The Seven Seas Mariner was the first all-suite, all-balcony luxury cruise ship when it was launched in 2001. Every cabin is spacious, and even the lowest category (deluxe category d through h) cabins compare favorably with suites on other cruise lines. The deluxe category suites measure 252 square feet with an addition 51 square foot balcony. In addition to private balconies, all suites feature European king-size beds convertible to twins, luxury European linens and feather-down duvets, a separate sitting area and marble-appointed bathroom with full bathtub and shower. There is a walk-in closet with safe; luxury European robes and cotton slippers, hair dryer; Regent Interactive flat screen TV with large media selection, and refrigerator replenished daily with soft drinks, beer and bottled water.
This photo gallery shows some of the different categories of cabins on the Seven Seas Mariner.