Junior Suite with Balcony-YU: Oasis of the Seas

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Size: 287 sq ft.; Balcony: 80 sq ft.

Occupancy: 2 guests standard - some sleep 3

Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to Queen private bathroom with tub sitting area with table and sofa private balcony an interactive flat-screen TV iPod docking station mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Wheelchair Accessible Staterooms: 14254 and 14654 (390 sq ft.; Balcony 107 sq. ft.)

Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to Queen with open bed frames 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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Junior Suite with Balcony YU Reviews

5 out of 5

Great Ship, mostly great food, just ok itinerary by kaiserejk

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I'm calling our Junior Suite it a balcony here, but it was designated as a junior suite. The difference between an ocean view balcony and the Jr Suite is the junior suite is wider by about 3 extra feet, and it's a bit longer because it goes out all the way to the hallway vs having a indention at the doorway. We had a walk in closed and a real bathroom too. Also our balcony is about 50% bigger than a normal balcony. But calling a junior suite a suite is a bit of an exaggeration. The price isn't that much more than an ocean view balcony and it's laid out almost exactly like a regular ocean view balcony room. That said you do get access to the Coastal Kitchen restaurant for dinner, and that in itself was awesome. A real suite is laid out different, quite a bit larger, and also quite a bit more expensive. I highly recommend the Jr Suite if you don't mind spending a few hundred more dollars. There's also an inside balcony that overlooks one of the various neighborhoods. Although that's better than looking at a wall, we didn't like the idea of looking out over a busy public area and it was worth the money to get the ocean view.

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