A look at the great sequels to Wonder of the Seas

What does a suite look like on the world’s largest cruise ship?

Staying in a suite means enjoying the finest accommodations at Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas, which come in a variety of configurations and price points.

When you book a suite, you get the most space available in a cruise cabin on board, both inside and on your balcony. That means space to spread out and fully enjoy your home away from home.

Plus, a suite gives you added perks like concierge service, priority boarding and departure privileges, and dedicated entertainment seating.

Whether you choose to book a suite or not, it’s always fun to watch what these giant cabins look like, just so you can get an idea of ​​what it’s like for you.

Royal Caribbean recently shared remarkable photos of some of the Wonder of the Seas suites. Keep in mind that it’s not all suite types, but there are a few varieties to give you an idea of ​​what it is.

From spacious to lavish, here’s a look at some of Wonder’s suites.

Accessible Loft Suite

Loft suites are the two-level staterooms first introduced on Oasis-class cruise ships that really stand out for encompassing more than one floor.

This particular suite is a wheelchair accessible cabin (there is an elevator to take the wheelchair to the second level near the cabin entrance).

Royal Caribbean offers accessible rooms in the following categories: Crown Loft Suite, Junior Suite, Ultra Spacious Ocean View with Large Balcony, Ocean View Balcony, Central Park View Balcony, Ocean View, Interior, Interior with Virtual Balcony

Crown Loft Suite

Here is an overview of the standard loft suite on Wonder of the Seas, without the accessibility option.

The Crown Loft Suite (category L1) has two levels and has a Royal King bed upstairs and a sofa bed downstairs.

Royal Loft Suite

If you’re looking to upgrade from a standard loft suite, the Royal Loft Suite offers more living space as well as Star Class perks, such as your very own Royal Genie.

Read more: What is the difference between a Suite Concierge and a Royal Genie?

The Royal Loft Suite offers 1,524 square feet of living space, plus 843 square feet of balcony space. Compare that to 545 square feet in a Crown loft suite!

Two-Bedroom AquaTheatre Suite

Another Star Class cabin is located at the end of the ship with stunning views of the ocean and the AquaTheater below.

If you like a good balcony, this cabin probably has the best because of its mass.

On Deck 8, the AquaTheater Suite has 823 square feet of living space and an additional 772 square feet of balcony space. That’s almost double the interior space.

Ultimate Family Suite

Have you heard of Royal Caribbean’s most expensive suite?

The Ultimate Family Suite is massive on Wonder of the Seas, boasting a kid-centric design and 1,134 square feet inside and 212 on the balcony.

The sequel location is also different on Wonder of the Seas compared to Symphony of the Seas. While on Symphony the suite overlooks the sports area, the ultimate family suite on Wonder faces the forward and starboard sides of the ship.

If you’re willing to book this bad boy, it won’t come cheap. Pricing will vary depending on sailing, but prices typically start around $25,000 and quickly increase from there.

Sun Deck Neighborhood Suite

There are many perks that come with a suite on Wonder of the Seas, including access to the Suite Neighborhood sun deck.

Exclusively for suite guests, the Sun Deck offers a special space to enjoy the ocean view that features a plunge pool, lounge chairs, and bar.

Wonder of the Seas is the only Oasis-class cruise ship that has its own suite quarter, which forced the company to put fewer suites on the ship so they would have space for the zone.

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