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Aquatheater Suite with Balcony Cabins

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(823 sq. ft., balcony 772 sq. ft.) Two bedrooms, beds can convert to Queen, two Pullman beds. Vanity with chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, dining room, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms - master bath with tub. Expansive balcony with table and chairs.

Aquatheater Suite with Balcony (A1)
Decks: Deck 8
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Aquatheater Suite with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin 12330
Jun 2017
Cabin 8330
Jun 2017
Like a city on water By: jlambda
The balcony was unbelievable with seating area for 8 plus bar type siting along rails. 3 lounge chairs and much more. 2 bedrooms and 2 bathroom large sitting area with pull out couch and small 4 person dining table. Halls were wide for my dads chair. He does walk short distances 10 to 20 feet so going into the bedroom and on to the deck was not a problem. This is not a handicap suite.
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Cabin 9330
Apr 2017
Spring Break 2017 By: fifi_usa
This room is amazing!!! Up to 8 passengers, and the service you get with this stateroom is the best! One master bedroom with a bathroom and a king bed, one bedroom with 4 twin beds and a nice sleeper sofa in the main living room!
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Cabin 10330
Apr 2017
The AquaTheater room (10330) itself was a very good size, never felt cramped for our family of 6, and the balcony was gigantic- probably bigger than the room itself! Probably our favorite memories were made just watching the nightly diving show in the Aquatheater, or even the Belly flop contest during the day. And watching the ship sail away in the evening or having 270 degree panoramic views at night was breathtaking. While other reviewers made some comments about the sound at night, we never found it to be a problem and in fact, this was likely the quietest room we've ever had on a ship. The room steward was actually more attentive than our genie, and was always the first to say good morning and the first to ask the kids about their day. Overall, one of the best rooms on the ship- and the only problem is the fact it's at the very end of the hallway, so it does make for a long walk back and forth. However, being at the stern was no issue for us- Allure was so stable the entire time, you simply could not tell if you were moving at all if you were in the interior of the ship. The only complaint was that it was a long walk to the end to get to the room.
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Cabin 12729
Mar 2017
Amazing boat, horrible food By: Maureen mish
Amazing views!! Will go on this boat again and get the same room. Rooms are very small 2 adults and 3 kids
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Cabin 6548
Feb 2017
Excellent. Would be nice to have a tour of the different staterooms, would make future choice selection of accommodations easier.
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Cabin 8730
Jul 2015
Cabin 6630
Apr 2014
Amazing!! By: Mr.Pricker
good thank you
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Cabin 14154
Dec 2013
Stateroom was a bit small but functional. Lots of places to store stuff and keep out of the way. Balcony was a bonus for us.
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Mar 2011
Allure of The Seas By: travelerpl
Loved our cabin on the 14th deck over looking the Aqua-theater. We especially loved the isolated deck at the end of the hall where 5 or 6 lounge chairs were set up. It was like our own private deck. What a nice touch! the bathroom was fine and the room was very adequate for the two of us. I thought it was even bigger than most.
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