Royal Caribbean Ultimate Family Suite

It looks like cruising is still in vogue, because a month ahead of its launch, Royal Caribbean’s new and most expensive suite out of Singapore is already in incredible demand.

The single 2,809-square-foot Ultimate Family Suite on Spectrum of the Seas boasts two levels and three bedrooms and bathrooms, a slide, jacuzzi, and a recreation room with surround sound equipment for karaoke, movies and video games. 

Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas Ultimate Family Suite
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The master bedroom extends over the side of the liner for stunning ocean views available to no one else. The beds carry Duxiana mattresses and pillows and Frette linens. Like the other suites, it’s served by a private elevator.

The Peak understands the suite goes at S$22,000 – 30,000 for a party of four on a 3-4 night getaway – and is largely occupied till June. 

“Royal Caribbean’s suites offer an all-inclusive, high-end curation with incredible accommodations at sea – providing the ultimate VIP experience travelers today are craving,” says Angie Stephen, vice president and managing director, Asia-Pacific, Royal Caribbean International.

“Our Ultimate Family Suite, for instance, offers the exclusive, sensory, and community experiences our guests are hungry for.”

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Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas Ultimate Family Suite
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Unlike sister vessel Quantum of the Seas – a more familiar sight – Spectrum, which sets sail from Singapore April 11, offers a secluded facilities area only accessible by guests of its 142 Star, Sky and Sea-class suites. 

This ‘suite neighbourhood’ encompasses an outdoor balcony space and boutique area for private shopping experiences, tea ceremonies, and wine tastings. 

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Also nestled in this exclusive enclave are private dining areas, lounges, and specialty restaurants Sichuan Red, Teppanyaki and The Hotpot.

Spectrum of the Seas is the cruise line’s largest and most advanced ship for the Asian market. She will sail out of Singapore for the rest of 2022.

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