Inside The Most Luxurious Cruise Ship Suites in the World

Inside The Most Luxurious Cruise Ship Suites in the World


Some of the most elegant suites at sea are the two Moderne-style Grand Duplexes on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2, dubbed Balmoral and Sandringham. Spanning two decks and measuring 2,249 square feet, the Queen Mary 2’s Grand Duplexes each have a spacious living room and dining area on the ground floor and a large master bedroom on the second floor. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls overlook the stern of the ship. Each of Queen Mary 2’s Grand Duplexes can be combined with four other adjacent suites to create a giant complex measuring more than 9,000 square feet — several times larger than the typical U.S. home. The Grand Duplexes’ master bedrooms are reached via dramatic, curving staircases. Like the rest of the suites, the bedrooms combine Beidermeier and Deco elements with the incorporation of dark woods, frosted glass and a light, creamy color palette. The Grand Duplexes on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 come with around-the-clock butler service, and the butlers are available to arrange private parties. Butlers for the Grand Duplexes on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 are available to arrange private parties, among other functions. Also offering two-deck-high suites on several ships including the recently unveiled Quantum of the Seas (shown here) is Royal Caribbean. Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Quantum of the Seas, features some of the most elaborate suites at sea, including the two-deck-high, 1,640 square foot Royal Loft Suite. Sleeping up to six, the Royal Loft Suite offers a panoramic view over the back of the ship from a two-deck-high living and dining room level. The space has a dry bar and sofa that converts into a double bed. The Royal Loft Suite has an expansive, 415 square foot private balcony with a private whirlpool that overlook the back of the ship. The first floor of the Royal Loft Suite also features a separate media room with a sofa that converts into a queen bed. Adjacent to the media room in the Royal Loft Suite is a full bathroom with shower. The sink area of the downstair bathroom in the Royal Loft Suite. The shower in the downstairs bathroom in the Royal Loft Suite has a window overlooking the sea. A stairway leads from the first floor of the Royal Loft Suite to the main bedroom on the second floor. The main bedroom of the Royal Loft Suite, on the second floor, overlooks the main floor. The main bedroom of a Royal Loft Suite. The view from the second floor bedroom of a Royal Loft Suite across the main floor to the sea. The master bathroom of the Royal Loft Suite curves behind the main bedroom area and includes a large bathtub. The master bathroom in Royal Loft Suites have two sinks — one on each side of the bathtub. The master bathroom of the Royal Loft Suite also has a walk-in shower. In an unusual twist, the shower in the master bathroom of the Royal Loft Suite opens onto a private, 109 square foot balcony overlooking the side of the ship. Just off the main bedroom in the Royal Loft Suite is a giant walk-in closet. A personal safe is located in one of the closets next to the main bedroom in the Royal Loft Suite. The walk-in closet area next to the main bedroom of the Royal Loft Suite also has a desk area. A miniature bar is located below near the desk area of Royal Loft Suite. One of the most-discussed new suites of recent years has been the Reflection Suite on Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Reflection, the fifth and final ship in the line’s Solstice Class series. The ship made her North American debut on Dec. 1, 2012 with a sailing out of Miami. The Celebrity Reflection has the brand’s first two-bedroom suite called the Reflection Suite. The spacious Reflection Suite features bump-out windows for maximum views. The highlight of the Reflection Suite is a sea-view bathroom with a rain shower that juts out over the edge of the ship. The bathtub found in the main bathroom of the Reflection Suite. This is the Reflection Suite bar. The Celebrity Reflection’s Reflection Suite has comfortable seating in a living room with panoramic views of the sea. The Celebrity Reflection also is home to five large Signature Suites — another