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31 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed), and concierge service. (358-384 sq. ft., balcony 106 sq. ft.)

Grand Suite (GS)
Decks: Deck 10
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Cabin 1536
Too strong glue smell from new carpet. Carpet fibers got all over clothes and in ventilation system. Required daily Allegra and Flonase. New replacement chairs reeked of chemical dye small and we had to cover with sheets.
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Cabin 1032
Heavy glue smell, new carpet fibers everywhere on clothes and in ventilation system. Horrible because of the refit. New furniture chemical smell was terrible. Had to keep lanai door open.
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Cabin 1032
Nice but too much new carpet shedding and glue smell.
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Cabin 1554
The cabin was a Grand Suite. It was large and quite comfortable. There was more then adequate storage space. The large closets were lighted when opened. The bathroom was large with double sinks and a bathtub. The bathtub was awkward and hard to climb into. The sleep area was separated by a curtain that offered adequate privacy. The living room and bar were well appointed. Our balcony was a good size. I would have enjoyed 2 lounge chairs on it, one was inadequate. It did have a small table and 2 chairs. Overall, a lovely suite, it just needs refurbishment as I previously stated.
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Cabin 1552
Grand Suite 1552 is located close to the Concierge Lounge and is very convenient to the elevators. There was never a noise issue, as the cabin seemed well sound-proofed. As the cabin is located next to the hump, we could see into the balcony of 1554 and vice-versa, but our neighbors were quiet and friendly so that wasn't an issue. The cabin is pretty spacious, and the balcony had a table with two padded chairs and a padded chaise. Our cabin steward, Rully, was efficient, friendly, and unobtrusive. He handled our special requests quickly and was very helpful.
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Cabin 1554
The usual GS layout but some obvious wear and tear is evident on the inside of the cabin, as well as on the balcony. Wallpaper peeling back from the wall, carpet a little worn and other cosmetic issues. The location is great but some may have an issue with the lack of privacy on the balcony.
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Cabin 1600
We choose this cabin in advance for the Aft location . Had a few magnetic bar working issues on our cabin door a few times ! Which is a long walk to the service desk ! Yet the all around cabin selection ~ Well { 1600 } would be our choice every-time ! unless they where to upgrade us to the Royal Suite ~ lol
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Cabin 1550

Wonderful cabin. Very large, with heavy curtain to separate bed area from sitting area. Concierge lounge just around the corner with morning coffee and free drinks at night with finger food with both. Big enough balcony to have 2 chairs, table and padded lounge. You won't regret spending the extra money.


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Cabin 1036

The grand suite was very nice, clean, spacious, and well appointed. The bathroom was very large with double sinks and a tub/shower. Gilchrist & Soames amenities are provided in the bathroom. The room has plenty of closet and drawer space and a nice bar area. There is plenty of room to relax in the sofa area. The bed was very comfortable. Their is a large curtain to separate the sitting area from the bed for privacy or if someone is an early riser and doesn't want to wake their partner. The balcony was huge with a table, a couple chairs, and a lounger. Service was fantastic.


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Cabin 1536
Room 1536 is a Grand Suite. It is located under the Solarium adult pool so there is some noise from chairs moving across the deck above. In rough seas, there is a heavy metal rattle that sounds like some sort of loose tie rod between 1536 and 1534. Room itself is quite spacious. Bathroom is large w/ tub-shower. Lots of hanging closet space; not a lot of drawer space. Has queen bed w/ 2 chairs and sleeper sofa. Balcony is the width of the room w/ a table, 2 chairs and a lounge chair. There is one door to balcony on one side of room; the other side is a window the size of the door.
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The Grand Suites are under the pool deck. I did not hear any noise, but you cannot look up because of the deck overhangs. The room was clean, but some of the brass bathroom fixtures look as if they are getting worn. The door to the balcony was next to near impossible to open from the outside as there was no handle only a little finger pull.
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Good storage, brilliant bathroom, great balcony, great location,
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Cabin 1534
This was our first Grand Suite and it was on the hump next to the royal suite. don't think the balcony was much bigger than the junior suite we had on Mariner which was also on the hump. Two chairs with a small round table and a lounge chair, no room for any more. Convenient to the concierge lounge, just across the ship. Lots of closet, drawer space and a great bathroom, however, my wife thinks the counter is a little high for her - she's 5 ft 1 in tall.
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Cabin 1552
Everything was as we expected. Great cabin location, no outside noise. Well maintained.
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Cabin 1030
Loved the Jewel Breeze40
Grand Suite - Incredible! Balconies, beds, living area, kitchen & closet area, BIG bathroom, tub & shower, double sinks. Beds are rather small (two small twins... can be pushed together.)
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Cabin 1036
A super suite - very quiet location and large balcony.
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Cabin 1050
Very Nice Cruise Notspoiled
The layout of the room was very well thought out. Absolutely loved how tightly the door to the stateroom shut, with no light under it. Less light = less noise from the hallway. Spacious balcony, fantastic amount of storage space. The new couch in the GS rooms when pulled out to a bed is wonderful. So much better than the "old school" spring matress. The room could use a table with 2 chairs. There is plenty of space for that. Especially when you want to eat in your room. The only negative I have is with all cruise ships and hotels who insist on putting the beds back to back with the room next door. I was on a cruise ship who had the beds face the balcony and what a difference it made. It was less noisy because the beds were not touching the wall between the two staterooms.
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