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Seven Seas Mariner Review

4.5 / 5.0
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364 reviews
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Review for Seven Seas Mariner to the Mediterranean
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2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Sep 2014
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

As some had mentioned, prior negative reviews had us feeling uneasy about our choice, but once on board we were blown away... This was our first time with Regent and our 2nd cruise. We were the youngest couple on board, but it did not matter. The level of people that Regent attracts are some the best and friendliest I've ever met. The food was 4-5star all around, we really enjoyed Compass Rose and Sette Mari, the premium dining was over the top. Pool grill was great during the day, however when you get back from an excursion they are packing everything up. We feel they could extend pool-grill hours. There is this awkward time in the afternoon before dinner when you cant get a decent snack or meal unless you are in your room and order room service. Embarkation was a breeze, as were the shore excursions. Perfectly executed and organized. Entertainment was cheesey at best, but we got a laugh out of it, I can see that the older crowd liked it. loved the camaraderie of the connoisseur club, enjoyed a cigar their almost every night. Our room was stocked with a french bottle of champagne every day and our mini bar was kept stocked to our liking daily as well. AND IT'S ALL INCLUDED ;) 5 star!

Cabin Review

Deluxe Suite

Cabin D

The room was a great size, very comfortable, good size verandah. My wife loved the walk in closet (it was nice to fully unpack and hang everything in the closet) She also loved her vanity. Well appointed marble bathroom, with a big shower and choice of hermes or L'occitane products was nice touch as well... Our steward kept the room in amazing shape.

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