Two lower beds convertible to 1 king-size bed, bathroom with dual sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath, shower and additional shower stall, large sitting area, dressing room, private verandah, 1 sofa bed for 2 persons, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 500â€“712 sq. ft. including verandah.
Stateroom 7142. We reserved a Neptune Suite on Rotterdam Deck (7th floor), with perks that enhanced our vacation experience...bottle of champagne; bottle of sparkling water; 2 large bottles of spring water; silver basket of fruit replenished daily; Elemis toiletries; separate tub & shower; access to the Neptune Lounge (with elegantly prepared hors d'oeuvres, chocolates, fruits, cookies, latte/cappuccino/coffee maker, tea, juices. Sodas & cocktails were extra); personal Concierge in lounge, and complimentary daily breakfast in their high end Pinnacle Grill. Additionally, our boarding, disembarkation and luggage handling were treated with priority as a suite guest. We were told to enter the Priority Entrance lane and passed about 500 other people waiting to board -- took us 15 minutes to check-in and be on the ship! If able, we would recommend traveling at this level. Regardless of room level, the staff were all friendly and eager to accommodate any request. Our room steward, Danang, besides being friendly and always with a smile, was a perfectionist and had our room looking crisp & fresh twice a day! A very polished, professional group of employees on ALL levels.
TV was 18-24" size with very few channels & poor reception in port especially.
***There are no outlets next to the bed, so if you must plug in a medical device, or entertainment device, you will need an extension cord; OR, check with HAL before departure to see if one is available onboard. Read entire member review >>
Very spacious but needs some updating. I believe this ship is scheduled to be refurbished soon, which will help with the overall impression. Balcony was huge and we used this so much during the cruise. Lots of storage space that we didn't discover under the beds until the last week and never filled it all! Read entire member review >>
Neptune Suite 5190 which was the aft wrap. The suite is well appointed with so much space and storage. A dressing room with 3 closets, as well as 4 closets in the main cabin. The Balcony is partially covered but still protected us from light rain and enough shade when the sun was out. On a couple of nights during heavy rain and winds, my husband said the vibration of the ship woke him up. I did feel the vibration one night, but it in no way took away from the enjoyment of the cabin. I would take that up sale again in a heartbeat. Read entire member review >>
We were in 5191, an aft corner SC. We found the cabin itself to be of adequate size with more than ample storage, but we thought the finishings in our OS on the Mariner of the Seas were much nicer (all granite counter tops, marble floor, glass shower). I would say our SC was roughly half the size of our RCL Owner's Suite, which weighed in at a whopping 630 square feet of interior space and had a full dining table, sectional sofa, and a curtain to partition off the bedroom from the living area. Nevertheless, 5191 had plenty of room for the two of us. The bathroom had a jetted tub and a separate shower, there was a nice "Princess Area" for hair and make-up, and our very comfortable bed was the size of a Caribbean Island with 9 pillows to choose from! Our suite also had tons of electrical outlets, which I thought was nice since I seem to travel with enough equipment to open a Best Buy!
Our balcony was what distinguished this cabin from any other we've had. In addition to the glorious view and the gorgeous sunrises/sunsets, we had space to host a "Scenic Cruising" party for our CC Roll Call, and about 16 people fit comfortably on the balcony. Our balcony had two large chairs with ottomans, a round dining height table with four chairs, and a small occasional table. All the chairs were imitation wicker and had cushions...so much more comfortable than sitting on plastic mesh! My one disappointment was that the chaise lounges I had seen in all the photos were no longer there. We could have requested loungers, but they would have been of the mesh variety without cushions, so we didn't bother. Read entire member review >>
We were in 5190 Ill never forget how spacious and nice this room was. No matter what we got a side view of the boat and a back view of the boat. Simply amazing. Ill never go on another cruise without getting a corner wrap around balcony. The beds were comfortable the room was so clean. It was serviced every day. Nice TV in the room. Again, spacious, comfortable, quiet and homely. Plus we were close to the food! Read entire member review >>
Deluxe Suite # 6175 Handicap-accessible. Sumptuous, quiet. Veranda was HOT!!....with no canopy for shade. Electric Drapes were a wonderful touch for a Handicapped person. Fairly close to Elevators to Dining Rm on Deck# 3 and Lido on Deck #9. Read entire member review >>
SB Suite 7142 is an aft wrap-around balcony cabin. A ton of storage space. Great bathroom. The balcony was wonderful. It is a long walk from everything, since it ios on the aft end of the ship, in the corner. Read entire member review >>
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