Below is a past post which I have copied from a search of this forum regarding the larger balconies on soltice class ships.
Am I right in thinking we have booked a triple sized balcony 6156 and a larger than normal balcony 6158?
The price has dropped and my travel agent will upgrade us however I would rather have the extra balcony space. I can not find 6156 on the spreadsheet and wonder if any of you kind people have either stayed in this cabin or if you agree with the orginal poster.
I copied this from another post as i found the information very helpful.
personally LOVED my C1 hump cabin #1243 - about triple the size of a standard balcony - it was HUGE!!!!! Literally the largest non-suite balcony on the ship! The balcony was great for hosting cocktail parties - we had 25+ people out there one day! Being on the aft part of the hump there was virtually no wind issue to deal with. We got sun when we wanted it, and shade if desired as well. Due to balcony depth there were no privacy issues related to the angled shape.
There are 58 +/- cabins with the same size balcony we had - they are:
Resort Deck: 2105, 2109, 2106, 2110
Penthouse Deck: 1547, 1552, 1601, 1605, 1606, 1610
Sky Deck: 1075, 1044, 1231, 1243, 1247, 1108, 1120, 1124
Panorama Deck: 9155, 9192, 9209, 9215, 9237, 9241, 9266, 9270, 9292, 9296
Vista Deck: 8199, 8162, 8255, 8259, 8281, 8285, 8228, 8232, 8254, 8258
Sunrise Deck: 7159, 7206, 7215, 7219, 7241, 7245, 7260, 7264, 7286, 7290
Continental Deck: 6155, 6156, 6209, 6215, 6237, 6241, 6210, 6214, 6236, 6240
Most of these are on the hump, but some are forward where the ship starts to indent. The rooms run the range from Category 2C, 1A, C1, or AQ (with the exception of 6209/6210 which are categorized as 07 Obstucted Balcony - great balcony at a small price!). There are also many cabins adjacent to the ones I listed that also have oversized balconies that are about double the size of normal ones, but I would go for the triple sized ones first