Seven Seas Mariner Review

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Seven Seas Mariner, Venice to Monte Carlo

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Seven Seas Mariner
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2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Aug 2012
Cabin: Mariner Suite

I would like to be one to praise Seven Seas Regent on the service and effort that they provided on our cruise from Venice to Monte Carlo departing on August 27, 2012.

It seems that so many posts that I read are focused on the negative. If you have never sailed on Regent I urge you to keep an open mind. My husband and I were very impressed with the service, and dining on our recent cruise.

We booked a Mariner suite with a butler. Our butler Reynaldo was just wonderful. He was a true professional in every way. We found that all personnel on board, from cleaning staff to Cruise Director were well trained, and pleasant. When we encountered them, they stopped what ever they were doing to look us in the eye, smile and say good-morning or good-afternoon in an honest way.

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Mariner Suite

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We loved our Mariner Suite #8104. It was situated aft of the ship with a spacious 200 sq. feet of out side deck. There is a separate sleeping area that can be separated by curtains. The bedroom has a flat screen TV. and a make up vanity. The walk in closet was spacious and had many more hangers then we needed. It also has a wall safe. The living room has a sofa and easy chair. A wall contains built in cabinets with glass doors and houses the large flat screen TV. There is also a separate desk and chair. The bath room in this suite has a marble shower, no tub and more than adequate space. The amenities were Hermes, and L'Occitane which were replenished as used.

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