Empress Of The Seas cabins and suites

Empress Of The Seas staterooms review, floor plans, photos

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Royal Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Empress Of The Seas Royal Suite  floor plan
Max passengers: 4
Staterooms number: 1
Cabin size: 590 ft2 / 55 m2
Balcony size: 290 ft2 / 27 m2
Location (on decks): forward-portside on deck 8
Type (categories): (RS) Royal Suite

Owners Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Empress Of The Seas Owners Suite  floor plan
Max passengers: 4
Staterooms number: 5
Cabin size: 185-240 ft2 / 17-22 m2
Balcony size: 140-290 ft2 / 13-27 m2
Location (on decks): forward on decks 7, 8, 9
Type (categories): (OS) Owners Suite

(Balcony Cabin) Junior Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Empress Of The Seas (Balcony Cabin) Junior Suite  floor plan
Max passengers: 3
Staterooms number: 63
Cabin size: 110-155 ft2 / 10-14 m2
Balcony size: 30-140 ft2 / 3-13 m2
Location (on decks): 7, 8, 9
Type (categories): (JS) Junior Suite / balcony cabins

Oceanview Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Empress Of The Seas Oceanview Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers: 4
Staterooms number: 425
Cabin size: 110-205 ft2 / 10-19 m2
Balcony size: none
Location (on decks): 3, 4, 7, 8, 9
Type (categories): (SO-Small Obstructed, F1-F2-F3-Picture Window, G-H-I-Porthole) Oceanview / Outside cabins

Interior Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Empress Of The Seas Interior Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers: 4
Staterooms number: 302
Cabin size: 110-145 ft2 / 11-13 m2
Balcony size: none
Location (on decks): 3, 4, 7, 8, 9
Type (categories): (K, L, M, N, Q) Interior / Inside cabins

Empress Of The Seas cabins review

Of all Empress cruise ship cabins, wheelchair accessible (for disabled passengers) are only 3. These are staterooms numbers 4550 (H-Outside), and 4605-4607 (N-Inside). Total number of cabin categories is 18, including the "Guaranteed" categories W-Suite, Y-Oceanview, and Z-Inside. Know that, since this is an older cruise vessel, its passenger accommodations are typically smaller in comparison to the standard for the respective cabin types on newer ships.

Follows the review of RCI Empress of the Seas staterooms as amenities, furniture and services:

  • All Empress of the Seas suites have queen beds, large-size bathroom (whirlpool bathtub, separate shower), spacious living area (vanity, walk-in closet, drawers), private veranda (with lounge furniture).
  • The list of Suite bonus amenities includes: luxury mattress/pillows, CD/DVD library, private parties arrangements, priority services (Salon/Spa reservations, booking RCI cruise tours/excursions, dining reservations, express luggage delivery, embarkation/disembarkation and tendering), reserved theater seats, luxury cotton robes, pool deck VIP seating, complimentary pressing (on formal nights only).
  • The Royal Suite has a separate master bedroom (queen bed, walk-in closet, direct bath access), bathroom (whirlpool bathtub, separate shower and vanity), separate living room (refrigerator, wet bar, dining area /4-seat table), lounge area (with comfortable seating, media center) and spacious private balcony (fitted with a 4-seat dining table and sun loungers).
  • Owner Suites are also with a private balcony, bathrooms with bathtubs, and have an additional sofa bed to accommodate 3rd person.
  • Junior Suites are with convertible to Royal King twin beds (some with a sofa bed for 3rd person), lounge area, private balconies, bathtubs in the bathrooms. Note: The following Junior Suite accommodations are without a sitting area: on deck 7 (cabins 7186, 7188, 7686, 7688, 7690), on deck 8 (cabin 8686) and on deck 9 (cabin 9684).
  • The outside cabin category SO-Superior Ocean View offers larger room size but has obstructed views (due to lifeboats). Each of these staterooms has a picture window, 2 twin beds /convertible), bathroom (shower), larger living area (desk, drawers, vanity, sofa). The Oceanview cabin grades F1-F2-F3 are also with Picture Windows (round-shaped window, size is 24-inch / 61 cm).
  • Outside cabins in categories H and G (located on the ship’s lowest passenger decks 3 and 4) are with porthole windows. Category I offers Partially Obstructed views.
  • All Empress of the Seas cabins as amenities have 2 twin beds (convertible to Royal King), ample closet/drawer space, private bathroom (shower/bathtub, hair dryer, bath products), sitting area (desk, drawers, vanity area, sofa), flat TV, individual air-conditioning, direct-dial phone, safe, radio, mini bar, Internet access, 24 hour room service (5-12 am /complimentary).
  • Most lower-grade staterooms have additional sofa bed or/and bunk beds (aka Pullman beds) for 3rd/4th person. The twin bed’s size is 36 x 82 inch (90 x 210 cm).
  • In-cabin babysitting is available at hourly fee (US$19 per kid) for 4 kids per stateroom max.
  • For in-cabin use can be borrowed movies, toys and games suitable for kids with autism.
  • RCI’s new Wi-Fi costs US$15 per device per day (50% discount on a second device). The Wi-Fi is always on (shipwide coverage) and super fast (even for streaming movies).

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