With five categories of accommodations to choose from on the Independence of the Seas and the large number of cabins it has, you won’t have much difficulty finding the stateroom or suite that best suits your interest and budget. There are also staterooms designed for families and can accommodate more than 3 or 4 guests.

All the staterooms and suites on this ship have interactive flat-screen TV’s, plenty of closet and storage space, radio and telephone, in-room safe, refrigerator and mini-bar. There are also tea and coffee making facilities and there is no need to bring your hair dryer because there is one in every cabin.

Suite sizes range from the huge Royal suite that measures1406 square feet and has a 377 square foot balcony to the Junior Suite that measures 287 square feet with a 101 square foot balcony. The family suite is large enough to accommodate 14 guests and has an enormous balcony measuring 810 square feet.

Whether you have a suite, an oceanview stateroom with a balcony or a large picture window or an interior cabin, each one contains two twin beds that can be configured into a queen size bed. The larger suites have separate bedrooms with sleeper sofas in the living room area. The family suites and staterooms have interconnecting rooms with many different sleeping arrangements and for the convenience of the many guests these rooms can accommodate there are several bathrooms.

You also have the option of booking an interior cabin with a view. This type of stateroom has a large picture window giving you a view of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Shop and because the view is obstructed you do qualify for free ice cream during your cruise.

In the suites, the bathrooms are quite spacious containing a whirlpool tub in addition to a separate shower. The remainder of the accommodations on the Independence of the Seas feature bathrooms with a shower only.

There are wheelchair accessible staterooms and suites that have wider than normal doors and showers that easily accommodate a wheelchair. Smoking is not permitted in any of the staterooms, but there are designated areas where smokers can have a smoke on this ship.

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