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Separate Bedroom: Two twin beds (convert to king). Full bathroom with shower/whirlpool tub/ double sinks. Large closet. Living Room: Double sofa bed and one lower pullman. Sofa, armchairs and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full Bathroom with shower.

Captain's Suite (CS)
Decks: Deck 9
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Captain's Suite Cabin Reviews
Cabin 9203
Apr 2016
Cabin was very spacious with lots of light and wonderful large windows. Bedding was fairly comfortable. On our last cruise, the CS had two pullman bunk beds, This cabin only had one. With three sons, the two pullmans are better for us. Bathrooms are large and there's always lots of hot water. The balcony was fabulous and partially covered. Not too noisy but we did have neighbors who were very loud and possibly stayed drunk most of the trip. Closets are large with plenty of storage. This CS is our favorite.
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Cabin 9202
May 2015
We were celebrating a double graduation (my son and myself both graduated college two nights before this cruise), so we knew we wanted it to be special. We decided to "live like a King" as my husband put it, and go for the Captain's suite. It was awesome!!! Since there are three adult sharing a room, we usually like some extra space so we aren't cramped. There was no problem of that in here. The room is beautiful. The two huge front windows look out the front of the ship-what a view. There is an L-shaped couch, tables, a chair, endtables, a desk, small fridge, pull down bed, two bathrooms, a large bedroom with a queen bed, a spacious balcony with fantastic views....I can't say enough good stuff about this room. It was a once in a lifetime experience, worth every penny because we enjoyed it so much. Almost every night we got a little something from the hotel manager as he's called-a huge fruit and cheese basket with champagne, chocolate covered strawberries, canapes, fudge and macaroons....yum. even had our own table in the dining room that was just for us-no waiting in line, the maitre d Godi told us to just ask for him and we will be seated. That came in handy on formal nights. It was nice to be "king" for a week. If you are looking to share a room or if you have a family with a couple of kids (big or small) this suite may be for you. The couch becomes a queen size bed, there is a pull down bed which my son said was very comfy, and a queen bed in the master bedroom. Plenty of storage and two bathrooms which came in handy when two people wanted to shower at the same time. Makes getting ready a lot easier! We loved this room and our stewards Ryan and his coworker (whose name I can't remember) were fantastic. We can't wait until our next cruise.
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Cabin 9203
Oct 2011
If you are a couple - or two singles - the upgrade to 9203 is VERY worth it if you do not need a bathtub. It is a handicap accessible room, which makes the bathroom HUGE - and provides plenty of floor space. Since the room is at the front of the ship - you have an ocean view in an inside category stateroom. It's a little more than the standard upgraded inside stateroom, but for two singles or a couple - it is definitely worth it! The room is quiet, no noise above or below. Plus it is on the Lido deck, so most of what you use most is on your deck!
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