(275 sq. ft., balcony 85 sq. ft.) Private balcony. Two twin beds (convertible to king-size bed). Sitting area consisting of sofa, armchair and coffee table. TV with A/V input plate; telephone; 110 AC current; individual climate control; wall safe; 2 large closets; walk-in dressing area with vanity table and chair; full bathroom with shower/whirlpool tub and double sinks; hair dryer; mini bar. Balcony: Patio chairs and table.
Lots of room. Bathroom was huge didnt feel like you were on a ship. Heaps of strorage. Would definately choose a suite again after experiencing both normal room and suite. Worth every penny. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was great (aside from the whirlpool not working). Quite roomy and the balcony was huge. Bring an extension cord if you use CPAP machines or noise generators. Also a power strip. Recommend minimum 15 foot cord.
Our steward was absolutely the best. Read entire member review >>
We had an ocean suite on the port side. It was worth it to upgrade to the suite! It was very clean and comfortable. We loved the towel animals every night! Our steward was very attentive and friendly. Read entire member review >>
Ocean Suite 6170 was spacious, with 2 hanging closets, a chest of 4 big drawers, and a vanity/dressing room area. The sofa converts to a twin bed and there is a bunk stowed in the ceiling for a 4th person. The bathroom has a proper bathtub an adult can sit down in. The suite location is good, quiet, not close to any service doors, etc. The one downfall is that there are only two outlets - one on the face of the vanity in the dressing room, and one high up behind the TV. I had to ask for an extension cord, which was cheerfully supplied, but having it snaking across the floor so a CPAP machine could be used was not safe or convenient. We definitely needed a power strip to keep electronics charged. There is a laundry room on Deck 6, with two washers and 4 dryers ($3) and a detergent vending machine, all used via your sign and sail card. Read entire member review >>
6158 on the Port side of the Miracle was a great room. No interior room across the hall, midship. 2 electric outlets. One in bathroom, one behind TV. Large balcony with 2 chairs, table and a lounger (one of the chairs also reclined). This is a quad OS with a couch/bed and a pull down bunk. Read entire member review >>
Our suite was great. Very compact, of course, but plenty of storage space. More than we really needed and two of us do not know how to pack light. The marble bathroom was awesome, with a whirlpool tub. We were excited to have an extended balcony, including a chaise lounge, which saw a lot of use on the sea days! Our room steward, Rony, was kind enough to provide us with egg crate toppers for our mattresses, which made our beds super comfortable. Our cabin was at the rear of the ship, so there was some vibration from the engines, but it was not significant and it never bothered us. Read entire member review >>
we have always booked a ocean suite and loved it, but the Miracle had more usable space, closets than we had had on other ships Everything worked everytime everyday , the stewart did a admirable job and absolutely np complaints, cabin was quiet, on deck 6, balcony was spacious, Read entire member review >>
Miracle cabin 6166, and Ocean Suite, is a fabulous room! I was scared after reading a previous review, but I question whether that person actually stayed in this cabin. The bed was firm but extremely comfortable. The pillows were great. The carpet was extremely clean...you could walk around in white socks all day and not get so much as a smudge of dirt from the floor. The room is very spacious, has loads of storage space in closets, drawers, cabinets, under the bed, you name it. If you can't find room for your stuff, there is something wrong with you, not the room! The light switches took getting used to, but it was great how you could control many different types and levels of lighting. This was especially nice since we didn't all go to sleep at the same time. The bathroom was huge -- double sink with granite countertops, lots of space for toiletries, etc., full-size shower with a nice adjustable shower head and a clothesline. The shower doors do have a gap where they close, but it has zero effect on water containment. The provided body wash and shampoo are a bit watered down making it hard to get a lather with the ship's hard water. I used the provided bar soap and my own shampoo, but the rest of the family used what the ship provided.
The location of this suite is ideal! It could not be more centrally located. If you want to go forward, turn left. To go aft, turn right. There is nothing across the hall. It was exceedingly quiet. We didn't even realize we had neighbors until we saw them on the balcony watching for pier runners in Puerto Vallarta. Speaking of the balcony, it was much bigger than we expected and had an excellent vantage point. There were two chairs and a lounger out there, but we could easily have fit another lounger if we needed it.
This is a great suite -- don't hesitate to book it if you get the chance! Read entire member review >>
Fabulous cabin! Large bathroom with jetted tub & great shower & dual sinks. Dressing area with lighted mirror, vanity & stool, & closets. Main cabin area is very spacious with 2 additional closets, plenty of drawers and storage, a bar area, a couch, chair & cocktail table. Large expanse of floor to ceiling windows. The balcony is very long with 2 chairs, a table and a lounger. Read entire member review >>
After initially having some concerns about the potential of bad weather, the much lower off season prices quickly got our attention and we booked our first every OS suite 6174 for less than any previous balcony! The room was excellent with almost twice the square footage, flat screen TV, a bigger balcony, lottsa room for storage, and a normal sized bathroom with a tub! Read entire member review >>
Deck 6 Empress rooms 6168 and 6170 we joined the balconies for access to each room. Very quiet. Great Balcony.
Rooms were large. Lots of storage and closet space. Large bathroom with double sink and jacuzzi tub. Read entire member review >>
We were surprised by the amount of storage space. Wish we brought more clothes to use it all! The light switches had dimmers which was nice but it took getting used to how they worked. Balcony had one lounger, two chairs and a small table. Good amount of floor space in the cabin. We were spoiled. Our cabin was starboard and the inside cabin doors are on portside so we probably had less traffic. Read entire member review >>
Spacious cabin, two full closets, plenty of drawer space, larger bathroom with two sinks and a tub. Hallway noisy at night due to crew space across from room but not annoying. Big balcony with lounge chair, two chairs, and table. Great view. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6174 (Ocean Suite) has spoiled us for all future cruises. It was the perfect location and very quiet. I am a light sleeper and I slept better than I have in a couple of years. Great balcony, two closets awesome. The bathroom also had two sinks. Read entire member review >>
Great closet space, double sink bathroom, hairdryer, safe (credit card access), pull out sofa, bar area, sitting area, extra large balcony. Comfy bed, quiet and calm midship. Prefer this location than the bow or aft - very rough in these areas of the ship.
Overall, nice room....ocean suite. Read entire member review >>
Our Ocean Suite cabin 6327 (actually an oversized cabin) was great. The ship diagram does not correctly show the balcony size of the cabin. Most ocean suites have a deep balcony the width of the cabin. This cabin had an extra long (about 20 ft) standard depth balcony. One minor inconvenience is that the in room safe can only be used with a magnetic card rather than a numeric code. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7296 size was great, plenty of storage, balcony was very spacious. Always kept tidy. Beds were not too comfortable, hard and worn. Bathroom and dressing area great size. Water pressure in shower terrible but same on past cruises with all cruise lines. Read entire member review >>
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