All of the cabins on the Seven Seas Voyager
have verandas. The category B penthouse suites are especially nice since the cabins have a separate window over the large vanity desk and sleeping area, along with a veranda off the sitting area. The cabin is laid out horizontal rather than vertical, providing more light and access to the outside. These cabins are not much larger than the deluxe suites (370 sq. feet versus 356 sq. feet), but seem so because of the configuration.
All cabins on the Seven Seas Voyager have large marble baths with separate shower, walk-in closet, European duvets, bathrobes, stocked refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, television/DVD player, and deluxe bath amenities. Many of the suites have butler service.
The photos below are a tour of suite #868.
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