Royal Family Suite with Balcony
(580 sq. ft., balcony 238 sq. ft.) Two bedrooms beds (can convert to Queen), two Pullman beds. Vanity with chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms - master bath with tub. Private balcony with table and chairs.

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Royal Family Suite with Balcony (FS) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
Now granted we were upgraded from a Jr suite to this cabin, so our value was huge. Yes a pretty crazy upgrade for us. This meant that there were just two of us in this two bedroom suite. Anyone looking at two cabins should consider this ... Read More
Now granted we were upgraded from a Jr suite to this cabin, so our value was huge. Yes a pretty crazy upgrade for us. This meant that there were just two of us in this two bedroom suite. Anyone looking at two cabins should consider this room, unless you want the complete privacy of two separate cabins. Plus consider the suite perks of this over two regular cabins. The cabin is the size of three 'regular' balcony cabins. The balcony is the size of 4-5 regular balcony balconies. It is all really wow. So much space for all your stuff. Now if you maxed out the occupancy, it would then be back to normal storage space per person. So much space in the living room to lounge out. So mush space on the balcony. The balcony is just immense. It had two lounges with a small table and a regular sized table with four chairs. It could of had two more lounge chairs and small tables and would have still had plenty of open space. The binoculars on this balcony were useless. I am guessing that they have been there since the beginning. Corrosion had wore through parts and lots of debris filled the inside. Of course you get two separate bedrooms. We never touched anything in the second bedroom, but it is fine for two or three with a kid. I think four in there would be packed, but with more people, more value. And the two separate bathrooms. I saw some complaints about this master bathroom as opposed to the grand suite bathroom as this master bathroom is much smaller. Never though I would be naming the cabin bathrooms as I would never have two of them. It was fine to us, especially because we had the second bath, but I could see the complaint in the comparison of the two. They are two different rooms though. I went to use the bathtub to shower, but my head hit the ceiling once standing in the tub as it is a good distance off the regular floor. I am 6 feet tall, so not overly tall and my head was on the ceiling. The second bath was small, but adequate for a bathroom and my head was far away from the ceiling. All the others traveling with us had a variety of rooms, grand suites, jr suites, balconies inside and oceanside, so we got to see a bunch of different cabins. I am always fine in a regular balcony room and really enjoyed the Jr suite before, but the size of this was off the charts. Room location was great. Not far from the aft elevators, then walk down one to central park, or elevator straight up to the suites lounge and Coastal Kitchen, or straight down to the main dining room. Dazzles was at those aft elevators and it was nice on the way back at night to stop in for some good live music in a nice two story lounge/club. The room was overall clean, except the couch and two arm chairs. The couch was covered in stains, as was my fathers couch in a grand suite. The two arm chairs were lighter in color and they showed the oily dirt all over where people normally touch chairs. Like I said in the main review I saw this all over the ship, so hopefully they get some new furniture in dry dock week. Carpet looked perfectly fine. bedding, towels were all perfect. Bedrooms furniture was fine as were the baths floors and counters. Deck furniture was all teak and fine also. The room was not decorated like a fancy suite, I saw it as more of a normal rooms decoration, but a much bigger room. I think the grand suite had a little more 'nice' things in it. Could be because this room is designed to hold a lot of people and probably does that a lot, maybe why the furniture is so beat. Excellent room. Amazing balcony. Good location. Read Less
Truly wowed. : Cabin forgot
Sail Date: May 2017
Felt like home we had friends and family on the ship so we spent extra time in our suite and never felt crowed my niece stayed with us and had a bedroom of her own. Balcony was over 200 square feet ,the extras were well enjoyed. Read More
Felt like home we had friends and family on the ship so we spent extra time in our suite and never felt crowed my niece stayed with us and had a bedroom of her own. Balcony was over 200 square feet ,the extras were well enjoyed. Read Less
Awsome cruise : Cabin 11166
Sail Date: May 2016
lots of room and larger balcony Read More
lots of room and larger balcony Read Less
Almost Perfect! : Cabin 9244
Sail Date: September 2015
Plenty of space for our family of four, way more than enough storage. Two bathrooms were a definite plus, and having a bath tub was an interesting option. We were designated "port side", but were rarely facing the port. The ... Read More
Plenty of space for our family of four, way more than enough storage. Two bathrooms were a definite plus, and having a bath tub was an interesting option. We were designated "port side", but were rarely facing the port. The ports were not all that picturesque. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2015
Outstanding suite that well exceeded our expectations. We decided to get a suite rather than get 3 separate rooms. This worked perfectly. The living room was larger than expected and we used the balcony all of the time with a full table ... Read More
Outstanding suite that well exceeded our expectations. We decided to get a suite rather than get 3 separate rooms. This worked perfectly. The living room was larger than expected and we used the balcony all of the time with a full table and chairs and two lounge chairs. There were 2 nicely-appointed bathrooms and the master bathroom was larger than my city apartment! Read Less

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