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.
Cabin was roomy,
Furniture showing signs of wear,Carpet faded,
Bed" Boing springs" in mattress need to be rewound :) and tightened down
Lotsa closet space
Been on 25 Cruises to date
Celebrity ranks #1 Read entire member review >>
Pick this cabin! Room layout was divine and the size was spectacular! The balcony was on a bump out and had room for two chaise loungers a table and 2 chairs with room to spare. You could have easily held a party and invited 20 guests! Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin but again the room steward seemed to be bogged down. We would leave for breakfast in the morning and return 2 hours later and the cabin hadn't been made up. Another feature that we never had on other ships. Read entire member review >>
One of the reasons we booked this particular cruise was we were FINALLY able to snag Junior Suite 1100, the one on the port side aft with the wrap around humongous balcony.
It was well worth the wait as it was a lovely stateroom (seemed slightly wider than other junior suites (we saw my mom and dad's a few doors down in 1094)) plus that balcony!
We could have held a small cocktail party out there! So nice to spend time out there in the mornings and afternoons and watching the moon over the water at night. These staterooms are spacious with plenty of storage (including a walk in closet).
As this is an older ship, the staterooms don't have as many plugs and outlets as, say, Anthem does so if you're type of person that needs a lot of electrical outlets, bring a Belkin along.
We only had one minor blip in that one morning the toilet wouldn't flush. No worries, our SRA got it taken care of for us and it was fixed when we returned to the room after breakfast. Read entire member review >>
Cabin clean, nice view from balcony. Furniture starting to show some wear but not a problem. Bed was comfortable and enjoyed the extra space in a JS. Our cabin attendant Mona Lisa, was very helpful and attentive. Read entire member review >>
Very spacious. We originally booked a junior suite because we thought we would bring our two small children (we didn't). The walk in closet and tub in the bathroom were a nice upgrade, though I did feel seasick after taking a bath. I would recommend pulling out the dividing curtain next to the bed to block out that little bit of sunshine so you can really sleep in! It was a bit of a walk down the hall to the room so next time we are booking the same room but closer to the middle of the ship. Read entire member review >>
We have been on Brilliance of the Seas twice this year so far and have had a Balcony and a JR Suite. Both were very nice, well maintained, clean, well lighted etc. Have been very happy each time on BOS. Read entire member review >>
Spacious cabin with full size bath, seating area, and walk in closet. The corner aft location gave us a triple sized balcony. There was plenty of storage and the size provided walking around room. Read entire member review >>
Loved all the space! Large bed with a good-sized pullout couch. The walk-in closet was awesome, with extra shelving inside. We had so much storage space in the drawers and cabinets that we had many empty spaces. The bath tub was an extra nice feature of the JS. Read entire member review >>
I really liked the layout of the room and the chance to have an adjoining room! It was very well organized. My only problem was that the shower curtain did not contain the shower to the tub and the floor was wet for the next person to use the bathroom. The balcony was wonderful! Read entire member review >>
Had a Jr. Suite connected with a balcony stateroom. Very convenient having the availability of two bathrooms when getting ready for dinner. We did hear some noise from pool deck above, but it was not that bad. Read entire member review >>
Our room was great. plenty of storage, closet very large, bed okay. Balcony sufficient. Just one challenge, getting into the tub, be sure to hang on to the bar! Other minor problem, we were under the Solarium, some early morning noise as they were getting ready for the day. Not a problem for us as we are early risers, but if you want to sleep in, this is not the area for you. Read entire member review >>
Our JS 1542 was the perfect size. It had a full size sofa plus a chair and footrest. There was tons of storage including a WALK-IN closet! The bathroom was slightly larger than normal with a full size tub/shower combo. The location was almost mid-ship on Deck 10 close to both elevators. Our Suite Steward, Adriana, was wonderful. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was spacious and had a full, although small tub in the bathroom. The counter top was granite but very worn. The floor was stained and dirty. There was a walk in closet that was roomy enough for all our clothes. The balcony had two small chairs and a little round table. When I took the ottoman outside it was rather comfortable sitting in the chair with my feet up but they could have had much better furnishing on the balcony. The bed was absolutely horrible. After three calls someone finally came to look at it and they added 5 mattress pads to it but a worn out mattress is worn out, period. There were two distinct dips in the mattress, one on each side of the bed. They told us there was no replacement mattress available on board. We slept in a hole every night and woke up sore every day of the cruise. The cabin is under the lido deck. It is the only deck with jr. suites. There was constant noise from above. Chairs scraping, carts being rolled, people stomping, and the sound of water sloshing around. (the pool maybe?) The last night of the cruise was the worst. We could not sleep at all due to the noise. I guess they were cleaning all night.There is no refrigerator in the room. It is a "cool box" to keep the cookies from melting.There is no pen or paper in the room. They have stopped supplying them. Bring your own.You have to request ice for your room and it took us three requests before we actually got some. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 10 right below the windjammer. Room #1592 We did hear some nightly furniture rearranging but it did not bother us. the room was very spacious and a large balcony. walk in closet, tub and shower. Read entire member review >>
We were in the famous Cabin 1100- we read previous reviews and we so looking forward to this HUGE cabine. It did not disappoint... however contrary to previous reviews... it was very very loud. Right upstairs was the outdoor sitting area from the windjammer.... IT WAS SO loud that we could not sit out on many occasions. Who knew that Dominios were as loud as they are? and on this trip it was played on deck above us for hours and hours and day after day. It ruined our outside deck time for sure. A deck lower would be the way to go... same size deck and room less noise. Read entire member review >>
Fair location, large overhang (did not really disturbed us), small bathroom but ok for us.
Pretty nice size cabin, lots of closet space, walk-in closet, comfortable.
One one / two ocasions we heard noise from the deck upstairs. Can be irritating when you have a "nice weather" cruise when many guests are on the deck (On our Norway-cruise is was to cold) Read entire member review >>
When I book a suite on other cruise lines I get free internet access and, in some cases fruit in the room. Holland America even gaves us a complimentary mini bar. The room itself was fine except the hot water controls in the tub were reversed and my wife almost scaled herself the first time she tried to take a shower. Read entire member review >>
Our suite was absolutely super. We had a large bar with refridge. Lots of storage areas, living room, dressing room area, coffee maker, large double bed, beautiful large bathroom and great balcony. We were on the port side of the ship. This way most of the cruise the shore was visible while sitting outside. Read entire member review >>
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