Junior suite , Wonderful ,great, good enougth for us , better would be overkill.
Loved the extra room width ( have tried balcony stateroom since).
Extra luxeries toiletries, dressing gowns, slippers , water ,
All these things missing on next cruise in stateroom!
Clen and tidy and bed turned down every night.
Wonderful large balcony , very welcome as i dont sleep well at night (time difference)
Sitting whatching stars at three in the morning with tea and biscuts. Read entire member review >>
We boarded the boat at 12.45pm and made our way to our cabin, we had booked a junior suite and found the room to be bright, airy and clean with plenty of storage available. The balcony and room were sparsely furnished with uncomfortable furniture and the balcony had not been cleaned. The fridge did not work and the TV choice was poor unless you paid extortionate amounts for films. The bathroom was extremely small and there was no plug in the bath, the tap to the wash hand basin offered no cold water.
Even in a junior suite there was nowhere to eat if you wanted to opt for room services.
We were shocked to find tea and coffee facilities but only bottled water at extortionate cost. There was no cold water for drinking in the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was brilliant. it is at the back of the ship so easy to find. You will have an obstructed view so if you were intending to take photos of the ocean from your bed then you may be disappointed. We loved sitting on and watching the ocean. We went to deck 12 to get all the brilliant photos.
This cabin can be noisy to those who have sensitive hearing as you are downwind from the engines. It didn't bother us and we all slept well.
We loved this cabin and would book it again. when we were not running around the ship we loved spending time in the cabin. Plenty of space.
The second bed is a fol out lounge and is brilliant for children. Could be considered unconformable for heavier adults as it has less padding than main bed mattress. Read entire member review >>
Located at the end of the ship. Room size was good, with bathtub and bath/shampoo amenities. We had 3 adults, so the sofa bed was converted into a queen bed. Balcony was big, with 2 deck chairs and 2 chairs. Plenty of storage space and hangers in the room. Not much view as it was obstructed. The worst of the room is the engine noise and the slight "swaying". Room was also a distance from the lift. Would not recommend this room.
Room attendant was very attentive and will make up the room twice a day. Room was very clean and we had several animal towels at the end of the days. Read entire member review >>
Very nice, spacious with lots of cupboard space and kept spotless by Idawa. Our main complaint was the fridge which never worked, resulting in milk going sour overnight, water/wine bottles remaining warm. We called Maintenance but didn't fix the problem. Balcony light also never worked. Air -conditioning always cold and unable to adjust with knobs. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was large with a walk in closet. Bed was excellent and very comfortable. Cabin steward was soso and bath room needed cleaning and updated. The toilet definitely needed replaced. Our shower curtain was incorrect in length and moldy. It finally got replaced 5 days in on the trip. Read entire member review >>
Great size with many draws and walk in closet. Had a lounge suite to sit on. Large balcony. Bathroom still quite small. Had a bath tub but I found it difficult to get in and out of for shower. Being short I had trouble climbing over the side of the tub. Bed was very comfortable. Our experience for the first time with size was great but service from cabin steward was poor. For this reason we would probably not book a suite again as we found it not much different from a normal room with a balcony. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was well laid out with a walk in wardrobe and lots of mirrors. The bathroom was a good size and had a shower over the bath.
