Owner's Suite - 1 Bedroom
Queen-size bed, private balcony, private bathroom with whirlpool tub, double sinks, separate shower and bidet, separate living area with queen-size sofa bed, and concierge service. (512 sq. ft., balcony 57 sq. ft.)

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Owner's Suite - 1 Bedroom (OS) Cabin Reviews

We had booked an Owner Suite. It was very spacious with space. The balcony was a bit small. The bathroom was big and beside a shower there was also a bathtub.
We had booked an Owner Suite. It was very spacious with space. The balcony was a bit small. The bathroom was big and beside a shower there was also a bathtub. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
My first suite, it was sweet! We had 3 adults and a service dog in the room. I couldn't believe all the room; it was bigger than my first apartment. It has huge closets and sooo many drawers. There is a refrigerator and bar area, ... Read More
My first suite, it was sweet! We had 3 adults and a service dog in the room. I couldn't believe all the room; it was bigger than my first apartment. It has huge closets and sooo many drawers. There is a refrigerator and bar area, as well as a desk in the bedroom. It includes a 4-person dining table, coffee table, and sofa with chaise lounge. The balcony was okay size, fitting a chaise and a small table with 2 chairs with not a lot of extra room. It also has a nice bay window in the bedroom with a chair and ottoman, perfect for viewing glaciers in comfort. The bathroom is well-appointed with a toilet and bidet, double sinks, jacuzzi whirlpool tub, and oversized glass-door shower. The suite has a pillow-top bed, which wasn't the softest in the world, but softer than normal beds. The second bed is the couch folded out. It's not a "sofa-bed", it's more like a futon. So the side that was the seats is okay comfort, but the side that was the back of the couch is terribly hard and has no comfort. I was disappointed that this is considered a second bed for the suite. At least I had a really nice pillow from the "pillow menu". Note: there are 5 plugs in the room, much more than a normal cabin. However, 4 of these plugs are in a tall cabinet in the bedroom (where the safe is), and one on the desk in the bedroom. Given you have a coffee maker and hot water pot in the bar area, I would have expected at least one outlet there. And, as usual, no real plug in the bathroom. The room condition was good and bad. The marble and granite and artwork felt opulent. However, there was damage and delamination of wood in a number of spots. And, there was staining on the couch fabric at the foot area. Even though the room is right below the corner of the Windjammer, we never heard any noise from the Windjammer except on the glacier day, when everyone was dragging chairs to the windows. With the suites, you get a lot of benefits that you share with Pinnacles and (sometimes) Key Club: special checkin line, special seating in the theater (reserved up to 5 minutes before showtime), breakfast in Chops Grill, seating in Izumi when you are eating at the Windjammer, a special brunch on Day 2. Usually, there's a behind-the-scenes tour, but there's not enough sea days on the Alaska cruise to do so. There's also the concierge lounge on deck 13 that's separate from the diamond club. Open bar 4:30-8, continental breakfast, light snacks before dinner. The staff there were amazing, and it was cool to mingle with so many veteran cruisers. You could ask the concierge for anything (he staffs during the drinks time), and there's also a time the nextcruise person come up there. There's not that many window seats so don't go there for the view, but do go for the quiet during non-happy hour times. I'm not used to having such service (or even a balcony), and we needed the extra room, so it was definitely worth it to invest in a suite for the Alaska cruise. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
1562 was located toward the rear of the ship, one floor below the Windjammer and a few floors directly above the dining room and specialty restaurants. This was convenient. The ship was not very large, so walking its length to the ... Read More
1562 was located toward the rear of the ship, one floor below the Windjammer and a few floors directly above the dining room and specialty restaurants. This was convenient. The ship was not very large, so walking its length to the Auditorium spaces, spa & gym was quite quick. We were, however, always on the opposite side of where the ship docked. If you like privacy, this is great. If you like to gaze out at the port as it approaches. not so great. With respect to cabin cleanliness, the cabin appeared clean, although aging, but the bathroom greeted us with an unpleasant surprise. One of the cabin's prior occupants had evidently suffered stomach issues leading to soiling of the toilet bowl running from the rim downward. While the rim itself had been cleaned, initial attempts at seating revealed the remaining stain swath underneath the bowl. We did have to ask to have that cleaned. Based on that oversight, we were loath to enjoy the jacuzzi bath, and therefore, did not. The queen bed separated into two and accommodated my two adult daughters. I slept on the pullout sofa, made up each evening, in relative comfort. An optional drawn curtain was available to separate the two living areas. I used it when I wanted the light on in my area while the girls were asleep. Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
Fabulous Alaska on Radiance : Cabin 1562, 1560
Owner's suite: Loved the layout. Cabin steward did a very nice job. So much storage. Bathroom is huge. Connecting junior's suite (1560): Huge closet, nice set up with two twin beds for our teens and a seating area with couch ... Read More
Owner's suite: Loved the layout. Cabin steward did a very nice job. So much storage. Bathroom is huge. Connecting junior's suite (1560): Huge closet, nice set up with two twin beds for our teens and a seating area with couch and chair. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
The owners suite had numerous problems. No hot water for 6 hours on embarkation so showered in cold water as was advised by steward no hot water available but would be soon, ergo 6 hours is soon ? No magnetic clips on doors or drawers ... Read More
The owners suite had numerous problems. No hot water for 6 hours on embarkation so showered in cold water as was advised by steward no hot water available but would be soon, ergo 6 hours is soon ? No magnetic clips on doors or drawers created an unacceptable noise on first night at sea due to doors and drawers opening and closing, so fixed this issue by using cardboard to hold doors and drawers closed. Balcony sliding door could not be locked and also slid back and forth also and ships maintanance member said this could not be repaired so again used cardboard. Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
Lovely suite. Less overhang than most of the full suites that are not on the hump which translates to more light on the balcony and in the cabin. A definite plus in my book. No noise from Windjammer above. We found it to be a nice, ... Read More
Lovely suite. Less overhang than most of the full suites that are not on the hump which translates to more light on the balcony and in the cabin. A definite plus in my book. No noise from Windjammer above. We found it to be a nice, quiet location. Much quieter than our GS under to Solarium on Serenade. Read Less
Sail Date January 2011
Great storage space.Minuscule balcony.Quiet location yet close to elevators/stairs.Close to concierge lounge.WiFi doesn't work in cabin but many Hot-Spots close by.
Great storage space.Minuscule balcony.Quiet location yet close to elevators/stairs.Close to concierge lounge.WiFi doesn't work in cabin but many Hot-Spots close by. Read Less
Sail Date March 2010

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