This June, Seabourn is introducing a new class of accommodation aboard its 450-passenger Seabourn Quest. Located directly above the ship’s spa and designed by Norwegian firm Yran & Storbraaten, the four Penthouse Spa Suites will feature 48 to 50 square meters of indoor space and expansive private verandas, alongside designer bath amenities from L’Occitane, Hermès, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Baudelaire. Guests will access the suites via a spiral staircase in the spa’s lobby, and will have unlimited access to the facility’s Serene Area (home to heated lounges, an aromatherapy steam bath, an herbal bath, and a Kneipp walking pool) as well as the services of a spa concierge throughout their voyage. Other amenities include an in-suite bar stocked with passengers’ favorite beverages and spa specialties such as vitamin water and fruit juices. The Quest’s sister ships, Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Sojourn, will be outfitted with their own Penthouse Spa Suites during their next scheduled overhauls in dry dock.
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