Deluxe Suite (G): Seven Seas Mariner Cabin Reviews

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30 Reviews
Total: 301 sq. ft., Suite: 252 sq. ft., Balcony: 49 sq. ft.

Deluxe Suite (G)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Cabin 752
Overall excellent! The size of the bathroom was a real surprise based upon what our friends had said about their cruise experiences (non on a Regent). The shower was great! And having a large closet was another surprising perk! We unpacked everything and made our selves at home. The bed was very comfortable, the quality of the furniture was high and having our own balcony made it special. Our steward, the maids and the room service staff were all wonderful.
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Cabin 899
Plenty roomy despite being a lower level room. In-room safe, walk-in closet, tub with shower, fully-stocked refrigerator (as you request), and roomy enough to lounge about. Balcony was smallish but still useable, with 2 chairs and a table.
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Cabin 962
Admittedly at first a little smaller than we remember but once we had unpacked and settled down, we were very happy. Our steward and stewardess were so nice, always discreet and thoughtful, keeping our suite spotless.
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The cabin itself was not huge, but it had an enormous amount of closet space, which was really useful. The bed was comfortable. The balcony was adequate with comfortable chairs. The room had many useful features as well. I would have liked some wine in addition to the beer and soda in the minibar.
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Cabin 765
Underwhelmed scotslass999
This is opposite a crew door. Unless you have a hearing impairment or are an insomniac, Avoid, avoid,avoid.
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comfortable and very spruced up


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Cabin 982

Huge walk-in closet, great balcony, large bathroom, wonderful bathroom toiletries, large siting area, and excellent beds


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Cabin 734
Spacious cabins, well laid out with plenty of storage and a comfortable balcony.
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Cabin 744
Great location. Not too close or too far from anything. Nice and quiet room. Loved the shower only bathroom. Wished bathrooms on Regent were a little larger with two sinks but it was ok. Clean, very comfortable room. Lots of nice storage. Walk in closet was wonderful. Highly recommend this room.
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Cabin 746
Very well laid out and well appointed
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Cabin 730
Shower/bath combo not great for tall guests.
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Cabin 870
Fantastic Cruise oldcajun
Our cabin was the "base" size on the Mariner. It was about the same size as our "mini-suite" on a previous cruise on the Diamond Princess but the bed, furniture, and bath were much nicer. The walk-in closet held all of our clothes and made it easy to organize everything.
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Cabin 898
Standard Cabin. It's the most aft cabin on deck 8. We had some smell issues from the drains, but the plumbers fixed them. There was no noticeable engine noise and only a bit of vibration and swaying. We rode out 12 foot seas one night with no problem. It's nice to be at the end of the hall as nobody is walking by the door making noise. The balcony looks restricted from the outside, but it's fine. This cabin had a bath tub and not the upgraded walk in shower. That can be an issue if you are tall or have mobility issues. I'd happily stay in the same cabin again.
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Cabin 762
Cabin 762.  Great cabin with lots of room.  Shower in bathroom.  Port side of ship, somewhat center of ship. Little movement
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Cabin 745
Spacious suite with a lovely bathroom with tub, small walk in closet, comfy bed, and small but nice balcony.
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