First Look: Icon of the Seas Suites and Staterooms
Royal Caribbean just gave cruisers a lot to look forward to in late 2023 with their reveal of the Icon of the Seas. As of right now, everything released by Royal Caribbean has been renderings, but you can certainly get the feeling of how massive and revolutionary Icon of the Seas is going to be.
Icon of the Seas Staterooms
Royal Caribbean has introduced a number of new suites and staterooms on the Icon of the Seas. See them below!
Surfside Family Suite
Vacationers can leave compromise at the door in the Surfside Family Suite on Icon of the Seas. The new room, nestled in the new Surfside family neighborhood, welcomes a family of up to four guests. There’s a cozy kids alcove, which transforms into a living space for all, along with a private balcony and Royal Suite Class perks.
Inside Plus Rooms
The new Inside Plus rooms on Icon of the Seas feature a new intuitive layout and a deluxe closet.
Panoramic Ocean View suites
The Panoramic Ocean View suites and rooms on Icon of the Seas are among the best seats in the house. Vacationers can unwind at their home away from home with stunning perspectives of the sea, sky and destinations, thanks to wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Family Infinite Balcony
The new Family Infinite Balcony on Icon of the Seas welcomes families of up to six to make memories together and find “me time” all the same. The spacious room features a separate bunk alcove for kids, a split bathroom design and an infinite balcony – a living space that transforms into an extended open-air escape at the push of a button.
Icon of the Seas Ultimate Family Townhouse
Icon of the Seas will debut the first Ultimate Family Townhouse. Spanning three levels, the perfect home away from home for families features an in-suite slide, a cinema space, karaoke, a spacious balcony, a private entrance to the ultimate family neighborhood, Surfside, and more.
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