For the past several years, worldwide cruises have continued to gain in popularity. In 2015, in fact, the UK alone nearly 2 million people set off for cruises. As the ships get bigger and more lush, with a variety of distractions to keep even the most discerning customers entertained, there’s more reason than ever to book a room on board these roving adult amusement parks. The popularity of cruises has extended to the wealthy, who’ve been flocking to cruise ships to travel the world in luxury. There’s something unique to be found in a cruise; after all, not even a mega yacht will have world class entertainment and a mini-mall on board. Of course, those people with expansive pocketbooks still demand a higher level of attention when heading out on a cruise and — as a result — they have a tendency to take the cruise experience in a whole new direction.
1. 3,875-Square-Foot Suites Can Be Yours On the Seven Seas Explorer
For the bargain price of $5,000 a day, you can get access to a room that’s actually bigger than the average American home. The suites feature full glass walls, grand pianos, in-room spas and private gardens. It’s a getaway inside of your getaway. What’s more, visitors also get a free first class flight to the ship, a personal butler, a fully stocked bar in the suite, and a car and driver at every port.