This is a corner suite at the front of the ship. It is the largest room I’ve ever been in on a cruise. It was an actual 2 room suite. It had a wraparound balcony, but it wasn’t that usable. I wanted to be able to sit outside on the ... Read More
This is a corner suite at the front of the ship. It is the largest room I’ve ever been in on a cruise. It was an actual 2 room suite. It had a wraparound balcony, but it wasn’t that usable. I wanted to be able to sit outside on the side of the ship, but it was too narrow to sit there - just enough room to stand. The seating for the balcony faced the front which was too windy for sitting when cruising.
There was a sofa bed and armchair in the living room. The sofabed was very uncomfortable to sit on, as the couch was deep and the seat cushions would not stay in place, but the steward gave us extra pillows from the “pillow menu” and we were fine. The bedroom had 2 sets of windows and it was a joy to wake up there in the morning with the sun and sea.
Our only major complaint about the room is that the only US electrical outlets were on one side of the bed. There were 2 plugs there, but nothing on the other side of the bed (I didn’t even see an accessible European outlet there) and only European outlets in the living room. I wish I had known in advance and I would have brought some adapters. I got an extension cord from the front desk ($30 deposit... refunded on return) and was at least able to charge my phone (which I also use as a clock)on my side of the bed. If you have a family of four in that stateroom, you will want adapters for the guests sleeping in the living room. The ship does not have adapters.
The bathroom was fine for 2 people, but would be cramped for 4 people. Read Less