new category for the line. In the running for most spectacular suite at sea are the Owner’s Suites on Oceania Cruises’ Marina and Riviera. A bedroom in one of Oceania’s Owner’s Suites, which feature a mahogany Bel Air bed upholstered in steel-blue mohair and walls covered in Austyn cashmere. All of the rooms in the suites were decorated using Ralph Lauren furnishings by designer Susan Bednar Long. The marble-clad master bathroom in one of Oceania Marina’s three Owner’s Suites continues the dark wood and luxurious design by Ralph Lauren. Owner’s Suites feature large wrap-around balconies overlooking the back of the vessel that include an outdoor hot tub with a flat-screen TV. Passengers in top suites on Oceania’s Riviera and Marina have access to the Executive Lounge, which is staffed with a concierge. Oceania’s Riviera also is home to eight large Vista Suites created by noted designer Dakota Jackson. Ranging in size from 1,200 to 1,500 square feet, they all are located at the front of the ship and offer sweeping views over the bow And this is the master bathroom of a Vista Suite. Vista Suites include a large living room separated from the bedroom. Each of the Riviera’s eight Vista Suites also include a personal workout room. Each Vista Suite on the Riviera has a large balcony overlooking the front of the ship. The largest suites at sea are the giant Garden Villas located on the Norwegian Gem (pictured here) and sister ships Norwegian Pearl, Norwegian Jewel, Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Star and Norwegian Jade. At around 4,200 square feet, the Norwegian Gem’s Garden Villas feature large living rooms overlooking the ship’s top deck as well as three bedrooms and a roof terrace and private garden with open-air dining area. The master bedroom of a Garden Villa on the Norwegian Gem features a king-size bed facing panoramic windows overlooking the sea. Attached to the master bedroom of Garden Villas on the Norwegian Gem are large master bathrooms with separate shower and bathtub. The two guest rooms attached to Garden Villa on the Norwegian Gem each have their own bathrooms and come with gourmet coffee makers. Passengers staying in Garden Villas on Norwegian ships have access to private Courtyard areas that have a pool, hot tub, gym equipment, steam room and top-of-the ship sundeck. The two guest rooms attached to Garden Villa on the Norwegian Gem each have their own bathrooms and come with gourmet coffee makers. Luxury line Silversea also has gone big with suites in recent years. Its latest ship, the Silver Spirit, features some of the most sprawling and expensive accommodations at sea. Among six accommodation tiers on the Silver Spirit are its two, 1,292 square foot Owners Suites. Here, the living room of the starboard Owners Suite. Owners Suites also have a dining nook with a table that seats six along with a separate bar. Owners Suite bedrooms can be configured with twin beds or a queen-sized bed. A second bedroom, bathroom, balcony and sitting area are also available when combined with neighboring Veranda Suite for a grand total of 1,668 square feet of space. The queen-sized bed in the Owner’s Suite is outfitted with plush Pratesi sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers. Marbled master baths in the Owners Suites feature a whirlpool tub, twin sinks, commode area with toilet and bidet and a separate rainforest shower. Owners Suite walk-in closets, like those in all categories, are furnished with wooden and padded coat hangers, plush Egyptian cotton bathrobes, slippers and a personal safe. Owners Suite balconies are lined in teak and measure 190 square feet. In addition to its two Owner’s Suites, the Silver Spirit features four Grand and two Royal Suites. The accommodations are essentially the same, except Grand Suites have a wrap-around balcony versus a side balcony on Royal Suites. Here, a living room of a Royal Suite, which features a dining nook and a sofa that converts to an additional bed. In addition to large walk-in closets, Grand and Royal Suites have a dressing area with vanity and additional storage space. Here is the balcony in a Royal Suite. Grand and Royal Suites can also be adjoined with neighboring Veranda Suites. Another luxury line that has been building out bigger suites is Seabourn. Unveiled in 2011, the 32,000 ton Seabourn Quest