Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony-E1: Jewel of the Seas

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Size: 162 sq ft.; Balcony: 51 sq ft.

Occupancy: 2 guests standard - some sleep 3 or 4

Amenities: Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King sitting area (some with sofa bed to accommodate one passenger) mini-bar private balcony private bathroom with vanity area and hairdryer telephone radio and closed-circuit TV.

Please Note: Staterooms 7064 7664 8060 8162 8164 8166 8662 8664 and 8666 have obstructed views..

Wheelchair Accessible Staterooms: 7110 and 7610 (271 sq ft.; Balcony: 131 sq ft.)

Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to a Royal King bed with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces private balcony sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.

Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms; as of January 1 2014 smoking will also be prohibited on balconies.

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony E1 Reviews

5 out of 5

Fabulous Cruise Aboard the Jewel of the Seas - Transatlantic Crossing - November 6 - Highly Recommend it! by 907Woman

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The cabin is snug but very functional. We were able to unpack our suitcases and put everything away. We stored our suitcases in the closet but they were on the smaller side. The balcony was a nice size for sitting out and suntanning. Being on the port side also allowed us to view some beautiful sunrises. Tip - It makes a huge difference on the side of the ship you select. You always want to be on the sunny side of the ship if you have a balcony. Going south to the Caribbean you want to be on the port (left) side of the ship.

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