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Outside Concierge Suites (R,S,T)

Outside Concierge Suites (R,S,T)

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The best of the ship’s staterooms, these suites (all on the highest passenger decks) offer many luxuries. All feature extra-large verandahs, DVD and CD players, dining areas, wet bars, marble bathrooms, walk-in closets, special pillows, robes and slippers, plus concierge and expanded room service.


Concierge guests get perks like priority boarding, a separate waiting area in the terminal, a special planning meeting once you’re aboard, a character meet-and-greet, personalized stationery, and some special surprise gifts. You may be able to request water and soda delivery for your room. All suites come with concierge service. You can make reservations for Palo, Remy, childcare, the spa, and shore excursions in advance of most other guests, and the concierge staff will help with other special requests. You can borrow from a library of CDs, DVDs, and games (board and electronic)—check the concierge book in your stateroom for a list. The crew often adds goodies, such as a fruit basket or cookies. Suite guests also get expanded room service, meaning you can order a full breakfast in the mornings (same menu as Lumiere’s/Triton’s/Royal Palace/Royal Court—see page 164). Royal Suite guests can also order from most restaurants during dinner hours (including Palo)—menus are available from concierge, or check our menus in chapter 4 (page 159). Suite guests can also book massages in their staterooms. All ships have a Concierge Lounge with snacks, drinks (including cocktails before dinner), magazines, and TVs, and a private Concierge sun deck. The Dream Class has a private entrance to Senses Spa.


The suites are extremely popular; if you do not book one far in advance, expect to be put on a waiting list.

Refreshed suite decor debuted on the Magic in October 2013 and the Wonder in 2015.

Concierge guests get online priority booking for excursions, spa treatments, Palo, Remy, kids’ programming, and nursery up to 120 days in advance (see page 189). If you have not booked in advance, plan to meet with the concierge staff on your first afternoon.

Suites guests have a choice of pillows: a hypo-allergenic, feather, and/or therapeutic memory foam pillow.

Concierge guests have gold Key to the World cards.

Note that deposits for suites are non-refundable.

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