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Two master bedrooms with baths. Two additional bedrooms, each with two Pullman beds and two twin beds that convert to a queen-size bed. Two additional bathrooms with showers and a spacious living area with a sofa bed and dining table. Private balcony with dining area and lounge chairs. (1215 sq. ft., balcony 810 sq. ft.)

Presidential Family Suite (PS)
Decks: Deck 6
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Presidential Family Suite Cabin Reviews
Cabin 6414
Apr 2017
Our New Favorite Ship! By: transam84
Hands down the best cabin we have ever had and we are no strangers to suites. On oasis I had the two bedroom aqua theater suite and this trumps it. We traveled with 3 other couples and we each had our own bedroom and bath. The two masters at each end were spectacular. I had one and my son the other. There were two entrances, one with a beautiful marble foyer. We also had a spacious living room and dining room and the deck is to die for. Yes there is a superstructure, and yes a platform and yes I was worried, but the minute I stepped out on to it all my fears disappeared. There was a beautiful view straight out. It was panoramic! The superstructure in no way hindered it in my opinion. I did not miss looking down at all. I loved the fact that half the deck was covered and half not. I loved the hot tub, and yes we used it. Plenty of comfy lounge chairs and a huge table and bar. This was such a great deal for four couples
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Cabin 6414
Feb 2012
Fantastic room with tons of space. Horrible location on boat with view obstructions that really take away from your cruise experience. The floor of your balcony extends out another 30 feet mast your railing, so no water view like a normal balcony. Ships steel superstructure is almost all you see.
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