Very comfortable and very big for ship standards. The bathroom was amazing. Double sings, bathtub, separate shower. Lots of space to move around, lots. Good size walking closet with drawers plus another closet in the living room.
Big tv in the very comfortable living room and a butlers pantry with a large table for six, guest bathroom! The balcony had a lounge chair, diner set for two and a jacuzzi tub.
This room comes with Butler service who helps yo with everything from unpacking to marketing restaurant reservations.
High tea is served in the afternoon with a variety of pastries and sandwiches. We almost never ate. The sandwiches, they are not good and the pastries aren't good. The only thing good were the cookies.
Great Bulgary bath toiletries. Read entire member review >>
Royal Suite 1614. The best (will maybe the Penthouse was better!). Large living and dining room, bar area and powder room (half bath-plus!!). Bedroom, walk in closet, tons of storage, vanity and super master bath-marble walkin shower, large jacuzzi tub, double sinks and spacious. Very nice veranda even had a jacuzzi tub with lounge chair and table and chair. Could live in this suite. Beautiful decor Read entire member review >>
Royal Suite Large and roomy. Two tv's, dining room, wet bar, wire cooler, refrigerator. Bath had separate shower and whirlpool bath. Double sinks and lots of room for toiletries. Had a fabulous butler Peter. Served high Tea everyday at 4pm. He was available at a moments notice. We had an a/c problem , he called someone and it was fixed almost immediately. Room 1612 located mid ship, next to elevators. Even felt like we had our own hallway. Fabulous location. 11th floor. Read entire member review >>
1612 was great, great location, near the library and the elevators but separated by a sound wall. No complaints whatsoever...loved it. Highly recommend it...the master bath was bigger than my bathroom at home. The marble and tiles were beautifully laid and decorated in nice neutrals. Very quiet room, master bedroom had large window which was nice as you didn't have to leave the room to look out the living room windows and sliders to see the ocean and the ports. Read entire member review >>
The RS was actually smaller than we thought it would be. I had looked at lots of pictures and youtube video tours and for some reason it just always looked bigger in those pictures. It really it turned out to be PLENTY of space for us, but this was just our observation. Aside from that, the room is absolutely gorgeous. Other than doors being somewhat awkward to open and close, it's well appointed and exactly our style. We also really liked having two bathrooms! Read entire member review >>
Royal Suite was just the ticket and we enjoyed the jzacuzzi on the balcony mist days. Noise was not a problem for us although yu did hear the band playing in the afternoon but we enjoyed listenign ti it.
Lots of storage so not problem on that score. Read entire member review >>
Room 1620 was just perfect. The cabin was quiet, we never heard commotion from the floor above, nor any of the rooms around us. While it's the first cabin after the backside of hte hump, the view was still good and we could see at an angle of about one o'clock. The room is huge. There is a nice size entryway/foyer with a closet. The bedroom was to the right, with doors to both the foyer and the bathroom (which also had a door to the foyer). The bedroom had a relatively nice sized walk-in closet with safe and another closet. The main living space had an L-shaped couch (pullout) and coffetable. The verandah was large - big enough to accommodate a table and chairs as well as two lounge chairs. Butler service was first-rate, only wish we'd utilized it more. It was enjoyable having breakfast on the balcony every morning though except two, when it was too cold. Only annoyance with the room was the phone in the bathroom, which was to the left of the toilet and inevitably I bumped off the wall 1/2 dozen times. Read entire member review >>
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