Two bedrooms with twin beds that convert to queen-size beds (one room with third and fourth Pullman beds), a private balcony, two bathrooms and living area with double sofa bed. (588 sq. ft., balcony 234 sq. ft.)
Cabin: Cabin was great! We were originally booked in a junior suite but with 11 days remaining the Royal Family Suite dropped the 5 person minimum and went on sale, so we upgraded. The room was huge and we felt guilty only have 3 people in this giant room. It was good for the baby to have her own room and then we could enjoy our evenings and not have to worry about waking her since she typically goes to sleep at 7:30 pm. The aft view was a very interesting perspective and was great when leaving ports. There are 3 closets (though no walk in) and plenty of drawer space. WARNING: If you want a completely private balcony or an unobstructed view this cabin is not for you. Since the decks are staggered you can see almost everyone for 4 decks and they can see you. Also, there are giant steel beams everywhere so clear photos (and views) are tough to come by. Glad I got this room, but not sure I would do it again.
Read conflicting reviews about the hot water. Our experience was its scalding when its not near dinner time. Right before dinner on formal nights plan on luck warm at best. Read entire member review.