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Seven Seas Mariner Cabin Reviews - Horizon Suite

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Horizon Suite Cabins 1 Reviews
Total: 627 sq. ft., Suite: 359 sq. ft., Balcony: 268 sq. ft. Horizon Suite includes Butler Service
    
Horizon Suite (HS)
Horizon Suite (HS)


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1084
Trip of a lifetime... by MTnesters2014

Perfect room....beautiful views...huge balcony...

We were in 1084 which is center-aft, and deck 10 is the highest level with suites on the back of the ship. Perfect! The room was large, with a beautifully appointed marble bathroom stocked with goodies from Hermes and L'Occitane (in case you can't decide)...but the thing we loved most was the over-sized balcony. The outside space was nearly 275 sq feet...large enough for a breakfast table with four chairs and a 2 person chaise lounge plus room to dance in between! The views in port and whilst leaving each destination were worth the price alone!! Three nights of the cruise my wife and I actually fell asleep on the chaise listening to the wake of the ship.

Our Butler "Z" was amazing and our steward "Nic" was excellent. They even filled our room with balloons and put rose petals and kissing swans (made of towels) on our bed the night we celebrated our 25th anniversary. We had Proseco and Canapes most evenings before dinner, and enjoyed breakfast on our balcony most mornings. We also had dinner in our room 3 nights out of seven...it was so relaxing and the food and service were excellent.

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