features several luxurious suites. The Signature Suites, both located on Deck 7, measure 907 square feet, not including balcony, and offer a sprawling living room with separate dining and seating areas. The second bedroom in the Signature Suites contains two twin beds that can be converted to a queen, as shown here. This is the bathroom of a Signature Suite. One difference with the Signature Suites as compared to smaller suites on the ship is the presence of Whirlpool tubs in bathrooms. Signature Suites have two separate walk-in closets for clothing storage. Here, a view of one of the closets. The Seabourn Quest also boasts five large Owner’s Suites that measure 611 to 675 square feet. They feature a large sitting area with a built-in bar that is separate from the bedroom. Another view of the sitting area in an Owner’s Suite on the Seabourn Quest. The bedroom of Seabourn Quest Owner’s Suite, in this case configured with two twin beds (which can be pushed together to form a queen). An Owner’s Suite bathroom. The tub in an Owner’s Suite. Owner’s Suites on Seabourn Quest also have a second, smaller bathroom for visitors that is located adjacent to the sitting and bar area. An Owner’s Suite closet. All of the Owner’s Suites are located overlooking the ship’s bow and feature large wrap-around deck areas that measure up to 387 square feet. Another view of the wrap-around deck area of an Owner’s Suite. This particular cabin is Suite 800, on Deck 8. Another luxury ship with giant suites is Crystal Cruises’ 1,070 passenger Crystal Serenity. The Serenity Penthouses on the Crystal Serenity are 1,345 square feet and feature large bedrooms as well as a living room and dining area. The bedroom’s queen-size bed is topped with Frette linens and comes with a pillow menu. The spacious master bathrooms in Crystal Penthouses offer showers as well as a large Jacuzzi bathtub overlooking the sea. The living room of a Crystal Penthouse. A nearby guest bathroom features a Swarovski crystal sink. Crystal Penthouses also include a library area and sliding glass doors that open up onto large private balconies. Crystal Penthouses come with around-the-clock butler service, and the suites have a butler’s pantry with separate entrance. Other complimentary amenities include welcome champagne and a fully stocked in-room bar, shoeshine service, dry cleaning and laundry services, and unlimited Internet. The separate dining area of Crystal Penthouses can seat six people. Passengers in suites can order room service from the ship’s top specialty restaurants, including the ship’s branch of sushi eatery Nobu. A complimentary afternoon tea service and hors d’oeuvre service also is offered. Crystal Penthouses come with around-the-clock butler service, and the suites have a butler’s pantry with separate entrance. Other complimentary amenities include welcome champagne and a fully-stocked in-room bar, shoeshine service, dry cleaning and laundry services, and unlimited Internet. Some of the largest suites at sea are located on Disney Cruise Line’s two new ships, the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy (shown here). Located near the top of the Disney Fantasy on Deck 12, the Roy O. Disney Suite looks out over the vessel’s bow. It’s one of two signature Royal Suites on the ship. Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Fantasy features the Roy O. Disney Suite, which measures 1,781 square feet and sleeps five. Designed to evoke the Art Deco glamour of the 1920s and 1930s, the Roy O. Disney Suite includes a dining area that seats eight people. The Roy O. Disney Suite on the Disney Fantasy offers sweeping ocean views through floor-to-ceiling windows lining the main living quarters. The luxurious master bedroom in the Roy O. Disney Suite includes sweeping ocean views and ensures comfort with superior amenities including deluxe Frette bed linens, fluffy Frette feather duvets and a selection of hypo-allergenic goose down and therapeutic memory foam pillows. The master bedroom of the Roy O. Disney Suite has a walk-in closet. The Roy O. Disney Suite has two bathrooms designed with granite and marble finishes. The master bathroom features a whirlpool bathtub, a rain shower, double sinks and a television built seamlessly into the mirror. The Roy O. Disney Suite’s large teakwood balcony features a whirlpool hot tub.

