The Royal Suite was nicely appointed as expected with a grand deck with a Jacuzzi, deck loungers, and table/4 chairs. It had a door to the living room and a door to the bedroom. Inside the cabin, the dining room had a nice round table/4 chairs and bar area where 1 litre of Vodka/Scotch/mixers were provided as well as 2 litres of bottle water. the mini fridge was filled also. The living room was spacious and had a full size sofa sleeper and love seat and chair. Large flat screen TV hung on the wall and there were many cupboards throughout room for storage. The computer workstation had a chair, but Celebrity has removed the computer for some reason...wish they had not.
The bedroom was large with a separate well lit make-up/vanity area next to the deck door allowing natural light in by pulling back the curtains. Next to the bed was a porthole looking out onto the deck and overlooking the jacuzzi, the nice feature of this porthole was the automatic operating curtain the would lower/raise with the push of a button. The bathroom was large with marble surfaces throughout, two sinks, a high-tech jacuzzi tub, separate shower with glass doors and plenty of storage areas. the walk-in closet was a nice size with plenty of storage, but was smaller when compared to a closet in the same cabin class as on the century ship...matter of fact the Royal Suite on Century seemed bigger overall compared to this suite but Summit included the tub on the deck and nicer tub in the bathroom.