Must-See Luxury Cruise Ship Cabins

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live the high life of the rich and famous? To give you an idea of how unbelievably luxurious life can really be, below are 9 must-see luxury cruise ship cabins carrying people around the world in style.

The Owners Suite on Silversea Cruises

If you’ve ever wanted to experience what it’s like to actually live at sea, the Owners Suite aboard Silversea Cruises is likely the closest you’re going to get. Packed with top-of-the-line amenities, including Illy espresso machines, Pratesi® bed linens, and an integrated Bang & Olufsen audio system, you can rest assured any want or desire you have will be fulfilled in style. Daily dry cleaning, a stocked bar with your preferred beverages, and a complimentary dinner arranged through your butler are just some of the services available to you. At the end of the day, you can relax in your marble bathroom with sparkling showers, contemporary bathtubs, and Bulgari toiletries.

Club Spa Suites on Azamara Journey and Quest

If the destination is more important to you than a glamorous on-board experience, the Club Space Suites aboard the Azamara Journey and Quest might be more up your alley. Recently added to the ship are glass-enclosed bathtubs and separate rain showers, both of which offer a beautiful view of the ocean. Arguably the most unique aspect of the Club Spa Suites is their Nights in Private Places package – a completely private night consisting of a multi-course buffet, a swim in a Thalassotherapy (seawater therapy) pool, and the opportunity to close out the night under the stars in an outdoor bed.

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Haven 3-Bedroom Garden Villas on Norwegian Cruises

Treat your family to one of the largest suites at sea inside one of the Haven 3-Bedroom Garden Villas aboard Norwegian Cruises. Room for up to 8 people, attentive butlers, private garden hot tubs, and access to the Haven club’s VIP bar, courtyard, and dining room make the Haven experience the perfect luxurious group getaway for friends and families.

The Grand Suite on Carnival Ecstasy

Picture the craziest lights festival you can think of. Now, take that festival in your mind and place it on a huge boat sailing across the ocean. That sums up The Grand Suite aboard Carnival Ecstasy. When you’re tired out from the entertainment and taking in the sights, you can retreat to your suite complete with a top-of-the-line entertainment system and your own private balcony.

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The Owners Suite on Pride of America

Soak in Hawaii and the Na Pali Coast in style inside The Owners Suite aboard Pride of America. Featuring a dining table, loungers, and even whirlpools on the balcony, you can kick back with up to four people in one room. If the sweet Hawaiian air gets too nippy as you sip your complimentary bottle of champagne, you can retreat inside to the master bath with a jetted tub and shower. Plus, no Owners Suite experience is complete without butler service and access to a 24/7 private concierge.

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The Suite on Ruby Princess

Aboard Ruby Princess, you’ll never want to even leave your room. Suited with a shower and separate bathtub, free minibar, walk-in closet, free laundry service, and daily bottled water, you’ll have everything you need to relax inside your suite. Of course, you’ll want to explore beyond your room on account of also getting priority dining and tour reservations and complimentary access to the Lotus Spa. Finally, you can conclude your days on your Princess Luxury Bed —  developed in collaboration with sleep experts for maximum comfort.

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Crystal Penthouse with Veranda on Crystal Serenity

Fresh off a recent renovation, the Crystal Penthouse with Veranda aboard Crystal Serenity comes with floor-to-ceiling windows offering near-panoramic views of the ocean. As you walk around the suite’s 1,345-square-feet, the natural wood floors and Italian mosaic tile accent the suite’s rustic feel. After a lounge session on your private deck and pampering in your spacious bathroom, you can call your personal butler for dinner.

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Owner’s Suite on Viking Ocean

The Owner’s Suite aboard the Viking Ocean is unique in that it reflects the lifestyle of the ship’s owner, Torstein Hagen. This means that your room contains a stereo playing Scandinavian artists like ABBA, bookshelves lined with Hagen’s favorite books, walls coated in his favorite paintings, and even a boardroom for business purposes. Besides this, the suite is also incredibly luxurious, containing a double-vanity bathroom and private sauna with ocean views, wet bar, and a 156-square-foot furnished balcony.

Owner’s Suite on Oceania’s Marina and Riviera

There’s a good chance you won’t even want to get off the ship when inside the Owner’s Suite aboard Oceania’s Marina and Riviera. With not one, but two whirlpool tubs – one in the bathroom and another on the veranda, as well as a grand entryway fitted with an ebony grand piano and professional entertainment system, the Owner’s Suite might as well belong to James Bond. Outside of your room, you can access the private Executive Lounge for complimentary soft drinks, coffees, and snacks. Or you can just call your butler for in-suite meal delivery.

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