Great cabin. Nice and roomy. However, no special amenities. None. No robes; no slippers; no ice bucket. Nothing. We had to ask for ice bucket every day, every day. You would think our cabin steward would know by Day 3 that we liked ice. Robes: We've always had robes in our balcony cabins; was advised by Guest Services they only supply them for Suites; Guest services called Housekeeping to supply as a "comp" because we were first time cruisers with RCCL - never showed up. Oh well.
And last but not least, the smell as previously mentioned. The bathroom smelled awful throughout the week. It was a toss up regarding leaving the door open to air it and have the smell come into the cabin.. so we decided not to do this. Just dealt with it.
Otherwise, nice space. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom attendant was on top of everything and very friendly. Richard Montinola was the best! Also in the main dining room our server Chandan Das was excellent and so was Shelton the assistant server. All 3 of these gentlemen know customer service and give the best service ever. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine and well maintained. Balcony was a nice size, somewhat larger than on some other ships we have been on. Mattress was hard and lumpy so we did not sleep well all week. Other than that, no complaints. We liked the couch in our room for sitting and reading. INTERNET service was abysmally slow and kept dropping the connection. Really bad. Speedtest app measured a "speed" of .23 mg/sec. - about dialup speed. Zzzzzz. This just HAS to get better, guys! Read entire member review >>
The carpet was pulled out in one place, there was rust, mildew, broken wood on the headboard, sticky stuff on the night stand, the glass on the balcony was quite dirty, and an overall musty smell in the room. I realized that the ship might have dated decor as it was built in 1998...but it was actually worn out and falling apart. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was always clean and very well maintained. There was funky smell on our side of the ship that sometimes made the balcony smell. This was only periodic and did not ruin our enjoyment of the balcony. Read entire member review >>
6680 is standard D3 cabin, the very last on left side before the "aft" cabins. Cabin in good condition, just a little wear & tear visible. standard bathroom, closed metal balcony as this was deck 6. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6334 was in a perfect position, short walk from the main lifts but these were not required if going to the promenade of dining rooms as only one or two flights of stairs to climb. Again perfect position to jump in the lift to the windjammer. Cabin was spacious with large sofa, ample bathroom with powerful shower and a handy pull out clothes line for drying small items. Wardrobe space was adequate with hanging room and shelving. Bed large and very comfortable with plenty of room under to store two large suitcases and hand luggage. Door of cabin opens on to a corridor across the ship but we didn't see too much traffic. Balcony was ample for two with comfortable chairs and a little table, view was not obscured. Over all a perfectly situated room close to lifts and a great view to watch the Dolphins in the Med, we have booked the same room for our next cruise Read entire member review >>
It was as expected. Clean and quiet and well taken care of by a great steward. It was nothing fantastic. The balcony seemed small but comfortable. No turn down service the first night, you have to ask to get ice - things are a changing. Read entire member review >>
We had one of the bump out balconies (6320) which was fine but smaller than similar on Adventures sister ships. Most of the missing space seems to have been taken out of the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Balcony cabin on Deck 7, closet space was great; we had a very good number of hangers, our empty luggage fit perfectly under the bed; good amount of space in bathroom, comfortable bed. Read entire member review >>
6522 - Nice balcony with two chairs and a table with a sealing patio door. Room with double bed and convertible couch/bed (couch was a little faded and worn in color). Plenty of storage draws and closet space for our needs. Appreciate lights above the bed. The bathroom shower door did not close tightly and so occasionally there was a puddle of water on the floor. Mirror and garbage container in bathroom had chipped areas.
6523 - Nice interior room with two single beds and a couch (could also be used for a bed). Although I'm not certain, there appeared to be two bunk beds which could be pulled down from the ceiling. Interior room was slightly smaller than the balcony room. Otherwise same decor and storage spaces. Read entire member review >>
Cabin space was ample. Nice balcony. Old tv's. Beds not so comfortable. NO HOT WATER on THREE different evenings before dinner.
Too many rooms assigned to not enough people.
Food in their Windjammer Cafe was deplorable. Food in the fine dining room was horrible, both morning and evening. ONLY decent place to eat was JOHNNY ROCKETS, which charges a $4.95 service charge to eat there, IF you want to eat hamburgers and hot dogs every day. Unexcusable.
AVOID THIS SHIP - ADVENTURE OF THE SEA. Read entire member review >>
6330 D3 next to hump cabin so view out left side of balcony was not the best 6311 promenade view of the stairs can not see the parade 6309 promenade view of a large floating work of art out the window can not see the parade Read entire member review >>
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