The Regent Seven Seas cruise line will soon make history with the release of the largest suite ever built for a luxury liner. The Splendor will make its first voyage in February 2020 on a 14-night sail from Barcelona to Miami, featuring the 4,443 square-foot Regent Suite.
The new and colossal Regent Suite is pure opulence for guests. Just one of the most fabulous and expensive furnishings of the suite will be a custom-made bed that costs $200,000 dollars to build. Located on the 14th deck of the Splendor, the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath suite will comfortably accommodate up to six guests.
The bed is called “Vividus”, and it’s made by the prestigious company, Hästens, in Sweden. This crazy-expensive king-sized bed will have 210 kilos of natural materials, including wool batting, cotton, horsetail hair, steel springs, and layers of flax. The bed frame will be made of pinewood sourced locally in Sweden.
And that’s not all, it will require over 300 hours, 18 months, and four master artisans to complete.
But the Vividus is just one aspect that makes this suite over-the-top. The Regent Suite will feature an in-suite spa retreat with a sauna, steam room, and treatment area; a wraparound veranda with a 270-degree view of the ship’s bow; a shower with floor-to-ceiling ocean-views; and a mini-pool spa on the front balcony.
The Regent Seven Seas’ Regent Suite costs $11,000 per night. Most have already been sold for 2020 but the Splendor ship will have a total of 375 suites to accommodate 750 guests.