After a day of exploring the world, its exotic cuisine and interesting cultures, there's nothing better than returning to the comfort of your private stateroom. Royal Caribbean has designed every one of the staterooms to be a comfortable, relaxing place for you to rest after your adventures. These staterooms vary by ship, but every room offers a television, telephone, private bath, shower, vanity and even a hair-dryer. Royal Caribbean offers four main categories of staterooms. By choosing a category, you can then choose a specific room-type, based on your needs. Note: All accommodations are samples. Please refer to each ship layout for specific accommodations and amenities.
Suites offer more room, more comfort and private balconies. Guests staying in suites enjoy a variety of perks throughout their journey. Some suites even include complimentary concierge service, priority boarding, dedicated entertainment seating, priority departure privileges, full breakfast, lunch and dinner dining room menus available for in-room dining and more.Suites/Deluxe staterooms are a great way to travel in style and give your family more space, while keeping everyone together. The Royal Family Suite can accommodate up to eight people.
Imagine opening your balcony door to see a new and breathtaking part of the world each morning. A stateroom with a balcony is a great way to make your cruise adventure even more memorable and truly take in your destination.
Ocean View Staterooms
Spend the day exploring the world, then come back to your room and don't miss a thing. Take in the spectacular sights and enjoy the amazing views from the window in your stateroom. You'll never miss a moment of the breathtaking scenery just outside your window
Relax in all the comfort of our interior staterooms. These nicely appointed rooms are an excellent value. For an interior room with a view, there are Promenade Staterooms, available on all Voyager-class ships. They offer all the features of a standard stateroom, plus a bowed window overlooking the Promenade.
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