The Owner's Suites with Double Balconies are great for up to four guests. They include a living room, dining room and separate bedroom with king-size bed. Along with a mini-bar, luxury bath with whirlpool tub and an amazing double balcony. Includes butler and concierge service.
Fabulous cabin! We had seen a video of it before we booked the cruise, but the video did not do the cabin justice. The bed was very comfortable, the linens were soft. The bathroom was huge and fabulous. Amazing shower, 2 sinks, bathtub, separate WC, and a dressing closet.
Having 2 balconies was wonderful. The front balcony is not very private as the privacy wall does not extend at full height all the way to the front of the balcony. Also, folks on the public decks above can see the end of the balcony. However, there is plenty of room in the rear part of the balcony for loungers, and it was quite a pleasant place to sit and watch us pull into port in the mornings. It was very nice to have the large side patio - big enough for one lounger and a table with 4 chairs. Very nice place to have coffee in the morning. Read entire member review >>
Honestly, best cabin on the ship. One balcony forward, huge balcony. If it gets too much sun, go to your starboard side for another hugs balcony. Large enough for a dining table for 4, a lounge chair and an end table. Perfect! Bathroom had so many shower heads, it took hubby and I a few minutes to figure it out. Closet is large enough for a dressing table, mirror and seat. Dining room table in the cabin i huge and a beautiful wood, bar with a LaVassa coffee machine. The second bathroom is a powder room, toilet, sink and mirror, but serves the purpose! Read entire member review >>
Thus room is absolutely amazing even if the decorating scheme is a bit "over the top." It is named the Picasso Suite and the décor matches the fanciful nature of the artist's vision. The true glory of the room is its size and, for this particular cruise the two (forward and side) balconies. What a great view of the canal transit. The suite was large and very comfortable. The service and amenities in this particular cabin are absolutely amazing -----true luxury in every respect. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom: We had the owner's suite with double balcony. It was a forward cabin right beneath the bridge. The room was nothing short of amazing. One bathroom and one powder room. Two decent sized balconies with a table and chairs on one balcony, and two lounge chairs on the forward facing balcony. Spacious living area, nice bar area, and a great dining area. The bed, pillows and linens were very comfortable, and we had the best nights' sleep on a vacation ever on this cruise. The room has high-quality reproductions of Picasso's throughout.
While the owner's suite is pricey, if it is in your budget, go for it! You will not be disappointed! Read entire member review >>
Large, quiet, funny mod decor, lovely linens and fabulous closet and bathroom space. Probably a little more rocky in high seas than mid-ship cabins, but otherwise very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Fabulous balconies (one on the side and one facing the bow), great bathroom with glass enclosed shower and seperate tub, so-so closet space, can be noisy while ship anchors, located away from hallway traffic Read entire member review >>
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