Seven Seas Navigator Penthouse Suite SB

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Size: 301 sq. ft.; Balcony: 55 sq. ft.

Occupancy: 2 guests standard - some sleep 3

Amenities: European king-size Suite Slumber bed convertible to two twin-size beds private balcony marble bathroom with bathtub and shower sitting area and walk-in closet with safe. Suite amenities also include luxurious linens feather-down duvets Hermes and L'Occitane amenities vanity & hair dryer plush bathrobe and slippers interactive flat-screen TV & direct-dial satellite phone personal butler service daily canapes iPhone docking station complimentary use of iPad and iPod and personalized mini-bar set-up. Additional amenities include free r/t air/ for domestic (U.S.) ports/business-class air on European voyages/transfers between airport and ship* one-night pre-cruise luxury hotel package including free ground transfers breakfast and porterage; free wiFi of 200 to 500 minutes depending on voyage selected and length of the voyage priority online shore excursion and dining reservations complimentary welcome bottle of champagne; binoculars illy Espresso maker cashmere blanket for use while onboard and more.*Select departure cities/select voyages.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

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Fantastic month on the water by jimbob44f

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Seven Seas Navigator / Destination: Panama Canal, Central America

We booked a Penthouse Suite for the three of us, myself, my wife and my sister in law, we were told there were only 8 cabins set up for additional passengers, each containing a pull out bed. The cabin itself, especially for two people was magnificent. It had a very large bathroom, lots of shelves, drawers, a nice marble sink a shower and a tub. beautiful except for the crummy lighting. This Suite had a small walk in closet with plenty of shelves, drawers and rails to hang clothes on. We had to ask for extra hangers as the room was set up for two, not three passengers. The bedroom was an adequate size with a very nice size couch hide-a-bed and marble table. The room had a nice refrigerator and lots of glassware. We had to get the staff to bring all the glassware to accommodate our third person. The pull out bed mattress was thin and not comfortable. We got the room steward to bring a full thickness single bed mattress in each evening and remove it each morning. After 29 days that really got to be a pain in the behind, however our third person had a comfortable bed. The room, although advertised adequate for three, was really NOT adequate for three, as there was no drawers for the third person, no reading light, and when the bed was made up you could not access either the refrigerator, the light switches or the balcony. This is why I would never put a third person in the room. its not designed for a third person and its not comfortable for three people once the bed is made up. IF we were only a couple in the room, it would have been glorious.

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