A TIKTOKER has revealed the luxury suites which are hard to believe are found on a CRUISE ship.
Content creator Stephen from Curveline Films gave an inside view at the Ultimate Family Suite on the Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas ship which are set over two floors.
The gaming room and living room is downstairs, with a huge sofa, wide screen TV and dining table, as well as a PS4, XBox and Nintendo Switch.
According to the website, other games also include life-size Connect Four, and even table tennis and air hockey.
The two bedrooms are upstairs which can sleep up to eight people with the main bedroom on a mezzanine, but the two-storey windows have automatic curtains for when it is nighttime.
Stephen explained: "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."
The kids room is accessed by a tiny porthole door, with foldaway bunk beds and another sofa in their living area.
The best part? The curly slide from the top floor to the bottom floor.
There is also a private balcony with a hot tub and the best views of the whole ship and the port on the Caribbean island.
Lucky guests of the suite also get free dining and drinks, as well as free waterpark admission and a "Royal Genie" to plan all your activities.
The suite is the most expensive on the ship, however, and Stephen said it can cost guests anything from $44,000 (£31,771) to $80,000 (£57,639) "depending on how busy they are.".
TikTok users were amazined, with one person writing: "Omg! The slides! My son would love this."
Another person said: "Could of gone my whole life not seeing this. I'll be thinking about it in my interior cabin with no windows."
Not everyone agreed, however.
One person wrote: "'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."
Stephen replied that the suites were created in 2018, but there was "a four-player VR experience" in some of the suites on the Odyssey of the Seas cruise ships.
He also admitted that he didn't get to stay at the suite – but was just invited to look round it.
The £800million vessel debuted in April 2018, and can carry 5,500 passengers in 2,774 cabins.
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