Regent Seven Seas Cruises plans a luxury sleeping experience for guests on its newest ship, the Seven Seas Splendor, which will debut in February 2020.
The Regent Suite bed will feature a US$200,000 (€180,000) Hästens Vividus custom handmade mattress filled with horsetail hair, cushioning flax, slow-growing pine, superior wool and long-fibre cotton.
Guests will select their bed linens and pillows from an Italian bedding menu in two categories – Bellino Fine Italian linens and the Med1994 Aria line.
The Bellino Samurai collection is made from 100% pure, crisp, breathable linen. Bellino’s Eleganza Collection is comprised of 600-thread-count sateen and 100% long-staple cotton. Bellino’s Adriana collection features 500-thread-count percale and 100% long-staple cotton.
Med1994’s hypoallergenic Aria line is made with a patented technology called Sistema Aria, which builds a free layer inside every duvet as an active suspension designed to help humid air to be released and replaced with clean, dry air, thereby keeping bodies at the correct temperature. It uses 100% virgin white down from Alaskan geese.
Regent Suite guests will also be able to select their choice of a gel pillow, water pillow, memory foam pillow, buckwheat hull pillow or tri-side anatomic pillow.
The Serene Spa and Wellness facility onboard the Seven Seas Splendor will offer an exclusive sleep ritual to Regent Suite guests.
“A great night’s sleep is essential to overall health and well-being, and the holistic Regent Suite sleep experience is personalised for each guest to help them soothe their mind, body and spirit at night after they immerse themselves in the world’s mesmerising destinations during the day,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Deep, relaxing sleep has become an elusive luxury for many and nowhere else at sea can luxury travellers find such a restorative, customised night’s sleep than in the Regent Suite.”
The Regent Suite also features an in-suite spa retreat with a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area with unlimited spa treatments. There are unobstructed 270º views over Seven Seas Splendor’s bow from the 1,300ft² (120m²) wraparound veranda, and a glass-enclosed solarium sitting area on top of the bridge for a captain’s view of the ship’s destinations.
The Seven Seas Splendor is being built at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona, Italy, and will have the capacity for 750 guests in 375 all-suite, all-balcony accommodations, with 14 suite categories.
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