Two bedrooms with twin beds that convert to queen-size beds, two bathrooms (one with shower, one with bathtub), living area with double sofa bed and Pullman bed, and a private balcony. (532 sq. ft., balcony 53 sq. ft.)
It was super large and very comfortable. Only downside was the second bedroom had no electrical outlets at all and was extremely dark. Also the available tv channels are very limited. Read entire member review >>
Our room was huge. 2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms, living room, and closet. It was dingy though. Very out dated and noisy. We were under the pool area and you can hear everything. The room also creaks 24/7 when moving. Remmy, the stateroom attendant, was amazing though! Wish we could have taken him home with us! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was adequate with plenty of storage space especially in the walk-in closet. The bathrooms were small, but since there were shelves next to and below the counter, we had no issues. The beds were very comfortable and the linens very nice. Our complaints about the cabin were: the entry hallway was very narrow (and we are not wide-bodied seniors); there was too much furniture in the living room; the curtain to the master bedroom was frayed with the pull cord was lying on the floor; and the carpet needed to be tacked down. Due to the location of the suite on deck 8, we were constantly bothered by the scraping of furniture on the deck above us and the incessant boom of the base drum which accompanied any music on the pool deck. Mercifully, the noise abated by the time we went to bed each night, but it did make sitting in the cabin during the day less than pleasant.
The special suite perks and the superior service by the Suite Concierge made the trip for us. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fantastic! 6 adults in the cabin, and there was plenty of room for all of us, and privacy for each couple. 2 bathrooms was very handy, we enjoyed the 2 ways to access the balcony. I, being an early riser, and having the master bedroom, could get up in the morning go out and get coffee, and go out on the balcony without disturbing anyone else in the cabin. There is a slider in the living room and one in the master. The balcony is great, there were 4 lounge chairs with tables between, plus a small table and 4 chairs, and still plenty of space to invite 20 friends for a private sail-away party. It is a very quiet room and balcony. It is below the spa and above a row of Jr. Suites. The beds were very comfortable, no complaints from anyone. The perks that come with the room were fantastic. Loved the reserved seating in the Theater, with choosing the early seating for dinner in the MDR, the reserved seating was a blessing. the seating in that area is very comfortable, and the view of the stage is great. We went to both the Diamond Lounge and the Concierge Lounge to get a feel for both. We ended up in the Concierge Lounge nightly. We enjoyed the location and view from there. The service was fantastic up there as were the hors d'oeuvres. The Concierge and the bar staff up there are a fantastic team of people and we enjoyed spending time there each night before dinner. Read entire member review >>
Room is right below pool deck. The sound of the lounge furniture being moved and the live band emanated into our room. It was annoying.The bathrooms were on the small side.It's an odd cabin. Will not stay in the cabin ever ever again. Read entire member review >>
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