Explorer Of The Seas cabins and suites

Explorer Of The Seas staterooms review, floor plans, photos


Explorer Of The Seas cabins and suites review at CruiseMapper provides detailed information on cruise accommodations, including floor plans, photos, room types and categories, cabin sizes, furniture details and included by Royal Caribbean en-suite amenities and services.

The Explorer Of The Seas cruise ship cabins page is conveniently interlinked with its deck plans showing deck layouts combined with a legend and review of all onboard venues.

Royal Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Royal Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:1
Cabin size:1090 ft2 / 101 m2
Balcony size:170 ft2 / 16 m2
Location (on decks):midship-portside on deck 10
Type (categories):(RS) Royal Suite

Owners Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Owners Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:10
Cabin size:560 ft2 / 52 m2
Balcony size:90 ft2 / 8 m2
Location (on decks):midship on deck 10
Type (categories):(OS) Owners Suite

2-Bedroom Royal Family Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas 2-Bedroom Royal Family Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:8
Staterooms number:4
Cabin size:560 ft2 / 52 m2
Balcony size:245 ft2 / 23 m2
Location (on decks):aft on decks 8, 9
Type (categories):(FS) Two-Bedroom Royal Family Suite

Grand Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Grand Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:22
Cabin size:350 ft2 / 33 m2
Balcony size:100 ft2 / 9 m2
Location (on decks):forward on deck 10
Type (categories):(GS) Grand Suite

Junior Suite

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Junior Suite  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:78
Cabin size:265 ft2 / 25 m2
Balcony size:75 ft2 / 7 m2
Location (on decks):6, 7, 9, 10
Type (categories):(JS) Junior Suite

Balcony Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Balcony Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:362 (Superior), 290 (Deluxe)
Cabin size:Superior (180 ft2 / 17 m2), Deluxe (165 ft2 / 15 m2)
Balcony size:50 ft2 / 5 m2
Location (on decks):6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Type (categories):(D1, D2, D3) Superior Balcony, (E1, E2, E3) Deluxe Balcony cabins

2-Bedroom Family Oceanview Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas 2-Bedroom Family Oceanview Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:6
Staterooms number:8
Cabin size:265 ft2 / 25 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):6, 7, 8, 9
Type (categories):(FO) Two-Bedroom Family Oceanview cabin

Panoramic Oceanview Cabin

Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:24
Cabin size:405 ft2 / 38 m2 (category P2 is 180 ft2 / 17 m2)
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):forward on deck 12
Type (categories):(P2, P1-Superior, PF-Family) Panoramic Oceanview / Outside cabins

Oceanview Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Oceanview Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:4; 6 (FO-Family)
Staterooms number:202 (incl 20x FO)
Cabin size:Standard (160 ft2 / 15 m2), Large (180 ft2 / 17 m2), Family (260 ft2 / 25 m2)
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9
Type (categories):(H-I-Standard, F-Large, FO-Family) Oceanview / Outside cabins

Promenade Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Promenade Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:2
Staterooms number:138
Cabin size:160 ft2 / 15 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):6, 7, 8
Type (categories):(PR) Atrium Promenade View / Inside cabin

Interior Cabin

Layout (floor plan)

Explorer Of The Seas Interior Cabin  floor plan
Max passengers:4
Staterooms number:504
Cabin size:150 ft2 / 14 m2 (category Q is 135 ft2 / 13 m2)
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Type (categories):(Q-Small, L-Standard, K-M-N-Large, VB-Virtual Balcony) Interior / Inside cabins

Explorer Of The Seas cabins review

Of all Explorer cruise ship cabins, 707 (or 48%) have private balcony views, and 569 are with 3rd/4th bed. Wheelchair accessible are 26 staterooms. The total number of cabin categories is 29, including the "Guaranteed" categories W-Suite, X-Balcony, Y-Oceanview, and Z-Inside.

