Luxury cruise ship aficionados have a new VIP lair to lust after now that the "world's largest cruise ship suite", complete with a $200,000 bed, has been teased by Regent Seven Seas.
The ultra lavish "Regent Suite" spans an ocean-sized 4,443 square feet, and it is the crown jewel of the new Seven Seas Splendor, which launches in 2020.
The over-the-top abode features a master bedroom, guest bedroom, private dining room, living room, spa treatment area with a sauna and steam room, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a private veranda.
CNN reports that there will only be one Regent Suite on board the vessel, and the super suite is inspired by the smaller Regent Suite on the Seven Seas Explorer ship.
The suite's absurdly expensive bed is said to be custom designed by Swedish brand Hästens, and Regent Seven Seas is already crowing that it is "the most luxurious bed at sea."
Well, it supposedly has a "streamlined pinewood frame, steel springs and a mattress that's perfect for sinking into—apparently composed of horsetail hair, cotton and wool batting," according to CNN.
While that seemingly old-timey construction may sound like something straight out of Game of Thrones, here's hoping that this superbed sleeps at least as well as a humble foam Casper.
Before setting sail, the suite's lucky inhabitants can inform their "Pre-Voyage Concierge" of their preferred linens, pillows and skincare products.
They'll also get free business-class tickets before and after the trip, as well as a personal car and driver in every port.
Interested? Act fast. The Regent Suite runs $11,000 per night, and is already almost completely sold out for all of the Seven Seas Splendor's 2020 inaugural voyages.