Nice up to date cabin, but very noisy. Its clear that many people must have found this problem judging by the numerous wedges of paper jammed between the partition and ceiling tiles to try and stop them from vibrating. I would have thought Regent would and should solve this problem. If I were to travel on this ship again I would have a forward cabin as information on the web seems to indicate that the problem is restricted to the aft. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is large with a walk-in closet and safe.
It is clean and well maintained. the bathroom have a tub and separate shower.
There are adequate 110 Volt US outlets in the cabin. As most of the electronics are capable of being used with 110Volt or 220 volt outlets, I brought along a number of adapters plus a power strip. This gave me more then enough outlets for all of the electronics that needed to be plugged in.
The veranda is comfortable for two people to sit. Although the weather was cold, I still made use of the veranda while at sea and in port.
The cabin staff was very responsive to requests. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was quite large with a large walk-in closet and a marble bath with both a tub and a separate shower. The decor was dated and a bit worn. The beds were comfortable and we enjoyed having a stocked, complimentary mini bar.
The rather small balcony had two nice chairs that reclined and had pads. The table was too small to be of much use, however. We prefer the larger tables on Crystal and Azamara that can actually be used for dining.
One feature that we did really like was the table top that is stored in the closet and can be fitted to the coffee table. We like breakfast in the cabin and it was nice to have the table set for us each morning and to not have to juggle plates! (BTW, the quality of the food at breakfast was uneven. They just couldn't get poached eggs right. One would be hard boiled and the other runny and undercooked. Celebrity gets it right every time!) Read entire member review >>
Awkward around the vanity desk and a dearth of power points. The hairdryer could not be plugged in anywhere near a mirror(!?), though it blew up and its replacement was better.
Otherwise it was very spacious and comfortable with plenty of wardrobe space. Read entire member review >>
Small, in comparison with other ships of it's category. The suite was the same size as a veranda room elsewhere.
Butler did not unpack, brought exactly 4 canapes daily. The only difference between this room and a Veranda room is that we had three people clean the room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 800 is the worst cabin on the Regent Voyager (Cabin 801 starboard side is equally bad). Not only does it have an obstructed view (1/3 obstruction by a huge steel hull) but it is directly under one of the ships main A/C ventilation, exhaust units that is loud and rattles the room. We had maintenance working on it continuously and even a work order for carpenters were in our room for hours while we were on a shore excursion. The Cruise Line does NOT tell the Travel Agents about these two rooms and uses them in my opinion as decoys for "upgrades" from lower floor (6 & 7) to 8th where the view obstruction occurs. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was beautiful - very spacious and well-appointed, with nice verandah. Big walk-in closet with plenty of storage and large, marble bathroom with separate tub and shower. Very comfortable for a long cruise. Read entire member review >>
If there's one thing that works on Regent is that pretty much any standard cabin is great. Ours was no exception and we found the location mid-ship on deck seven to be perfect. The only thing that seemed to work too well was the air conditioning. At no time could anyone say it was too hot. However the dryness was terrible for getting colds etc. and astonishing when travelling through some of the most humid parts of the world! Thank goodness we had an outdoor veranda to re-hydrate! Read entire member review >>
We paid for an H guarantee and got assigned this F cabin a few days before sailing. Although there is an entrance to a crew area (used by butlers and room service) right by the door, there wasn't much noise from crew activity. Some noise from the WC in 867.In some sea conditions, the cabin ceiling and wall panels emitted a high pitched chirp or squeal that made sleep difficult for at least one of us. Read entire member review >>
We love the suites on Voyager. They are such a wonderful size. I like my privacy so spend a lot of time in my cabin or on my verandah when on-board so having this size cabin at even the lowest priced category is great. The cabin is forward of the front elevators and Is quiet as there is not a lot of traffic going by. It is not so close to the front that the front view is too restricted. Probably in the future if available would move a suite or 2 back from the front to get an even better angle when looking forward but wouldn't hesitate to take this suite again. Our cabin staff kept the cabin clean and tidy. As all cabins on Voyager there is plenty of room. Read entire member review >>
Very comfortable and relatively spacious. A walk in closet, large bathroom with shower and bath, and a king size bed added to our overall comfort. I would not book a suite in the stern as the vibration in our suite - 784 was unacceptable and we had to request a change of cabin. Read entire member review >>
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