Sky Suites feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a living room with a queen sofa sleeper, vanity, mini refrigerator, large television, and a verandah with lounge seating. The sleeping area has two beds that convert to queen, a bathroom with shower/tub combination, washbasin, and a hairdryer.
Great large cabin, large closets, plenty of storage space, quiet hallway, full bathroom with bathtub. However it was underneath the casual dining venue so in the morning you could hear chairs being dragged. If you are a light sleeper you might want to pick a sky suite on another floor if they are available. Read entire member review.
Noisy overhead from buffet. Carts thundered overhead at all hours of day and night although this was somewhat reduced after a call to Guest Relations who did there best to prevent night time noise. However from around 5.30am as breakfast was being set up it would start again. The cabin itself is beautiful with lots of storage, a comfy sofa and bed and a good size bathroom with rain head shower and tub. Read entire member review.
Stateroom 2137 on Resort Deck (Deck 12) has a great balcony/view. It's a Sky Suite but its a bit smaller then other Sky Suites but still very nice. Beds and pillows are very comfortable but you will get some sounds from the Cafe up above. Mostly sounds like the crew pushing tray carts around or something. Its not bad to where you can't sleep but its not really what you want to hear while on a luxury cruise. The bathroom is a nice size.. I loved the shower! It reminds me of being in a spa. Plenty of closet space. Read entire member review.