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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed), and concierge service. (381 sq. ft., balcony 95 sq. ft.)

Grand Suite (GS)
Decks: Deck 10
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1560
Very nice. Lots of storage. Very comfortable. Situated in good position - one floor down to concierge club, close to forward stairs/lifts. No issues with being a connected cabin. Very quiet. Good size balcony with table, 2 chairs and sun lounge. Mini bar not cold.
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1052
Disappointed downunder9

TV did not work, We had binoculars in a nice wooden box which I thought was good but sadly they did not work


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1274
The cabin was in good condition, some wear, as you would expect for a ship that has announced revitalization next year, but nice and roomy and the bed was comfortable and everything seemed very clean. Our bathroom had small shampoo, conditioner, etc, toiletries like a hotel. There was a kettle and a percolator/dripolator thing. The TV had sound running through an amplifier which had small speakers on the wall. There was a DVD player, but we didn't have time to use it, and I couldn't say what region would work in it. Balcony was nice and big with 2 chairs plus a table plus a lounger. Well protected from the wind with the way this ship's hull brings the balconies within the structure. You were very private out there. The fixtures of the room did not creak like we had experienced on other ships. Some drawers did open when there was motion. We put a couple of wads of paper in the ones beside the bed. The bath is quite high to step into, and this was remarked on by many people. If someone is a bit unsure in this area I would certainly be wary. I don't know why they don't have some Junior Suites and Grand Suites with shower stalls. Deck 10: Out in the hallway a few cabins along was a big air blower. It was in the hallway for days, and we heard that later in the cruise a cabin across from us had a toilet overflow issue and the air blower was used in there also. There were often strange smells, urine, musty etc, and several times we saw maintenance people in the hallway, once with a water meter. The pool deck above was often very flooded from the pool water splashing (even though we had quite calm seas most of the trip), and we watched a drain on deck 11, very close to above our cabin, have water sloshing around it, but not going down the small drain very accurately. Not sure what the cause of the smells was, but we called maintenance one day when there was a revolting musty smell in our room when we came back after lunch. He looked like he couldn't understand what the issue was, but shortly after a fresher smell came through, and when we went into the hallway there seemed to be a light air freshener smell. There were never any noise problems in our room at all. The most we heard was late evening a couple of trolleys going across the pool deck. Not noisy, but just to give an example that we are not deaf! The fixtures of the room did not creak like we had experienced on other ships. Some drawers did open when there was motion. We put a couple of wads of paper in the ones beside the bed. The air conditioning is very drying overnight. But it is able to be adjusted for personal taste. We overall enjoyed the room and would recommend it.
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Voyager of the Seas Spectrebro
Grand Suite was beautiful. Everything you need. I had 4 people in there staying comfortably. The balcony was HUGE! Enough space for us all. Awesome room!
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1568
The cabin was a nice suite but underneath the pool deck, so you would hear chairs and tables being dragged across the above deck which was surprisingly loud. No shower, but a bath which had a very high side; not a real problem for us, but with disabilities? The air conditioner worked very well, which was important on this voyage.
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1324
Grand Suite 1324, Voyager of the Seas. This cabin is on the hump so the balcony is wider than most. There's plenty of space and ample storage, both drawers and closets (which had more than enough hangers). Although situated by the elevators, there was no noise. The only fault we could find is that as of October 2011, the upholstery (chairs and loveseat) needs a good cleaning or even a reupholstering. The bed was very comfortable with excellent bed linens. The bathroom tub had two retractable clothes lines if you felt like doing any hand washing.
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1564
This cabin was nearly perfectly placed and was very spacious and comfortable. The floor was quiet and nice, no problems.
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1248
Grand Suite #1248 Everything worked. Plenty of space especially for a repositioning cruise. New flat panel TV with DVD player. Needs better balcony furniture.
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1578
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We were in Grand Suite 1578. It is a beautiful room, very spacious. We had some problems with our safe-both on the first day and throughout the cruise. We also had problems with our t.v. not working properly. Other than that, the room was in good shape. Lots of closet space, great balcony and very comfortable and quiet.
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Our Grand Suite was fabulous. Bath had a tub with shower. Always some extra showing up from the staff.
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1588
Loads of storage room, nice balcony furniture, big tub in bathroom, double sinks, very quiet.
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1270
Grand Suite 1270 Spacious, great value. Refrigerator does not work. TV is a tube, not flat panel. Balcony furniture is skimpy.
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1560
Connecting cabin, balcony a bit small but serviceable.
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Awesome bathroom with double sinks and a real bathtub.  Spacious cabin with king bed, couch, chairs, coffee table, and bar.  Closets plentiful and good storage.  Great balcony!
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1588
We were in a Grand Suite.  The size of the room was great.  We had plenty of closet space, and plenty of drawers to put our clothes in.  The bathroom had a double sink, and bathtub.  We had plenty of drawers in the bathroom for storage.  There was a makeup area with a counter and seat, and also a mirror and hairdryer.  The balcony was double size.  it went from the bedroom across to the livingroom.  The tv was hooked up to a bose system with speakers hung up on both sides of room.  The location was a little forward of the hump.  We had to walk about two hundred feet to get to the elevator and stairs.  We were on deck ten, so we went up one flight to the windjammer, and one flight down to the conceirge loungs.  The room was quiet,  we never heard any noise from neighbors of the pool area above. There were no rooms directly across from ours.  Location, space, size, and comfort, were great.  We also had a large couch with two arm chairs.  Our balcony had a table with four patio chairs.
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1570
Grand Suite: Huge balcony, very quiet, excellent room steward service. Well maintained, but inadequate closet space for clothing. Needs a real refrigerator. "Cooler" was lukewarm completely useless!
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