97 Comments

  • Katherine Gaughan

    May 15, 2016

    This video could have been a deciding factor on my final decision for our destination wedding as I am still on the fence about spending $28,000 or more for a 10-14 days luxury cruise – my first, for the most important, exciting event of my life. We are seriously leaning towards the Quantum of Seas Royal Loft Suite but thanks to the graphics obscuring most of this video over 19 minutes the video is less than useful. Take out the graphics and robotic voice and I would give this video a great rating.

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  • Fathappykitten

    May 16, 2016

    Looks nice =p

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  • SajVlogs

    May 21, 2016

    Wow she is so big and luxurious I don't know what to say about her since she is so big

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  • SajVlogs

    May 21, 2016

    And luxurious

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  • cody44775

    June 1, 2016

    Ben.

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  • Loganne Digma

    June 28, 2016

    Ok people we are only on a boat for a week usually. We aren't living there XD

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  • Aliko Dangote

    June 29, 2016

    This made me rock hard

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  • philip L

    July 13, 2016

    good into but that voice, I had to turn the volume down and read the sub titles…… that computer voice could sink a ship !

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  • John Smith

    September 7, 2016

    Silversea will need to seriously update their interiors – they are very dated and miles behind the competition.

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  • Heinrich Bofinger

    September 11, 2016

    Lose either the speech or the captions. I'd say the captions. The captions interfere with the video, and it frankly seems rather redundant to have both. To me having both makes the entire series of videos unwhatchable.

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  • Shawn Breiland

    September 11, 2016

    voice is creepy

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  • Don Kettle

    September 13, 2016

    I'd much rather hear a human being, even if their delivery wasn't the greatest. Robot readers just sound like robots, let's face it. They have no sense of excitement, the dramatic or anything emotional. And they don't know how to place emphasis or, for that matter, even how to pronounce certain words. Robot text readers are just a cheap shortcut and I, personally, find them insulting and offensive. Sorry.

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  • Mary Pup's Toy Channel

    September 16, 2016

    Meghan hipwell

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  • Robert Bonter

    September 17, 2016

    The banging noise "music" is awful. We don't need it.

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  • roadrunner

    September 17, 2016

    Hi cruise ships info
    .I have some questions regarding the suits in this video
    ?Which hot tub/shower /Jacuzzi tub is the most luxurious
    ?And also ,which room was the best
    Thank you very much

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  • Kim Handley

    September 21, 2016

    I really wanted to watch this but that computer voice hurts my soul.b

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  • bodleladle

    September 26, 2016

    I hate computer voice

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  • Gavin jones

    October 30, 2016

    Please add a human voice to this video as I have had to stop make this comment and leave for other videos. There is no emotion attached to this at all plus the computer generated voice can't even pronounce most of the words or add any excitement which is needed. Sorry this could of been a great advertisement for these cruise ships but ruined by the robotic voice.. Massive thumbs down, sorry..

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  • LinusProsper

    November 8, 2016

    The voice isn´t luxury, but the top point of cheapness

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  • Boom Douglas

    November 10, 2016

    Really interested in this video but unable to watch it because the robotic voice is very annoying.

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  • TheTreeOfficer

    November 13, 2016

    Really- robot voice again…..☹️️☹️️☹️️

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  • Andrew DeMarzio

    November 22, 2016

    It's amazing they were able to get Siri to narrate this video.

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  • Angel Bulldog

    November 30, 2016

    Synthetic voice over is annoying, but the music is bangin'!

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  • scott westall

    December 7, 2016

    You really should bring the fonts way down and make the backgrounds transparent.
    All I can remember from the video is the HUGE subtitles.

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  • g2macs

    January 1, 2017

    Is it The Royal Loft Suite?

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  • Russell Anthony

    January 23, 2017

    I just want to know how to make that robot voice. Is there a software package everyone is using these days?

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  • Booster LogCabin

    February 1, 2017

    The Royal Loft Suite, Royal Loft Suite, Royal Loft Suite, Royal Loft Suite, ….. as far as I can gooooo painfull synthesiser voice commentary ]!

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  • Cuby2k

    February 10, 2017

    So decadent.

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  • john haxby

    February 25, 2017

    The robot voice ruined this video

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  • Cosmic Creepers

    March 19, 2017

    That's sweet, i mean suite? 🙄😂

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  • Dylan Witzke

    March 31, 2017

    Worst voice I have ever heard

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  • Cody Potter

    April 10, 2017

    Horrible voice, makes me not want to stay. Definitely doesn't have a homey feel because of the voice. Delivery of the room with pictures wasn't satisfying either. You would think with the price if there rooms there would be more time and effort put into these videos.

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  • The Greek

    April 13, 2017

    voice is annoying

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  • cortarelva

    April 30, 2017

    Royal Loft Suite Royal Loft Suite Royal Loft Suite Royal Loft Suite Royal Loft Suite Royal Loft Suite Royal Loft Suite… AHHHH I CANT TAKE IT ANYMORE!!!!!!

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  • thiery572

    May 29, 2017

    Hmm.. wow.
    I like this video, but I have to stop in the middle, because I don't want to watch the annoying 30 seconds ads.

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  • Firdaus Hlovate

    May 29, 2017

    MUTE, READ SUBS… FELT 10 TIMES BETTER

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  • lotusjag garage

    May 31, 2017

    I've stayed there twice absolutely amazing but the water broke twice on the sink. please stop the annoying voice I would rather listen to rap and pop music for 12 hours strait than that travisty robot voice

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  • Mishka Bear

    June 9, 2017

    Jgjgjgg gb Guggenheim. No words 😶

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  • Mishka Bear

    June 9, 2017

    But I hate the robot voice

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  • Real Classes

    June 11, 2017

    How stupid you are to give such a big patch containing writing!

