Majesty of the Seas Review



Cabins: Cabins are comfortable, but standard ocean-view and inside categories are a tight squeeze for more than two occupants. When this ship was conceived, staterooms were viewed as primarily for sleeping and changing clothes, so even the suites are on the small size by current standards. Every cabin has adequate closet and drawer/shelf storage. The added personal space provided by the balconies in higher-end accommodations is a real plus. Third and fourth Pullman beds are found in a variety of stateroom categories, as are connecting staterooms—a plus for families that require more room to spread out.

Suites: All suites and junior suites have a minibar, balcony, and bathtub. Royal family suites have a seating area, dining area, two bedrooms (one with two twin beds and an upper bunk, one with queen-size bed), and two bathrooms.

Amenities: A vanity-desk, TV, safe, and hair dryer are typical Sovereign-class features in all categories. Bathrooms have shampoo and bath gel.

Accessibility: Six staterooms are designed for wheelchair accessibility.


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