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Inside $80,000 luxury family suite on Caribbean cruise ship

TikTok star goes viral with video of luxury two-level family suite on a Caribbean cruise ship complete a SLIDE and a spacious private balcony (but it’ll set you back up to $11,000-a-night)

  • Stephen, from the US, posts on TikTok under the pseudonym @curvelinefilms
  • Gave followers video tour of ultimate family suite on the Royal Caribbean cruise
  • Includes controllers for curtain and slide that takes kids between two floors

A content creator has offered his followers a glimpse into one the most expensive suites on a cruise ship which will set guests back up to a whopping $80,000 for a one-week stay. 

Stephen – a travel photographer from the US – who posts under the pseudonym @curvelinefilms, took to TikTok to share a glimpse of the pricey room onboard Symphony of the Seas, which boasts controllers for the curtains and a bright orange slide which takes kids from the second to ground floor. 

Starting off the luxury tour of the ultimate family suite on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship, he excitedly zooms the camera over two spacious floors. 

‘First off, this thing is two floors – with the gaming and living room down here and then the two bedrooms up there – it’s insane,’ he explains, pointing to the balcony above. ‘There’s literally a controller for everything – including the curtains – just in case you don’t feel like going down there and doing it yourself.’

Stephen, from the US, who posts under the pseudonym @curvelinefilms, took to TikTok to share a glimpse of the ultimate family suite on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship. Pictured, the room boasts automatic curtains

The impressive room also features a bright orange slide that takes kids from the second to ground floor (pictured)

Stepping outside onto the balcony, Stephen reveals picturesque views across the sparkling ocean (pictured)

Along with the automatic curtains, Stephen notes that the room also comes complete with PS4, X Box and Nintendo Switch. 

Then, heading over to the wardrobe, he slides back the door to reveal a dressing gown.

‘No experience is complete without an official Royal Caribbean robe,’ he adds. 

Turning his attention to the younger generation, Stephen then reveals a secret little door that gets children into the kids room. 

The travel photographer (pictured) explains how the luxury room covers two floors – with the gaming and living room downstairs and then the two bedrooms upstairs


Along with the automatic curtains (pictured, left), the adventurer notes that the room (pictured, main living area, right) also comes complete with PS4, X Box and Nintendo Switch

Heading to the wardrobe, the content creator slides back the wardrobe door to reveal a dressing gown which he brands the ‘softest robe ever’ (pictured)

He continues: ‘Kids have pull-down beds for ultimate access – and a slide that goes all the way down to the first floor.’

Stepping outside onto the balcony with picturesque views across the sparkling ocean, Stephen adds: ‘And last but not least, a beautiful view of Symphony of the Seas. Hope you had fun!’

And it wasn’t long before impressed social media users took to the comments section – with the content creator adding the room would set guests back $44,000 – $80,000 (£57,639) ‘depending on how busy they are.’ 

‘Could have gone my whole life not seeing this…I’ll be thinking about it in my interior cabin with no windows,’ joked one, while a second penned: ‘It’s too bad only the kids who have the richest of parents will ever experience this (and might not appreciate it as much). Can we fix that?’

A third simply penned: ‘So cool though,’ while a fourth added: ‘Omg!! The slides! My son would love it’.

It wasn’t long before impressed social media users took to the comments section, with one writing: ‘So cool though’ (pictured)

However, not all were full of praise for the luxurious room, with some saying they expected a little more to justify the hefty price tag.

‘Ok…kind of cool…but seriously? It’s 2021 and a slide is the main attraction? They should have a VR connected to 360 camera under ship…2021 guys,’ wrote one.

In response, the content creator penned: ‘This came out in 2018. The new one, Odyssey of the Seas, has a four player VR experience.’

A second wrote: ‘Unless you’re on the ship for 14 days, this is a waste of money. I wouldn’t plan on being in my room other than to sleep, so I’d get the cheapest one.’ 

Meanwhile, a further added: ‘A family could literally see all of Europe for that money…just to sit in a moving hotel room.’ 

Not all were full of praise for the luxurious room, with some saying they expected a little more to justify the hefty price tag (pictured)

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