Grand Suite - 2 Bedrooms
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed), and concierge service. (381 sq. ft., balcony 95 sq. ft.)

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Grand Suite - 2 Bedrooms (GT) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: June 2019
Bear in mind that this ship is going through a make over in 9/19: The good: Storage is amazing! They did a wonderful job and were quite creative. The veranda was huge and well placed. The layout is great. The suite benefits were ... Read More
Bear in mind that this ship is going through a make over in 9/19: The good: Storage is amazing! They did a wonderful job and were quite creative. The veranda was huge and well placed. The layout is great. The suite benefits were fabulous, but you really need to be sure you are getting them. You get preference to get off of the ship, but several times we got the wrong debark directions and not all cruise members knew of these benefits and where to send us. Concierge was very beneficial! Read every benefit and use it! Reserved seating at the pool and shows was a big plus! The bad: Stupidly dated. Pick neutral colors so they don't look so tired after a few years.. The bathroom was terrible. Very, very small and very poor layout. A shower curtain? Really? water mess all of the time. An old school bathtub? Nobody will use it. Soap/shampoo dish in an awkward place (please get female designers for input at least, dish should be opposite side of shower head). Awkward that master bedroom did not have locks, very awkward. One door is a slider with windows too (and a curtain) and this was odd. The master has a round smaller window, also an error. Put full sliders on both sides for good access to the veranda) and make the door a normal one (only one door necessary). The 2nd bathroom was very handy and the closet for the 2nd bedroom was wonderful. 2nd bedroom sleeps four (entire cabin can sleep 8 if you use the pull out in the coach) and is nice because no windows keeps it really dark for the kids. Read Less

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