As cruise ships continue to grow in size, the number of bumper-sized cabins has increased, giving guests plenty of room to spread out and relax as they holiday on the world’s oceans. All the major cruise liners now boast an impressive array of differently-sized cabins and staterooms, from small and cosy single rooms to massive family suites with all the mod cons you’d expect at home.
Alongside dining options, on-board entertainment and itineraries, cabin size is among the most important factors for holidaymakers when selecting which cruise ship to holiday aboard. For those who like to spend a lot of time in the privacy of their own cabin, having plenty of space is of foremost importance – so knowing which cruise ships and lines boast the biggest cabins can help make the booking decision that bit easier.
And rather than sifting through brochures and websites, comparing cruise ship cabin sizes, we’ve done the legwork for you, compiling all the information in these easy-to-read tables.
7 Largest Suites on the Seas
If you and your family are looking for the most luxurious and spacious stay on the seas, here are the seven largest suites available aboard the major cruise lines. With massive bedrooms, great shared spaces, amazing balconies and incredible amenities, these suites are the perfect place to relax and unwind on the open ocean.
|Norwegian Cruise Line||Haven 3 Bedroom Garden Villa||4,251-6,695 sq ft||Norwegian Dawn
Baby grand piano
|Royal Caribbean||Royal Loft Suite||2,253-2,474 sq ft||Allure of the Seas
Harmony of the Seas
Oasis of the Seas Anthem of the Seas Ovation of the Seas Quantum of the Seas
Exclusive sun deck
|Cunard Cruises||Queen’s Grill Penthouse||2,249 sq ft||Queen Mary 2||Dedicated concierge
Exclusive lounge access
|Royal Caribbean||Presidential Family Suite||2,014-2,025 sq ft||Freedom of the Seas Liberty of the Seas||Concierge club access
Daily hors d’oeuvres
|Cunard Cruises||Queen’s Grill Suite||2,131 sq ft||Queen Victoria Queen Elizabeth||Dedicated concierge
|Celebrity Cruises||Reflection Suite||1,830 sq ft||Celebrity Reflection||Personal butler
Private restaurant and lounge access
|Princess Cruises||Family Suite with Balcony||1,781 sq ft||Diamond Princess Sapphire Princess Star Princess||Exclusive lounge access
Daily hors d’oeuvres
The Largest Standard Cabins
If you don’t have a bottomless pit of money for the holiday fund, the massive suites might be slightly outside of your budget. But that doesn’t mean you should be strapped for space when relaxing in your on-board cabin – we’ve scoured the stats sheets to identify the largest standard cabins across all the major cruise lines.
|Azamara Cruises||Club Verandah Stateroom||215 sq ft||Azamara Journey
|Carnival Cruises||Havana Cabana||245 sq ft||Carnival Vista|
|Celebrity Cruises||Family Veranda Stateroom||678 sq ft||Celebrity Solstice
|Cunard Cruises||Britannia Balcony Stateroom||242-472 sq ft||Queen Elizabeth
Queen Mary 2
|Disney||Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah||263 sq ft||Disney Dream
|Fred Olsen Cruises||Deluxe Balcony||225 sq ft||Braemar|
|Holland America||Verandah Stateroom||420 sq ft||Koningsdam|
|MSC Cruises||Balcony Cabins||42 sq m||MSC Divina
|Norwegian Cruise Line||Aft-Facing Balcony Stateroom||262 sq ft||Norwegian Star|
|P&O Cruises||Super Deluxe Balcony Stateroom||317 sq ft||Azura
|Princess Cruises||Balcony Stateroom||307 sq ft||Diamond Princess
|Royal Caribbean||Family Ocean View Stateroom||481 sq ft||Enchantment of the Seas|
It is also worth noting that some cabins of the same class aboard the same ship can vary in size. To be in with a better chance of securing the largest cabin aboard your upcoming sailing, have a chat with the Cruise1st UK team and they’ll try their best to find you the perfect home away from home. Also, Cruise Ship Deck Plan details the differing sizes of cabins aboard the major cruise liners.
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