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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony Cabins

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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area, and a private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (173 sq. ft., balcony 47 sq. ft.)

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (E1)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 8
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7292
Typical. Tiny! Especially for three. A bunk was located above my husband's and my bed for our youngest son...very cozy until he jumped on us at 3 a.m. We had room 7293 across the hall for my older sons, and they enjoyed it because it overlooked the Promenade.
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6066
Was ok. Bathroom needed some updating. Shower doors cracked, toilet seat stained, screws kept falling out of the bathroom door. Balcony was nice size had two chairs and a table
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7310
Cabin 7310 is in the elbow of the aft hump near the elevators. The deck plans make the balcony look larger than it actually is. We liked the convenience of being close to the elevators (no...there was absolutely no noise from the elevators). The library was right outside of the elevators so it was a good place to meet up with our friends. Our cabin was kept immaculate thanks to Richard our elusive cabin attendant. We rarely saw him as we are not cabin dwellers, but it was clearly evident that he stopped by several times a day. The furniture/fixtures in the room needs replacing: rust on the legs of the coffee table, stains in almost all of the drawers, keys worn off the safe but safe still worked if you pressed where the key would have been, shower doors didn't close completely but Richard left extra floor mats, and a bathroom faucet that only trickled water (yes, we requested service and were told that there was nothing they could do to help us - husband had to go to deck 5 and shave in the public restroom!). The bed was very very firm...hope you like that (I didn't, but it might be a plus for others). Like all of the other cabins on the Adventure, the balcony wall is solid metal unlike all of the other ships we have been on. You can't see the water while sitting in the room and if you are short like I am you, you can't see it while sitting on the balcony either. Very disappointing.
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2630
Great cruise Parr1sh
Cabin was nice, but could use some attention. Mini fridge kept things cool at best. Shower kept backing up somewhere down the line and flooding the bathroom outside the shower. Spoke to people in next cabin, and they had the same issue with shower.
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7546

Very convenient to elevators. Wonder if the decorations are still hanging from the ceiling?


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8622
2/22/15- great cruise! cruising twosome

We like balconies and had plenty of room for our "stuff". Room attendant introduced himself right away, we asked for ice and it was always full. Great job.


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9288
Cabin was nice....Small, but seemed bigger than it was. No complaints. Balcony was a metal box. two chairs and a table.
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8292
Clean. We had to ask for ice, but only once. Only had towel animals 3 times in 7 night cruise. Mini fridge not very cold. My wife thought the bed was a little hard.
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8260

Our room was on the Starboard side with a balcony. The room was clean and any needs we had were taken care of but our room Stateroom attendant Suzanne. We were far enough from the elevator that we did not have any noise issues.


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Also, the rooms and some areas of the boat need updating. The aqua coloured rooms and wood cabinetry are tired. The cabinets had loose doors and when they upgraded the TVs they left holes in the cabinets. One room smelled musty and we saw large fans in the halls and lobbies. We asked a crew member and they said that there had been sime plumbing "issues". We thought it might have been a storm and weather related dampness, but a plumbing issue makes me wonder. We had a joined room which. That meant that the door removed the couch and we had one chair. We disnt use the door so next time we wouldn't book that opportunity. Also unlike the Celebrity Solstice, the deck/balcony dividers between rooms cannot be opened up. Thats a great feature if you are travelling with another couple as you can get a large shared


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8622

Our cabin was great. On the middle "hump" which our preferred type of stateroom. The balconies on the Adventure are metal framed and the partion between cabins cannot be opened. The baclony on the Freedom ships are more open, you can feel a little confined on the AOS balcony. This room is right off the elevators in perfect locaiton to the pool deck, Windjammer,


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7646

We had a similar cabin on our first time on the ship 18 months earlier. I am still amazed at how much storage space there is, hardly anything had to stay in the suitcase under the bed, I think I only had to swap stuff in and out of my "back-up storage" suitcase one time. Everything good, no complaints. If there had been any issues, Lynnwould have taken care of it.


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6266
Just Brillant amandamabey

Cabin was very nice and roomy also our lady Sandra kept it spotless but us being clean and tidy helped.We were on deck 6 but didnt hear any noise coming from deck 5 which is where The Royal Promenade is.


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6278

Spotless and the only thing that was wrong with it was spots of rust on the metal balcony


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8304

ok clean and tidy sheets were a bit worn, reasonable layout for what we wanted. balcony glass was filthy until middle of second week.


