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Royal Family Suite (FS): Splendour of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Royal Family Suite Cabins

3 Reviews
Two bedrooms with twin beds that convert to queen-size beds, two bathrooms (one with shower, one with bathtub), living area with double sofa bed and Pullman bed, and a private balcony. (526 sq. ft., balcony 74 sq. ft.)

Royal Family Suite (FS)
Decks: Deck 8
Cabin
Rating
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8532
The Royal Family suite is really an amazing cabin. The LR has a full size couch (Q size bed) and seating for 7 adults. The MB faces the LR with sliding privacy glass doors for privacy. Its the size of almost 2 cabins with private bath with tub. The MB and LR both have sliding glass doors to access a large balcony. The second BD is a standard inside cabin with 2 beds that can be combined and one bunk bed. It also has a small private entry way and a full bathroom for BR#2 and LR guest. It can accommodate 7 but 5 is the way to go. 5 is also the minimum to book this cabin. Its location is mid ship and ideal. The RF Suite also gives you access to the concierge lounge with perks like reserved seating at shows, early disembark at ports regardless on your tour times, special behind the scene tours of the theatre, kitchens, bridge and more. The best is everyday between 6:30 and 10 you can have free cocktails (top brands included) and appetizers in the concierge lounge. So a couple of before dinner drinks at 6:60 and a couple after dinner drinks at 10 make it very enjoyable. They are very particular about bringing in guests that are not in your suite. The concierge who sits in the entrance of lounge knows all his suite passengers and will escort any visitors out of the lounge. My sister stayed in a standard balcony cabin below us and their cabin was well appointed too and rather spacious with lots of closet space. Being a seasoned traveller, the cabins on this ship are larger.
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8532
The Royal Family suite (8532) is really an amazing cabin. The LR has a full size couch (Q size bed) and seating for 7 adults. The MB faces the LR with sliding privacy glass doors for privacy. Its the size of almost 2 cabins with private bath with tub. The MB and LR both have sliding glass doors to access a large balcony. The second BD is a standard inside cabin with 2 beds that can be combined and one bunk bed. It also has a small private entry way and a full bathroom for BR#2 and LR guest. It can accommodate 7 but 5 is the way to go. 5 is also the minimum to book this cabin. Its location is mid ship and ideal. The RF Suite also gives you access to the concierge lounge with perks like reserved seating at shows, early disembark at ports regardless on your tour times, special behind the scene tours of the theatre, kitchens, bridge and more. The best is everyday between 6:30 and 10 you can have free cocktails (top brands included) and appetizers in the concierge lounge. So a couple of before dinner drinks at 6:60 and a couple after dinner drinks at 10 make it very enjoyable. They are very particular about bringing in guests that are not in your suite. The concierge who sits in the entrance of lounge knows all his suite passengers and will escort any visitors out of the lounge. My sister stayed in a standard balcony cabin below us and their cabin was well appointed too and rather spacious with lots of closet space. Being a seasoned traveller, the cabins on this ship are larger.
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