The Lanai suite, is an converted outside cabin with a slide door to the promenade deck. Two deck chairs are reserved for you. It is fun so see the people walk by. It is literally sitting on a promenade deck. The bathroom size is regular. All lanai suites have a unobstructed view. Because the glass is coated it is not possible to look outside in. only in the evening with all lights on, then you can look in. Read entire member review.
Our cabin was 3350. It was a lanai cabin. It was right in the middle of the ship of the ship on the port side. There is a combination bath tub and shower. When you walk in the bathroom is immediately on the left and storage closets are on the right. Then the bed is pretty much taking up the width of the cabin. Then when you walk around the bed you have a two person couch on the left and your desk on the right with a sliding glass door that opens up to the Lower Promenade Deck. We ordered a small refrigerator for our cabin. It is just a small amount of money, but my husband likes to have cold soft drinks and I could keep my water cold that way too. We asked our cabin steward for a plug in strip so we had enough plug-ins for different things to charge...like camera batteries, shaver, cell phones, etc.... The bed is very comfortable. Read entire member review.
Lanai Cabins - Smaller than verandah rooms, but nice size closets; no fridges, but a selection of soda and water is available with ice. With the sliding glass door we were worried about hearing the runners on the promenade, but actually, it was very quiet. We could see out but they could not see in - EXCEPT at night when the interior lights were one. But then you solve that issue by pulling the drapes. Read entire member review.