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Majesty of the Seas Cabins

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Majesty of the Seas is an old ship and cabins are on the small side, with inside rooms a mere 114 square feet, making them difficult to maneuver through. The dated decor in the rooms doesn't help. Additionally, just 63 cabins have balconies -- and all of those are suites.

All cabins have flat-screen TVs with multilingual programming, bedside drawers, a desk/chair combo, mirror, a 110v power socket, safes and hair dryers. Most allow for the conversion of two twin beds to a queen-sized bed. Closet and drawer space is ample. Some rooms also have sofas and tables.

The majority of standard cabins do not have refrigerators; instead you'll find small snack packets including candy and nuts, warm soda cans and bottled water left out on the desk with a note card indicating price. However, cabins on Decks 9 and 10 -- no matter their category -- do have small fridges.

Bathrooms are small, and there is limited space for amenities, which include a bar of soap and a wall-mounted shampoo dispenser inside the shower.

Inside: There are 460 interior cabins, and as noted, these 114-square-foot cabins are smaller than the industry average.

Ocean view: There are 670 Ocean View cabins, making up the bulk of the cabin types onboard. Standards are 120 square feet, while the superior ocean-view rooms are a still-tiny 157 square feet. The window is oblong and slightly recessed, thus providing an extra shelf, plus there's a little sofa and a glass coffee table.

Mini-suite: The ship's 50 Junior Suites are all located on Deck 10. They run 221 square feet apiece and have a small sitting area with single sofa bed and bathroom with tub. Balconies are 60 square feet and have two chairs and a small table. Junior Suite passengers enjoy complimentary in-cabin tea and coffee service and bathrobes for use onboard.

Suites: Suite perks include, but are not limited to, priority check-in, departure and tender tickets; reserved seating for shows; VIP pool deck seating; full breakfast, lunch and dinner dining room menus available for in-room dining; spa bathrobes for use onboard; luggage and valet service; and free pressing on formal night. The ship's 13 suites fall into four categories. All suites have bathrooms with Jacuzzi baths.

Grand Suite: There are six Grand Suites, five with one bedroom and one with two bedrooms. The one-bedroom suites, which have a heavy curtain divider between the living and sleeping areas, come in at 355 square feet with a 119-square-foot balcony. The 377-square-foot two-bedroom Grand Suite has a master bedroom with a queen bed and a second bedroom with three bunk beds and a single sofa bed. It also has two bathrooms, a living area and an 85-square-foot balcony.

Owner's Suite: There are three Owner's Suites, 446 square feet apiece, each with a 119-square-foot balcony. These have a sitting area with double sofa bed and a balcony.

Royal Suite: Majesty has one Royal Suite, which is an impressive 670 square feet with a 154-square-foot balcony. It features a whirlpool bath, separate living room and wet bar.

Royal Family Suite: This category has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living room area with a sofa bed. One bedroom features two twin beds that convert into a Royal King and a pull-down bed; the other bedroom has a queen-sized bed. The Royal Family Suite measures 364 square feet, with a 78-square-foot balcony.

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