Since our cruise on Norwegian Getaway two years ago, where we had the chance to look at the different types of accommodation onboard the ship, we’ve enrolled in the cabin crawls.
For more pictures of the various staterooms onboard Norwegian Getaway read our post A short Getaway – a place to sleep..
Because there were only two sea days, or should I say days to recuperate from the many ports of call, on this cruise, there was no organized cabin crawl. So on the last day of our cruise with Rhapsody of the Seas we decided to hold our own little mini crawl.
The first cabin we visited was the Barbados Suite, a grand suite with balcony.
The 353 sq. ft (33 sq. m.) suite features two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, a private balcony, a sitting area with sofa bed and private bathroom with bathtub. Also included are a refrigerator, a vanity area, a hair-dryer, a TV, a DVD player, two phones, a safe, a vanity table with an extendable working surface and 110/220 electrical outlets. The suite sleeps up to four people.
The second cabin we had a look at was the Hayden Suite, one of the Owner’s Suites onboard Rhapsody of the Seas.
The Owner’s Suites measure 515 sq. ft. (48 sq. m.) and feature a Queen-size bed, a private balcony (116 sq. ft or 11 sq. m.) , a private bathroom with bathtub, and a separate living area with queen-size sofa bed.
Even though we really liked these two spacious suites, and let’s be honest who wouldn’t want to spend 10 days in these staterooms, we were more than happy with our own little cabin. After all, with only two days at sea, there was almost no time to enjoy the comforts of these beautiful accommodations. Nevertheless we’ll gladly accept the upgrade on our next Transatlantic journey…