Mini-Suites with balconies are larger than staterooms with balconies, with up to 323 square feet. Features a queen bed or two twins that convert to a queen-size bed, a separate sitting area with sofa bed and desk, and a bathtub with massage shower head.
Our cabin was in a very quiet location towards the front of the ship, we really enjoyed the balcony space (despite no roof) and privacy was no problem at all. There were young children in the family suite next door but we hardly heard them and when we did they were just excited at their trip.Very quiet in the hallway too. Lovely mini suite, very comfortable bed, with side cupboards,lots of lighting, and just the right seating area to enjoy breakfast in our room. Nice rounded shape to the cupboards, gave plenty of storage space, very easy to move around. Fridge supplied with bottled water (reasonable priced) and ice and sodas. Two modern flat screen TVs, on in the bedroom area and other in the seating, but with everything available on board we hardly turned them on. Plenty of hangers in the hanging space, and lots of room in the side cupboard, with room safe. Lots of toiletries in the bathroom and we 'borrowed' bathrobes for the trip which was nice. Fresh fruit each day was another really nice amenity. Read entire member review.
Love our mini-suite. Beware that they most of right above lifeboats and when the crew prepares for a drill while in port, you may be bothered my noise from lowering the boats. Was at 7 am on one day and 8 am the other for us.
Large closet with plenty of hangers available with another small closet full of shelves from ceiling to floor. Bathroom with regular size tub. Great balconey overlooking the water. Our room was by the engine room. Your bed vibrates and you hear the low engine noise constantly. This did not bother us. Large couch and another sitting chair. Read entire member review.