Junior Suite
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, private bathroom with bathtub and a sitting area with sofa bed. (241 sq. ft., balcony 64 sq. ft.)

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Junior Suite (JS) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
Smaller JS, but plenty of room for the 2 of us. Would have liked a little larger TV, but it was adequate. Balcony was good sized. Air conditioning was a little noisy, but not too bad. Bed was comfy. We were on deck immediately below the ... Read More
Smaller JS, but plenty of room for the 2 of us. Would have liked a little larger TV, but it was adequate. Balcony was good sized. Air conditioning was a little noisy, but not too bad. Bed was comfy. We were on deck immediately below the Spa, and would hear carts trundling along carrying towels or ? periodically, but it wasn't as noisy as we feared. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
DO NOT BOOK Junior Suites on Vision of Seas!! Our room was located under the Solarium. I thought this would be quiet -- NOT AT ALL. Every night from 1am to 2:30am staff would drag the tables and chairs across the floor. This woke me up ... Read More
DO NOT BOOK Junior Suites on Vision of Seas!! Our room was located under the Solarium. I thought this would be quiet -- NOT AT ALL. Every night from 1am to 2:30am staff would drag the tables and chairs across the floor. This woke me up every night - and it was constant. I would never book on Deck 8 again. Also since this is an older boat - the room creaked constantly at night - also keeping me awake. The only plus was that the Junior Suite was quite large. Nice room - but very, very noisy. My children in the next room and my spouse were also kept awake by the noise (and I had a sound machine running very loudly and could not drown out creaking or Solarium noise) Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
The Junior Suites on RCL get you embarkation priority and a larger balcony room. The room was, in fact, about 30% larger than typical veranda room and was quite comfortable, if a tad dated. We asked for additional pillows, and a softer egg ... Read More
The Junior Suites on RCL get you embarkation priority and a larger balcony room. The room was, in fact, about 30% larger than typical veranda room and was quite comfortable, if a tad dated. We asked for additional pillows, and a softer egg crate mattress pad, and although we learned that did not have any egg crate mattress pads left, both my wife and myself found our bed quite comfortable (although we have a Tempurpedic mattress at home and nothing ever feels as comfortable as that).  Our cabin steward was attentive and courteous, and always brought us ice twice daily as we requested upon embarkation.  All in all, he did his job quickly, efficiently and quietly, I can ask no more than that. We were in Cabin 8552, which is just aft of the Centrum and beneath the end of the Solarium pool on Deck 9, and several times we could hear scraping as tables and chairs were moved about - never loud enough to wake us, but we will make another cabin selection in the future. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
Super spacious cabin with two nice chairs and a pull-out sofa with a coffee table and a little round ottoman that could also be used for some storage space. The balcony was literally 2.5 times the size of other junior suite balconies due ... Read More
Super spacious cabin with two nice chairs and a pull-out sofa with a coffee table and a little round ottoman that could also be used for some storage space. The balcony was literally 2.5 times the size of other junior suite balconies due to being on the end and wrapping slightly around the ship. We could have had a party out there. The cabin did get hot during the day from the sun pouring in, so we often had to keep the drapes closed. The room is air conditioned, of course, but there was only so much it could do against that kind of heat gain. The bed was surprisingly comfortable and we slept really, really well (might have had as much to do with the cocktails as the bed). The bathroom had a tub in it, smaller than full size but I could have taken a bath in it easily were I so inclined. No shower pressure at all, which is typical of cruises, but ample hot water. TONS of storage space with a huge closet and enough hangers to accommodate all the clothes we needed to hang up. Many drawers, space for cosmetics, handy shelves, etc. The space was very well used to allow for storage. The safe did not work, unfortunately. The room was probably a little worn by some standards, but it was not gross or blatantly shabby, just starting to show a little wear and tear here and there. The room was isolated and very private, with the spa above us and no sounds conducted. We would absolutely book this room again. Loved it and felt lucky to have it. Biggest downside was being a fair walk away from the nearest bar for fetching drinks. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
Not sure why some say that the JS offered no benefit outside of more room. We were one of the first people off the boat, had our own line for checking in. The JS gave us a couple of arm chairs, a second "make ready" area where ... Read More
Not sure why some say that the JS offered no benefit outside of more room. We were one of the first people off the boat, had our own line for checking in. The JS gave us a couple of arm chairs, a second "make ready" area where you could sit and have your stuff in front of you and the benefit of a mirror. The full bathtub was a plus as far as room to maneuver. Great experience and tons of storage space. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
8542 is an accessible Junior Suite. It is very large which is a big help for scooter, wheelchair, etc. Read More
8542 is an accessible Junior Suite. It is very large which is a big help for scooter, wheelchair, etc. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
We had stateroom 8562, a Junior Suite, starboard side, just aft of midships. It measures 241 square feet with a 41 square foot balcony. This room is quite generous for space and especially storage; everywhere you looked, from the closet to ... Read More
We had stateroom 8562, a Junior Suite, starboard side, just aft of midships. It measures 241 square feet with a 41 square foot balcony. This room is quite generous for space and especially storage; everywhere you looked, from the closet to the 4-piece bath to the main room itself, there were cupboards and drawers. It is nicely equipped with a large fridge, flat screen TV, hair dryer, large lighted makeup mirror, robes, sofa bed, two sitting chairs, coffee table and two Ottomans. The room has a nice décor, however, it is dated and the furnishings are a bit worn. The two 110-v outlets are so worn that chargers and the hair dryer plug would fall out (there are also two 220-v outlets). The balcony is rusted in many areas and the furniture is fading. Read Less
Great Cruise to Canada : Cabin 8542
Sail Date: September 2017
Great Room with lots of space. We were next to elevators and Centrum but they closed the outer door of the hallway to the elevators and we never heard a thing. More noise from early in the morning from deck chairs being moved. Read More
Great Room with lots of space. We were next to elevators and Centrum but they closed the outer door of the hallway to the elevators and we never heard a thing. More noise from early in the morning from deck chairs being moved. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
The only bad part about this cruise was that we moved from a balcony on the Atlantic crossing, which was incredibly quiet to a Junior Suite which was horrible as far as noise goes. We had banging and crashing noises from 5:30am all thru ... Read More
The only bad part about this cruise was that we moved from a balcony on the Atlantic crossing, which was incredibly quiet to a Junior Suite which was horrible as far as noise goes. We had banging and crashing noises from 5:30am all thru the day until about 3:30am the next morning. We contacted guest services and little was done to stop or lessen the noise. We found out that our cabin was under the Park Cafe and all of the food and towels came thru a passage way with a door right above our cabin. Also during the day the crew was repairing lounge chairs, also above our cabin. I contacted Guest Services about this noise during the day and they said they would take care of it. They did not. We have been off the ship for almost a week and finally catching up on our sleep. Cabin #8076 should be avoided and those in proximity of 8076. Read Less

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