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Two bedrooms (beds can convert to Queen), two Pullman beds. Vanity with chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, dining room, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms - master bath with tub. Expansive balcony with table and chairs. (673 sq. ft., balcony 610 sq. ft.)

Aquatheater Suite with Balcony (A3)
Decks: Deck 11 | Deck 12
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Aquatheater Suite with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin 11730
Oct 2016
The Room was awesome and the perfect choice for our family of 3. We had no issue to share the bathroom, which is located in the sleeping room and even if our kid had to use it in the night it was fine. The bathroom door makes some noises but we left the door open during the night and all was fine. Our son slept on the Sofa-Bed and was very happy with it. To have two TVs in the room was also really nice. The balcony is awesome! But at the end of the week i realized because there is so many things to do on this huge ship, we didn't use the balcony as often as we could have. So next time another cabin with a smaller balcony will be fine. Regarding the walk to the cabin, as people complain sometimes about the location at the end of the ship: it is really not that bad! Actually we liked it because we ate way to much and like this we moved a little more.. :-)
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Cabin 10730
Jan 2015
Great cabin for couples traveling together. Spacious and well appointed. One downside, it is located in the rear of the ship so there is a lot of walking to where ever you are going. We did not mind at all.
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Cabin 8730
Jan 2015
New Years Cruise By: Childrtc
Not sure about the A3 but the large room we had overlooked the Aqua theatre and Boardwalk on one side - ocean on the other. One large master bed and bath and one bedroom with 4beds - 2 of them pull downs.Loved the room! It was a gathering place for our large group.
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Cabin 10731
Oct 2010
Family Fun with Small Children By: Familycruiserabq
Awesome balcony. 270 degree view. Room for 8 to dine. We ate breakfast every morning there. With the suite, they will deliver everything you can get in the regular restaurants, plus you can have eggs cooked to order. Plenty of space for 8, three seperate rooms, so can get privacy, if you want it. You can watch the shows from your balcony and enjoy a drink and a snack, just like box seats. Only issue: they have an incinerator on board that burns the trash so soot falls on the back of the ship, washes out of clothes, but don't wear your nice clothes out on the balcony. We read about it online before sailing, so weren't surprised. They can't do anything about it, so if anyone says they will fix it, they don't know what they are talking about. They would have to replace the incinerator, so won't happen until the retrofit in about five years or so. BTW this is also an issue on the boardwalk, sport area, and aquatheather, so be careful with your Don Johnson white suit!
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Cabin 10730
Jan 2010
Aqua Theater Suite. Category A-3. Cabin #10730. Major issues with soot on the balcony. Something that RCI has to get corrected or this will be on an on going issue. Cabin holds eight but unless some are small children, I would not want eight in this cabin. Would hold six comfortable. Plenty of closet space throughout and along with seating both inside and out on the balcony. Balcony has great views of the Aqua Theater, wake of ship and ocean views from the side of the balcony.
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