The balcony had a table and two chairs as well as 2 sun beds and was a nice area to spend some time whilst in port and at sea. Read entire member review >>
A very spacious stateroom, with pleasing decor and plenty of room for 3 women sharing.There was even oodles of storage space for us all. Quiet covered-in balcony, midship was good, with an equal walk to both elevators. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was great. We especially like the double desk/vanity so we each had our own space. Balcony was very nice too. ( on our next cruise a week later we just had a balcony cabin and walked in and thought how small it was). Plenty of storage, bath was large. Read entire member review >>
Very disappointing for the money we paid, rooms were not at all refurbished and looked exactly the same as previous cruise. Room attendant was as I said before always fishing for tips and was not the greatest. Room was quite small considering a junior suite and balcony was not very clean. overall I would was average. Read entire member review >>
The room itself was good, the pull out bed for the kids was one of those hard impossible to sleep on type your grandparents had in the 1970's, after asking for at least a mattress to be placed on top but all of them were already taken by other people suffering the same problem our cabin steward placed about 6 dooners under it to at least make it bearable to sleep on. The bathroom flooded every night with out fail, thankfully we were never in there at the time, we complained constantly about it but each day they sent a plumber who gave a different reason for the water feature out of our sink, or toilet or floor drain, we did have to throw out a number of cloths we had left on the floor of the bathroom one night when with out warning the toilet started filling out bathroom floor with god know what. No offer to move us or compensate in anyway. Seems to be the norm for that cabin. Each flood left a slit over our sink and floor, so we never left any of our toiletries in the bathroom, made brushing teeth and getting kids ready each day more challenging. Read entire member review >>
Our Junior suites were lovely and it was really appreciated having the extra space when the 6 of us were hanging out together. My only issue with our cabin is that we had a big something blocking a good quarter of the view. My parent's didn't have this, and they got a sunlounger which we didn't. But I was glad they got the better room since they were paying. So much storage space - can't imagine anyone would ever fill it all up. Room was in a good location - close to the lifts, but not too close.The girls loved their promenade view room (I'm thinking it might have been too noisy for me who goes to sleep early) but they were out late most night and tend to sleep through anything anyway). Read entire member review >>
Room was fine. Lots of storage. Furniture could have been more practical- instead of a sofa plus two armchairs, a coffee table would have been better. Instead the dressing table housed the kettle, coffee maker and hair dryer making things rather crowded in one area. Read entire member review >>
Cabin has been completely refurbished with new furnishings and carpet, though the layout is the same, probably to big a job to change that. Great cabin, second time we have booked this particular suite. Read entire member review >>
Spacious and tidy, huge walk in wardrobe, plenty of storage, excellent size balcony with 2 chairs, 2 side tables and a lounger chair. Bed a bit hard, but fixed by extra quilt beneath sheets. Very quiet location, but handy to elevator. Motion of the sea hardly detectable, very stable location. Tea making facilties, but take your own coffee, no coffee sachets in room. Read entire member review >>
Junior Suite 1350.
I loved this cabin, our first time in a Junior Suite and really enjoyed the extra space. While I agree with others that the decor is a little dated the cabin was clean and comfortable. There is a 3 seater lounge, 2 chairs, a flat screen TV and a very large,comfortable bed in the room.The tea and coffee making facilities were an added bonus as was the toiletries provided. The bathroom while not spacious was more than adequate and the walk in closet fantastic as we were able to store not only our clothes but large suitcases as well.
1350 is a connecting cabin and contrary to what others have reported we did not hear a peep from the adjoining cabin. It was so quiet I had actually thought it was empty until I saw the inhabitants, a couple and 2 young boys, on the balcony of the 5th day.
The balcony held 2 chairs and a lounger and while the floor was quite chipped and stained this did not affect our enjoyment of it.
I would not hesitate to book this particular cabin again Read entire member review >>
7604.This cabin is a handicapped cabin we were lucky enough to be given.It is almost the size of the suite we had on the next cruise.Great place on the ship
1312.Junior suite.deck 10 .nice cabin the bathroom was small compared to the handicapped cabin Read entire member review >>
The cabin was larger than the standard cabin, comparable to a standard 2 double bed hotel room. The bathroom was much larger than most cabin bathrooms and had a bathtub. The closet was a walk in closet but narrow, hard to reach to the back left side. The room had a nice size flat monitor television, a very comfortable sofa that converted to a bed. There was also a small refrigerator in the room and tons of cupboard and drawer space.
