2022 Sea Tales Family Cruise Travel Planner - Cool Places

master bedroom includes private exercise equipment, two dressing rooms with connecting bathrooms and a separate whirlpool bath. Amenities include personal butler service, complimentary bar set up with your choice of spirits or wine and soft drinks, access to the grills lounge and access to the Queens Grill restaurant. Disney Cruise Line Disney Cruise Line’s ships are designed for families, so it’s no surprise that most of their staterooms can be considered family staterooms. Bathrooms have bathtubs, many staterooms offer a “split bath” (in most): a bathroom with a vanity, sink, shower and tub and a half bathroom with a vanity, sink and toilet. Deluxe Family Oceanview and Deluxe Family Oceanview with Verandah staterooms also feature a privacy curtain to separate the sitting and sleeping areas. And will love the mural of Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Wendy and her brothers soaring through a starry sky that is revealed with the upper-berth bed is pulled down. Their largest stateroom is the Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Veranda. This stateroom sleeps 5 with a queen bed with open frame, double sleeper sofa and upper-berth pull-down bed. And with any Concierge Class stateroom you will enjoy down duvets, a pillow menu, and a media library with music, dvds, video and board games. Concierge class passengers receive priority check in and boarding and access to exclusive areas of the ship. Holland America Line Holland America’s newest ships, the Koningsdam and Nieuw Statendam, each offer 32 family ocean-view staterooms. These staterooms range from 222 to 231 square feet and have been reconfigured to feature more living space to spread out and relax. Accommodating up to five guests, family staterooms offer special amenities including two bathrooms and extra closet space. MSC Cruises MSC Cruises offers staterooms for families that can accommodate up to 10 people. They are comprised of two or more connecting staterooms each with its own bathroom. The Super Family stateroom comes at a fixed per-stateroom price, regardless of how many people actually use it. You can choose between Superfamily Plus, Superfamily+ Oceanview or Balcony, Superfamily, Family Balcony and Family Oceanview staterooms. The Executive & Family Suites (measuring 425 to 547 square feet, without a balcony) each feature a sleeping area (with a double bed that can be converted into two singles) and a partitioned-off living room area with a pullout sofa for two. They accommodate up to four guests and tout extras like a spacious wardrobe and bathtub-equipped bathroom. And here’s a helpful tip: On the Divina or Preziosa, you can book two adjacent Executive & Family Suites together (ask for staterooms 12002 and 12004), for a super-suite configuration that sleeps up to 8. Princess Cruises Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of Princess Cruises’ expansive 460- to 687-square-foot suites. A Family Suite includes a spacious cabin, and large 95- to 241-square-foot balcony, along with special suite-only benefits. Suites feature a separate seating area with a sofabed, walk-in closet, full bathroom and deluxe amenities. Princess Cruises offers a Two Bedroom Family suite that can sleep up to 8 people. They include a mini suite stateroom connected to an inside cabin via a shared lounge and two bathrooms, one with a tub. And you will also enjoy all the amenities offered to suite guests. Princess Cruises has a wide selection of staterooms that can accommodate up to four passengers. Plus, they also have connecting staterooms for larger family groups. Royal Caribbean International Aboard Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas, you find the new Ultimate Family Suite. This 2-story stateroom features an in-suite slide, air hockey table, and table tennis and jacuzzi on the balcony! Video game systems, life sized Connect Four, karaoke, plus you own person Royal Genie to ensure your vacation is great.

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