Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathroom with dual-sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath & shower & additional shower stall, large sitting area, private verandah, 1 sofa bed for 1 person, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 273â€“456 sq. ft. including verandah.
Excellent. Comfortable beds, lots of room, lots of storage space. Love the extra room on the balcony, and two sinks in the bathroom. Only problem was the first night the air conditioning was on high and they couldn't fix till next morning. I called and was told it wasn't just our room, but a section of rooms. They brought us blankets and everything was fine by the time we returned the next day from our first island visit. No problems with heat or cold the rest of the trip. Read entire member review >>
Definitely worth paying for the upgrade to a superior verandah suite. Our friends were in a verandah suite & there was no comparison. Our cabin had much more closet/storage space, a bigger seating area, a much larger bathroom with jacuzzi bath tub & shower, & separate shower, & double vanity unit, plus a much larger verandah. Read entire member review >>
Essentially spotless, with perhaps a few scuffs here and there. Bathroom was immaculate. Minor issue with the shower nozzle holder in the stall shower, which they corrected when I reported it. Loved the double desks and the double sinks. Read entire member review >>
SPACIOUS! The extra room was much appreciated. I took advantage of an inexpensive, last minute upgrade and saved big compared to buying the suite at the original prices. Got an email notification and had to act fast, but got the last upgrade. Read entire member review >>
Our suite cabin was wonderful - we upgraded from a veranda a few weeks before sailing and were very happy we did. The last minute price was reasonable, and the extra room and amenities in the cabin were extremely enjoyable during a long cruise. We'll find it hard to go back to regular veranda cabins! The bathroom was terrific, with a jacuzzi tub, separate shower and a long vanity with two sinks and shelf underneath. There was a huge flat screen HD television, and they upgraded the programming as we sailed (the new system had been installed immediately before this cruise). Two desk areas were great to provide two people enough space. Room service was excellent, and we used the large balcony much more than on other cruises because it was spacious with table/chairs and lounge chairs. Read entire member review >>
Large starboard just aft of mid-ships. Handy for 6 lifts in one direction and 4 in the other.
Excellent balcony with table and 2 chairs suitable for dining and 2 woven loungers and footstools with occasional table.
Rug for chilly days and an umbrella. 6 foot sofa can accommodate a 3rd. plenty of storage but weird hanging arrangement. Would need adjusting with 3rd occupant. Huge bathroom ./ Whirlpool bath and separate shower 2 wash basins and good storage. Fridge. Good lighting but some switches for lamps not obvious.
Fresh fruit and flowers, robes and slippers. Read entire member review >>
Nice balcony...when they weren't using the varnish...couldn't use it for a day and half.
Nice closet space
Rug was badly stained
Good view, not great, lifeboats below
The lighting is bit odd
Bathroom had tub and shower Read entire member review >>
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