New 2018 Guide

New 2018 Guide

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The lounge in the Royal Suite

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The $2,000 Swarovski crystal chandelier

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A comfortable King Size bed in the Royal Suite

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A private jacuzzi overlooking a private deck

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The luxurious bathroom complete with a spa and enormous shower

You can’t get better than this.

The revamped Royal Suite on the new look Voyager of the Seas, soon to be based in Sydney, usually costs about $20,000 a cruise.

There’s a personal butler, of course. And a baby grand piano in the lobby of the 110 sq metre suite.

It has two Swarovski side-lights by the marble-topped mini bar in the sitting room. The lights cost $2000 each.

There’s a separate bedroom with a round king-sized bed leading to a balcony with an outside jacuzzi. The living room has a queen-sized sofa bed.

It can sleep between two and four guests.

And you are treated like royalty with priority check-in, reserved VIP seats in the main theatre, restaurants, tender service and pool deck.

And if you don’t feel like mixing with the hoi polloi, you can always order room service and be waited on hand and foot.

Now where’s that lottery ticket!

 

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