Cabin was nice and had plenty of room for two people. We had twin beds and when I asked if the had something to help cushion my shoulder (recent surgery), he went above and beyond to make me comfortable. Royal Caribbean has some excellent staff. Read entire member review >>
We had prepared ourselves for a tiny room with zero space, and we were pleasantly surprised. We felt like we had ample room for moving around, storing our clothes, and my 6'6" husband DID in fact fit in the shower. ha. Our room attendant always had our room tidied up and we have no complaints about our room or the attendant. Our cabin was 3036, the very front of "mid-ship" and near the forward elevators. The only noise we heard was ship noise we assume from outside? There would be like the sound of creaking or like a chair moving or something, but we were under other rooms so not sure. It wasn't enough to disturb me. I'm a very light sleeper and we always have a white noise machine with us anyway.
We had a large round (porthole) window. This is our first cruise, but I can't imagine not having a window. We loved being able to have a view and relax with food brought back to the room. Read entire member review >>
OV (booked with our Royal Visa points). Typical Royal cabin with plenty of storage. Bring some magnet-type clips to clip on the bottom of the shower curtain and it won't stick to you. Read entire member review >>
Quiet room, nothing below us or above us except for other rooms. Storage was very good and was a very good sized room for two people, but squishy for 4! The wardrobe was great but it did not fit 4 large suitcases, so we had to stack them horizontally which was a nightmare for looking for clothes. The poor sofa ended up being a wardrobe, with clothes thrown onto it as it was way too hard to pull suitcases in and out of the wardrobe. It would have been fine for 2-3 suitcases, no more. Lesson learnt! Read entire member review >>
The bathroom was small and the shower tiny with a flimsy shower curtain which caused the bathroom to get flooded every time you took a shower. The toilet stopped flushing numerous times and the shower head holder broke off the wall. Maintenance responded fairly quickly fortunately. The flat screen t.v. didn't work for part of the time. Additionally, we were charged for items we did not use in the refrigerator and had to dispute our bill. The cabin steward was fine; however, it was apparent he had way too many cabins to maintain and we did not see any type of second helper. Read entire member review >>
We chose an oceanview cabin very far forward on deck 4, and we were happy with our choice. The Pacifica theater, a stairwell, and a deck not much traveled surrounded us on three sides, so noise during sleeping hours was minimal. With a white noise app playing on our phones, we were never disturbed by any noises during the night. It's also on a hallway with several handicap-accessible rooms, so I think it's unlikely ever to be much of a party area. While we were sailing there was a large extended family celebrating their grandmother's birthday staying on the same hall and other than the occasional excited kid, there wasn't much noise at all. We were also only one deck from our dining room on deck five, and just a few steps from the forward elevators and stairs, which made traveling around the ship easy.The main downside was that most activities, breakfast, and lunch, along with most of the convenient drink sources including all the self-service water and juice stations, were on deck 11 and all the way aft, which meant quite a trek for water or snacks, and was probably a contributing factor to our decision to skip so many activities at the last minute. We're young and healthy, so this wasn't much of an inconvenience, but were I planning another cruise with my family aboard, I don't think this would have been a very good stateroom location for, say, my grandmother. I wear a fitbit and on most days and without specially trying, I got somewhere between 40-65 flights of stairs and around 3.5 miles of walking (I don't like elevators when I can avoid them).The cabin itself was more than big enough for the two of us, and though the shower is small, the water pressure was great. There was ample storage for five days worth of clothes for each of us even though I massively overpacked, and our unfolded suitcase fit under the bed. Our only complaint was that the bed was not at all comfortable. I like a firm mattress but it was approaching concrete. It's fortunate we find the rocking of the ship lulling because the bed itself was not making any contributions to sleepiness! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was reasonably nice. Ship cabins are small unless you pay a lot, and I have other priorities. Cabin is not that important to me, but this one was clean and well located. It also had a balcony, which was very nice. Read entire member review >>
3074 was a very nice stateroom. It is a great mid-ship location on deck 3 and was comfortable even in heavy seas. The room was very quiet - no engine noise at all. There were times when I couldn't tell if we were moving or docked. The room has plenty of closet and drawer space and even small cabinets at the vanity that are perfect for little items. There is a safe in the room. It was convenient to walk up one flight for the restaurant, or down one flight for disembarkation at various ports. Did not need to rely on elevators! Read entire member review >>
Very quiet room.
No movement felt during entire cruise.
Cleaning needed more attention.
Bathroom tired and old
Toilet did not work properly.
Bedding torn and not replaced until requested.
TV old and bulky and tv choices very poor. Read entire member review >>
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