S3 10504, the Pink Diamond Suite, is an amazing room on the NCL Jewel.
There are three tvs...the main room, the bedroom, and one in the bathroom.
You have a large main room with a full size sleeper sofa, an armchair, a round coffee table and a lounger couch. From the main room, you can get to the side facing balcony, which is 2 times the width of a standard balcony and half of it is deeper a s well. 4 chairs, two mall tables, and a footrest fit comfortably in the space.In the main room area is your bar cabinet, which had (on the 11/4/12 sailing) A pod machine with a large selection, full complement of bar ware, a fridge, and storage. You get 3 complimentary bottles of spirits with your room, as well as stocked and refilled soda, coffee, tea. Nice bottle of Champagne as well ( Monet I believe).
The suite has a recessed space for the dining area, big enough for a decent sized table and four chairs. There is also a half bath just off your entry door.
You can curtain off your sleeping area and the master bath.
The bed is King Sized and very comfortable. You can customize your pillow selection. You are given a computer and desk to use, but the computer can ONLY access Inet and minutes are not included in the price.
The master bath has double sinks, separate WC, stall shower and a full bathtub. The bath has two windows with Semi Transparent Shades, so be prepared to cover them with a towel if you want full privacy. You have a walk in dressing area with 2 safes, a pants press, full vanity with hair drier and makeup mirror. Plenty of storage for all your needs.
Through the Bedroom to the Front Facing Balcony. The Sea door is heavy, do not recommend allowing youngins to mess with it. While not the widest of the forward facing balconies on the jewel class ships, there was plenty of room for 2 full size loungers and a decent end table and the ability to walk around them with no problems. Great views! You need to keep your curtain drawn on the forward facing balcony at night because you are right under the bridge. You can go on and off the balcony as you please, but keep the shade drawn over the window and the door closed other then entering and exiting after dusk.
This room is pure spoilage for a couple, and could easily handle a family with 2-3 kids as long as the kids don't mind sharing the sleeper sofa. There ARE kid locks on the balcony doors in the main room. You have a cordless phone that works anywhere on ship. The SE Suite on one side and the Balcony room on the other do have adjoining doors for accommodating a larger group. The room service can be from anywhere, but if a cover charge applies you must pay it for the item. You have a day Butler AND a night butler, as well as a concierge. There is a room steward as well. Remember the concierge and butler are not part of the DSC, you should tip accordingly.