Accommodations include twin beds which make up into a queen-size bed, separate sitting room with sofa bed, a private balcony, two televisions, a refrigerator with a wet bar, a walk-in closet and a bath with tub and shower.
Upon arriving at the port, we found we had been upgraded from our AB mini to the aft, 1 of 2, Owner's Suites. WOW! This was pretty incredible. (This was actually our 2nd upgrade. We booked an AE mini GTY, was upgraded to an AB and then to the OS.) What an incredible suite. B751 is one of two OS suites on the Grand. The other is opposite us on the Port side of the ship. The cabin is simply huge. We have a couch, a table with 4 chairs, a 10-12' long desk area, coffee table and chairs on one side of the cabin. Bed, dressing table and desk, with closet on the other side of the cabin. Typical 2 room walkthrough bath with shower, jet tub on one side, toilet and sink on the other. We could easily host a dinner party of 12-14 people and no one would have to sit on the bed. The deck has only one post in the center and slightly wraps around so you can see quite a bit on the side. The balcony is half covered which had two downsides. People from the back of the ship near the pool can look down on your balcony and at night during the deck washdown or rain, the loungers will get soaked from the runoff. Read entire member review.
Mini suite with balcony was excellent. The increased cost was well worth the extra space. Would never cruise again with a mini suite. The layout, two flat screen tvs and beautiful wood appointments were great. Plenty of closet space and storage -- don't forget you can store luggage under the bed. Read entire member review.