The Mini-Suite offers approximately 50-square-feet more than the standard balcony stateroom, with several premium features.
The Mini-Suite only adds an additional 50-square-feet of space over the standard balcony stateroom, but it’s put to good use with the addition of a tub in the bathroom and a small walk-in closet off the main room. There is also a more separated (if still compressed) living area next to the balcony, with a couch, desk, and second television.
The bedroom is not upgraded greatly over the smaller staterooms, with two twin beds that can be made into a single queen bed and limited extra space.
The Mini-Suite offers a larger bathroom overall. It’s still mostly the basics, but there’s more room to spread out in addition to the full tub and massage shower head.
The living area is quite small, but it is separated from the bedroom, with just enough extra room to put your feet up and watch the second television from the couch.
The floor plan of the mini-suite allows for a larger walk-in storage area alongside the more accommodating bathroom.
The Mini-Suite offers balcony views with patio furniture included. The balconies of each stateroom are separated by a small divider, with ocean views and multiple decks rising upward.
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