Seabourn’s suites are absolutely gorgeous. All are ocean view with more than 90 percent featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that open onto expansive verandas. I want to show you some of the suite amenities so you’ll get an idea of what it’s like when you cruise on Seabourn, but first I thought you’d like to take a tour of some of these outstanding suites.
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Seabourn’s suites are spacious and well-appointed. They are your home away from home, with all of the comforts and amenities that you would expect. All suites feature queen or twin-bed configurations.
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In the larger suites, living areas are separate from the bedrooms. Beds feature fine cotton linens with fluffy duvets, down or hypoallergenic pillows.
In the spacious bathrooms, you’ll find separate showers and tubs, marble throughout and high-end European bath amenities.
More than 90 percent of the suites feature verandas, and all suites come with gracious service, including chilled champagne and an attractive presentation of canapes to welcome you aboard, and fresh fruits replenished as needed.
While suite amenities vary in some of the larger suites, all Seabourn accommodations feature complimentary in-suite bars stocked with your choice of beverages, including your favorite wines and spirits as well as soft drinks and bottled water, replenished for the duration of your voyage.
Suites feature desks so that you can write home on personalized stationary provided for you, and WiFi is available no matter where you are on the ship.
So hopefully I’ve given you an idea of what the Seabourn suites are like. They really do rival some of the suites in the world’s finest hotels, but with one key difference, and that is that your view changes every day of your cruise.
An avid traveler and an award-winning journalist, Ralph Grizzle produces articles, video and photos that are inspiring and informative, personal and passionate. A journalism graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ralph has specialized in travel writing for more than two decades. To read more cruise and port reviews by Ralph Grizzle, visit his website at www.avidcruiser.com