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13 Reviews
Total: 449 sq. ft., Suite: 376 sq. ft., Balcony: 73 sq. ft. Penthouse Suite includes Butler Service

Penthouse Suite (C)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9
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Cabin 912
The room was in perfect shape, and always kept spotless. We chose it because it has a shower (great!) instead of a bathtub, and because it has a sectional instead of a foldout couch. Its location is excellent; close to the forward elevator, but not too close.
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Cabin 909
Regent class! Dakota0307

Cabin lovely and well maintained.

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Cabin 908
Good location. Spacious rooms and all suitcases fit under our bed. Walk in closet and bathroom are great, Balcony is great. Wish there was an outlet near the bed for CPAP Machine
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Cabin 836
Penthouse suites are not a great bargain. You gain only a few extra feet and a butler, which is not needed because your cabin steward does pretty much the same thing.
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Cabin 905
Suite 905 is in a wonderful location. Very quiet!
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Lovely, lovely cabin. Quiet, roomy, beautiful.
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Cabin 908
908, category C, Penthouse. Excellent. Large with nice walk-in closet. We wanted shower only instead of shower/tub combo, but it was not available if it exists on the boat. Air Conditioner just barely held comfort level in the tropical areas.
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Cabin 836
Our Penthouse Suite
As much as I've cruised over the years, this was the first time I had the pleasure of staying in a Penthouse Suite on a ship. I was thrilled to treat my wife to the luxuries of a Penthouse Suite, and we certainly enjoyed every moment. We were in Suite number 836 on Deck Eight midship. This suite was 376 square feet, and the balcony was a huge 73 square feet, that's a total of 449 square feet of luxurious accommodations. The Seven Seas Mariner was the first ship to be constructed with all suites with balconies, so there are no interior staterooms or suites with just a window. Our suite had a walk-in closet and a fancy bathroom with a tub and marble counter. I was able to peek in the suite next to ours, which has a bathroom that was renovated during the recent 20 million refit in January of 2009. Apparently not all the bathrooms received the refit, which included a walk-in shower as opposed to a tub and shower like we had. We had nothing to complain about, however, with our spacious bathroom. I'm sure my wife felt like a queen for the week in our suite, because she had her own vanity for fixing her makeup. The king-size bed had wonderfully soft cotton sheets and we had a choice of feather or cotton-stuffed pillows. I think one of the best features of our suite was the floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the sea, perfect for an Alaskan itinerary with so much to see. There was a decent television in the room connected to your online account so you always know what you're spending onboard, and they have free movies to watch. With a DVD player connected to your TV, you can also check out DVD's from the library, which is a great service. Our suite also had a nice desk for writing letters. I used the desk of course to put my laptop so I could go online and write on my blog and keep up with my emails. With YFi throughout the ship, it makes it easy to stay connected to your friends and family or business online. We also had personalized stationary that said, "From the Penthouse Suite of Mr. and Mrs. Vaudrin, aboard the Seven Seas Mariner". Our suite also had a complimentary box of fine chocolates, and a bottle of Champaign. Each day at around 4pm a waiter would deliver a tray of giant shrimp cocktail to the living room area of our suite. Our stewardess was wonderful because she was so friendly and made us feel at home in our Penthouse suite. There are much more expansive suites aboard the Seven Seas Mariner, however, what we had was just right. Category B suites and above even have butler service, which I think would be very interesting, because they unpack your luggage and pack your things the night before. The butler acts as your own personal concierge and takes care of dinner reservations and shore excursions or perhaps you want a private car to take you to a fine restaurant in one of the ports.

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Cabin 802
Over Hyped
Great room. Super comfy beds. Probably best I have ever slept in. Great walk in closet and bath just below Silverseas. Balcony a bit on the small size
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