Voyager of the Seas New Staterooms

Previously we featured the top 10 things to do on board Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas which has undergone US $80m in renovations. But what about when you need a little time out to rest and sleep?

The cruise ship rooms, or Staterooms have also been given an impressive facelift. There are a number of configurations and the cabin featured here, Room 8232 is a Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony.

Voyager of the Seas Staterooms
Stateroom Voyager of the Seas

The stateroom is surprisingly spacious and decorated in blue and white maritime tones with light timber.

Voyager of the Seas Staterooms
King Size Bed

A comfortable king size bed occupies the space near the balcony while the sofa provides an inviting spot to relax, read or watch television.

Voyager of the Seas Staterooms
Wardrobe and Desk

The stateroom has a hanging wardrobe with internal shelving, dressing table, flat screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a mini bar. Power points are available for 110/220 and a hair dryer is included.

Voyager of the Seas Staterooms

The bathroom, though compact, is appointed with all the features including a hidden cabinet for toiletries.

Voyager of the Seas Staterooms

The shower cubicle is tiny with little room to move, much like those found in some homes of Sicily. It features a handheld showerhead allowing you to hold the head and direct the water where you want.

Voyager of the Seas Staterooms
The Balcony

The balcony comes equipped with a table and two chairs and invites relaxation as you gaze out to sea. Sip on a cool drink and watch the world sail past from the comfort and privacy of your own balcony.

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Gourmantic travelled on board Voyager of the Seas as media guests.


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Corinne Mossati

Corinne Mossati is the Founder/Editor of popular online magazine Gourmantic and Cocktails & Bars, a website dedicated to cocktail culture and the discerning drinker. She is named in Australian Bartender Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential List since 2013, is a member of The Academy responsible for judging the World’s 50 Best Bars. She has also judged the inaugural Australasian Whisky Awards and various national cocktail competitions.