Royal Caribbean Rooms
Staterooms vary by ship, but all feature a television, telephone, private bath and shower. Families can stay in the interior of the ship in Family Interior Staterooms that accommodate up to six people with foldaway bunk beds and sofas in living rooms. Though cribs are not provided, Pack 'n Plays are available and serve a similar purpose for young ones. Rooms with a balcony are also available. Larger families, or those who want more privacy, may opt for a suite. Sleeping up to 16 people, these accommodations offer multiple rooms, bathtubs and private balconies. Oasis, the newest fleet, offers loft suites that have separate bedrooms on two levels. These units contain upgraded electronics, like flat-screen televisions, and, in some cases, Jacuzzis. Aquatheater Suites display wraparound balconies that overlook the amphitheater. The Presidential Family Suite presents four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a living area with a sleeper sofa. You can tailor your cruise experience to be as lavish and extravagant as you want, rivaling an on-land experience.

For more on Royal Caribbean Cruise Line rooms, visit our sister site Cruise Critic .

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