We just returned but I have to say after sailing on the Glory in a suite I expected to see the same type of room on the Inspiration.
Instead of the cabin being the same. The suite on the Inspiration was layed out tight fitting. We did have three people in the suite but it looked nothing like the one on the Glory. When we opened the door of the cabin we just stood there and said did they give us the wrong cabin?
We couldn't even get on the balcony without climbing over the chair on it. Forget about two of us sitting on the balcony. There was no room for your feet either. There was enough room to simply stand. It was the most narrow balcony I ever saw. We had to place our feet up on the rails because there was not room to put them in front of us. Boy was it uncomfortable.
The cabin was V22 and our friends were in V18 but there were only 2 of them bked in that cabin. They also were disappointed.
It was not booked as an obstructed view yet there were alot of equipment in front of the cabin like some sort of big metal arm holding up things covered.
It actually looked like an old outside cabin that they tried to make look like a suite.
The suite on the Glory had a separate vanity room and a whirlpool tub and two sinks in the bathroom it had a huge wall bar and two end tables, huge coffee table & chairs. There was plenty of space to move around. The balcony had two huge chairs, a table & was very wide. We could have put four people on this balcony comfortably.
If I was to sail again I would not book 3 in a suite on the Inspiration. It is just to tight fitting even for two.
We did have one very wonderful, happy cruise dispute this cabin. I was sorry it ended so soon.