01 October 2019
PONANT's Le Bougainville - Stateroom Water View ©PONANT-Nicolas Matheus
Splash out on a suite on your cruise holiday and you’ll enjoy more space than a stateroom – often with fully separate living and sleeping areas, a spacious bathroom with bathtub and an array of other extras that may include private terraces with hot tubs, butler service, access to exclusive areas of the ship, and priority boarding and disembarkation.
Yet suites don’t have to be through-the-roof expensive – fares are certainly higher, but many offer excellent value for- money. Often the first accommodation category to sell out, it’s imperative to book early if you have your heart set on a suite.
Some of our favourite suites include:
If you’re looking for a suite, your Travel Counsellor can guide you when it comes to working out how much space you really need, whether you’ll actually make use of the extras and amenities offered, and what your budget will extend to. One mid-range option is a mini-suite – a larger version of a standard balcony cabin, often with more distinction between the living and sleeping areas.
To learn more about the different cruise lines and suites available, get in touch with your local Travel Counsellor.