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8674

8674 a good stateroom near the aft of the ship on the port side. TV was not flat screen but worked okay. Quite quite due to being away from the main areas.


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6558
Best Yet! gopher47
Our cabin number was 6558-great location-more closet space would be nice.
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8572
8572 Balcony stateroom Loved sitting on the balcony, plenty of space in cabin, lovely large comfy bed, shower cubicle a tad dinky.
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7406
The cabins was a Handicapped Accessible Cabin, it was a good size balcony cabin. There were multiple grab bars in the bathroom with a fold down chair in the shower very well set up for special needs. There was a lot of storage space available. I did find it difficult to walk beside the bed closes to the balcony, not much space there.
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Our cabin was lovely. Good size nice balcony which was just as well considering the amount of time we had to spend there
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6310
We had cabin 6310 - category E1 balcony. The location is outstanding - close to the elevators. We were right above the dining rooms, near the library, internet, guest relations. Everything was very close by. The cabin was slightly smaller than we're used to with barely adequate storage space for a 15 day cruise. The bathroom was quite small, but OK. We liked the way the shower door is built with circular doors. The bed was very comfortable. The tv is very old and the sound quality is very poor. Not acceptable in this day of inexpensive tvs. The balcony, although quite small, was adequate with room for two chairs and a small table. The colors of the cabin were quite pleasing.
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8274
No major concerns. "Deluxe" balcony room with a sofa. Location was mid ship and was very convenient. It was close to the front elevators on the starboard side. The Internet Cafe was on the same deck. TV inside the room was an old CRT. Bathroom had areas of cracked paint. Bed was firm and comfortable. Adequate shelf and drawers for two people. Balcony not very inviting, worn floor covering and felt "enclosed".
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6598
Our cabin was Deck 6 room 598. I thought it was perfectly adequate for a 7 night stay. It was spotlessly clean and the drop down bed for our teenager not intrusive at all. Our room (an outside balcony) was very quiet but I do wonder how the inside cabins opposite us faired as they overlooked the Royal Promenade. We didn't use the balcony as much as we thought we would, it is very enclosed and certainly not a place to sunbathe and quite often we were on the wrong side of the ship for the sun anyway. It was a nice open space to watch the world go by but for around £800 sterling more I don't think it was worth it. We will book an inside cabin or an outside one with a porthole in future.
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6278
Cabin 6278-Middle of the ship-solid bottom to the deck rail-bit closed in. I didn't like it.
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7324
Room 7324. Just by the lifts on the hump facing slightly towards the stern of the ship. This meant that we couldn't see much forward but were sheltered from the wind and had a good view to the rear. Slightly large balcony due to the location of the room. Despite being close to the lift we were never aware of any noise from them. Would book this cabin again.
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7610
Cabin 7610 is at the end or beginning of the hump (depending on how you look at it) on the left side of the ship. Excellent location for getting around the ship. Great balcony and seems very private compared to others.
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8322
# 8322 was on the hump and would take this cabin in a heartbeat if available. Was only steps away from the elevator or you could take the stairs. Had a great view on the balcony in either direction.
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Balcony cabin was a nice size, as was the balcony itself. The only small part about the room was the bathroom and shower. Quiet location.
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The ability to make a cup of tea rather than have cabin service would be much appreciated. P and O have the edge here, the cabin becomes our little home and it would be great to have our own kettle and tea facilities. Otherwise the cabin and bathroom was great we were in E1 nearly the library.
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7610
The Cabin was very clean with more than sufficient space for everything we brought with (and there was plenty!). Would have liked a bigger table on the balcony as it was a bit small for eating, etc. Very comfortable bed. Excellent lighting for make up(always my issue in hotels, ships, etc.) Full length mirror. Missed the complimentary bathroom products and the towel animals each night. Bathroom small but functional. Low water pressure in sink. Rusty waste bin in the bathroom that rattled on the rough sea night. Plenty of wardrobe space and hangers. No alcholol in the mini bar. Hump cabin which was fine and although lost view in one direction wasn't really an issue for us. Also, nearish to lifts and stairs, but didn't have any problems with noise, children, etc. Would book this cabin again.
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8578
Great room, nice and quiet, great balcony, very clean and well maintained, lots of space to hold clothes etc., comfy bed.
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6290
Cabin 6290 has a great location. Mid-ship for a smooth ride; midway between dining and recreation areas. It's one floor up from the coffee shop which was great when we wanted to run down and bring back a cup of brew to get us started in the morning.
