The 10 Most Expensive Cruise Ship Suitesby Dori Saltzman /
If you've got clients who demand only the best – and most expensive – options for their vacations, these 10 cruise ship suites should pique their curiosity. With pricing starting at more than $12,000 per night – and none less than $4,000 per night, the list is as notable for cruise lines that didn't make it as for those that did.
Leading the list is the Regent Suite from Regent Seven Seas Cruises, a spot the cruise line has firmly held onto for several years. But rounding out the top three are two newcomers, travel advisors may not be as familiar with – The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection and Scenic.
Cruise lines you might have expected to find, but didn't make it into the top 10? Those include Seabourn and Crystal Cruises, with their most expensive suites coming in under $4,000 a night.
A note on pricing: With one exception (provided by the cruise line and based on a past sailing in 2023), this list was created based on pricing Travel Market Report was able to find for actual cruises currently for sale in 2024 and 2025. Per night pricing comes from the most expensive sailing we could find information for. For sailings that are sold out (or for which the highest category suite is sold out), higher prices may actually have been paid, but the differences are generally not big enough to affect the rankings.
1. Regent Seven Seas Cruises - Regent Seven Seas Grandeur: Regent Suite RS, $12,333/night
By far the most expensive cabin at sea we came across is Regent Seven Seas Cruise' Regent Suite RS on the Seven Seas Grandeur. For a nine-night sailing from Barcelona to Rome in 2024, the brochure cost was just over $110,000 per person.
Of course the massive suite – its 3,151-square-feet – is pretty spectacular featuring two bedrooms, a private 1,292-square-foot balcony with whirlpool, three walk-in closets, an in-suite spa retreat complete with sauna, steam room, and jetted tub, and more.
Perks for staying in the suite include free laundry and dry cleaning, free first class air for domestic flights and free business class air for international flights, a complimentary one-night pre-cruise hotel package including ground transfers and breakfast, free unlimited Wi-Fi onboard, a personal car and guide to explore ashore at no extra cost, free in-suite spa services, a personalized in-suite full liquor bar set-up, and much, much more.
2. The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection – Evrima: Owner's Suite, $9,914/night
Not lagging too far behind is the Owner's Suite on Evrima, which a spokesperson for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection told TMR went for a high of $69,400 per person for a one-week 2023 sailing from Marseille to Rome.
Considerably smaller than the Regent Suite, the Evrima Owner's Suite is still a sizeable 1,091 square feet and has a 635-square-foot balcony terrace featuring a private whirlpool. The one-bedroom suite features a living and dining area with convertible sleep sofa, a walk-in wardrobe, two bathrooms, both with toilets, and one with a double vanity, soaking tub, and separate shower, and the second with only a shower.
Perks included with the room are 24-hour in-suite dining, a mini-bar provisioned to your preferences, complimentary Wi-Fi, free chilled bottle of Champagne upon arrival, espresso machine with complimentary coffee and teas, and more.
3. Scenic – Scenic Eclipse I: Owner's Penthouse, $8,086/night
We found roughly the same pricing on a number of eight-night sailings aboard Scenic Eclipse I and II, but here we're quoting a 2024 Italian Treasures sailing in an Owner's Penthouse from Civitavecchia to Valletta, which came in at $64,690 per person.
One of the largest suites at sea, the 2,099-square-foot suite features a spacious terrace with lounge area and private spa pool, in-suite dining with seating up to eight people, a spa bathroom with dual vitality mist shower with color light therapy, two bathrooms, a walk-in wardrobe, and more.
Perks included with the suite include a complimentary one hour in-suite spa treatment per guest, free laundry service, a full mini-bar stocked with alcoholic and soft drinks personalized to your preference, daily canapes and petit fours, and more.
4. Norwegian Cruise Line – Norwegian Viva: Haven Premier Owner's Suite with Large Balcony, $7,683 night
For years, the line's three-bedroom Garden Villa (on Dawn- and Jewel-class ships) rated as NCL's most expensive suite. With the arrival of the Viva-class, that distinction now goes to the Haven Premier Owner's Suite. At its most expensive – a 2024 Christmas/New Year's cruise – the per night pricing comes in at more than $10,000 per person, per night. However, we found most sailings in 2024 and 2025 ranged between $7,000 and $7,700 per person, per night.
The 2,100-square-foot aft-facing suite can hold up to eight people and features an 828-square-foot curving balcony with hot tub, separate living and dining areas, three bedrooms with king-sized beds, a double sofa bed, three bathrooms with jetted showers, a guest half-bath, and more.
Amenities include the services of a butler and concierge, as well as white tablecloth in-suite dining, 1 bottle of Moet Champagne upon embarkation, custom selection of liquor, along with daily replenishment of bottled water and sodas, invites to exclusive breakfast and lunches, a cocktail party with the ship's officers, access to an exclusive sundeck, pool and lounge, and much, much more.
5. Celebrity Cruises – Celebrity Ascent: Iconic Suite, $5,800
Generally speaking, Celebrity doesn't usually rank in the top 10 for most expensive suites at sea, but during the holiday season, prices for a one-week sailing in an Iconic Suite on the Edge-class can exceed $40,000 a person.
The 1,892-square-foot Iconic Suite, located in The Retreat on Edge-class ships, feature two bedrooms and two bathrooms – one with whirlpool tub, a 689-square-foot terrace with hot tub, dining space for up to six people, and a private butler's pantry.
Included in the fare for Iconic Sites are butler service, complimentary bottled water, soda and beer stocked daily, unlimited lunch and dinner in all specialty restaurants, two complimentary bottles of premium spirits, complimentary unlimited premium drinks and Wi-Fi, onboard gratuities, complimentary laundry service (twice per cruise), an in-room Peloton, onboard credit, and more.