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Royal Family Suite with Balcony Cabins

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Two bedrooms (beds can convert to Queen), two Pullman beds. Vanity with chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms - master bath with tub. Private balcony with table and chairs. (580 sq. ft., balcony 238 sq. ft.)

Royal Family Suite with Balcony (FS)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10 | Deck 12
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Royal Family Suite with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Jul 2017
Cabin was a nice size and good layout. Accommodated family of 5 very well. Only problem is they have very few rooms in this category so extremely hard to get. They clearly do not know how to cater to family greater than 4. Highly recommend Disney cruise for family of 5. Way better in every detail and even better price since Disney rates include nearly everything and they don't nickel and dime you over everything like Royal Caribbean.
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Cabin 12638
May 2017
What a spectacular space! I have never had more closet space than I could fill up - but I did in this room! Room was large enough that we had a party for 18 people. Add in 3 staff members and a portable bar and there was still plenty of space to move and mingle. Only downside was a rollaway bed that they could fold up but wouldn't remove from the room so it was awkwardly shoved in the corner of the living room.
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Cabin 9644
Nov 2016
Very nicely laid out. Plenty of closets, deck area was bog, bathrooms nice. But it did creak a lot when the boat was moving fast at night. Enough to make it hard to fall asleep.
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Cabin 9244
Nov 2016
Cabin 91xx
Mar 2015
Ship is too BIG! By: jim pf
Room was OK. At least had more than one 120v outlet.
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Cabin 10244
Sep 2014
Looking at the cabin, it was disappointing in many aspects. To me the interior design was done by a drunken interior designer, there is no way a sober person with taste would combine colors and materials in such a way. The armchairs were dirty, nothing that can be fixed by cleaning. In the cabin an undefined smell was omnipresent, something like dust of dirty carpets or curtains. The cabin steward is not to blame for it, he did his job very well. However he noticed it since every time when he made our cabin he had to spray an odor, trying to kill one bad smell with another bad smell. I still don't know which of the 2 bad smells I prefer. The veranda had 2 lounge chairs with cushions, one of those you rather don't want to touch, it felt like these were not cleaned, ever. Or maybe just bad quality? The floor of the veranda was dirty, it became apparent on the bottom of the foot or on our socks if we had these on when going out to enjoy the view. The veranda floor was cleaned only once, well I have to say it was not cleaning, all that was done is water it and let the sun dry it. The noise in the cabin was louder than on other ships, noticeable louder when compared with NCL Getaway. Especially in the 2-nd bedroom. On the positive side I have to say that the cabin was large enough for us 3, we had enough towels, it was cleaned properly.
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Cabin 9644
Dec 2012
Oasis for suite guests By: Wanderer Number 1
Great balcony Quiet rooms There is a sofa bed in the lounge that sleeps 2, make sure the stateroom attendant puts the mattress topper on it in the evening otherwise it won't be comfortable. Nice rooms overall.
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