Medallion Suite
541 Sq. FT. / 50 M2 - Veranda 92 Sq. Ft. / 8 M2. Includes Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest. Sitting area and dining table. Twin beds or queen-sized bed. Marbled bathroom with full-sized bath. beverage cabinet stocked daily on request with your selection of wines, spirits, and beverages. Fine linens, plush robes, and slippers.

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Medallion Suite (ME) Cabin Reviews

The Med Islands : Cabin 804
Sail Date: August 2015
Issue was weight room directly above us on Deck 9. Weights dropping floor and no resolution. Cabin butler was Chan and was perfect. Room itself was very nice, but for $8000 more and the issue noted above not recommended! Read More
Issue was weight room directly above us on Deck 9. Weights dropping floor and no resolution. Cabin butler was Chan and was perfect. Room itself was very nice, but for $8000 more and the issue noted above not recommended! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2012
We were in 804,a Medallion Suite, on the Wind. There are only four cabins on Deck 8, just forward of the pool and just behind the bridge and senior officers' cabins. It was almost like having a small part of the ship all to ourselves. ... Read More
We were in 804,a Medallion Suite, on the Wind. There are only four cabins on Deck 8, just forward of the pool and just behind the bridge and senior officers' cabins. It was almost like having a small part of the ship all to ourselves. Absolutely fantastic location. Noticed that the crew took great care not to make noise in the hallway leading to the bridge so we rarely heard any noise from outside of the cabin. Also no noise from the spa and exercise areas on the deck above. Great cabin with a walk-in closet, plenty of storage, large balcony, nice marble bathroom, comfortable sitting area with a couch and two overstuffed chairs, and our own espresso machine. Could not have asked for a better cabin. Read Less

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