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There are four broad categories of staterooms
onboard Independence of the Seas: Suites;
Balcony Staterooms; Outside Staterooms and
Interior Staterooms. These categories are
further divided into subcategories on the basis of
size and/or amenities.
Outside Staterooms have two twin beds
(can convert into queen-size) and private
bathroom. They range in size from the
Family Outside Stateroom, which also has
a sofa bed or Pullman bed at 338 sq.ft. to
Large Outside Staterooms at 200 sq. ft. to
Outside Staterooms (right) at 183 sq. ft.
The standard Interior Stateroom (left) has
two twin beds that can convert into a
queen-size and a private bathroom.. They are
152 sq. ft. They have no window.
There is also a Family Interior Stateroom that
can sleep six and has a sitting area. It is 323
sq. feet. Again, there is no window.
Not all interior staterooms lack a view. A
Promenade Stateroom (189 sq. ft.) has a bowed
window overlooking the Royal Promenade.
Also, a Family Promenade Stateroom has two
bowed windows onto the Royal Promenade .
Balcony Staterooms have two twin
beds that can convert into a
queen-size bed, a sitting area (some
with sofa bed), a private balcony and
a private bathroom. The Superior
Balcony Staterooms are larger at 214
sq. ft. with an 88 sq. ft. balcony
compared to the Deluxe Balcony
Stateroom at 177 sq. ft. with a 74 sq.
The top category of accommodations
are the Suites (not shown). There are
six subcategories ranging from the
1,406 sq. ft. (with 377 sq. ft. balcony)
Royal Suite to the Junior Suite at 317
sq. ft. (with a 101 sq. ft. balcony).
Some suites have one or more private
bedrooms while the smaller ones
have a combination sitting area and
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