This is where Voyager truly excels. All 350 suites are oceanview, each with a private balcony. They are attractive and generously sized, measuring from 356 to 1,403 square feet, including balcony. The largest balcony, at 187 square feet, is larger than at least one cabin I've stayed in on other cruises.
Notably, 12 suites are interconnecting and 4 are wheelchair accessible; select suites can accommodate three guests. All cabins are completely wireless.
Our 320-square-foot Penthouse Suite had a European king-size bed, which could be separated into twins. For privacy, the sleeping area, which includes a vanity table and desk, can be closed off behind full-length drapes. It's a nice touch if you want to watch a movie and your partner wants to read. One amenity new to Voyager: an on-demand offering of 215 premium movies.
The sitting area has two chairs, a table, a full-size couch, a bar, and a large flat-screen TV and CD/DVD player. Penthouse and higher-category suites also include iPads. (An in-suite bar setup upon embarkation includes both wine and spirits. The refrigerator is replenished daily with soda, beer and bottled water.) The large walk-in closet, with safe, easily handled our clothing for our three-week cruise, though we did use the laundry facility a few times. As for the bathroom, I wish I had one like it at home: marble appointed with a full bathtub and separate shower, and lots of storage space. Anichini bathrobes and bed linens were recently rolled out along with Anichini organic toiletries. Also new in the butler suites: iPod docks with Bose speakers.
As much as our cabin, we enjoyed our 50-square-foot balcony, a fine perch for watching the night sky fall over the Pacific.
Upper tier cabins have a butler as well as a stewardess (the latter basically tends to cabin cleaning). Our butler, VaSant Mainker, was terrific -- taking care of our room service needs, delivering afternoon canapes, keeping the fridge stocked with our preferred wines, finding me an alarm clock, and, he told me before we disembarked, straightening my shoes. If asked, butlers are prepared to do even more, including unpacking for guests.
Our penthouse cabin was in the middle of the ship in the elevator area. LArger than some and very comfortable.Because of the ocation near AS equipment the cabin noises can be louder than in other locations.
We love the suites on Voyager. They are such a wonderful size. I like my privacy so spend a lot of time in my cabin or on my verandah when on-board so having this size cabin at even the lowest priced category is great. The cabin is forward of the front elevators and Is...continue