Regent Seven Seas is a fabulous quality all-inclusive, luxury smaller ship cruise line with a total of 6 all-suite ships with the capacity for 496 to 746 passengers. Their latest addition is the lovely Grandeur that Rene and I were fortunate enough to be able to experience recently.
Rene and I traveled multiple times with Regent in the past but had not sailed with them for over 13 years! We loved this latest opportunity and certainly were not disappointed. We sailed roundtrip from Miami on a 2-night ‘cruise to nowhere’ so that we could enjoy all the best that this beautiful ship has to offer. It was their official Miami Inaugural Preview Sailing that we were fortunate to be a part of.
This new ship is aptly named as the Grandeur since the meaning of this word is described in Webster’s as “the quality or state of being grand: magnificence” and it truly is that and more! The entire ship exudes elegance and beauty with the décor. The photo above is of the entrance to their main dining area called “Compass Rose” and it truly is stunning. Their menu is amazing with an incredible variety of impeccable culinary options and their wine is also excellent. The food is absolutely exquisite and for someone with an allergy to gluten as I have, they did an extraordinarily great job, thankfully.
Grandeur's Compass Rose Dining Room
They have 5 other dining options including their fabulous steakhouse option, Prime 7; their classic French fare, Chartreuse; their Pan Asian specialty option, Pacific Rim; and their more casual options including al fresco dining at La Veranda and the Pool Grill. Of course, there’s always in-suite dining available too and everything is at no additional charge so that you never have to feel nickel and dimed, even with the specialty dining restaurants.
Grandeur's Prime 7 Restaurant
Grandeur Chartreuse Restaurant
Grandeur Pacific Rim Restaurant
Grandeur La Veranda Restaurant
They also have beautiful bar areas including my personal favorite on Deck 11 at the bow of the ship, the Observation Lounge. The Meridian and Grandeur are also lovely, while they also have the Pool Bar, Coffee Connection and Connoisseur Club available as well. All beverages are included as well including top shelf brands of liquor and specialty mixed drinks. They have an amazing selection of premium wines available by the glass including champagne.
Grandeur's Observation Lounge
After all the inclusive culinary experiences, there’s no shortage of other activities to keep you occupied during your time on board this lovely ship including their absolutely incredible Serene Spa and Wellness area on deck 5 that includes multiple treatment rooms, saunas, jacuzzis, beauty salon, massages, and so much more.
Grandeur's Serene Spa & Wellness Area
They also have a huge, extremely well-equipped state-of-the-art Fitness Center with beautiful views on deck 6 at the aft of the ship. From spinning bikes to Technogym Strength Machines, treadmills, step benches, workout mats, Pilates, yoga and aerobics classes and so much more.
Grandeur Fitness Center - just one section
Outdoor activities include a pickleball court, putting green, corn hole toss, shuffleboard, golf simulator, and jogging track along with an outdoor pool area with 2 spas.
Grandeur Pickleball Court & Putting Green Section
Grandeur Golf Simulator
Grandeur Outdoor Pool Area & Spas
They also have a casino, a beautiful library, a theater for the entertainment each evening and a wonderful special space for those cooking enthusiasts where they offer hands-on cooking classes in their world class Culinary Arts Kitchen. They also have amazing shopping opportunities with their boutiques on board the ship with duty free shopping options.
Grandeur Library - One Section
Grandeur Library - Another Section
Grandeur's Constellation Theater
Grandeur Culinary Arts Center
I almost neglected to mention the suites on board the Grandeur. We were able to visit 5 different suites onboard including the Deluxe Veranda Suite, Superior Suite, Concierge Suite, Penthouse Suite, and the Regent Suite. They were all very spacious and comfortable, the majority with double sinks, all with walk-in closets, good-sized balconies and sitting areas and the Regent Suite was jaw-droppingly stunning with a wraparound balcony forward with 4,443 square feet of space.
Grandeur Superior Suite - still 7 categories above this and just 2 below! (Stunning!)
Grandeur Superior Suite Bathroom - Love the double sinks and spaciousness
Grandeur Superior Suite - Walk-in Closet (another great feature)
Grandeur Smaller Veranda Balcony - Still Very Spacious
All in all, this ship is absolutely gorgeous and the epitome of elegance in a very classy, classic way that definitely impressed us. Their Customer Service was also exemplary with staff who cared very much for our well-being while on board. I have every confidence to continue selling this luxury cruise option to my clients and recommended to you if you’ve not ever experienced Regent Seven Seas and their beautiful new Grandeur ship, in particular.