Cabin- the grand suite was amazing. King size bed - full couch and chair in a seating area, two closets, a whole wall of drawers, a bathroom with a whirlpool tub and shower, a mid size fridge and a deck with room for two beach chairs, two regular chairs and two end tables. You have so much room you feel like you're at home. The decks have closed in balcony spaces, so you can't even see the people next to you. I think smokers tend to get these rooms, so be aware that you may smell the smoke from time to time if you're outside. They have black out curtains so the sun won't be waking you up - very quiet hallways as well. I'm telling you this room was worth every penny. Read entire member review >>
The room was great, I know it is an older ship, my only complaint would be it was outdated, and really that is not that big of a deal, it was comfy and loads of room for 5 people to fit in very comfortably. Read entire member review >>
We were in an Grand Suite with the extended balcony. It was very nice, kind of pricy, but worth it.
Bathroom- Marble countertops, whirlpool bath and shower, adequate space.
Room- large bed, plenty of vents for air conditioning; pull out sofa; double vanity; plenty of lighting, flat screen tv, mini fridge.
Closet- small, but lots of storage; also storage on vanity.
Balcony- very large, fit 6 adult men easily with tons of breathing room.
Room location was centered mid-ship, felt very little movement. Very quiet and intimate. Read entire member review >>