Great balcony with two plastic wicker-like loungers, two chairs and a large table. The balcony overlooks the stern and the sound of the ship moving through the waves is a real treat. You can leave the glass door open most days and nights if you want on a summer cruise because there is virtually no wind due to the forward movement of the ship. Bags of room, decent big flat-screen television with virtually no programmes on it other than a film channel and Sky and BBC news. There is a bath with a very effective shower, separate wash basin and a wc with a glass door to separate it from the washing area. There is a large walk-through wardrobe with lots of space and lots of drawers and cupboards. There is a digital phone handset that works all round the ship that can be sued to order anything you want to be delivered to your suite or to talk to the concierge to book anything. There is also a small table with four chairs. The butler will look after everything in the cabin and will bring small treats every afternoon - the chocolate coated strawberries are a real treat on one of the days! Read entire member review.
We were in a Romance Suite (Category AD). It had plenty of room for two. We did not feel cramped at all. We had a queen bed, couch, chair, dining table with four chairs, desk (very small), great (but noisy) coffee maker, small fridge, lots of clothes storage, vanity (small but usable), wireless internet (for a fee), shower/tub combo in the bathroom. Balcony had two loungers, two chair a side table and lots of sun! We looked straight off the back of the ship and were on the end so no unit was to our right as we stood on our balcony. The people above could look down on our deck if that bothers you, but we could not see the balcony below. Read entire member review.