The Haven Courtyard Penthouse features a living area with a single sofa bed, writing desk, DVD player, tv, refrigerator, coffee maker, king-size bed with pillow top mattress, oversize tub, two vanity sinks, and a balcony. Butler and concierge service is available.
Yes, we stayed in the Haven. Was it pricey, yes it was (more than I usually like to pay for a suite and I complained about this for months). But. Was it worth it? Oh yeah!!!
I pretty much stopped gripping the moment we walked into our room. Simply a beautiful space with more storage than Ive ever seen in a cruise cabin before. In fact, I counted about 9 drawers in the room in addition to the closets and the storage space in our bathroom. Oh and dont forget the shelfs in the main area. You will not run out of storage space keeping in mind we were a party of two.
While it says that this room sleeps three, I would suggest that you keep it at two unless you are traveling with your child. Three adults in this space would get a little tight and youd quickly run into privacy issues.
On to the balcony which came with two wicker chairs and a table and had more room than I expected. My other half quickly assessed the situation and asked that a lounger be bought in to give us a place to truly lounge.
Our request was met with no fuss and by the time we returned from exploring the ship it was in place. If your cabin crew suggests that you remove one of your wicker chairs to accommodate the lounger, dont let them all four pieces fit nicely.