Two lower beds convertible to 1 king-size bed, bathroom with dual sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath, shower and additional shower stall, large sitting area, dressing room, private verandah, 1 sofa bed for 2 persons, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 506â€“590 sq. ft. including verandah.
Located 7 aft at end of ship with wrap around veranda-7132 is a lovely, spacious suite and plenty of room for 3 adults. Abundant storage with 5 closets, space under each bed for luggage, several cabinates and drawers and even 2 stools which double as storage cubes. We left the two beds as twin which seemed to make room bigger. The bed in the sofa was very comfortable as it is a molded foam type. nice touches with binoculars, blankets and large, flat screen tv. Read entire member review >>
Huge with vastly more storage space than was even needed (more than one closet per person). Dressing area off bathroom. Minibar which worked. Adequate veranda with table and chairs. Only complaints were that proximity to the service entrance to the lounge did mean noise at opening and closing, before 7 AM and after 8 PM; and that there was no privacy curtain between sleeping areas, which meant that we had to do with poor lighting while kids were trying to sleep. Read entire member review >>
We were quite spoiled and had a Neptune Suite for this cruise. We have two elementary aged children and needed a little extra room and we got that and more. I've never been more comfortable on a cruise but the Neptune Suite made traveling in a smaller room in the future a much bigger pill to swallow. Read entire member review >>
Spacious accomidations large windows and door opens out to verandah. When looking out picture window from bed you see the ocean. What a wonderful sight to see. Besides lounges you have a large round table to dine on verandah. The couches are leather, you have a mini bar and comfortable upholstered chairs. You have a private shower as well as a jacuzzi tub and shower. Two sinks which we only used the one. Read entire member review >>
We booked the corner aft suite 4176 and as we have stayed at the opposite end on the Eurodam in (4181) were pleasantly surprised not to see any major changes from before. The room is a great space with King size bed and under bed storage, loads of closet space with tons of hangers and good drawer and cabinet space throughout. The one change we noted is that you must insert your key card into a slot next to your door upon entering the room to engage the lights and electric. This is a great energy saving feature however tough to charge any iPods, iPad; unless you were in the room with the keycard in the slot. Our bathroom was spacious with a double sink, shower and separate tub. We also noticed a great touch with the addition of Molton Brown bath products in our room: we received Kadu Plum shampoo, conditioner and lotion in a generous 2.7oz size. This was in addition to the Elemis products already found in the room. In fact we commented on how much quieter our room was compared to the Eurodam during rougher seas as there was not the creaking nor groaning we heard in February. Read entire member review >>
Deluxe suite (6062) SB category. Very spacious for three passengers. Couch turned into bed at night was comfortable. Bathroom had two sinks, shower and tub and a dressing room. Room had 6 closets, desk, and a nice balcony. Read entire member review >>
Bed: good quality, very comfortable. Good linens.
Closet space/drawers: We were able to put all our belongings away.
Suitcases fit under the bed.
Balcony. Good size.
Noise level: Could not hear anyone in another cabin.
A/C: Quiet. Read entire member review >>
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