Two twin beds (can convert to Queen). Private bathroom with tub and two sinks, marble entry, large closets, living area with table and sofa. Private balcony with table and chairs. (556 sq. ft., balcony 243 sq. ft.)
Fantastic suite for size of room and balcony. Love the midship location. Great for entertaining friends. Feels more like a condo then a ship cabin. All on one level which is nice compared to comparable size suites on Deck 17. Balcony alone makes this the suite of choice. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was spacious and our room steward was great. The only issue with the cabin was the creaking in the walls and ceilings. We encountered rough seas and high winds and the noise made us wonder if the ship was sound or not. It went away on the last day when the seas calmed down. Read entire member review >>
Great space and huge balcony. The coffee pot will not work as there is no plug where one us supposed to be. The steward and manager told us it has been reported many times. The room was simply built without one. There is a table and 4 chairs and 2 chaise loungers. The bedroom is sizable and has a good size vanity. The bathroom had a nice size shower and jacuzzi tub with 2 sinks and a bedat! Read entire member review >>
The Owners Suite is our favorite as we've had one aboard the Navigator twice and the Oasis once. We've sailed in the Crown Loft Suites before but find that the while beautiful, the functionality in the Owners Suite is superior. The room was beautifully maintained and serviced and has ample storage for two adults and two kids. The Suite Attendant was among the best we've ever had and the cruise staff went well out of their way to recognize that we'd paid for a first class experience and to deliver it. At one point, we had to start giving away some of the snacks and treats that kept coming our way, we literally had plates of cookies, chocolate covered strawberries, specialty desserts and canapés stacked high on the dining table.
One issue that I did find upsetting was the disagreement between he cruise lines brochure and the actual onboard practice regarding PlayStation availability in the suite. The brochure states the system and games are available however that is not the case. We did persuade the Concierges to install a PlayStation as an accommodation however game availability was quite limited as I was informed that the Genies control the games and Star Class suite guests get first choice. Even when presented with their own literature printed off the RCCL site, the Concierges were of little help. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful, spacious, great bathroom with 2 sinks, separate shower and tub. Huge living area with comfortable furniture. Very large balcony with lounge chairs and dining table. Read entire member review >>
GREAT ROOM!!!! ONLY BAD PART: It is 2 desk ABOVE the smoking lounge on the pool deck.....so you can smell smoke from time to time. Kinda nasty, but it only happened 3 times and it wasn't for hours on end. Read entire member review >>
Large room. Good layout. Good location. Quiet. Numerous maintenance problems including sewer smell in bathroom that took three days to resolve, no A/C when we first arrived, A/C was then "fixed" and we were unable to turn it off (this was never resolved), and shower fixture broke and we were left without water for an afternoon until we complained and they restored the water. Read entire member review >>
10640 is a wonderful room located in the middle of the ship on deck 10. One can not go wrong with the Owners Suite. The room is large with great furniture, alot of closet and storage space and a balcony with a table for 4 and 2 loungers. Read entire member review >>
Owners Suite with over 500 sq. ft of space .. lots of closets, bathtub and separate shower. Very comfortable bed with pillow menu. Huge balcony with 2 chaises and table for 4. Stylish and new! Read entire member review >>
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