Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony with breathtaking view, sitting area (some with sofa bed), mini bar, private bathroom, bathtub, vanity, hair-dryer, closed-circut TV, radio and phone.
We booked a Grand Suite - it was spacious and quite lovely, although a bit shabby in spots. No Q-tips or cotton balls in bathroom. Bathroom also needed some grab bars near the large tub, which was a very nice feature but with very high sides. Lots of storage.
Cleanliness was ok, not great. Balcony furniture covered with a sticky substance the entire voyage. Asked steward to remove the "for sale" items from the refrigerator, so we could use it; was basically told to do it myself. Read entire member review >>
Being on deck 10 we had the huge overhang and only got the sun late in the day, well positioned near the hump and close to the lifts. The breakfast bar in the cabin is a waste of space. Read entire member review >>
1530 is a standard (i.e. non-hump) Grand Suite. The only slight drawback is that is just aft of the broadest part of the ship, meaning that the left-side balcony juts out, so one can see something of one's neighbors and vice versa. We never really found it an issue, however. We especially liked the location, as the forward stairs and elevators are just around the corner, meaning its a quick trip pretty much anywhere on board. We had no issues with either overhead or corridor noise. Read entire member review >>