Crown Loft Suite
Two deck high stateroom with panoramic views. Master bedroom with Royal King size bed, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, and bath on second level. Bath with shower on main level. Private balcony with chairs, dining area with dry bar, table/desk. Living room sofa converts to double bed. (540 sq. ft., balcony 98 sq. ft.)

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Crown Loft Suite (L2) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: May 2018
The cabin was spacious and clean. No issues with the cabin itself, only the water issues
The cabin was spacious and clean. No issues with the cabin itself, only the water issues Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
The actual cabin was very nice, very roomy. The curtains can be annoying to operate at times and trying to figure out the light switches also can be trying at times.
The actual cabin was very nice, very roomy. The curtains can be annoying to operate at times and trying to figure out the light switches also can be trying at times. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
Right behind basketball court. No view. Loud. Smoke blows down from stacks. Velcro holds drawers and doors shut because it's on the very top floors and rocks and vibrates constantly. Creaks in the wind and underway. Stairway lights ... Read More
Right behind basketball court. No view. Loud. Smoke blows down from stacks. Velcro holds drawers and doors shut because it's on the very top floors and rocks and vibrates constantly. Creaks in the wind and underway. Stairway lights won't turn off at night so people don't fall down the stairs, bedroom is never dark. Two bathrooms were nice but literally I would have rather spent the week in my garage than in this cabin. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
The cabin was outstanding. There are several videos on YouTube already that give you a good overview. It is a two story room with the bed and bathroom upstairs with another bathroom and sleeper sofa downstairs on the main floor. Floor to ... Read More
The cabin was outstanding. There are several videos on YouTube already that give you a good overview. It is a two story room with the bed and bathroom upstairs with another bathroom and sleeper sofa downstairs on the main floor. Floor to ceiling windows and automatic curtains to let in the light or close them to block the bright hot sun. Small little frig for drinks or bottles of wine / champagne and a coffee marker. Great large deck. If you want more info/ pics etc... just let me know hulett62@gmail.com Read Less
Amazing Cruise : Cabin 1736
Sail Date: March 2016
Great to the last minute, my children wanted to hide under the furniture and stay :)
Great to the last minute, my children wanted to hide under the furniture and stay :) Read Less
A Suite Vacation! : Cabin 1724
Sail Date: September 2015
My husband and I decided to splurge on a suite this cruise -- and BOY are we so happy that we did! We were in the Crown Loft Suite (1724) which is one of the AFT suites on Deck 17. Where do I begin?? First off, I would want to ... Read More
My husband and I decided to splurge on a suite this cruise -- and BOY are we so happy that we did! We were in the Crown Loft Suite (1724) which is one of the AFT suites on Deck 17. Where do I begin?? First off, I would want to highlight something about being in an AFT Crown Loft Suite (L2) since I was not able to find many reviews for this particular cabin. And what I could find was somewhat ambiguous. Up until we entered the suite, I had reservations about being in a cabin that overlooks a very busy part of the ship, including the mini-golf course, FlowRiders (one on each side of the ship) and the zip line that literally lands two decks directly below our balcony. I was concerned that it would be both noisy and less private. But my husband is a bit of a people watcher and wanted to stick with what we booked. Folks, we really enjoyed the location. I should also mention that 1724 is a bit off to the side; three in from the end (the ends suites are Sky Loft Suites, I believe). I would suggest aiming for one of the first two Crown Loft Suites on either side rather than the three middle suites if you can. It looked like the middle suites, while sporting larger balconies, may have had a more impeded view of the ocean since they are directly across from the rear structure of the ship. From our location we had a largely panoramic view of the ocean, and also got to enjoy watching the various activities on the sports deck. I enjoyed watching people trying their hand at the FlowRider. On two of the sea days (there are three on this itinerary), I lazed out on the balcony (on the full-sized lounges) and dozed in the warm afternoon listening to the happy sounds of cruise-goers enjoying their vacation. Honestly, it's not much different or busier than laying on the beach. If you're worried about the noise while inside your suite, don't be -- the sliding door to the stateroom seals quite nicely and as soon as you pull the handle up to lock it, you hardly hear any noise at all. And the sheers (one on the main window, another upstairs where the bed is located) offered plenty of privacy. Anyone trying hard enough to peer through the sheer would undoubtedly draw attention to themselves (and be looking for a slap upside the head). When we first entered the suite, we were greeted by a plate of fresh fruit placed neatly on the dining table and birthday decorations which I had ordered in advance scattered around the room. Our Loft Attendants later greeted us in short order to give us information about the mandatory muster drill as well as an orientation on the room gadgetry; the sheers and drapes on the suite's two-story bay window are operated electronically from a panel near the window (the latter also from the sleeping area). How cool is that? The room lighting is also controlled