Mini-Suites have a queen-size bed (that can be separated), pillow top mattress, a built in vanity area, full closet with sliding doors, television, sofa bed, double sink, and a waterfall shower with multiple body spray jets and a handheld shower head.
Lots of storage area, large bathroom for a cruise ship, small balcony. Large mirror and additional full length mirror included. Beds slept wonderfully, with a variety of pillows. Read entire member review >>
I have addressed this in my review. The cabin is too small; the bed and pillows uncomfortable; the lack of a true coffee table distressing; the balcony shameful. Enough storage. No noise from the nearby elevators. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was comfortable however I do not think that its worth the extra money as your room is not that much bigger if you get the balcony. The bathroom had a tub. One thing I did notice that was gross was that there was mold in the air vent over the tub. So it needs some major cleaning. The balcony is close to smoking areas so you smell it from time to time. Really not happy with that part of it. Read entire member review >>
I would like to start out saying the balcony on this room was great. Extra large balcony with plenty of room for a few people. The back half is covered from the balcony above while the front half is open. Looking up you can see to the top of the ship. Overall the room itself was what I would expect from a mini suite. My primary complaint was the bathroom. When we first arrived the tile floor in the bathroom shower was completely broken with sharp pieces. I notified guest service and the room attendant and nothing was done, and no one offered any type of compensation. I barely received a sorry for the inconvenience. If that would have been my only complaint I would recommend the ship, but I cannot. Read entire member review >>
The bathroom was huge as far as cabins go. It had a full size tub and 2 people could get ready at the same time if needed. However, the rest of the cabin was typical of other ships I've been on. The balcony was small but also pretty typical in my experience. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was excellent and the cleaning staff did their job very well. The room had a queen bed. A couch and a pull out bed from the ceiling directly above the sofa for the kids.The Balcony was small but had 2 chairs. It was ok as i did not spend too much time in the balcony.As a first time cruiser, prior to the cruise in my mind i wanted to spend more time in the balcony but i found out, ocean is not something you can keep looking from a ship all the time, it's boring after a while.
Don't bring Soaps, Shampoos, Hand Soaps, Iron , extension cords, towels etc. Bring everything else. Room has no night lamps so get a small one if you need to. Cleaning staff makes your room 2 times a day.
Iron / Iron Boards are available upon request.
Refrigerator is stocked with liquor / drinks all chargeable but you can ask the cleaning staff to clear it out.
There is plenty of water available on the ship, do not bring it with you.
Every night, you get a 4 page leaflet that outlines the activities for the next day. If any item you bring (e..g Iron) is deemed as a fire hazard, it will be confiscated and available at guest services to pick up prior to debarkation.
You can get food into your room. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was spacious and suited perfectly for our needs. It connected to room 12856 in which my parents were staying. I was with my 4 year old son, so it was great to open those doors and feel like we had a much bigger area for him to explore (and destroy, lol).
The balcony was a tad small, but we loved sitting out there every given opportunity!
Our cabin steward, Jezreel (Jez), was amazing, he connected with my 4-year-old and took time to talk with us all each day. Our room was always clean and put together whenever we returned from a meal or an excursion. Read entire member review >>
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