The Superior Suite was the biggest room we had ever had on a cruise and I loved it! Plenty of closet space with three closets, double sinks in the bathroom and lots of seating both in the room and on the balcony. The interior stateroom (below) was pretty much a room with no windows and a bathroom with one sink and a shower. But it added so much space to put our stuff and for everyone to sleep very comfortably. Plus it gave us an extra TV at night when the kids wanted to watch different movies. They were thrilled to have their own spaces.
We will definitely stick with this two room thing. It worked out great. The kids actually spent more time in the room than me and my husband. They loved being able to spread out, have some quiet time to read or being able to watch what they wanted on TV. Plus we had two bathrooms with three showers total. That made getting ready at the same time SO much easier.
This cruise left from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and stopped in Grand Turk (Turks & Caicos), Charlotte Amalie (St. Thomas), Phillipsburg (St. Maarten) and Half Moon Cay (Bahamas). Stay tuned for posts on all those stops.
What’s your favorite accommodation on a cruise? As a family of four, we have stayed in a Verandah Stateroom, an Interior Stateroom (yes, all four of us together) and this room combo above. You can see why we liked this the best so far.