from a multi-button panel which has settings for morning, afternoon, evening and night and sets the lighting in the room accordingly. The "living area" with a couch and chair/ottoman accommodated six adults comfortably for a gathering. Honestly I think the suite was bigger than my first apartment! As a result of being two stories high, the suite was very spacious and turned out to be a perfect place to hold my husband's belated birthday party, with decorations, a cake, (and even a cake made out of towels) and presents. The balcony is equally spacious with two full-sized lounge chairs and table. Plus, as a previous cruise-goer there's just something too fun about having an upstairs and downstairs in your cabin. "Oh, excuse me for a minute, I need to run upstairs and get my sunglasses." :) A large LED TV takes up a good portion of one wall with some wall-encased Bose speakers providing some decent sound, particularly when I'd leave it on the Menu screen which played much of the same rock music that plays on one of my own Pandora channels. Not sure if some of the older folks would care for it -- but I loved it…says the 53 year-old mom of three boys) :) The master bedroom is located on the 2nd-floor loft which is enclosed by clear-glass half walls and features a very comfortable Royal King sized bed and another LED TV that descends from the ceiling (more cool gadgetry!). Sheer curtains can be pulled across the loft for additional privacy. The roomy master bathroom has a wide stall shower with two adjustable shower heads and another ceiling "rainbird" showerhead in the center of the shower. The water pressure was quite decent. Also the bath amenities (shampoo, conditioner, soap, etc.) seemed to be of good quality. A roomy vanity area sits just outside the bathroom. Downstairs there's another full-sized bathroom with a generously sized stall shower. In short, we had "hers" and "his" bathrooms; plus it was nice having a guest bathroom when the kids stopped by for a visit. And the service? Excellent! Our Loft Attendants, Camelia Tudorica and her assistant, Barulla, were just awesome. Best stateroom attendants I can recall from all my cruises. On our previous (Canada/New England) cruise, husband and I were very disappointed because our attendant, while polite, was pretty scarce -- and we saw not ONE towel critter the entire cruise. We speculated that maybe it was the prepaid gratuity and lack of incentive to go the extra mile; or maybe because we were a superior balcony room on a deck sprinkled with suites. Or maybe they didn't do towel critters anymore. We weren't really sure. Camelia and Barulla restored our faith in great attendants (and towel critters). In addition to an awesome 'towel birthday cake' which they left in our cabin on sailing day and left with us for the entire cruise, and decorating the suite with birthday decorations and balloons everywhere, we would find a new towel buddy waiting for us almost every night at turndown. I know it sounds silly, but the towel critter has become a tradition on cruises, and we were so happy to find that it hadn't died. Camelia was very social and always around and eager to answer any questions; she kept us very well informed of anything we needed to know. I can say without reservation that I can't imagine booking anything but a suite on all future cruises - we felt it was so worth the extras we enjoyed. Not just the extra roomy accommodations, but the extra services made available to us. Sadly, the smaller ships won't have the Crown Loft Suite -- but if you're booking on any of the Oasis class ships and can spare the extra dollars, my husband and I would both very highly recommend this suite. Read Less
Love This Ship!!! : Cabin 1752
Sail Date: January 2015
Loved this room. We had the best cabin steward (Brian), he was so friendly always greeting us by name everytime we opened our door. I did like having 2 bathrooms in the room, made it nice when you were getting ready in the evening. My only ... Read More
Loved this room. We had the best cabin steward (Brian), he was so friendly always greeting us by name everytime we opened our door. I did like having 2 bathrooms in the room, made it nice when you were getting ready in the evening. My only complaint is in the shower the water would turn from hot to cold quite a few times during my shower. Also you can't adjust the shower head. You can pull it off or up and down on the rod but you can't adjust it to point outward. There is lots of closet space. I did forget one thing that I thought was a little dangerous. They have lights on the stairs but on every other so the first night my husband woke up and went downstairs to get some water and slipped off of one of the stairs, they need to showcase every step you need to take. Also we did feel the boat a lot more than we ever have before, not sure if that is due to being on the top of the ship or not. Read Less
Oasis of misery : Cabin 1730
Sail Date: March 2011
Crown loft suite 1730 you should be very ashamed to sell this as a luxury ocean front suite! We were mortified and the most disappointed we have EVER been on any cruise! We booked a luxury ocean front suite in order to rest, read, relax ... Read More
Crown loft suite 1730 you should be very ashamed to sell this as a luxury ocean front suite! We were mortified and the most disappointed we have EVER been on any cruise! We booked a luxury ocean front suite in order to rest, read, relax look at the water, etc. What we were horrified to find was a room that overlooked a carnival boardwalk, a basketball court, a putt putt course, a zip line and the aqua theater. About 100 yards directly ahead was a 5 story high tower with the blazing emblem "Oasis of the Seas" that was our $8000 vacation for a week! RCCL just lost 2 clients that have spent about $45,000 with you over the last 12-15 years! Read Less

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