I have made 117 cruises on most of the ships of the world, the small and large. I went on this cruise to just enjoy the ship as I had been to the various ports many times.My son and I were in a Royal suite and the balcony had a Jacuzzi on the deck where I went every day that we were at sea as I enjoyed the privacy of my own "hot tub" and watching the world or sea go by. Our butler was outstanding and served very nice breakfast on the white table clothed table.
We had access to Michael's Club which was only for suite guests and there was champagne, wine or anything you wanted free throughout the day. Also enjoyed the happy hours particularly on formal night. Most people respected formal night and dressed appropriately. By going to the select dining room early, we never had to wait for a table and with the suite we were allowed in the Aqua Blu restaurant. We enjoyed the crepes in the Bistro on occasion as well. With the suite we got free dinners at both of the special restaurants.
The walk-in closet was big enough to handle all of our clothes and was very easy to access. The TV screens in the living room and the bed room were nice to have for keeping up with the news and on occasion seeing a movie. For St. Petersburg I hired a car and guide on the internet for two days and visited Peterhof and did a tour of the city by car and then a boat trip through the canals. I had been to this port several times before and was happy to avoid the crowds on the buses. Did also have a brief visit the new Faberge Museum.
This is a great cabin with large balcony and Jacuzzi on the balcony. It has a nice bedroom, dining room, and sitting room with 40 inch TVs in bedroom and sitting room. It comes with a butler and welcoming champagne and a bottle of vodka and Scotch in case you want to make your own drinks. Its location close to the stern is great for going up to the buffet or down to the dining room.