Concierge cabin. Same as the deluxe, just a few additions., such as early booking options for excursions, bottle of champagne on boarding etc. Excellent cabin size and fittings with the walk in wardrobe just fantastic. The whole 'suite' was the best we have experienced after traveling on many other cruise lines. Expensive against other cruise lines, but well worth it. Read entire member review >>
Excellent. Lots of room and facilities were all good. A few minor issues needed tending too during the cruise and they were all completed promptly. Cabin steward was excellent. Sitting on the balcony watching dolphins or flying fish was very pleasant Read entire member review >>
The cabins were quite nice, large enough, and we enjoyed hanging out on the balcony. We also made the most of our little Ily coffee maker and the bottle of Bailey's Irish Cream that they provided for our cabin. Storage was great in the cabins, closets and bathrooms. Even though we had fairly high seas (enough that they canceled our Shetland Islands port stop), we never felt more than light movement in our cabin. Read entire member review >>
Note: Regent calls cabin 938 a Concierge Suite. Overall the cabin was large and spacious. The sound proofing was poor. I could hear people passing by the door and in cabins around me. The room was in need of maintenance, especially the sliding glass veranda door.
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Regent Voyager Cruise Ship Category D Concierge Suite - July 16
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The cabins are roomy, beautifully appointed and well laid out. From the wall to wall marble in the bathroom to the bedroom that can be closed off from the living room the design is perfect for everyone's comfort. The walk in closet is large enough to dress in and store all the baggage and clothing and then some. The balcony is roomy enough and a welcomed venue for enjoying the sea breezes and ever changing scenery. Read entire member review >>
I was greatly impressed with the size of the cabin. It was almost as big as my condo before I was married. The bathroom was beautiful with both a tub and large shower. The counter space was large to share. We had a king sized bed with extra beds and plenty of blankets. The tv was loaded with movie options and served as one source of daily excursion and activity information. There was a large couch with table that doubled as your room service dinner table and the closet...oh the closet!!! Every woman's dream! Read entire member review >>
Good cabin space and layout. Walk-in closet was a very nice feature. Bathroom is nicely appointed. Among the nicest cabins we have had. If there had been more days at sea, we would have been perfectly content to spend time in the cabin reading, etc. Read entire member review >>
Large walk in shower cubicle, plus bath tub and large basin area, marble clad, very spacious. King sized bed, Frette linens, very spacious, dressing table area, desk, settee, two armchairs. Large walk-in cupboard with plenty of hanging space. Very accessible to all parts of ship without waiting for elevator. Very quiet and cosy. Read entire member review >>
Excellent location, conveniently located to the stairs and one deck up to the pool. There was no vibration or noise to speak of. The balcony was fabulous and we slept with the balcony door open a couple of nights lulled to sleep with the lapping waves and sea breeze. Read entire member review >>
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