Cabin: We had #10000, all the way forward, right in the middle of the ship, directly below the bridge. My parents, who were cruising with us, had #10002, right next door. Our cabin was nice. Very spacious. It had a sitting area with a full sofa and two chairs, a dining table, dry bar with coffee machine, huge closet, and a full bathroom with tub. The balcony was huge as well and the view spectacular. Of the two rooms, 10000 was a bit better for this cruise as it is larger inside than 10002 (which has a larger balcony). Read entire member review.
Cabin 10500. Penthouse AC. 10000 and 10500 have a little more room than the other AC and AD cabins due to being directly under the center of the bridge, where it juts forward a bit. This added a bay window area within the sitting area. I'm not sure how the furniture arrangement was done in the other cabins in this category, but half of our sofa and 2 of our chairs were in this extra space. This made the balcony a little smaller than others in this category, but it was still the largest balcony we've ever had on a cruise. Good size bathroom with tub and separate toilet area, vanity area, dining area with table for 4, decent closet, plenty of cabinets and other storage space. Mini-fridge that we had all the mini-bar supplies removed from, espresso/cappuccino machine, cocktail and wine glasses. Extremely comfortable queen size bed with plenty of pillows, plus a pillow menu if you don't like the feather pillows. Read entire member review.
We always book an AFT Penthouse. This Penthouse is the lowest of all the suites, but you still get all the amenities. I just like the back of the ship. You get a private breakfast and lunch spot that only suite members receive, that is well worth it. Read entire member review.
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