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(199 square feet) Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area, and a private bathroom. Central Park view bay window.

Central Park View Stateroom with Balcony (C1)
Cabin
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14705
Some cleaning issues. Hair and lipstick marks randomly here and there.
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10217
Absolutely loved the view from here! When looking at the Boardwalk balcony rooms when we got on the ship, my first thought was that I was SO glad to be in Central Park! It was quiet and enjoyable, even though it's an interior balcony.
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11633

Not enough drawer space, sink too low in bathroom and bed too hard. Woke up each morning with back ache. The balcony was a waist of money too noisy and no privacy. Cabin needed updating and the location was very far from the elevators ( not a great location)


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12243
Great Cruise habsexpos

No issues whatsoever cabin, Stateroom Attendant (Idham Effendi) was the best we've had since we started cruising.


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12641

Excellent room and excellent attendant. We were thoroughly delighted with everything.


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11201
Fantastic Ship taffy5183

The room was good. Had a nice view of Central Park. At night we could hear the music playing.


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12-255

Here's a shout out to our terrific cabin attendant Idham, who worked on our stateroom, 12-255. Idham recognized us immediately and always knew us by name. He was quite friendly and he had a great sense of humor.

12-255 is a balcony stateroom overlooking the amazing Central Park section of the ship. It wasn't fancy but we had more than enough room and found it very comfortable.


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12653
Dining was wonderful and dining staff was excellent (tables 169 and 170)
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14251
Noisy during the day, quiet at night. Very accessible. Wheel-in shower; transfer to drop seat. Door was difficult but not impossible to open from chair without help. Balcony door, however, was surprisingly easy and useful -- small ramp came up/down with the sliding open/closed of door. Balcony was large enough to comfortably use a wheelchair and still share the balcony with other(s).
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10593
10593/10591 Connecting Central Park balconies...much quieter than Boardwalk balconies...seemed to be configured to allow more maneuverability in CP balcony rather than Boardwalk. Great views/low noise. Central location.
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647
Room was roomy enough for two people except for the storage space, it lacked drawers. Very quiet room which overlooked Central Park. Room was close enough to the elevators and accessible to all the venues.
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10187
central park balcony best view in the house
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