Suites and balcony staterooms on Allure of the Seas

There are many stateroom accommodations available on Allure of the Seas suitable for family cruise vacations. Suites will give your family the most space. But how do you choose the right suite? Family Cruise Advisor is here to help.

New suite categories launched by Royal Caribbean International on Oasis class ships (Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas) are:

Read more about luxury upgrades at Allure Of The Seas Luxury Stateroom Options For Family Cruisers

Loft Suites on Allure of the Seas offer plenty of space for families

Royal Loft Suite

Plan to be treated like Royalty. The Royal Loft Suite spans two floors with separate bedrooms, private balcony with Jacuzzi, flat screen TVs, wet bar, two dining areas (indoors and outdoors), and Baby Grand piano.

The largest of all lofts on Allure of the Seas, the Royal Loft Suite can connect to a Crown Loft Suite for additional room to accommodate a total of ten guests.

The master bedroom and bath are on the second level. The bath features a tub, shower, two sinks and bidet.

On the main level, there are four twin beds that can be converted to Queens as well as a bath with shower. The Living room sofa converts to double bed.

The private balcony features a whirlpool and dining area.

1,524 square feet, balcony 843 square feet.

Sky Loft Suite

Contemporary, urban lofts that can connect for larger groups. Featuring two floors, private balconies, indoor and outdoor dining areas as well as floor-to-ceiling, double-height windows.

The master bedroom and bath are on the second level. The bedroom features two twin beds that can be converted to a queen. The bath has a shower for two. On the main level is a bath with shower and a sofa that converts to a double bed.

722 square feet, balcony 410 square feet

AquaTheater Suite – Deck 8, 9, or 10

There are six AquaTheater Suites on Allure of the Seas that overlook the Boardwalk and AquaTheater.

Amenities include private wrap-around balconies, outdoor oceanfront dining areas for six, and an outdoor bar for entertaining.

There are two bedrooms that can convert to a queen, with two Pullman beds.

There is also a vanity with a chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, dining room, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms – master bath with tub.

823 square feet, balcony 772 square feet

Crown Loft Suite

The Crown Loft Suite is a two-level urban loft with contemporary décor with private balconies, guest bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and panoramic views of the ocean.

The master bedroom and bath are located on the second level. The bedroom has two twin beds that can be converted to a queen. The bath has a shower for two.

On the main level is a bath with shower and a living room sofa that converts to a double bed.

545 square feet, balcony 114 square feet.

Other Popular Royal Caribbean suite categories include:

Royal Suite on Allure of the Seas sleeps 4 and has one bedroom and two baths

Royal Suite

Allure of the Seas’ Royal Suites offer separate bedrooms, balconies, whirlpool bathtubs, and some even offer baby grand pianos.

The suite features a a master bedroom with queen bed and sitting area and a bath with tub, shower, two sinks and bidet.

The living room sofa converts to a double bed. Guest bathroom with shower, entertainment center, dining room with dry bar, piano. Private balcony with Jacuzzi and dining area.

1,275 square feet, balcony 335 square feet

Royal Family Suite

These large suites offer two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living area with a sofa bed. In order to book the Family Suite, you need a minimum of 5 guests in your party. There are two bedrooms that  can convert to a queen, and two Pullman beds.

There is a vanity with chair in each bedroom, living area with double convertible sofa, marble entry, entertainment center, two bathrooms – master bath with tub. Private balcony with table and chairs.

Can accommodate up to 6 guests.

580 square feet,  balcony 238 square feet

Presidential Family Suite

The Presidential Family Suite on Allure of the Seas has room enough for 14. There must be a minimum of 8 guests on the booking to book the Presidential Family Suite.

The Presidential Family Suite offers four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a private balcony and a living area with a sofa bed. Dual Master bedrooms with twin beds that can convert to a queen. There are two Master baths with tubs.

Also featured are two bedrooms with convertible twin beds/Pullman beds. One bedroom features a bathroom with shower. The guest bathroom is with shower only.

The Presidential Family Suite features floor-to-ceiling glass windows that face the ocean. The spacious balcony provides enough room for the entire group to enjoy the outdoor dining area, with private whirlpool tub.

1,142 square feet, balcony 476 square feet

Owner’s Suite

These luxurious suites offer separate living areas, private balconies and a mini bar. Two twin beds that can convert to a queen. Bathroom with tub, shower and two sinks, marble entry, large closets, living area with table and sofa. Private balcony with table and chairs. The Owner’s Suite on Allure of the Seas can sleep up to four and can accommodate a rollaway bed and/or Pack ‘n Play.

556 square feet, balcony 243 square feet

Grand Suite

The Grand Suite offers a comfortable bedroom, a living area and a private balcony. Two twin beds that can convert to a queen. Private bathroom with tub and  two sinks, marble entry, large closets, sitting area with table and sofa.

371 square feet, balcony 105 square feet

Grand Suites and above will have access to the Concierge Club

For the cost-conscious, consider a Junior Suite. Junior suites on Allure of the Seas offer more space than the balcony staterooms. These suites feature a comfortable bedroom, small sitting area and a private balcony.

Note, however, that the Junior Suites on Allure of the Seas does not  include the services of the Concierge Club as a suite amenity.

Junior suites feature two twin beds that can convert to a Queen, with a bathroom with tub, and sitting area with table and sofa.

287 square feet, balcony 80 square feet

Balcony Staterooms on Allure (and Oasis) of the Seas

  • Boardwalk View Balcony - These staterooms offer inward facing accommodations overlooking the two open-air neighborhoods. All of the Balcony Boardwalk staterooms offer a sitting area (some with sofa bed), minibar and private balcony overlooking the amusements and entertainment down on the Boardwalk.  The staterooms feature two twin beds that can convert into a queen, boardwalk view balcony, sitting area, and a private bathroom. 182 square feet, balcony 52 square feet
  • Central Park View Balcony – The Balcony Central Park staterooms offer a sitting area (some with sofa bed), minibar and private balcony overlooking the restaurants and gardens of the Central Park neighborhood. Two twin beds that can convert to a queen), Central Park view balcony, sitting area, and a private bathroom. 182 square feet, balcony 52 square feet
  • Family Balcony Oceanview - The Family Balcony Oceanview staterooms can accommodate up to six people. There must be a minimum of 5 people in the group to make a reservation in the Family Balcony Oceanview category. There are two twin beds, sofa and/or Pullman beds, and private balcony. Other amenities include a minibar and spacious sitting area. Verify if the cabin you select has a sofa or the Pullman layout. 271 square feet, balcony 82 square feet
  • Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Large Balcony – These staterooms offer a sitting area, vanity area and two twin beds. Private balcony and mini bar available in some configurations. Two twin beds that can convert to a queen), private balcony, sitting area, and bathroom. 182 square feet, balcony 80 square feet
  • Superior Ocean View Stateroom with BalconyThese staterooms offer a sitting area, vanity area, two twin beds, private balcony and mini bar. Two twin beds that can convert into a queen, private balcony, sitting area, and bathroom. 182 square feet, balcony 50 square feet

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