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  • carla ifera

    June 23, 2017

    ………the large block of text blocking view of rooms is counter-productive………not here to view texts or listen to a computer voice………so wanted to enjoy seeing design/ambiance of ship decor……..C'est la vie……..:(

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  • Hgghvg Kgyjf

    June 27, 2017

    تعزيز

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  • HarrLable

    July 23, 2017

    Stopped watching because of the robot reader. If you're not up for narrating your own video then dont make one…

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  • Isak Lindgren_

    July 31, 2017

    is thos a robot voice? words most boring voice iv ever herd. this must be a robot?

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  • Dark Knight

    August 17, 2017

    The sound💀💀

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  • Arlene Ortiz

    September 5, 2017

    Cannot stand the robot voice. I turned down the volume, so I could view the video. This is a turn off, as well as losing customers in booking reservations.

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  • bchlovr

    September 6, 2017

    The Norwegian suites are ugly!

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  • Super Typhoon Yutu

    September 7, 2017

    I've actually toured the Garden Villa on the Norwegian Dawn in case you were wondering it's lit

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  • Kakanj Gaming

    September 9, 2017

    Nice Video! Excuse me for butting in, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you tried – Natipaan Cruiser framework (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a smashing one off guide for reveals insider secrets of the cruise industry minus the headache. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my work buddy after many years got astronomical success with it.

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  • Yusuf Khan

    September 26, 2017

    Nice ship

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  • rsr racer 16 lions

    October 1, 2017

    Ate ano bayan pananalita mo naging news reporter kapa eh mukhang traying hard kalang naman sana mapalitan ka sa posisyon mo

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  • Al Anton

    October 1, 2017

    The botvoice is horrible — mispronouncing words and generally mutilating the language. Aside from this I can vouch for Silver Sea — I never had a better "at sea' experience. The food: Fantastic. Service: Second to none. Employees: classy and uncoached! Suites — even the smallest — ultra luxurious and tended by a butler in tails. Lounges: impeccably neat and beyond luxurious! Desserts? : Out of this world! Liquors: the very best, included– no cost — I don't drink, however. The rain shower in the bathroom is fabulous! Having also cruised with Oceania and Royal Caribbean — no comparison! Silver Sea, hands down, the very best.

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  • Niels Petersen

    October 5, 2017

    Impossible to watch, two reasons, Computer voice, second, not a lot to see because of a Giant text filling the picture, and in the bottom the same text, WHY are you a complete idiot.

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  • shallu singh

    October 13, 2017

    suscribe

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  • Josh Josh Spangler

    December 6, 2017

    FFS, get rid of the computer voices! If you're going to the trouble of making this presentation, use a human voice. DISLIKE and off to find a human voiced video.

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  • Jennie Spooner

    December 24, 2017

    as soon as i heard the computer voice i shit it off at 26 seconds …so annoying

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  • Ed Evans

    January 4, 2018

    ditto I stopped watching because the brain dead Compspew voice threw me.

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  • Super Typhoon Yutu

    January 15, 2018

    For all the people complaining about the computer voice:
    It’s really not that bad you are all being very particular I don’t understand why you all hate it so much

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  • TruthOldSchoolStyle

    January 16, 2018

    The Text Covers up the Pictures!

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  • Spaseebo

    February 5, 2018

    Couldn't run this because of the hideous sound track. So distasteful !

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  • Asal Floydian

    February 9, 2018

    Listen if you want to hear 700 thousand times of 'Royal Loft Suite'

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  • FLASH 24

    February 10, 2018

    Regent Explorer, Voyager, and Mariner are much more luxurious ships for ALL passengers. The largest and most beautiful suite is on Regent Explorer. I'm having to crack my memory, but I think the suite is about 3,000 square feet of OMG luxury. Plus … ALL of Regent's cabins/suites have seaside balconies, Once you board a Regent cruise, there is no one or anything needing more money than what you paid when you booked your Regent cruise. Disembarking is so hard to do on a Regent ship! That's why my last cruise was 210 days. Within those 7 months was a World Cruise … Fort Lauderdale to Fort Lauderdale! The World Cruise disembarked from a Transatlantic, and later that evening we began another Transatlantic back to Europe.

