Owner's Suite Cabin 8001 - CHOSE THIS OVER Deck 9 owners suites. The balconies on Deck 9 are HALF the size and the Hot Tub on the balcony on deck 9 only fits 1 (maybe 2). Suite 8001 has a 4 person hot tub, two loungers and a table with 4 chairs and STILL room for more. The cabin is not huge (compared to a penthouse suite on Carnival) BUT we use the balcony more than the room. The living room is spacious, two sofas, dining table for 4, TONS of closet space, tv/dvd (the channels are a little lacking, and the surround sound would be nice if you could play it softly on the balcony). The bar is wonderful, mini fridge is excellent and always stocked with what you want. The bedroom is small, hardly room to move around the bed. Its a king, but it IS two twins put together and a massive lump in the middle. Decent sized walk in closet as well as a safe and tons of shelves. The master bath is small but adequate with a shower (cannot fit a heavy person) and a tub with a handheld shower. The bathroom is probably the most dated of anything on the ship and is showing wear. There is also a powder room when you walk in to the cabin which is WONDERFUL. One downside is that when they drop anchor you really hear it and also being up high in the front of the ship - be sure to hang on if there are any swells. Its a bit of a walk from the stairs/elevator but not too far. You dont hear noises from other cabins or from any other area (two decks below Bridge). The hot tub on the patio is worth the price of admission!! BUT be warned, it will take at least 1.5 hours to fill it and twice that to drain it. Total value for money, especially if you are looking for privacy and quiet. However, i would not recommend for more than two people.