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(182 sq. ft., balcony 50 sq. ft.) Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area, and a private bathroom.

Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony (D2)
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Cabin 10610
Stateroom was adequate. We had 3 in the room and it was cramped and lacked storage. We were constantly doing what I called the "around the bed shuffle." Since there is only about 15 inches between the end of the bed and the wall, we constantly found ourselves stepping aside to allow one person to pass by the end of the bed before the other could pass. This was even worse at the closet. Only one person could access the closet at a time and since this is the only real storage in the room, it was a bit annoying. The bathroom was small with the shower being tiny. I am not a large person but found myself banging my elbows into the sides of the shower regularly. The third person in the room was living out of their suitcase due to the lack of storage. The other annoying problem with the room in the era of technology is the lack of power outlets. with only three outlets and 3 people with smartphones, tablets, laptops, the hairdryer, and other styling appliances, we were constantly pulling the plugs on each others devices for our own. The mattress on the king/twin bed was lumpy and felt of low quality. The convertible couch folded down and they simply tossed sheets and a blanket on top, which never stayed in place, like what you might do on a futon. Overall the room was ok but thought it would have been so much better if they would have given it another 24 inches in width but that would sacrifice way to many rooms to get the space.
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Cabin 8598
Getaway with the Grand Kids fingerlakesmike
Nicely laid out. Little cramped when the sofa was made into a full bed, for our grand sons. We had the larger deck, so it was easy for all 4 of us to be out there at the same time sitting at a table. The bathroom was good sized and didn't have any issues with it at all. Closet space was ample, lots of storage. Suitcases stored under the bed, as usual. Our room steward was Made, and he was always around and very attentive. First time I've been on a ship where I was able to find a plug for my CPAP machine. It was just behind the bed, where the phone plugs in. Didn't have to use any extension cord on this one.
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Cabin 9270
Cabin 11566
I was fortunate that I got a balcony for only $200 more than an interior. I loved the cabin, layout, and all the space. It was nice to have it all to myself. Plus 2 of my friends were 2 doors down.
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Cabin 1196
Big Ship Cruise firefighterman
Small cabin, excellent bed! slept each night very well. Shower so small.
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Cabin 10596
Room had more then enought space for our cloths. Balcony was ok but température was not high enought to enjoy the outdoor.
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Cabin 12600
This is what I expected, the layout was different to the older ships but excellent
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Cabin 12624
Cabin: We had 12624... ocean balcony. The room was quite comfortable for 2. Bed very comfortable, sofa, coffee table. Bathroom has a good amount of storage. Lots of closet and adequate drawers. NOTE: only shampoo and bar soap provided. No conditioner or shower gel as some ships have. The balcony was quiet, but often too hot. Also in port, our views were mostly of industrial ports. We could use it in the evening but really too hot on this summer cruise during the day. Our kids ( 22-34 years old) had adjoining cabins on deck 11 overlooking Central park. I loved these cabins. It is definitely quieter there, and they still get the sky and a fair amount of breezes. And the sun did not heat up their room/ balcony like ours. Their steward opened the dividers between their balconies for them. I liked our location as we were midway between the 2 elevator/ stair banks.
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Cabin 10148
Cabin was ok, clean and with enough closet space for the three of us (me, DH and DS - 17). A bit thight in the evening when the sofa bed was out, but otherwise ok. As we had 3 cabins in a row we had the dividers on the balcony partly removed, and it felt so much bigger. Bed very nice, good pillows. Only wish we could each have our own top sheet, as we are not used to share a big one, and DH tends to use more than his share :) Our son was happy on the sofa bed, but as he is almost 6 feet tall, he was a bit too long for the bed, he didn't mind though.
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Cabin 12604
The cabin was fine but a little smaller than most and very little storage. We had a great cabin steward and he was in and out of our room twice daily, keeping it spotless and bringing us fresh linens and ice. We enjoyed the outside balcony and got some great pictures as we went into each new port.
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Cabin 12272
Remember there are no obstructed balcony cabins on the Allure. They are a little small, unless you get a cabin in the "hump". But you can't go wrong.
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Cabin 12586

Great cabin with nice size balcony. Our room steward, Noel was the best!! Made us towel animals on 3 different occasions and often used my husbands sunglasses as a prop. Cabin was quiet and a good location especially for our son who used the sport court quite a bit.

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Cabin 318

The room was fantastic and since we were on the 8th floor we were close to everything. The rooms are extremely quiet and you don't hear your neighbors. Sure the room is a bit small but hey it is a cruise ship! For 2 people the room was great! (for 3 it might be tight)

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Cabin 8208
Relaxing Cruise pajazz28

Cabin 8208 was great except for the bed being by the door. bathroom, space was al good. We only get ready for dinner and sleep in our cabin anyway.

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Cabin 7276

Our balcony stateroom was tight - the rounded bed took a lot of room. Closet space was ok. Bathroom shower was just fine, and we are not small people. Balcony was comfortable. No noise. A good room.

