All suites on the Seven Seas Voyager have a sitting area with a sofa, two chairs, and a small table. The table has a table top that converts it to a dining table for in-suite dining. In addition, each suite has a huge walk-in closet with a safe, a marble bath with a full size tub and separate shower, a small refrigerator with soft drinks and beer, and a king-sized bed (or 2 twin beds). Those seeking in-suite entertainment have a TV and a CD/DVD player to choose from. The TV has a news channel, a few movie channels, a cruise cam from the bridge, and a navigational channel. The library has a selection of hundreds of movie DVDs to watch in your suite at no charge. The balcony has two cushioned chairs and a small table, perfect for relaxing with your coffee in the morning and a drink at night. Robes are provided to use while on board, so there's no need to pack one. The suite also has a lighted vanity table and a hair dryer. The only improvement I'd like to see is a magnifying mirror for those of us who don't see well enough to put on our makeup without one.
The best way to get a view of the suites on the Seven Seas Voyager is to look at some pictures.
- Deluxe Suite - 4 photos
- Wheelchair Accessible Suite - 2 pictures of wheelchair accessible bathroom
- Penthouse Suite - 4 photos
- More Penthouse Suite Photos - #868 - 10 photos of our cabin on the Seven Seas Voyager
- Seven Seas Suite - 6 pictures
- Voyager Suite - 9 photos
- Grand Suite - 6 pictures
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