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Picking the best cabin on the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas

It is easy to assure you are booking the cabin that is just right for you and your family if you have some information on the types, sizes, and locations of the staterooms on the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas. There are four types of staterooms including the Interior, Balcony, Outside, and Suite/Deluxe categories. Nicely appointed standard cabins can be found among the Interior Staterooms. These range in size from 136 square feet to 260, but they do not have windows or portholes. Outside Staterooms such as the Panoramic Ocean View, Large Ocean, and Family Ocean View cabins allow you to see out. These run from 151 to 239 square feet. Superior Ocean View Staterooms are 191 square feet and have the addition of a 39 square foot balcony. Guests who need more room in their cabin, or wish for privacy within the room should consider a Suite/ Deluxe Stateroom. Many of these have separate bedrooms and sitting areas, as well as balconies ranging in size from 62 to 161 square feet. The suites run in size from a 247 square foot Junior Suite all the way up to a 1087 square foot Royal Suite.


Guests on the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas will enjoy the Royal Caribbean Bedding Collection. Used for all onboard beds, this exclusive line is manufactured in Italy, specifically for the Royal Caribbean line. Each bed will either have a Royal Mattress or a Royal Suite mattress. These will be covered with a Royal Pillow Top Pad or a Royal Memory Pillow Top Pad. Both the fitted and flat sheet is made of a 300 count Egyptian cotton, as well as the pillowcases. The flat sheet has the added detail of an embroidered Royal Caribbean logo. Beds are topped with a duvet and cover, plus Royal Memory and Royal Sweet Dreams pillows.

Bed Sizes

There are several different types and sizes of beds available on the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas. King and queen sized beds can be found in certain staterooms, mainly the larger suites. Staterooms in the Outside and Interior categories often have twin sized beds. Two standard converting twin beds can be used as one queen sized bed. In addition, guests may be in cabins with Pullman beds. These provide extra sleeping space at night, yet fold away during the day to create more room within the cabin.

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas staterooms and suites are located on five decks.

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas Deck Two (2)

Guests onboard the Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas who are looking for quieter cabins will be pleased with Deck Two. This is due to the deck both above and below also having cabins. Staterooms 2919-2123 are on an interior hallway and have cabins on each side, making them the quietest. The only exceptions would be rooms 2035 and 2535, which are located next to elevators, and staterooms 2132-3154 and 2632-2654 located at the stern of the ship and may pick up vibrations from the ship’s propellers. Those who need more space should try Ocean view Staterooms 2008-2028 port side and 2508-2528 starboard. They are larger than average for their category. Wheelchair accessible cabins on this deck are Interior Staterooms 2119-2123. If views are important, keep in mind that staterooms 2008-2011 and 2508-2514 have two portholes instead of a standard window.

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas Deck Three (3)

Guests looking for quieter rooms on Deck Three should try cabins from mid-ship to forward. This area has cabins on the deck above and below them. Cabins 3000-3103 and 3500-3603 should be quieter than most. Of these, the exterior staterooms 3000-3004 port side and 3500-3504 starboard are bigger than average. Rooms 3035-3535 are next to elevators and may pick up additional noises from foot traffic in this area. The aft section of Deck Three is underneath the main dining area. Noises may be heard as the staff prepares meals for breakfast and dinner, serves them, and then cleans up afterwards. Rooms 3150-3174 and 3655-3675 are under the dining room. Rooms 3655-3675 will pick up the most noise. Interior Staterooms 3745, 3765, 3877-3881, and 3919-3931 are on an interior hall and wedged between other cabins. Stateroom 3511 feels very cramped, as it has a pole in the center of the room. Larger Ocean View Cabins 3618-3622 and Interior Staterooms 3119-3123 are wheelchair accessible. Instead of a window, cabins 3000-3014 and 3500-3514 have two portholes.

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas Deck Four (4)

Staterooms on Deck Four have more noise due to the main public areas overhead. This includes the casino and theater. During regular productions, guests may hear the staff setting up, as well as the actual performance and clean up afterwards. Cabins 4000-4035 and 4500-4535 will be the loudest. All other staterooms on Deck Four are located under the casino. Directly underneath, and on an interior hallway wedged between other cabins, are rooms 4745-4765 and 4877-4881. Staterooms 4035/a> and 4535 could have additional noise from the nearby elevators. Exterior rooms 4574, 4578, and 4572, along with interior rooms 4077 and 4081 are larger wheelchair accessible cabins.

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas Deck Seven (7)

The quietest cabins on Deck Seven are staterooms 7036-7132 portside and 7536-7634 starboard. All other rooms are located below the ship’s main public areas. Staterooms 7006-7034 and 7515-7534 are above the theater. Guests in these rooms may hear the set-up, performance, and clean-up of each performance, but room 7006 is roomier due to its odd shape. Those in cabins 7135-7172 and 7636-7622 are above the lounge, and they may hear noise late into the night. Aft staterooms on Deck Seven have nice views. Aft Junior Suites 7166-7666 have bigger balconies with excellent views of the ocean. Cabin 7008 has a partially obstructed view. Superior Ocean View Staterooms 7118, 7122, 7618, and 7622 are wheelchair accessible.

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas Deck Eight (8)

Deck Eight is under the Lido Deck and it is home to the more luxurious cabins and suites. The Royal Family Suites 8166-8666 are located aft and are larger with spacious balconies and great views. The Junior Suites 8088-8608 are also bigger and wheelchair accessible, while aft cabins 8170, 8172, 8672, and 8670 have spacious balconies with less wind then others. Junior Suite 8012 has a smaller balcony then average. Stateroom 8015 is a family cabin across from the Royal Suites and has a minimum number of guest required to book it. The only rooms that may pick up noise are 8049-8140 and 8552-8640. These are located below the pool. Guests may hear additional late night noise from the staff cleaning the pool area overhead.

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas Ship Information

  • Ship Age:25 years, 2 months
  • Maiden Voyage:Jul 1997
  • Passengers:2,252
  • Gross Tonnage:81,500
  • Callsign:C6FZ7
  • Crew:840 International
  • Beam:105 feet
  • Class:Vision
  • Registry:Bahamas
  • Length:989 feet
  • CDC Sanitation Insp. :Feb 2020
  • CDC Score:92

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