Junior Suite
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed), and concierge service. (390 sq. ft., balcony 89 sq. ft.)

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Junior Suite (J3) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: May 2019
I think it was J3; not sure of the difference. The stateroom was large, with a huge aft facing balcony. Due to the location of the staterooms on the aft (their own corridor), it is quite quiet back there. We did hear some noise from The ... Read More
I think it was J3; not sure of the difference. The stateroom was large, with a huge aft facing balcony. Due to the location of the staterooms on the aft (their own corridor), it is quite quiet back there. We did hear some noise from The Windjammer above, but not much. It was a connecting stateroom, but we never heard anything from that room. We could hear the TV coming from the room on the other side; and could hear people on their balconies when we were on ours (both next to us and below us). We like the aft, and love aft views; it's a bit hard to actually see the water when you are sitting down due to the substructure. Our stateroom attendant was great. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2018
Huge cabin with great accessible bath and a huge walk in closet with changing area. There is a lot of wasted open space in the stateroom and the TV is very small for the room. This is an old room that still functions with nothing special ... Read More
Huge cabin with great accessible bath and a huge walk in closet with changing area. There is a lot of wasted open space in the stateroom and the TV is very small for the room. This is an old room that still functions with nothing special from the new updated ship. Read Less

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