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Royal Suites feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a separate living room with dining area, queen sofa sleeper, lounge seating, wet bar, surround sound entertainment system with large television, a powder room, European-style butler service, and priority check-in and debarkation. The bedroom features a queen size bed, large television, vanity, walk-in closet, master bathroom with whirlpool tub, shower stall, and double washbasins.

Royal Suite (RS)
Decks: Deck 10 | Deck 11
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Royal Suite Cabin Reviews
Cabin 1622
Apr 2017
Cabin vibrated heavily. I would not recommend this room.
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Cabin 1239
Jul 2016
Loved the suite! Big and roomy and loved the bar in the room. The sink there was very convenient. Had breakfast brought in several times so we didn't have to wait for a table in the dining rooms/buffet. Our butler (George) did everything for us. Great balcony - the hot tub out there was the best part - used it late at night to relax with a glass of wine. Whirlpool tub is great after a long day being out and about on excursions. Bedroom closet roomy and the bed was comfy (use can have your head and legs elevated).
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Cabin 1624
Oct 2015
Great cabin, very spacious, full bathroom and small powder room which is fabulous having two bathrooms.
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Cabin 1607
Sep 2015
The room was very nice. Spacious, clean, enough storage for four guests if you used the pull out couch in the living room. The bathroom was spacious with two sinks, and the extra powder room was very handy. The bedroom was a little tight around the edges, but adequate. The bed itself had a remote control, and you could lift your head and/or feet, and vibrate as well. The balcony was large with a jacuzzi tub. The tub's jets were not very powerful but it was nice to take a little bath looking out over the Mediterranean Sea. The living room TV did not work properly for a few days. They would fix it but the problem would reappear the next day. We kind of gave up on it. Our butler was very attentive, perhaps too much so. I asked for tonic and diet coke, and within two days we had amazed 20 cans each. I would stay in the same room again anytime.
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