|AquaTheater suite||Royal Loft suite|
|Sky Loft suite||Crown Loft suite|
|Presidential suite||Royal Family suite|
|Royal suite||Owner’s suite|
|Grand suite||Junior suite|
Suite Price on Oasis and Allure of the Seas
Suite prices are tricky. You will be surprised to learn that prices vary for different guests in the suite. Yes, the full price is due for 1st and 2nd guests; the rest of the group will pay so called “3rd- 4th” rate. This translates into huge savings for a family planning to take a suite, instead of 2 cabins. So, don’t be shocked by 1st – 2nd rate. If you divide the total amount by all guests, you will find this an attractive rate. More guests per suite – more affordable rate. That is why most of suites on Oasis and Allure of The Seas are the first to go.
Also, you can see that in some suites, the number of guests is not the same as on other web sites. This is due to the fact that some suites in a particular category are allowed to have rollaway bed. Having this bed in your suite will reduce the overall cost per person.
Don’t be misled by “specials” or “group” rates on suites. In most scenarios, that doesn’t happen. Royal Caribbean International doesn’t allow block suites for speculative groups. If you travel with your friends we can book suite for you and add it to the group. You will be happy to receive both: individual and group amenities.
Also, be critical if somebody offers you “discounted rate on suite.” Royal Caribbean doesn’t allow discounting and rebating. Under-table rebating might be discovered before your departure.
Suites vs. Regular Stateroom
Before jumping to conclusions, make a comparison: what kind of space and service you will receive if you pay for the suite. Suites cost more because there is more footage in the stateroom plus additional service. The bigger the suite, the more expensive. The most economical way to enjoy suite service is to book the Grand suite. The most expensive suite on Oasis and Allure of the Seas is Royal Loft suite - 1524 sq. feet.
Suite guests have privileges that are not offered to guests in regular staterooms. They have a special seating area at shows, designated suite Concierge Club Service, VIP pool seating, and full menu for in- room dining, private breakfast and lunch seating, priority check-in.
When to Book a Suite
As soon as you are ready to commit, contact us to make reservation. Family suites are always the first to go. We suggest depositing $500 per person way in advance if you can. This deposit is fully refundable, no questions asked, but you have plenty time to think about your vacation. Your final due day is 75 days prior to departure.
Some suites may be on Last Minute Sale: Junior suites, Grand suites, and Crown Loft suites. This is due to a large inventory available. Don’t expect Presidential suite to be on sale! Royal Caribbean doesn’t depreciate the best product on the market.
If your questions are still not answered and you are serious and ready to book with us, contact us at 772 335-7017 or fill out a request form.
If you want to take full control of your cruise vacation, but you are interested in receiving all the perks we offer our clients – you can do this! Make your booking, using our very special link to Royal Caribbean booking engine by clicking here. Don’t forget to choose us as your travel professionals and make your reservation. We will receive notification from Royal Caribbean International immediately and will take care of all your details and amenities.
Our Service is Free
Yes, you read that right! We don’t charge booking fees, consultation fees or for sharing in-the-know information. Please review the all services we provide when you book the Presidential Family suite with us.