The basic Cabin with Balcony setup offers the same amenities as the ocean-view cabin, but has a closet, desk, and a balcony with patio furniture.
The cabins offering a balcony range in size from 233 to 285-square-feet, including the balcony, and are generally laid out with beds overlooking views over the ocean.
The balcony cabins feature amenities similar to the Interior Double, with dual twin beds that can be made into a single queen bed. The rooms could also sleep a third with an optional rollaway bed, but space would be extremely limited.
The bathroom setup has all the requirements, but is quite cramped. There is a stand-up shower and limited space.
The cabins offering a balcony do have a small closet for personal belongings, though again space is at a premium.
The balcony may not have enough room to stretch out on, but it does offer patio furniture to sit out and enjoy the views.
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