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  • Donald Coder

    February 20, 2018

    How will all this look when you are on your way to the graveyard? You lived in lavish luxury with the filthy rich, but your grave is waiting for you.

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  • John Calvin Hall

    February 20, 2018

    The robot voice ruined it for me.

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  • tribefenatic

    February 21, 2018

    http://www.happybirthdates.com/invite.php?m=downonmyluck

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  • Showdown

    February 25, 2018

    Get a life!!!!

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  • Kumar Saravanan

    March 25, 2018

    pota

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  • Eric Fontaine

    April 11, 2018

    Computer voice – no thanks! Dislike, not watching ANY more vids by anyone who does that.

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  • Zombie Wizowski

    May 4, 2018

    Robot voice over what could have been a great video

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  • Seth Young

    May 7, 2018

    I can't watch this video…. you know why 💀

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  • Jingle Candelasa

    May 9, 2018

    100th comment!

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  • Jingle Candelasa

    May 9, 2018

    101 comments. Person "YAY THIS IS GOING TO BE VERY INTERESTING!" robotic voice appears "This robot is such a maniac.. KILL THIS ROBOT NOW COMPITER ARMY!!!!!!!"

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  • K Rank

    June 13, 2018

    you have to be kidding, a computer voice…. no thanks.

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  • Helen Kierce

    June 14, 2018

    Agree with the other comments about the computer voice. It's really off putting and unnecessary.

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  • Lorna Lee

    June 27, 2018

    silly music and too much text over the photos

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  • thipparavani nirmala

    July 3, 2018

    tsunami also some time come

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  • Gary Scott

    July 20, 2018

    Shit video

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  • Sandy Grogg

    August 11, 2018

    Did she really say “bow”..as in now-tie? Hated the voice.. Not classy st all.

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  • Harold Laetsch

    August 27, 2018

    That computer voice is the same one that said I had a computer under attack from a virus. She really gets around! Also that I was being sued by the IRS and missed jury duty. See what I mean?

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  • katarina drew

    September 5, 2018

    Some of these suites need to be updated

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  • T.E.N. ARCHERY

    December 14, 2018

    Why does this music sound like a 1970s porn.

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  • Leelee G

    December 15, 2018

    I couldn't see the suite because of the words across the whole thing.

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  • Kris Gavin

    January 2, 2019

    robot woman gave me depression

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  • dw coop

    February 7, 2019

    I'd be naked all the time 😜👍

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  • chip block

    February 13, 2019

    Why oh why post a video with a computer voice! There are many people that can do the voice over for little or no cost to you. I only watched 10 seconds. How sad. It looked like a good video.

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  • Paul Jakubowski

    February 24, 2019

    An otherwise engaging and interesting video completely ruined by the computer generated voiceover. BOO!!!!

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  • Ed Holohan

    March 4, 2019

    Who cares?

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  • Ed Holohan

    March 4, 2019

    Your voice is fucked

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  • Tawney Bass

    April 16, 2019

    Very nice, very nice!! All i can think about is what it would look like if water was to come in. Yikes!! Lol!!! Evey body really hates the robot voice.

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  • David Endsor

    May 6, 2019

    Started to watch and stopped after about 20 secs of that electronic voice

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  • Dave Smith

    June 17, 2019

    Theres over 8 billion people in the world, and you don't know even one, that can narrate this..

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  • Mashhood khan

    August 16, 2019

    Remove writing

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  • S_Tdrum

    September 12, 2019

    What about captains suite on carnival sunshine

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  • S_Tdrum

    September 12, 2019

    Robot voice… ANNOYING

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  • 50Street21

    September 16, 2019

    40 seconds into the video, I had to end my viewing experience. The photos looked great but the digital voice ended it for me.

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  • Angela Fitch

    September 29, 2019

    wow what a luxurious suites

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  • Gordon Tt

    September 29, 2019

    the garden villa decore is repulsive loud and not charming at all. it would ruin my holiday to have to put up with such garishly decorated rooms

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