Two bedrooms with twin beds that convert to queen-size beds (one room with third and fourth Pullman beds), two bathrooms (one with shower, one with bathtub), living area with double sofa bed, private balcony, and concierge service. (512 sq. ft., balcony 208 sq. ft.)
We had this cabin full with 8 of us. There was a ton of closet space, 3 in the main bed room, 1 in the small one and a walk in one across from the bathroom. We had no problem with not having enough room, the other 2 in our group were in our room fairly often too. The balcony was huge with 2 lounge chairs and a table with 4 chairs. The beds were comfortable. One daughter said the fold down couch bed was good, other said it was just okay. Both bedrooms had nice big vanity's to get ready, with really good lighting. Read entire member review >>
i loved having two "bedrooms" and a gold out couch in my cabin, and two bathrooms (one with a full tub), and a ton of storage space. We ate in our cabin a couple times, but I wish i had done it more. Read entire member review >>
Material condition was substandard for any cabin but especially for a suite. The sliding glass door was clouded by condensation and the couch was stained. Two light fixtures malfunctioned during our cruise. Read entire member review >>
Our room was great as it was spacious for 2 families. The balcony is amazing with plenty of lounge chairs, plus a large table and chairs. There is plenty of storage room. The tv is a large flat screen with an amazing bose sound system. The only negative is the long walk to the back of the ship but that is a small price to pay for the amazing view out the back. Our room was quiet and we did not hear noise from anywhere else. Read entire member review >>
Absolutely the best!
Great views, fantastic large balcony, walk-in closet, huge rooms, 2 bathrooms. We had 5 of us adults in there, and never did it feel cramped. Surround sound in the living room, bring a DVD or two in case you want a "alone family night". Read entire member review >>
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