The balcony, which faces the rear of the ship, was nice size and sheltered from the wind and there were some windy days at sea. It had two chairs, a table and two lounge chairs and plenty of room. The down side is the design of the ship. It as if they cut through to make the balconies but the metal support beams for each floor extend past the balcony to the back of the ship, you can see through them but your view, say of a sunset or island, are obstructed by them. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was great. No complaints. I do wish, though, that Royal Caribbean left robes in all the balcony cabins like Carnival does, as well as beach towels. I felt bad that the folks in premium balcony rooms in our party didn't have robes. Our room was chilly and there was no blanket to cover up with--on Carnival we use our cozy beach towels which are placed in our rooms by the room stewards. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 7692: We had a Jr. Suite with balcony at the aft of the ship. The balcony was large, with 5 chairs (3 upright and 2 pool-style). The balcony does not look directly over the water, it looks over a deck at the aft (nobody goes there, so it is quiet and empty). In fact, the room was very quiet every night (we have kids and went to sleep by 10pm each night). Furniture could use a facelift - it was showing some wear. The fridge was not real cold - large bottles of water cost $3.95. The room had ample storage - 3 very short top drawers, 6 standard depth drawers, a wardrobe closet with 5 shelves, walk-in closet with wire shelves and hangars, desk with a safe and cupboard area to the right, vanity with opening mirror areas and lower cupboard beneath the TV. Our Room Steward was Britto. He was shy but wonderful. As is typical, we had towel animals every day, including stingray, monkey, turtle (our favorite), a bat, etc. Read entire member review >>
We were in a balcony mini suite. Our cabin was one of the very few pluses we encountered on the ship. It was nicely laid out, especially when 2 - 9 of our grandchildren were in the room with us, which was every evening and several of the afternoons. The storage space was fantastic. We had only two criticisms: First, I did not like having a pressure-sensitive stocked refrigerator in my cabin. If it was opened and something was moved or removed momentarily, they would try to charge you for it. We find this extremely impractical for a cruise line that purports to be family friendly. Second, there was no stand-alone lighting available if you wanted to sit on the sofa and enhance the ambient light from outside. If you wanted additional lighting, you had to turn on every overhead light in the entire cabin. This arrangement does not work well at all if the other passenger does not want all that light on. The mini suite was also well located for various shipboard activities. Unfortunately, but consistent with our entire RC experience, the cabin was very poorly maintained. We had multiple mechanical problems during the seven days, and it was never convenient to have RC repair the problems in a convenient manner. Read entire member review >>
This was an adjoining JS but you could not hear the other suite. Huge walk in closet with shelves for storage. Was plenty of room and a bathtub! Room for luggage under the bed. Large balcony with 2 chairs, table & lounger. Sofa made out to a bed. Far enough from the elevators but close enough to walk. No issue with this suite. Read entire member review >>
At the end of the hump. Gave us a wonderful view from our balcony in Cozumel.
Flickering lights were fixed twice during the cruise. Our teakettle had a broken switch. Unglued rug was fixed on day two or three.
Nice large closet! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very spacious and we had plenty of room for the two of us. The closet, with both hanging space and shelves was only partially used, even though we emptied our suitcases. The cabin itself was large with a couch, two chairs, a coffee table, and vanity along one wall. This cabin was on Deck 10, and access to the Windjammer was very easy (right up one flight of stairs). A few times there were long waits for the elevator to get down to the Royal Promenade on Deck 5 or our dining hall on Deck 4 but it wasn't that annoying. The balcony was fine for the two of us with space for two deck chairs and a single lounge chair. Only issue here was the two times we were surprised by the hull workers sliding by our balcony as they painted and cleaned the hull. I actually had a conversation with one of the workers as he touched up our balcony while I was reading. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of storage. Junior suite featured a walk-in closet that also served as a dressing room for individual family members.
Comfortable bed; sofa sleeper was not comfortable, however.
Room was quiet, with the exception of noise generated from hallway. Never heard neighbors on either side.
Balcony was nice. Read entire member review >>
We had a JS on deck 10 midship starboard side. Since it was an adjoining cabin it did not have the ususal walk-in closet. However, we had plenty of space for clothes and storage. Actually the cabin seemed a bit larger. Our balcony was great, with a very large and heavy table w/ 2 chairs and a nice lounger. It was perfect for eating and drinking outside. Our cabin was in a great location and the noise level was zero. Read entire member review >>
Junior suite. Middle cabin between port and starboard side. Located at the AFT of the ship. Lots of storage space. Tube TV. Okay view of the sea, but partly blocked by the design of the back of the ship. Read entire member review >>
9318 is in a great, convenient location in the center of the hump. The elevators and stairs are close, but don't make the cabin noisy. Deck 9 is between 2 decks of cabins, so there's little/no noise from above or below. The balcony is large and very private. Read entire member review >>
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