Mini-Suites have a queen-size bed (that can be separated), pillow top mattress, a built in vanity area, full closet with sliding doors, television, sofa bed, double sink, and a waterfall shower with multiple body spray jets and a handheld shower head.
Room 8130 A fairly long walk from activities to our room at the front of the ship. The balcony was very large ( 9 x 12 feet) Being on the 8th floor made us convenient to almost everything except the features on 15 & 16. We felt the storage was adequate, but not excessive. There were 3 of us in the room and never felt crowded. The bathroom was the nicest and the largest of any ship we have been on. The sink was exceptional and the shower large and full of features like several jets and a cascading shower head. The air conditioning was very responsive to our adjustments and kept our room very comfortable. The T V set was nice, but the programming leaves a lot to be desired.
Great room, clean, bathroom fantastic with two sinks and shower with 6 jets! Balcony has two loungers, two regular chairs and a table. Pull down bed with couch, we were 3 but could sleep 4. Room location was great (IMHO) central to all the public areas on Decks 6-8. A little bit of an elevator or (daunting stair hike) to Deck 15 - access to pools, sun decks, garden cafe (buffet).
Our cabin was a mini-suite with an extended balcony on deck 8. Knowing how small the balconies are on the Getaway (and this ship) I planned for a cabin with a larger balcony. This one was great. Being near the front of the ship you did not have the lifeboats blocking your view of the water and the balcony had two loungers and two chairs along with a LARGE table. The only downside would be the privacy since people on the balconies above can look down and see about 75% of your balcony.
Cabin is nicely decorated. full tub and double sink is a nice feature. Light switches are not placed by the bed to control the cabin lighting. TV remote did not work consistently. Six TV channels plus channels related to the ship.