In all, there are 17 grades of accommodation, ranging from three- and four-berth family cabins to twin insides, sea-view outsides (with picture windows), balconied staterooms and suites.
Standard cabin facilities include TV, telephone, private bath/shower room, safe and hairdryer. Higher-grade cabins and suites also have minibars, and bathtubs as well as showers.
I stayed in cabin 8084, a high enough category to come with a full-size bathtub as well as a shower, and its own private glacier viewing station in the shape of a balcony just large enough to hold two sit-up chairs and a small coffee table. I appreciated its glass frontage, which maximized sightlines. The cabin itself was smart and welcoming, with gold, red and cream decor; two deep armchairs; a sofa bed; and plenty of storage space (including a triple wardrobe and two hollow pouffe stools).
Worth noting is that Royal Caribbean subscribes to some good satellite TV stations including drama channel TNT and classic movie channel TCM.
The cabin was wonderful. We were upgraded - I would not have paid full price for it though - I usually take an interior cabin but for this cruise we splurged and paid for a Jr Suite with a balcony. Our upgrade to a major suite gave us two bedrooms- one we named the cave...continue