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Cabin 8130

Nothing more than we have experienced in the past.

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Cabin 12672

The room had great views and we loved the balcony. It is a tight fit in the room, but considering how many people were on the ship, it wasn't a bad room at all.

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Cabin 6212
Cabin 10188

Good location, typical Royal Caribbean balcony cabin. Our attendant, Leo, was great throughout the week.

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Cabin 12678
Very easy to like! missjulia1

Great location. Near the elevator and quiet.

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Cabin 12619
Huge Disappointment! Petestexasgirl

Loved our cabin, though was disappointed with the amount of storage. Great balcony

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Cabin 11712

Connecting cabin, poorly soundproofed, very noisy.

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Cabin 6552

Balcony bigger than expected. Room very nice. Shower is typical for a cruise ship, but found it small. Hardly any extras (shampoo is on a dispenser on the wall). Nice TV.

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Cabin 8606

comfortable. A little small compared to other ships. quiet nice view

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Cabin 9576
Honeymooon Cruise couple_cruisers

Loved our room! Right around the corner from the elevators so was easy to find. Mid ship so nothing was too far away. Loved the balcony and used it a lot! It was on the starboard side and the side the ship always docked on so we had lots of things to see! The only bad thing it was a connecting room and we could hear their tv when it was on and they would allow the main door to slam shut which would vibrate the connecting room door and was a bit loud. Location was good, close enough to go up or down! Would book room again!

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Cabin 10610
The Allure is Amazing StillGoinStrong
Great location, center ship, Deck 10, away from elevators and noise. Absolute space utilization, somewhat tight, tiny shower, good use of shelves, drawers, hanging space. Good balcony.
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Cabin 12180
My stateroom was 12180. Not the best room to take because there is a water/sewage/drainage pipe next to the balcony door. if you leave the door open for fresh air you will hear water flushing down the pipe. Balcony size is decent unless you are a couple of 300 pounders. The room itself is quite because my neighbors are elderly people without young kids. Closet size is adequate. Bed is way too soft. Time to replace the mattress (if RCCL is reading) please. The bed is next to the closet and the soft is on the balcony side. Not my preference but this is the way it is set up and you can't change that. Next time, I'd pick another room where the bed is next to the balcony. 12180 isn't too far away from the elevators so it was quite quiet until some kids screaming and running in the hallway.
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Cabin 6222
Cabin 6222 mid ship and good accessibility fore and aft. Quiet and good location
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Cabin 12586
You could hear the door closing of other rooms. The noise was loud.
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Cabin 10718
10718 has a tiny closet, but good for 2 people, the room is recommended for 2 persons, would not recommend for more than 2. Good size balcony with ocean view. Great location because it is on the same side as most of the attractions: main dining room, windjammer, carousel, aqua-theater, Mexican restaurant, johnny rockets, chops, etc etc.) I would definitely stay towards the middle to rear of the ship. I would definitely select ocean balcony because the other balconies look towards other rooms, so less privacy.
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Cabin 10622
We had 10622 which was an ocean balcony on the starboard side in the middle of the ship and our friends were right next to us in 10620. We liked the location of these cabins. Another hint is that if you ask your stateroom attendant they will open up the divider on the balconies making a much bigger space to enjoy. My DD was in cabin 10629 which was a Central Park balcony. This balcony is probably twice as big as the other ones and has two tables and 4 chairs on it.
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Our cabin was a standard balcony. The closet was okay, but the general storage around the cabin was not really good. The little table that are at your bedside are inadequate. We had to purchase a an item from a catalog company to hold our glasses, key card, etc. so that these items did not get lost on the floor. No bedspreads is the best idea ever. The bathroom was adequate. Our location was right off of the forward elevators and it was quiet and we loved to relax on the balcony. I like to have sheer curtains that can be closed when in port or to block out the sun. Only the inside balconies (Central Park and Boardwalk) have the second layer of sheers. When you are in port with another ship beside you, you lose your privacy and need to close the room-darkening curtains. Sometimes a cost-cutting idea is a REALL BAD IDEA!
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Cabin 7216
Wonderful cruise chloe kitty
The location of our cabin was great, no noise. The size was about the same as other ships we have been on before. Could have used a few more drawers for storage, but managed.
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Awesome! kaz11
The room was bigger than expected. I really liked the shower. We did hear some noise below us, it sounded like a dish washer or washing machine. The balcony was awesome, we had an ocean view, so it was very private.
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The balcony was small. I would have preferred a lounge chair to standard chairs and a table. For two over packers there was space for everything. The temperature varied more than expected.
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Cabin 11274
Cabin was great, very close to elevators. Good view, but most docking was on starboard, not port side.
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Cabin 11652
The 11th floor is great. Very quiet. Balcony stateroom is comfortable and without the sofa, there was more than enough space. Could hear kids in suite next door through the inter-leading door, though. Closet space fine, bathroom a bit small, but adequate.
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