Family Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony (FB): Allure of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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28 Reviews
(271 sq. ft., balcony 82 sq. ft.) Two twin beds (can convert to Queen). Sofa converts to double, two Pullman beds, private bathroom and sitting area.

Family Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony (FB)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 11
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Family Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin 11602
Nov 2016
Amazing experience! By: court crick
The cabin was small and lacked storage enough for 3 people. I have been on many cruises and know the rooms are small in the balcony rooms. The room could have been cleaner upon arrival. The bathroom in particular needed to be cleaned better. Luckily I had wipes with me, and I wiped down the counter space and shelves in bathroom. I picked up what appeared to be the remnants of makeup powders from past families. Icky! The stateroom attendant was friendly and did a good job overall.
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Cabin 14686
Nov 2016
Really small space for 3 adults; It was nice having a balconey but rarely was out there so wasn't really worth the extra. Now I know!
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Cabin 9138
Oct 2016
Ok. Standard cabin. Stateroom attendant attentativecand excellent
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Cabin 11216
Aug 2016
Cabins are small, we had 3 people and we were definitely stepping on each other.
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Cabin 11161
Aug 2016
Perfect size and accessories for three children ranging from 7 to 16. We would definitely seek out this sized room again if we were on this ship or a similar one.
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Cabin 10218
Aug 2016
Just back from Allure By: cheerldrmom
Cabins were very nice and comfy
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Cabin 954
May 2016
Different from Last Year By: Geynnyth47
It was just like the last one. Nothing new except the beds were too hard, but I liked the pillows. The steward was adequate, nothing exceptional.
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Cabin 10312
May 2016
Adequate, but I need a handicapped cabin the next time. Steward was Chris and I can't praise him enough!
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Cabin 11302
Mar 2016
Great Time By: schantz5000
Typical cruise ship stateroom. Clean and well appointed.
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Cabin 9210
Feb 2016
Pros and Cons By: Veteran nomad
Excellent , A+ stateroom and attendant. Clean, accommodating and courteous.
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Cabin 10328
Oct 2015
Great cruise for all By: sheppyhill
Great cabin, although it is at the very back of the ship, but this is a large ship so you are not going to feel it move that much. We seemed to always be on the outside of the port, so you are looking out at ports instead of looking at the dock. We were in cabin 7100, do not reserve this cabin, it is better to get an inside cabin then this cabin.
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Cabin 12286
Aug 2015
Great Ship; Poor Service By: MikeKonrad
Nice roomy cabin.
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Cabin 7238
Jul 2015
Cabin was great. near the back, secret back door to the aqua theater and boardwalk, which was nice. Shower is standup and a bit tight. Otherwise it was nice.
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Cabin 9604
Jul 2015
The cabin was spacious and service was good
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Cabin 12170
Jun 2015
Stayed in this handicap accessible room on deck 12. Lots of room, but the 4th bed was not good at all. It was made from a a chair in the room instead of a couch and was not comfortable at all. Disappointing since we needed sleeping room for 4. The fridge was pre-stocked with FOR-FEE food and beverages which was annoying. We has purchased bottled water and there was no room to keep it cold.
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Apr 2015
So So So Cruise By: Boomerang56
plenty of room for 7 day cruise
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Jul 2012
We had a family cabin with a balcony that had a capacity to sleep 6. plenty of closet space in the views were great.
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Cabin 11170
Mar 2012
Great Experience By: jc70
Family Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony was great for us, one adult, two teenage girls. Certainly room for two parents and two kids. Might have been tight with more than that, but the extra space afforded by the balcony is wonderful. Bathroom tight, but more than adequate. Minor complaint: sliding doors on closet will slide with movement of the ship if not completely secured.
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Cabin 11166
Aug 2011
Our Family Ocean View with Balcony, 11166, was pretty well designed and managed six people fairly well. It is really in a perfect location for families. It's just a few feet from the lobby, two decks from Adventure Ocean, and three decks from Central Park for easy cross-ship transit. With small kids, you appreciate location a whole lot more. As for the room itself, my wife and I were shocked at how large it is. I figured on posting photos of it since there is a glut of information on it here on CC, so check out my posting if you want to see the room. In brief, the room actually felt quite spacious. A sofa is next to the balcony and the queen-size bed is in the interior, near the lavatory. Funny enough, when the steward makes up the sofa bed, the head of the bed was next to the balcony door. It's tight to get around to the balcony when the sofa bed is made up, but our steward informed us that she'd deconstruct the bed in the morning. This was a little detail that I really didn't expect and one that made the room really perfect during the day, especially for moving around and letting the kids play on the floor. There is a curtain that separates the two beds, so you can get a little privacy. The bunk beds are basically in a closet space next to the front door. This isn't ideal when you have kids since you'll probably want to go in and out of the cabin while they sleep. Even worse is that it's right across from the lav. We invested in a cheap white noise generator long ago and it works magic for drowning out noise, so we used that and it was great. One word of warning, though, is that there is absolutely no power anywhere near the beds, so make sure that anything you need there takes batteries. The room has a good amount of storage space, including two main closets near the primary bed, a small closet next to the bunk beds, desk drawers, a magazine rack, and some cupboards next to the desk that we used as a pantry to keep snacks for the kids. Our luggage, including three good size duffel bags and one large wheeled suitcase, fit fine underneath the bed. While we only had one lavatory, we managed just fine with it. It can take a little extra time to get everyone moving, but kids add time anyway, so we didn't find that to be a big deal.
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