money.
2 Eurodam, Niew Amsterdam, Westerdam, Zuiderdam, Oosterdam, and Noordam
The Eurodam, Niew Amsterdam, Westerdam, Zuiderdam, Oosterdam, and Noordam are the cruise lines of Holland America that are considered to have some of the best ship suites today. For $2,900 per night, this should already be a given. Each suite measures over 1,300 square feet. Aside from being very spacious, they have also been designed using contemporary ideas. Original artwork and plush furnishings are just some of the other things that give the suites a whimsical feel.
1 Queen Mary 2
The most expensive suite ship of today is the one that you will find on the Queen Mary 2, owned and operated by Cunard Lines. Actually, there are two type of suites here. One is the Sandringham Duplex, the other being the Balmoral Duplex. These are 2-story suites that have curved and sweeping staircases, which provide access to the bedrooms located on the 2nd floor. Two marble baths, whirlpool tub, separate shower, guest bath, and your very own exercise equipment are some of the things that each of the suites house. These suites are the most expensive, as the average cost per night per person is $4,170.