Suite
Separate living area and bedroom; Walk­-in closet; Writing desk; Spacious granite bathroom with separate tub and shower, twin sinks, and glass vanity; Flat­-screen interactive TV featuring music, movies, and more; Best-selling audiobooks, CDs and DVDs; Hair dryer; Private electronic safe; Direct-dial telephone; 110/220V outlets; Fully-stocked bar replenished daily; 295 sq.ft.

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Suite (A1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: May 2018
I had a GTY cabin (the cruise line picks for you) and ended up in 420. It was very close to the forward elevators and at night the nearby fire/flood doors would sometimes be closed to keep noise down. Noise was never an issue. The ... Read More
I had a GTY cabin (the cruise line picks for you) and ended up in 420. It was very close to the forward elevators and at night the nearby fire/flood doors would sometimes be closed to keep noise down. Noise was never an issue. The room itself is an ocean view suite so no veranda for me (which is fine as I'd rather be outside on deck). The only physical issue I noticed was the room had what appeared to be a few dozen shims between the overheard and bulkhead. While not overly attractive (when noticed) they did seem to be doing their job as I didn't hear creaking in my room. The motion of the ocean didn't bother me in the room (YMMV) and found the room calmer and quieter than some of the more central rooms on the ship. Size wise it was fine for myself but I wouldn't try to put more than two adults in it. Read Less
Way overrated : Cabin 722
Sail Date: March 2017
fine but would benefit from some attention. We really don't spend that much time in room .we kind of expected, for we had this on Silverseas, to have binoculars included in the room for your use but no?
fine but would benefit from some attention. We really don't spend that much time in room .we kind of expected, for we had this on Silverseas, to have binoculars included in the room for your use but no? Read Less
Amazon adventure : Cabin 420
Sail Date: March 2013
We had only a window: no balcony, but other than that the room is identical to the much higher priced suites. We were on floor four, bear the restaurant. We have been on eight on the same ship and ten with butler service on Regent, and I ... Read More
We had only a window: no balcony, but other than that the room is identical to the much higher priced suites. We were on floor four, bear the restaurant. We have been on eight on the same ship and ten with butler service on Regent, and I don't see why one would spend more money, unless you get an inexpensive upgrade, as we did on those two voyages. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2011
We liked the 4th floor because we could easily move on that level from the front to the back of the ship to get to the spa, restaurants, pools, etc. without having to go up or down levels. Nice bathrooms with lots of counter space. Quiet
We liked the 4th floor because we could easily move on that level from the front to the back of the ship to get to the spa, restaurants, pools, etc. without having to go up or down levels. Nice bathrooms with lots of counter space. Quiet Read Less
Sail Date: November 2010
No Veranda basic suite. Near the main dining room. Very quiet without people walking by as these cabins are off private hallways. Great walk in closet. Rough waves caused much less rocking at this level. Ceilings and walls make allot of ... Read More
No Veranda basic suite. Near the main dining room. Very quiet without people walking by as these cabins are off private hallways. Great walk in closet. Rough waves caused much less rocking at this level. Ceilings and walls make allot of noise in rough seas. All cabins seemed to have this problem on this ship. Read Less

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