Owner's Suite with Balcony (OS): Allure of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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(556 sq. ft., balcony 243 sq. ft.) Two twin beds (can convert to Queen). Private bathroom with tub and two sinks, marble entry, large closets, living area with table and sofa. Private balcony with table and chairs.

Owner's Suite with Balcony (OS)
Decks: Deck 10 | Deck 11 | Deck 14
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Owner's Suite with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin 11240
Jan 2017
Great cabin, plenty of space and quiet. Unfortunately, you don't get much in the way of services down on the 11th deck. Now, if you were on the 17th deck, I think that would have changed things. It's almost like we were forgotten.
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Cabin 11604
Nov 2016
Excellent Trip By: gloccruise
Plenty of room and perks. Located in the middle of the ship - but on a ship this size you barely feel any movement.
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Cabin 10240
Nov 2015
I could not have been happier with my choice. The cabin is large and beautifully furnished. There are tons of drawers and lots of closet space. I loved the dressing table with makeup mirror. The bathroom is magnificent. Having a real shower was so worth it. It looked small in pictures, but they are deceiving. It is not small. And the best thing for us was the deck with the comfy lounge chairs. I thought it might be a waste on a fall cruise to have such a big deck, but we spent so much time out here relaxing on the lounge chairs. And we got treats every single day. We received so many we could not eat them all. I would book this cabin again in heartbeat.
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Cabin 14244
Sep 2015
Beautiful and spacious room. All amenities available even good feather pillows and flatscreen tvs. TV channels are limited.We did not even see nor meet our butlers, which was a bit disappointing, RCC lacks the personal touch expected when you are staying in the OS. Room service is very limited at night,in comparison to Disney where you can order anything even if you are in a standard room. Excellent Jacuzzi bath tub, which feels like you are in a hotel and not a ship.The RCC technology is outstanding and Allure itself is pure ingenuity.
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Jun 2015
Wow! Wow! Wow! By: Mermaid2013
We did the Owners Suite with Balcony because my mother was traveling with us and we wanted to stay together. this was cheaper than two balcony rooms and it was huge. It gave us space, privacy and a huge bathroom.
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Cabin 11240
Jun 2015
Beautiful! Plenty of closets and storage for 4!!
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Cabin 10640
Jul 2013
Great location, but room appointments were no different than any other room on any RCI ship. Don't expect "luxury" here... just more "room".
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Cabin 10640
Nov 2012
Awesome ship By: remajm
We stayed in an owners suite that was beautiful. Huge room, a ton of space, huge balcony and very quiet. Never heard anything outside our room. I will say the only let down was the bed and bedding. It doesn't compare to the Disney ship.
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Cabin 11244
Apr 2012
Great space. Good location on ship, close to concierge. Lots of storage. Large deck. Did smell cigar smoke while out on balcony. Must have been neighboring suite.
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Cabin 11640
Dec 2010
So to our suite, beautiful Owners Suite on deck 11, 11640. Fantastic suite but with 4 ladies sharing it, it wasn't ideal because there is actually only one bed. There was a sofa bed in the sitting room though. Having only one bathroom wasn't an issue at all for us as we had different times in the day/night when we liked to bath or shower. For the 4 nights we swapped who was sharing the bed and who was having the sofa bed, and who the roll away bed. We tried having two roll-away beds, it didn't quite work out, not comfortable or practical in our case but it was only 4 nights and I knew I was going to be in a D4 for the 12/5 sailing with my own bed. When I first stepped out onto our balcony I was delighted by the size of it, it was enormous. With a table and 4 chairs on one side and two chaise loungers on the other side it looked fabulous and I couldn't wait to spend some time out there with my friends. But wait what's this water coming down at the right hand side, ummm that's a bittie strange, och no worries probably maintenance is doing some cleaning above or something we thought. Wrong, this water coming down continued for the whole cruise. We could not sit out and enjoy our balcony as it seemed every-time we went out there the water started, very strange indeed. We peeked over to our neighbours balcony and low and behold they were having the same problem. We spent so much of our time on this cruise contacting maintenance, guest services, concierge, security, supervisors, housekeeping and stateroom attendant to let them know when the water started pouring down again. Our balcony and items on it were soaked through. From what we could gather it appears the problem was caused by the hot tub on the balcony of the Presidential suite above us. The children in that suite had a new game, "fill the hot tub-drain the hot tub"..."fill the hot tub-drain the hot tub". We also had to endure the noise from what sounded like chairs being thrown around, shouting, loud music, tempers tantrums, continuous jumping around on the balcony and worst of all seeing a lit cigarette being thrown overboard from their balcony.
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