Find the Lowest Harmony of the Seas Price

Easily compare prices from multiple sites with one click

Crown Loft Suite (L1) Cabin Reviews

Loved, loved loved the crown loft suite. It looks like a swanky New York Loft styled by the Westin hotel. Having two bathrooms (one with a tub) made getting ready for the day so much easier. The layout is just perfect. We never felt ... Read More
Loved, loved loved the crown loft suite. It looks like a swanky New York Loft styled by the Westin hotel. Having two bathrooms (one with a tub) made getting ready for the day so much easier. The layout is just perfect. We never felt cramped. The only thing I would change is to maybe take one or two chairs out. There seemed to be too much furniture. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Crown Loft Suites come in two flavors - L1 and L2. L1's look out the sides, L2 looks out over the sports area and the flow riders - and provide zero privacy as a result. Even the L1s must be carefully chosen if you want privacy on ... Read More
Crown Loft Suites come in two flavors - L1 and L2. L1's look out the sides, L2 looks out over the sports area and the flow riders - and provide zero privacy as a result. Even the L1s must be carefully chosen if you want privacy on the deck - the 17th deck is curved, and so the first 3 cabins or so (on either end) are partially visible from the public areas on deck 16. I had cabin 1758 (fourth back from lounge) and it was well situated. Suite is super large, two full bathrooms, bedroom upstairs. Fold out couch on main level that would perfect for a family suite. Suite lounge was steps from the cabin, and they offer all-day beer and wine for free (and no one stops you from taking it and leaving the lounge - though the instruction sheet says not to). Happy hour you can also get mixed drinks for free and an amazing array of canapes. Snacks are Not delivered to your cabin each afternoon - you get your own. I prefer this - it's at the time of my choosing, and the items I want. No bottle of bubbly in the room, but again, go to the suite lounge and get it whenever you want it. The Crown Lofts are part of the Royal Sky class perks - bottom line is that reservations for shows in the main theater and the aquatheater are not needed - you can just show up before the show and get in. Other venues still need reservations. They reserve seats in the upper section of the main and the top rows of the aqua theater. The cabin also came with two "Wow bands" - RFID bands that can open you cabin door, access to the suite sun deck, etc. But the bands only work on about 2/3 of the slot machines, and are a hassle for ordering a drink because waiters need to take it back to their station - they don't have handheld readers. We had a good cabin attendant who was full of bubbly enthusiasm - but a little too much when in the hallway greeting guests. I was often woken from a nice nap by his booming voice. We also had an issue with sewer gas smell up by the bed when the upstairs toilet was flushed. Engineering looked at it promptly, but it was a first heard and they weren't able to resolve it. It dissipated quickly, but was unpleasant. Concierges were very nice, but not sure of the value - no express boarding or disembarkation (no reserved elevator for instance). Instructions for how to make the most of your perks were unclear. Since I had already made all my dinner reservations online I didn't make use of their help as I could have (though they always asked how they could help, I just didn't happen to need any). The cabin needs to come with a video or something of all its features. Really. I just posted one to you tube that you might want to watch (look it up as crown loft suite 1758). Suite sun deck was lightly used but a great area. All the seats and lounges had cushions, private bar area with potato chips to snack on, private little hot tub. Sunny areas, shady areas, more music, less music. Sun deck tip: when leaving the area the button to release the gate is on the middle hand rail. Kinda hidden. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
What a stunning suite. I have no complaints about the room at all. It was just absolutely beautiful and we felt so privileged to be able to experience living in that kind of luxury! We loved the lofty, airy feeling and the modern decor. ... Read More
What a stunning suite. I have no complaints about the room at all. It was just absolutely beautiful and we felt so privileged to be able to experience living in that kind of luxury! We loved the lofty, airy feeling and the modern decor. There was ample storage space, and it was nice to have two bathrooms and areas to get ready. The bed was super comfortable and the views were stunning. We could see down to the deck if we stood by the railing, yet had privacy if we wanted it. Close to the coastal kitchen and stairs, and not a sound to be heard to bother us at any point during the cruise. Absolute joy staying in this room and wish we could do it again. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Gotta do it! : Cabin 1756
May not ever be able to go back any other type of cabin! Cabin stewards were above and beyond in attentiveness, attention to detail, and friendliness. Same with the concierge service of Raj and Jeramiahs in the Suite Lounge...
May not ever be able to go back any other type of cabin! Cabin stewards were above and beyond in attentiveness, attention to detail, and friendliness. Same with the concierge service of Raj and Jeramiahs in the Suite Lounge... Read Less
Sail Date December 2016
Our cabin was very spacious. We had 2 Crown Loft suites for our family of 5. Everything worked great and the view of the sport court and mini golf was cool.
Our cabin was very spacious. We had 2 Crown Loft suites for our family of 5. Everything worked great and the view of the sport court and mini golf was cool. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016

Already Booked?

Get to know who you’ll be sailing with