The Seven Seas Navigatorfrom Regent Seven Seas has emerged from a two-week refurbishment with a number of new enhancements guests will find onboard.
She is now sailing on an 11-night London to Dublin voyage, where guests onboard will be the first to see the updated restaurants, public areas, spa and guest suites.
The ship was last refurbished in 2016 and it’s is part of a $214 (USD$150) million revitalisation project.
Here are some of the things that you’ll see on the refreshed Seven Seas Navigator:
Prime 7, a Contemporary American steakhouse has been refurbished with new décor. She will have dark blue walls accented with gold, light leather chairs and rich wood finishes provide a refined and elegant backdrop for prime steaks and seafood. And in true style of the company’s CEO, Frank Del Rio, the restaurant will also feature large artwork, marble sculptures and intricately patterned floors.
The Stars Lounge has new carpet, furniture as well as new wall coverings in dusty rose and champagne tones. In the Atrium, the staircases have a new contemporary design and the area boasts new Italian marble floor in the elevators. There is also new carpet, wall coverings and artwork in the guest corridors.
The entrance of the spa features pebble-stone tiles and treatment rooms have been updated as well. The relaxation area is now decorated in light tones, making it a soothing retreat before or after your treatments. The beauty salon has been enlarged and now features a dedicated pedicure and manicure area. There are also stations for hair treatments and make-up round out the array of services available in the top deck spa.
The in-suite closets now have more chests and drawers for additional storage space for guests on longer voyages. There is also new carpeting, fresh upholstery and the private balconies also have new finished teak wood.
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