The Adventure of the Seas is like a floating five-star hotel with 1557 staterooms. Of these, over 1000 have a view of the ocean and 757 have a balcony. All have 19-inch TV’s and a mini-bar, a hair dryer, wall safe and dial up Internet service. There is a fee for the use of the Internet in your stateroom though.

The Royal Suites are the most luxurious accommodations at sea with 1188 square feet of interior space and a balcony measuring 170 square feet. The main bedroom contains a king size bed and there is a sofa bed in the living room that converts to a queen size bed. The private bathroom features a hot tub and a whirlpool tub in addition to the shower. The living room features a baby grand piano and there is a large dining room table and entertainment center for your entertaining needs.






The Owner’s Suite on the Adventure of the Seas measures 506 square feet with a 64-square foot balcony. The bedroom in this suite has a queen size bed and the sofa in the living room also converts to a queen size bed. Family suites can accommodate larger groups of people with two interconnecting staterooms. Each of these has two twin beds that can be transformed into a larger size bed. The living room has a pull out sofa so that eight guests can sleep comfortably in this suite. There are two bathrooms in these suites, one with a shower only and the other with a tub and shower.

The other categories of suites include junior suites and mini-suites, which range from 277 to 381 square feet in size and have balconies ranging from 69 to 97 square feet. By booking a suite on this cruise ship you also have extra amenities in concierge service, priority reservation of the rock climbing wall and spa, personalized stationery and pre-ordering of wines for dinner.

The ocean view staterooms are quite spacious so you won’t feel cramped when you book this type of accommodations on the Adventure of the Seas. These range in size from 180 to 188 square feet. Some have floor to ceiling patio doors that open onto a large balcony, while others have a large picture window. There are also staterooms in this category for families that can sleep eight quite comfortably. The sleeping arrangements consist of two twin beds that can convert to a queen size bed and some of the staterooms have a sleeper sofa in the sitting room area. The bathrooms contain a shower only.

All the interiors staterooms measure 160 square feet and have a private bathroom, two twin beds that can be made into one larger size bed and table and chairs. All categories include wheelchair accessible staterooms with wider doors and no-step showers.

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