Another Regent Seven Seas Upgrade: The Best Gets Better

When you travel with Regent Seven Seas, you’re experiencing the best in what the cruise industry has to offer.  That’s why Conde Nast recently rated them the world’s best cruise line, and why they are a personal favorite of mine.

I’m from Michigan, so of course the winter weather could always cause us a flight delay.   For this reason, I’m in the habit of arriving in my port of call a few days early to avoid missing my cruise ship’s departure. Plus, it gives me some time to explore the city, and really, why not enjoy my trip to the fullest?

Fans of RSSC  know that they already provide airfare, all-suite accommodations, gourmet cuisine, open bars, sightseeing excursions, gratuities and taxes, all-included in their fares, so what more could this luxury cruise line offer?

How about complimentary overnight accommodations at deluxe hotels before your cruise?  This works so perfectly for me…

While a beautiful cruise on RSSC is hardly something to complain about, travel to a departure port can be tiring…this deluxe hotel stay prior to departure helps ease travel fatigue, and provides the opportunity to explore your departure port city before embarking!

Beginning with its 2011 Europe season, every RSSC cruise will also include a free, pre-cruise luxury hotel package with airport-hotel and hotel-ship ground transfers and breakfast prior to check-out.

This amenity will be available on a large variety of cruises.  Please contact your CruiseCompete agent for a list of qualifying cruises, and details on the program.

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