Saturday, October 23, 2010

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Redefines The All-Inclusive Concept

Although Regent Seven Seas is already recognized by Condé Nast Traveler readers as the “most inclusive ultra-luxury cruise line” because airfare, all-suite accommodations, gourmet cuisine, open bars, sightseeing excursions, gratuities, and taxes are included in the fare, Regent has just raised the “all-inclusive” bar even higher by offering their guests complimentary overnight accommodations at deluxe hotels before every cruise. Beginning with its 2011 Europe season, every cruise will also include a free, pre-cruise luxury hotel package that features airport-hotel and hotel-ship ground transfers and breakfast prior to check-out.

“To be the best of the best, we believe that exclusivity means inclusivity,” affirms Mark Conroy, the line’s president. “As travel to a destination can often be tiring, we decided to up the luxury ante by including a deluxe hotel stay so our guests can relax and explore a world-class city before beginning their Regent Seven Seas cruise.”

The Regent Seven Seas fleet is comprised of three luxury all-suite ships that carry from 490 to 700 guests to ports in Australia, Europe, Asia, Alaska, and the Caribbean. Public areas are resplendent with rich fabrics, textures, and furnishings. Suites, among the most spacious at sea, measure from 300 to 1,200 square feet and offer tastefully appointed living and sleeping areas, marble bathroom, walk-in closet, flat-screen TV, fully stocked bar, and private balcony. Facilities include several elegant bars, a show lounge, casino, library, Internet center, card room, outdoor pool, hot tubs, and the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. Depending on the ship, guests can choose from up to four, open-seating gourmet restaurants, including Prime 7, a superb, new steakhouse. For more information or to receive a brochure, visit Visit for Regent Seven Seas Cruise Reviews.

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