Cruise

Slickest Suites at Sea

by Sherri Eisenberg

Princess Cruises
Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess: Grand Suite

The best part of these aft suites? The view from the spacious balconies, with a panoramic vista of the ship's wake and a parting shot of whichever fabulous port you've just sailed from. And this is no Juliet balcony, either: The deck is large enough for a pair of lounge chairs and a dining table for four. You'll get all-day enjoyment from the terrace, from an outdoor breakfast to sunset cocktails. At $560 per passenger per day, the Grand suites are the budgetary middle ground. Measuring 1,329 square feet, including the balcony, the suites feature a dining area, two flat-screen televisions, a large walk-in closet, a tub with whirlpool jets and a separate multihead shower, and a wet bar.

Best detail: These ships are known for their large Internet cafés—but book one of these suites, and you'll have in-room e-mail access from your own personal computer.

Set sail: Diamond Princess: summer, Alaska; winter, Asia. Sapphire Princess: summer, Alaska; winter, Mexico

Princess Cruises
Tel: 800 774 6237
Grand Suites from $560 per person per day, based on double occupancy

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