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The Sky Suite features two lower beds convertible to queen size; floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors; sitting area with sofa bed; bathtub; private veranda; flat-screen television; DVD/CD player; refrigerator with mini-bar; thermostat-controlled air conditioning; direct-dial telephone and voicemail; desk; in-room safe; hand-held hairdryer.
    
Sky Suite (S2)
Decks: Eight
Sky Suite (S2)


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8050
Greek Islands & Turkey by Ian Kennedy
Suite 8050 on top deck close to rear stairwell. Spacious and well appointed with bath/shower over and lots of hanging space. Comfortable for 6 to sit round in evening for pre-dinner drinks  Read entire member review.
8058

Our overall experience was terrific. We were more than satisfied with the size of this "suite" - comparable to a nice-sized hotel room with a combined bedroom/sitting area. The Butler service was on a par with the higher category Club Ocean and Club Owner suites, and there were all the perks of specialty dining, etc.

Plenty of storage in the double wardrobe which is set up as 3/4 closet (with lots and lots of good quality wooden hangers) and a shelf/cubby section that includes the electronic safe.

The desk/credenza offers a good work-surface and additional small drawers for clothes, as well as holding the mini-bar and DVD player. (The DVD cubby is a good place to stow some of your own electronic devices when not in use.)

Note - the desk has only one 110v US style outlet and one 220v EU style outlet, so it is very handy to bring a voltage converter for the other outlet if you carry multiple gizmos.

There is a good deal of undersink storage in the bathroom, as well as a very nice corner shelf unit for holding toiletries, etc. Flowers in the bathroom and on the small coffee table were a nice touch.

The welcome aboard bottle of sparkling wine on our cruise was a nice Bouvet-Ladubay Signature Brut (not a champagne, but a sparkling wine from the Loire Valley - retails at about $20). That was definitely a step down from two prior cruises in the top level suites, but still nice as it kept showing back up in the ice bucket full, no matter how many times we finished a bottle.

The balcony has nice, new, better quality seating than before, but with 3 chairs and a table it's a little tight. No lounge chair for private sunning on the balcony.

 Read entire member review.
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