Grand Suite - 1 Bedroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed) and private bathroom. (387 sq. ft., balcony 126 sq. ft.)

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Grand Suite - 1 Bedroom (GS) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: November 2009
The Grand Suite is spacious, well organised with plenty of storage wardrobes, cupboards and drawers.The bed is enormous. with lovely fresh Egyptian Cotton daily. Nice decor in the cabin Fabulous view from the Balcony, and plenty of ... Read More
The Grand Suite is spacious, well organised with plenty of storage wardrobes, cupboards and drawers.The bed is enormous. with lovely fresh Egyptian Cotton daily. Nice decor in the cabin Fabulous view from the Balcony, and plenty of chairs and loungers on the balcony. Very clean, and kept topped up with fresh towels and toiletries each day. The Bose sound system was wonderful, and the TV quite large. We were across from inside cabins, and a service room, but we never heard anything at all. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2009
We booked a grand suite 1248, a nice big size stateroom, three seater sofa, an occasional table, bar area, mini fridge, dvd player, flat screen tv, bose surround, the bed was made into queen size was massive with memory foam, the bathroom ... Read More
We booked a grand suite 1248, a nice big size stateroom, three seater sofa, an occasional table, bar area, mini fridge, dvd player, flat screen tv, bose surround, the bed was made into queen size was massive with memory foam, the bathroom was a twin sink with marble surround and complete with smellies with loads of drawers to put things, plus a double wardrobe plenty of room inside with a lockable safe. Read Less

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