There’s taking a cruise, and then there’s taking a cruise. If you really want the ultimate luxury experience aboard a cruise ship, then you’re going to need to be willing to spend. And, if you’re going to spend on anything on a cruise ship, then you’d better be spending your hard-earned scratch on your accommodations – namely a really tricked-out suite.
But, just because cruise ships promise suites, that doesn’t mean you’ll be living the sweet life – not all suites are created equally! With that in mind, we though we’d share the top 10 best cruise ship suites that money can by. As you’ll see on this list, the prices can vary a lot, ranging from several hundred dollars a night all the way up to several thousands. Regardless of price, though, one thing is true of each entrant on this list; they’re the best. Hands down.
So, come take a look at the top 10 cruise ship suites on the oceans today, and see if one of these might be able to host your next vacation. (Also, keep in mind that the prices reflected are on average, they could run higher or lower depending upon the travel time and ports of call.)
1. Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah ($710 per night)
A cruise aboard a Disney ship can be stressful, which is why you might think of booking one of these exceptional suites, available aboard the Magic and the Wonder.
There’s plenty that will appeal to your adult sensibilities, all while your kids will appreciate the variety of Disney character touches placed throughout.
2. Penthouse Suite ($1,100 per night)
When you’re aboard on Celebrity’s Solstice-class ships, you’ll have the opportunity to book one of their Penthouse Suites.
There’s a lot to love about these suites, from the grand piano in the common space to the spa-style bathrooms.
3. Owner’s Suite on Oceania Cruises ($1,700 per night)
When you’re talking Oceania’s Owner’s Suites, you’ve got to be talking about the ones aboard the Marina and the Riviera.
Like the Penthouse suites you just saw, the grand piano is standard. Even better, though, you get views facing aft – allowing you to watch the wake in the sunset (or sunrise).
4. Royal Loft Suite ($1,124 per night)
When you’re on an Oasis-class Royal Caribbean Ship, there’s no finer suite that money can by than the Royal Loft Suites.
Just look at these! They’re not like something you’d see on a cruise ship. Instead, they look like something you’d see in a ritzy Vegas hotel.