Up to 80 percent larger than a mini-suite. Two twin beds make up into a queen-size bed, plus separate sitting area includes sofa bed and desk. Other amenities include two televisions, a combined DVD/CD/MP3-CD player, free access to a DVD library, a halo light magnifying mirror, a refrigerator with wet bar, a walk-in closet, free laundry and dry cleaning services, a welcome glass of champagne and deluxe canapes. Your bathroom features upgraded amenities, a tub and massage shower head. Approximately 468 square feet.
I wish there was a place to upload photos because our suite was gorgeous! St. Kitts (C750) was a huge suite with premium everything - walk in closet, 2 TVs DVD player, big balcony with teak table 4 chairs & 2 chaise lounges, separate toilet room, 2 vanities, full size marble shower and full size jacuzzi tub with luxury spa amenities - separate sitting area, bar area, mini fridge - the works. Canapes were delivered every evening - including handmade chocolates one night. There were 2 arrangements of fresh flowers in the room and turndown service every night with chocolates on the bed. The accommodations were top of the line deluxe priority everything and were so spoiled and pampered that we didn't want to come home! Read entire member review.
Loved our cabin, being at the back of the ship was great. Quiet, roomy and all the suite perks! The beds were conformtable, balcony was roomy, and the bathroom was the best we've had on a ship. Read entire member review.
Ochos Rios Suite, E732. The cabin is double-wide with a balcony that looks straight down to the ship's wake. The bathroom is split with a Jacuzzi/shower in one section and toilet/sink in the other. Once in awhile, we could hear some music from Club Fusion while in the bathroom but that was the only time. On the balcony while underway, the sound is that of a waterfall though it cannot be heard with the balcony door closed in the cabin. The balcony has four chairs, a small table, and two loungers. Considering the rough weather we encountered, there was some up/down and side-to-side motion, but nothing to be concerned about. When the ship was using its rear side thrusters for docking at port, there was substantial vibration and noise in the cabin, but those periods are relatively brief. The cabin is nicely appointed and we received several baskets of fruit, a one-day bar setup, and free internet (use either with own computer or at the Internet Center on Deck 5). For me, the bed was "comfortably hard" which was a little too firm for my wife. Read entire member review.
Emerald 733 is an aft-facing balcony suite. It's a decent-sized suite. There is a sitting room with a sofa and easy chair, along with an end table and a coffee table. There is a sink area next to the sitting area to use as a "bar". The bathroom consists of two rooms, the toilet and sink in one and the freestanding shower and separate, large jacuzzi tub in the other. There was plenty of closet and drawer space available. The bed was at least a queen and was quite comfortable. The balcony is quite large and, even with a beam coming down at one end (hence, the "limited view" moniker), there was plenty of room and lots of viewing space. We even had eight folks out there for tea one day. We never experienced any noise issues, even with Club Fusion directly below us. Read entire member review.