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7598
Cabin 7598 had the noisiest fridge in history, and balcony doors developed a constant clicking sound, put our heads away.
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7688
Absolutely LOVE this cabin and its sister 7388. The cabin size is standard size, but the balcony is nearly as big as the cabin itself. You get this cabin for the balcony and it is worth the 2 year wait I had before this cruise. You need to book this cabin the moment an itinerary opens up which means you may be waiting up to two years like I did for it. I booked in May 2009 for an April 2011 cruise. Because 7688 is all the way in the back of the ship there is a very long walk to get to it. But that also means that it's very quiet back there, too. You feel a little more vibration in this cabin because you're above the Azi-pods, but it isn't bad. Storage is adequate. Balcony was equipped with two loungers, two regular chairs and a small table. Some people complain of soot but we didn't have any during our cruise. I wouldn't hesitate to book this cabin again in the future.
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9642
Cabin 9642. Good location. Quiet. Adequate space in room, closet, and balcony. Steel balcony divider stern side, opaque glass on the bow side.
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Oceanview Balcony with pullout couch. Closet was a bit small due to safety equipment taking up a fourth of it. Bathroom had corner shower, leaked onto the floor, but enough room to be comfortable. We had room for the couch and coffee table. No gripes at all about the room. Part of our group of ladies had interior rooms with 2 twin beds. Upon opening the door, you about fall on the bed. No room, but if its price that counts, it's worth it. Another couple got upgraded to a junior suite. WOW! kitchenette, living room, balcony twice as long as ours. Big bathroom with tub.
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8286
Cabin 8286 Great balcony. Quiet. Beautiful view from the balcony - no obstruction. Cabin 8283 Promenade room. Larger than anticipated. Perfect!
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8286
Cabin was spacious, balcony was great. Carpet could have been cleaner. Wife tried the clean sock test and it was very dirty in no time.
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8574
Our cabin on deck 8 was quiet and nice, although the bathroom shows some need for refurbishment. The the balcony furniture is outdated and should have been changed several years ago!
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8284
The cabin was fine. Not huge but very well laid out and useful storage. Would have liked a flat screen telly.
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8258
Quiet location, close to the elevators, great bathroom, lovely balcony.
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6310
Cabin 6310 has a closed in balcony and does not have the see-through front like I am accustomed to. Cabin is on the curve to the hump and the angle makes the balcony slightly larger. Cabin is roomy for two people.
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7592
Great closet space, excellent location, nice balcony view. No complaints about the room!
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7388
Very large balcony. Standard size room for E1. Can be some noise from crew area 2 decks below the balcony on the aft area of the ship. Longer walk from the elevators to the aft rooms.
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An adventure at sea bobndiatsea
Our stateroom was port side aft and was well maintained and clean . A good view from the balcony as we are partial to balconies. Our safe didn't work right and would lose our code and the old television and remote did not work very well, it is time for RCCL to update and get more economical flat-screens on the rooms.Closet space was sufficient for two adults, but that is it.
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9690
Reunion of the Mofongo 8 IslandDreamers
9690- Small, akward shaped balcony with a metal beam running through it and a strobe light at night. Small bathroom. Few burn holes in the carpet and couch. Bed pillows smelled like the person before us. Very quiet room.
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8690
Great view, long walk to elevator - but worth it.
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8392
fantastic view, quiet, not really near the elevator, perfect deck to be on, next to one of the family suites
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8354
Under bed is for your luggage, will fit approx 3 30" suitcases and 3 carryons..lots of drawer space for 2 people, shelfs in closets for more clothing, 2 long storage cabinets for hair sprays and tanning lotions and whatever at dresser mirror, a desk like drawer for your brushes and makeup, comes with a hairdryer in room, another cabinet in bathroom for your bathroom supplies, a safe in every room and cabinet storage above the safe. 3 additnl selves at end of the dresser and 2 end tables with one drawer and space under the endtable for your things. Love balcony rooms, makes sailaways special without having to go up and squeeze between others to see the sailaway.
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9390
Get Out There! 63galaxie
Smaller room (adequate for two), small bathroom but very well designed and efficient with shower doors (for a change), sunny balcony big enough for a lounge chair, a small table, and two other chairs, great aft and side views, more motion because of aft and lots of wind, also some engine noise at night, and a big spotlight at night when you are standing at the railing (it shines on the water, however, so we didn't mind it).
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