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What are the different types of staterooms/suites?



We group our onboard accommodations into four categories:



  • Interior

  • Outside

  • Balcony

  • Suites/Deluxe


All of our accommodations are designed to be comfortable places you can kick back and relax in after a day of adventure. Our staterooms and suites vary by ship, but every room offers a television, telephone, private bath, shower, vanity and a hair-dryer. And depending on your stateroom/suite category, you’re accommodations many include other amenities such as bathrobes, sitting areas, even a whirlpool tub!



What size will my stateroom/suite be?



The simple answer is: they’re all different. Please contact your travel agent or our Customer Service Department for the size of your specific stateroom/suite.


To get an idea of the size and layout of our stateroom and suite types, be sure to check out our staterooms page.



What amenities are offered in the staterooms?



Our staterooms and suites vary by ship, but every room offers a television, telephone, private bath, shower, vanity and a hair dryer. And, like a fine hotel, all of our staterooms provide soap and (depending on your ship) a 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner.


Depending on your stateroom/suite category, your accommodations may include other amenities such as bathrobes, mini bars and more. Please check with your travel agent or our Customer Service Department to find out what specific amenities are included in your stateroom/suite.



Can I keep valuables in my stateroom?


The following ships have safes in the stateroom where you can store your valuables:



  • Adventure of the Seas

  • Allure of the Seas

  • Brilliance of the Seas

  • Enchantment of the Seas

  • Explorer of the Seas

  • Freedom of the Seas

  • Grandeur of the Seas

  • Independence of the Seas

  • Jewel of the Seas

  • Legend of the Seas

  • Liberty of the Seas

  • Majesty of the Seas

  • Mariner of the Seas

  • Navigator of the Seas

  • Grandeur of the Seas

  • Radiance of the Seas

  • Rhapsody of the Seas

  • Serenade of the Seas

  • Splendour of the Seas

  • Vision of the Seas

  • Voyager of the Seas


Safety Deposit boxes are available fleetwide on Royal Caribbean vessels. They are available at the Guest Relations (Purser’s) Desk. This service is free of charge unless the key is lost. A nominal fee will apply for any lost keys. Safety deposit boxes are available on a first come first serve basis.


Is there room service onboard?


Room service is available onboard any time of the day or night – simply order from the room service menu located in your stateroom/suite (late night service charge of $3.95* applies).


*Service charge subject to change without notice.


What is the actual dimension of Royal Caribbean's two lower twin beds when pushed together?


Royal Caribbean’s beds when pushed together are 72.5” wide by 82” long.

What are the dimensions of the beds onboard?


Royal Caribbean’s stateroom beds across the entire fleet are twin beds that convert to a Royal King size bed. A Royal King bed measures 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long.

What is a Virtual Balcony?


A Virtual Balcony is an 80-inch high-definition screen inside interior staterooms that spans nearly floor to ceiling. For the first time ever, you can enjoy real-time views and sounds of the ocean and destinations from the comfort of your interior stateroom.

What else can the Virtual Balcony be used for?


At this time, only real-time, scenic views are available.

What type of sound comes out of the Virtual Balcony?


Inside your Virtual Balcony stateroom, you’ll hear the sounds of the ocean in real time as you cruise to your next destination.

What will I see from my Virtual Balcony?


This industry innovation will be as true to life as a real balcony view. You’ll be able to take in sunrises and sunsets while at sea, along with ports and destinations.

Can the virtual balcony screens be used for TV viewing or customized logos to cater to corporate clients?


No, for the viewing pleasure of our guests, the content will be scenic only at this time

Will the staterooms with Virtual Balconies have obstructing views?


The Virtual Balcony staterooms will be as true to life as a real balcony view as possible. As such, there will be times (such as in port) when guests looking out a balcony will have their view obstructed by a building, for example.

Can you hook up an Xbox or other gaming system to the virtual balcony screen?


At this time, we are not planning to offer this feature. The vertical orientation of the TVs would make this a less than ideal screen on which to play video games.

Will there be an On/Off switch for the virtual balcony view in the interior staterooms?


Yes, guests will have the option of having the screen either on or off.