Twin beds that convert to king, large balcony, sitting area with armchair and coffee table, sofa, dressing area with vanity, two large closets, wall safe, refrigerator, mini bar, private bath with whirlpool tub and shower, phone, television, hair dryer.
We had a suite that was possibly the best location for us we have ever had. I originally booked inside, upgraded to balcony, and before I knew it I again upgraded to this suite. It was more pricey than I think it was worth, but again the location alone was worth it for us. It was cabin 7169, it is mid-ship and I was hesitant of the location fearing it would be very noisy. It is three steps from the atrium glass elevators on deck 7. We got off and on those elevators without waiting 9 times out of 10 and could easily navigate anywhere on the ship. I was not thrilled with the layout of the bathroom and was disappointed after having been in a similarly priced suite on The Liberty that was much nicer. Mardi-Gras night in the atrium was a blast and extremely loud. When we went up to the room before it was over we did not hear a sound when we shut the door.
Cabin was nicely appointed, even if it was smaller than Ocean Suites on Conquest and Dream Class ships. The new decor was bright and fresh, and there was way more storage space than two people could ever need. As others have noted, the bathroom was slightly "different", having the toilet at an angle toward the bathtub. However, since there were no tall people trying to use it, it was not an issue for us. This cabin is at the absolute center of the ship, and is very convenient to everything. We hardly had to use elevators at all.