The Breakaway has a number of stateroom accommodations.

Inside Staterooms
As the cheapest rooms, these units do not provide ocean views and are smaller than other accommodations. For families, interior family rooms consist of two connecting rooms, each outfitted with two twin beds, a shower and a small TV. There isn't much room to move in these units, so if you can splurge on a larger room, do!

Oceanview Staterooms
These rooms include the new Family Stateroom that offers a window and a bathtub. There are privacy curtains in larger rooms, with a king bed for parents and a daybed and drop-down bed for kids. While the ship claims these rooms accommodate five, it may mean kids doubling up on a bed or one child sleeping in the king with mom and dad.

Balcony Staterooms
Balcony Staterooms have private balconies with two chairs and a small table, as well as sitting areas with a daybed and drop-down bed. These rooms come with showers; if you would prefer a bathtub, be sure to request a Family Stateroom.

Haven Family Suite
If you can splurge, select a Haven Family Suite. The Haven is the Breakaway's intimate and inclusive forward area of the ship, with private guest services, a lounge and deck. Two-Bedroom Family Haven Suites provide a four-person dining table, a sofa bed and a large flat-screen TV in the sitting area. The kid's room features another sofa bed and drop-down bed, as well as a bathroom with a shower, one sink and a small TV. Parents receive a king master bed, flat-screen TV and large bathroom, which features views of the ocean and has a garden tub, separate shower and a separate toilet.

Written by Lissa Harnish Poirot



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