These Mini-Suites sleep up to four guests, include a sitting area, luxury bath with shower, two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two additional guests. Not to mention the private balcony with great view.
Instead of walk in showers they had bathtubs that you had to step up and over to take a shower. Very dangerous.
Not a lot of space for clothing. Configuration of the closet was strange. Lighting very poor in room. Read entire member review >>
Mini suite ok…just a bigger version of a regular balcony cabin with a bigger bathroom. But having the extra room was nice. Big balcony. It had brand new mattresses as a result of the dry dock.
Lots of wood...very classic feel.
Closet not very well designed…too close to the bed and hard to get to the shelves inside.
TV channels aren’t very good, not a very good variety, and the TV remote didn’t work very well.
Too many light switches in the cabin…hard to figure out what switches turn on what lights.
Water pressure not great, but adequate.
Bring a travel clock. The only clock in the room was on the phone, and it was very hard to read, and not lit. Not very many clocks around the ship. Read entire member review >>
Mini Suite 11002 is at the very end of the hall, forward, starboard side. It was SO quiet and peaceful as it’s in a low traffic area. You will see more officers coming and going from the bridge entrance next door than you will see other passengers. Our room steward was amazing, and used our names from day 1. He made the trip special. The mini bar and bathtub in the suite were wonderful, but our favorite part was the silly little coffee pot that we got to fire up every morning. No rushed calls to room service, or runs to the buffet or coffee shop for coffee. LOVE!And a little tour of the cabin:http://youtu.be/IC7k59kkP30 Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was good and our cabin steward was one of the best I have ever seen on any cruiseline. Plenty of storage. Was glad I had packed an extention cord to have multiple plugs as there was only one in the room and one in bathroom however the one in the bathroom was loose and nothing would stay plugged in. Read entire member review >>
Last port balcony minisuite aft. Layout had drawers and shelf by bath in front that impeded movement. Balcony comes equipped with "wet paint" signs that don't go away. Minor issues (drawer off track, one closet door hinge off). Cabin steward Adrian was the best. Smoking teens and noisy children next door, but secluded spa was other wall and right around corner, as were elevators. Good cabin choice for us. Read entire member review >>
What a superb home for 14 days at sea! We had more than adequate storage space, lots of closet space a huge bed, fantastic view of the ocean and a bathtub in the restroom! Talk about luxury at sea. Our only complaint about the room was having to inhale the second-hand smoke of the guests in the adjacent mini-suite who sat on their balcony and smoked like a chimney. However what can you do on a fully packed ship other than grin and bear it. Bottom line about Stateroom 11556 is that we miss it and wish we had never departed this ship. Read entire member review >>
Your right under the Spinnaker lounge, so you do get some bass at night. The cabins really beat up and there are cigarette hole burns in the sofa. Not much moving around though and you can waive to the captain from your deck. You also have the cruise director right next to you in the left hand cabin. Read entire member review >>
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