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Private balcony, flat-screen satellite TVs in all staterooms, hairdryers in all staterooms, all have large opening picture windows and an elevator that serves all decks.

Cabin AAL (AAL)
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Cabins are good size, especially the bathrooms. Balconies are mini, only about two and one half feet wide. Beds were comfortable and there was plenty of storage space. On the downside, dresser drawers continually slid open, day and night, as the ship rolled. There are no individual cabin attendants and clean-up service is cheerful but below par. Our bathroom floor was continually sticky. One day, I spilled coffee on the bedsheets. Despite the staining, they were never replaced. TV coverage was good. There is no keyless entry. Continually locking and unlocking our cabin door with the key, was a pain.
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Cabin 308

Our stateroom room was very spacious. The bed was very comfortable, and we enjoyed the balcony.


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Cabin 323

Small closet for hanging clothes. Plenty of drawers for a week of clothing. Last cabin on the rear of deck 3.No problem with engine noise, but more side roll when the seas got rough.


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Roomy Comfortable cabin and bath with small private balcony.
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