Picture a floor-to-ceiling window/sliding glass door that leads to gorgeous sunsets on your personal veranda. In this 506-square-foot suite, you'll enjoy a sitting area, an individually controlled lighting system and many other amenities.
Loved the cabin. The table tennis was directly overhead so some noise during the day was expected. When there was noise at 10 pm, I complained and it was sorted immediately. Super verandah, had butler service breakfast there every day. The rooms were tidied 3 times a day. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin, huge balcony, bit noisy overhead at times but not a big issue.Better 3rd person bed, perhaps upgrade of the lounge suite or better mattress.Perhaps bigger fridge.Huge closest space, good views, handy location to lifts.Well fitted out, wonderful main bed, perhaps a doona would be nice.Blankets for deck would be good in cool weather to snuggle up on the deck chairs. Read entire member review >>
Royal suite 1041 is divided into 5 areas, the living area has two sofas, occasional table and large flat screen TV, the dining area had a small dining table and bar area with a small fridge and the bedroom had a very comfortable bed and two bedside tables with alarm clock, iPad dock and a second large flat screen TV. The wash room had a full size whirlpool tub and a separate shower stall and two sinks with ample room for bits and pieces. The balcony deserves special mention, it was huge, there was a teak round table and four chairs plus two sun loungers, two foot stools and a coffee table and still there was plenty of room in fact it looked quite bare. Read entire member review >>
Royal Suite 1046:
Nice size room
Fantastic large balcony- round table with 4 chairs, two loungers and 2 side tables
Great bathroom: 1 solo shower and 1 combo whirlpool bath/ shower
non-smoking room and balcony
Fresh fruit replenished daily
Pull out sofa was comfortable to sleep on.
Announcements were very rarely made in the stateroom.
Closest royal suite to the middle of the ship
Walls are sooo thin, the thinnest of any cruise ship I have been on. Can hear everything next door... talking and tv etc.
So much furniture: Table with 4 chairs, love seat, full size couch, 2 sitting chairs, 1 4x4 coffee table.
Light switches needed to be updated
Not enough closet space, especially for a suite that size
Not Enough outlets
No wet bar, there is a place for one but it is not there.
Can hear Hall noise in the cabin.
Storage compartments in the hall touch the outside walls of suite. When opened and closed can hear the banging as if it were inside the stateroom.
From living room can hear the crew going in and out of some interior door. Cannot hear it from bedroom. Read entire member review >>
lots of storage, large rooms, enormous balconywell worth having. very very clean. the bed was comfortable, and all the small details added together to make a very lovely holiday Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1041, Royal Suite. Balcony was spacious and grand but teak needed treatment. Bedroom felt cramped and bed was not very comfortable. Some electrical problems with foyer lighting and surround system/dvd in living room did not function properly.
Having 2 flat screens in cabin was decadent and enjoyable. Lighted art niches were nice touch. Couches were uncomfortable, but overall decor was nice.
Amenities that accompany this cabin selection are welcomed and appreciated. Read entire member review >>
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