Seven Seas Voyager Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Rich-textured fabrics and warm wood finishes add a touch of coziness to the larger-than-usual suite accommodations in all categories. Every suite has a vanity-desk, walk-in closet, and seating area with sofa, chairs, and table. Marble bathrooms have a separate tub and shower. Most balconies are approximately 50 square feet in size.
Top-Category Suites: The top three suite categories feature Bose music systems, an iPad, and an iPod docking station. Butler service is available for passengers in Master, Grand, Navigator, and Penthouse suites. The top-category Master suites have a separate sitting–dining room, two bedrooms (each has its own TV), a powder room, and two full bathrooms (the master bath has dual vanities, a bidet, separate shower, and whirlpool tub). Some of the other high-end suites do not have the powder room or whirlpool tub.
Amenities: All suites have an entertainment center with CD/DVD player, stocked refrigerator, stocked bar, safe, hair dryer, and fine linens and duvets on the bed. Passengers in Concierge suites and higher receive 15 minutes of free ship-to-shore phone time and 60 minutes of free Internet access. Bathrooms have robes and toiletries, including shampoo, lotion, and bath gel.
Accessibility: Four suites are designed for wheelchair accessibility and are equipped with showers only.
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