|03-09-2013, 09:14 PM||#14|
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: West Virginia
On the classic ships you only have T, R, S. All are Suites
On the new ships you only have V, T, R. V is not a Suite
You could look at the V as a kind of between category 4 and concierge. You get most of the concierge perks with a V but you do not get en-suite dining, because you are not in a suite. You can still get room service but no room service from the main dining room menu nor from the hot breakfast menu. The V room is like a category 4 room, it has some upgraded amenities but otherwise the space is approximately the same. Also the cost difference between a 4 and a V are not that great.
One thing to note is that the V's we have been in had a pullout sofa, so it is a much larger sleeping area. The 4's we have had use the flip down sofa that just turns into a single bed.
Married May 26, 2008 Epcot's Japan/Adventurer's Club/Living Seas Salon
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