Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, living room with sofa queen sleeper, mini refrigerator, 40 inch LCD TV, wireless connection, two beds convertible to queen size, vanity, bath with shower/tub combination and washbasin.
Apart from the pole in the middle of the cabin (!) it's really nice, with a large balcony and a huge porthole-style window on the side. There's a full-size bath with good shower, and room enough in the wardrobe and drawers for a third adult passenger, which makes it excellent value. The roll-out double bed from the settee unit has a slightly thin matress, unlike the main bed(s) but it's ok as long as the third person is not a really heavy one!
You get evening hors d'oeuvres and a butler service which includes afternoon tea in your suite. You also get 2 complimentary goes in the speciality restaurants - that's worth up to $80 per passenger, for starters! And your butler will reserve best seats for you at all the main production shows on Formal Nights.
Wheelchair accessible suite 2132: large, spacious, very wheelchair accessible. Door to hall is automatic open / close via room card or button inside. Bathroom, sink, and shower is wheelchair accessible / roll-in. Has easy ramp between suite and veranda. Closets and shelves are acceptable for 14 night cruises. Both 2130 and 2132 are very quiet and you never hear neighbors or people walking in the hallway.
We loved our cabin, we had more than enough space to stow the contents of four large suitcases and two carry-ons. The best part was our butler, Glen. We wanted to take him home with us but he said he had to finish his contract. I suspect he frequently receives offers to go home with guests.
The suite was enormous and comes complete with much bigger balcony, a larger than normal television, a butler who was extremely helpful, and even a set of scales in the bathroom. However being situated at the stern there was constant background noise and a slight vibration from the engines. We have previously been midships where there is quiet and a more comfortable motion in rough seas.
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Even though rooms were not available yet, we went to check out our cabin which was S1, 9299. It was completely clean and ready, as were most cabins, but staff was still working hard in the halls, and a few cabins and I'm sure they wait for ALL of the cabins, so we headed out to stop by guest services to deal with my drink package and explore the ship and spend some time by the pool. The cabin had ample storage, including closet, 4 larger drawers in the desk, two in each night stand, 4 shelves in the closet, plus the overhead shelf, some cabinets and lots of storage in the bathroom, however overall the bathroom is small. The shower was nice, with a handheld and overhead shower. The shower was in the tub, not separate as we have had on most suits of this level/value. The deck furniture is okay but the deck is barely deep enough and while there are foot stools, there is no chase lounge. Compared to other similar suites on other lines (Grand Suite, Aft Penthouse, etc), overall it was the same size or smaller.
Our steward, Maria was efficient and our cabin was clean. We only received a towel animal on one night. Our butler Andy, was good but we didn't feel any of the service was extraordinary. We've had butlers on ships previously and not only did we feel they did more, but we felt suite benefits were better. Even once he knew our preferences, we never knew if those would be met (just as afternoon snacks) or just anything would show up. No biggie, but not special. He also wouldn't let us know about things until it was too late. For example, on one of the last sea days there is a big buffet with beautiful ice cravings in the main dining room, but by the time he told us (left a message on our phone at 10:30am), we were gone for the day and didn't find out until we returned to our cabin after 5pm. Read entire member review.