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

  • All Explorer of the Seas Suites have a king bed, large-size bathroom (whirlpool bathtub, separate shower), vanity area, walk-in closet, large living area (queen-size sofabed, dining area/pantry, wet bar, kitchen, dining table), private balcony (sliding floor-ceiling doors, whirlpool bathtub, sun loungers).
  • Guests in all Suites (excluding Junior Suites only) enjoy the following bonus amenities: Concierge Service (24-hour Concierge Lounge access /continental breakfast, hours d’ oeuvres, CD/DVD library, private parties arrangements, priority services (Salon/Spa reservations, booking RCI cruise tours/excursions, dining reservations).
  • RCI Royal Suite accommodations have 2 separate bedrooms (each has 2 twin beds /convertible to queen), plus another room with bunk beds (for 3rd/4th person). Additional amenities in Royal Suites are media centre (surround sound, large flat TV, stereo, CD/DVD player), baby grand piano.
  • Royal Family Suites have 2 separate bedrooms (each with 2 twin beds /to queen), another room with 3rd/4th bunk beds, living room (vanity, double sofa bed, dining table), 2 separate bathrooms (both with shower, one has a bathtub).
  • All balcony staterooms are with floor-ceiling sliding doors opening to a private veranda. On the Royal Caribbean Explorer ship, cabin balconies on decks 7 and above have plexiglass, while those on deck 6 are with steel railings. All portside and starboard balconies are with in-hull design. Solid metal rises up to 3 ft / 1 m from deck floor, while the other part of the railing is open. Aft-location verandas have larger metal structures. Aft-facing balconies are warmer compared to the other ones during cold-weather cruise itineraries. Side-location balconies offer better views since the ones closer to the middle are more enclosed. The ship’s mid-aft part is humped (wider). Cabins on the aft hump’s outer part are premium location staterooms.
  • You can save money by booking a forward/aft stateroom in the category you are interested in. Their sizes and features (amenities) are the same as of the more expensive mid-location staterooms.
  • Panoramic Oceanview cabins (on Spa deck 12) are in categories P1, P2 and PF-Family. Each of them features fore-location and a floor-ceiling wraparound window (sized in inches 76 high x 100-320 wide / in meters 1,9 height x 2,5-8 width). That is one huge window. These are premium cruise accommodations overlooking the ship’s bow. They are spacious (between 190-405 ft2 / 18-38 m2), each with 2 twin beds (convertible) plus 1 double sofa bed, larger living area. These staterooms offer amazing unobstructed views and bookings at cheaper than balcony cabin prices.
  • Category FO-Family Oceanview cabins are perfect for families with more kids. Sized 230 ft2 (22 m2), they accommodate up to 6 passengers making them a cheaper alternative to booking connecting cabins. Each FOV stateroom has 2 large picture windows (round-shaped), separate bedroom (with Pullman beds / upper-lower bunk beds), large living area (1 double sofa bed, 2 twin beds /convertible), minibar, more seating and closet space, bathroom (WC/shower).
  • All Oceanview cabins have a Picture Window (round-shaped window, size is 24-inch / 61 cm). Fore-location oceanview rooms have one round-shaped window overlooking the ship’s bow.
  • Atrium Promenade staterooms (category PR-Promenade View) are a unique type of inside cabins with bowed windows overlooking the Atrium’s Royal Promenade. The room’s bowed window gives more interior space and is also a great vantage point to watch the Royal Promenade’s “street” activities – including the parade each evening. Remember to keep the curtains closed at night as there are Promenade cabins across the street too.
  • A unique new cabin type is the Royal Caribbean’s VB-Interior cabin with Virtual Balcony. The stateroom features a floor-ceiling LED screen (size 80-inch / 2 m). This is a 4K ultra-HD screen (no TV functions) that receives a live (real-time) video streaming from the ship’s outside cameras. This means you will enjoy “balcony views” along the ship’s itinerary route without paying balcony cabin prices.
  • All Explorer of the Seas cabins as amenities have 2 twin beds (convertible to queen), ample closet/drawer space, private bathroom (shower, hair dryer, bath products), sitting area (desk, drawers, vanity, sofa), flat TV, individual air-conditioning, direct-dial phone, safe, radio, minibar, Internet access, 24 hour room service (5-12 am /complimentary).
  • Some staterooms have either sofa bed or upper/bunk beds (Pullman beds) for 3rd/4th person. The twin bed size is 36 x 82 inch (90 x 210 cm).
  • In-cabin babysitting is available at an 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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