Two bedrooms (beds can convert to Queen), two Pullman beds. Vanity with chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, dining room, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms - master bath with tub. Expansive balcony with table and chairs. (739 sq. ft., balcony 695 sq. ft.)
We thought this was the most amazing cabin on any ship ever!! The cabin was not decorated all fancy or anything, it was similar in decor to standard cabins, but it was super comfortable and HUGE!!!! We had approx 720 square feet in the cabin, and 720 feet on the balcony!! 1440 square feet total!! The balcony had seating for 15, and still had lots of open space!! We could see out the back, had total privacy off the side, and could watch the Aquatheater show from the other side. It was so fun to talk to the people rock climbing next to us :) We could see across the ship to the other side too, the views were absolutely amazing!! Our adult children slept on the loungers on deck almost every night!! We had two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a huge living room with a nice sofa bed, and it was so wonderful. We had three TV's that we never used :) We had ton's of closed and storage even for the six of us. The second bedroom was small, useful for sleeping only, but that is all we needed it for!! The master bed and bath was much larger than a standard room, and was so very nice. The service was great and the benefits of a suite were amazing, it was so much fun to have the room!! Book it, you won't be disappointed!! The lighting at night from the Aquatheater area made the room so cozy and we loved it so much. The only thing to be aware of is that it is at the back of the ship, so it is a walk to the elevators. It didn't seem as long of a walk as we thought, we were worried about it, but it is a walk. If walking is an issue, I would choose a different room. Also, on the side of the balcony facing in, it isn't private, but if you want total privacy, it is there on the side. It was, without a doubt, the best room I have ever had at any hotel or on any ship!! I would get it again without hesitation!!! Truly amazing!!! I can't say enough about it!! Look at You Tube videos to get an idea of the room. Read entire member review >>
We were lucky enough to grab an Aqua Theater Suite on a very inexpensive late upgrade. It was incredible! I'm forever spoiled by that balcony! Granted, two bedrooms and two bathrooms is a bit of overkill for two people, but it was kind of nice for Jim to have a dressing room and his own bathroom! In addition to the two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the suite also had 3 full sized closets, one coat closet, three flat screen TV sets, a dining table, an outside dining table, three safes, two refrigerators, etc. We just loved it! Our favorite part was definitely the balcony, where we could watch the ocean in complete privacy, watch the wake from the semi-privacy of our padded loungers, or belly up to the bar to watch the activity in the Aqua Theater. There are two things which would be negatives for some people. One would be the location for anybody who has limited mobility or doesn’t like to walk…it’s a LONG way back there! If you’re ever lucky enough to get one of these cabins, make a checklist before you leave your cabin. You don’t want to get all the way to the front of the ship and discover you forgot something! The other complaint I’ve read is about the bathrooms, which are definitely more like JS or regular cabin bathrooms than suite bathrooms. They’re much smaller than most suite bathrooms, and not as luxurious, but they’re functional and more than adequate for their intended purpose! I didn’t have a problem with them, and thought the other amenities of the suite MORE than made up for the bathrooms, but for some that’s a deal breaker. Read entire member review >>
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