It took my breath away at how big and bright our cabin was. It had floor to ceiling windows on one full side. I was thinking that it would be perfect for an Alaskan cruise so you didn't have to be out in the cold to see it all. All I had booked before was inside, so you can imagine my delight at the size of the family suite. It is in the part of the ship were the Spinnaker used to be, so everything is brand new. We had a large screen TV with a dvd player and more storage than my DD and I could ever use. I especially liked the look, the colors are dark wood and really soft tan carpet. I set up the M&G, so when we did the cabin crawl, we had about 25 people in the cabin and there was still plenty of room! The cabin has a King bed that you can pull a solid wall across on one side and a curtain across on the end. In the dining area, there was a Murphy bed that my DD slept on. That had curtains that pulled all the way around that area. The lounge area had a sofa that pulled out into a bed, a coffee table and two chairs with great view! The closet area had closets all along both side of the "hall" to the bathroom. The bathroom had a separate shower with a body spray and rain shower head, and tub also with a body spray. There were 2 sinks with storage drawers by each. Here are the links to the videos my DD took of the cabin. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdVP5AA52wY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEpPoTEZguU I can't say enough about NCL's suite life!!!!