Family Penthouse with Balcony
These Penthouses are perfect for your whole family. Up to six guests can stay in these luxurious Penthouses that include a bedroom with a queen-size bed and a separate children's bedroom. In addition to the living area, dining area, private balcony and luxury bath with separate shower. Includes butler and concierge service.

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Family Penthouse with Balcony (SC) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: July 2018
The cabins were beautiful, each with two bedrooms, one of which had a very comfortable king size bed, a lovely veranda, four TVs, spacious dining and living areas, two full bathrooms, one of which was quite large with separate tub and ... Read More
The cabins were beautiful, each with two bedrooms, one of which had a very comfortable king size bed, a lovely veranda, four TVs, spacious dining and living areas, two full bathrooms, one of which was quite large with separate tub and shower. There was even a cappuccino/espresso maker in the dining area. Read Less
Bucket List Adventure : Cabin 11012
Sail Date: February 2018
Lots of space. Excellent service.
Lots of space. Excellent service. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
we had excellent service from our butler and our cabin steward. they were always bringing snacks, fruit, chocolates for us ! Really good people .
we had excellent service from our butler and our cabin steward. they were always bringing snacks, fruit, chocolates for us ! Really good people . Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
Cabin was great., but fitness center above and about 4:30 every morning the noise was out of control. Will not be staying in that unit again.
Cabin was great., but fitness center above and about 4:30 every morning the noise was out of control. Will not be staying in that unit again. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
After much discussion with my wife and a significant price drop we did a full paid upgrade to the two bedroom family suite. Moving to this room doubled the cost of our cruise, but we went from 155sqft to 546sqft plus a balcony and all of ... Read More
After much discussion with my wife and a significant price drop we did a full paid upgrade to the two bedroom family suite. Moving to this room doubled the cost of our cruise, but we went from 155sqft to 546sqft plus a balcony and all of the suite perks, beverages, dining, internet, and paid gratuities. We had the small extra bedroom set up as a bed in case someone really started snoring and the second toilet came in handy on more than a few occasions. We had several meals in the room and the table and dining area were large enough for additional guests. The bedroom and master bath area can be divided from the living room with a sliding glass door letting late sleepers do their thing away from early risers. The living room couch could be made into a decent bed for two but would be at the mercy of the night owls and early risers. On a two week cruise we decided the expense was worth it as I feel this cabin is pretty close to the ultimate cabin for two people – I like it better than any other penthouses and most of the owner’s suites. The only bad thing about this cabin was it is under the hard floor hair salon section of the Mandara Spa, a couple times we heard someone in high heels walking early in the morning. You could also lightly hear them vacuuming the Library a few rooms over early each morning. Read Less
Awesome Family Cruise! : Cabin 11506
Sail Date: November 2016
As I mentioned, I upgraded to the two-bedroom family penthouse suite, as a surprise for my wife’s birthday. This upgrade came just four days before our departure. We were in Ruby Penthouse Suite 11506. This two bedroom family suite was ... Read More
As I mentioned, I upgraded to the two-bedroom family penthouse suite, as a surprise for my wife’s birthday. This upgrade came just four days before our departure. We were in Ruby Penthouse Suite 11506. This two bedroom family suite was amazing for our family of four. The kids had their own room and mom and dad had their own room. Our butler, Rodney, was amazing and really treated our family amazing. Took the time to get to know us, our likes and acted upon those likes throughout the week. He brought us sweet and salty snacks every afternoon and kept candy bowls of M&Ms and Gummy bears in our suite at all times. We also had room service several times throughout the week. Rodney would bring the food, setup the dining room table with a table cloth, napkins, etc. and set our food out. Bruno the Concierge was also great. We did not really need to use him a whole lot because we had already pre-booked everything prior to boarding but he was always around, very friendly and did help us with a couple of small items throughout the week. Our room Steward Raymundo was probably the best room steward I have ever experienced in my, now, 10 cruises. Our room was always clean and he always left something special for the kids. When making up the beds, he always laid out the kids stuffed animals in a special way on their pillows. The kids loved to come back to the room to find out what Raymundo had done with their stuffed animals that day. I do know one of the questions I had about the suite prior to departing was how many power outlets there were. Before leaving the last morning, I went through and counted. There are two outlets in the family room, three in the "kids" bedroom, two outlets in the "master" bath vanity and one on one of the night stands in the "master" bedroom. There are also USB outlets in the lights next to the master bed. I am sure many of you can imagine the amount of charging needed with our electronics these days. We never had an issue with charging anything. If anyone has any questions on the suite, please don’t hesitate to ask. I am happy to help! Read Less
2nd Time is Not A Charm! : Cabin 11524
Sail Date: October 2016
The suite was very nice. We enjoyed having two bedrooms and bathrooms. All of us enjoyed taking a bath looking out the big windows to the ocean. The spa-like shower is also nice with great water pressure. The kids enjoyed the daily ... Read More
The suite was very nice. We enjoyed having two bedrooms and bathrooms. All of us enjoyed taking a bath looking out the big windows to the ocean. The spa-like shower is also nice with great water pressure. The kids enjoyed the daily snacks the butler brought and the candy was a nice touch. Would highly recommend this type of room for families that enjoy having extra space to relax. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
Just my husband and I stayed in this room. There was a ton of space of two people! I have stayed in this room category with 5 people before an even then I feel this is a lot of room. Cabin number 11030 is a good room. It is the last suite ... Read More
Just my husband and I stayed in this room. There was a ton of space of two people! I have stayed in this room category with 5 people before an even then I feel this is a lot of room. Cabin number 11030 is a good room. It is the last suite and it is almost in the middle of the ship. The only complaint is that during random times you can hear stomping above you. I heard it sometimes during the middle of the night. It was a little annoying at times. When I went to see what was above us it was two things, 1.) a ping pong table 2.) it looks like the stair case from 12 to 13 is around the area of the master bedroom. While it was annoying it didnt wreck our vacation just something to be aware of. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
We ended up in a 2 bedroom family suite (a result of an upsale, a worthwhile phone call if you thinking about it) which resulted in us having my mom join us on the trip. The room itself is nice for a cruise ship, the space is precious ... Read More
We ended up in a 2 bedroom family suite (a result of an upsale, a worthwhile phone call if you thinking about it) which resulted in us having my mom join us on the trip. The room itself is nice for a cruise ship, the space is precious onboard and the seating / couch area was nice. On the contrary there are some hiccups in the room, the "second bedroom" is merely a space for another couch to fold out. Once it folds down it takes the whole room, and it stays down the whole trip. The mattress in that room wasn't comfortable at all, even after adding a egg crate on top of it. Also in that room there is very little storage in that room, magnetic hooks might help hold extra jackets/shirts that don't fit in the small closet. Also we ended up sliding my moms luggage under our bed in the master as there wasn't room under the couch/bed. The second issue with the room is the master bathroom, first thing in there was the size of the head/toilet, its so tight you can't even turn around without bumping into the phone thats in there inadvertantly dialing to set up a wake up call... the second issue with the bathroom is the window between the balcony and the tub. If you are in the tub and someone is on the balcony (or even your neighbors are on theirs) they can look directly into the tub and shower area. Also if you are in port the shower faces directly out to the ocean or the port. My wife and mom did enjoy the lavazza coffee/espresso machine that was in the room. Ronald, our butler, and Dewa, our room steward, both did well and kept everything stocked. (Hopefully you like gummy bears and M&Ms because Ronald will keep you stocked up on them) Read Less
The Suite Life! : Cabin 11024
Sail Date: May 2016
We usually do balcony, but splurged for the suite and I'm not sure we can ever go back...it's an entirely different experience. The normally attentive service was amazing, the space was great, the bath, the dining table, it was ... Read More
We usually do balcony, but splurged for the suite and I'm not sure we can ever go back...it's an entirely different experience. The normally attentive service was amazing, the space was great, the bath, the dining table, it was another level of awesome! Read Less

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