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Voyager of the Seas Cabin Reviews - Oceanview Stateroom

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Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 12 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (183 sq. ft.)
    
Oceanview Stateroom (G)
Oceanview Stateroom (G)


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2554
Great view of the ocean.  Read entire member review.
3554
Enjoyed the Voyager! by CruisingAg01
Oceanview #3554, with connecting door to #3552. The cabin was small without much storage space. With seperated beds we could reach across the aisle space and touch. Clean room. A chair and table included. Full length mirror outside of the bathroom. Two pull down beds in the ceiling, which we did not use. Would have been very cramped with 4 people and I don't see how our closet space would have stretched. Liked having the oceanview...good natural light during the day. Proximity to La Scala Theatre was a bonus! We escaped quickly after shows and avoided the inevitable crush at the stairs and elevators. Proximity to the Vault resulted in some after hours DJ noise and bass. Not a deal breaker for us (and for the first few nights we actualy thought it was noise from the Promenade two decks up), but if you are a very sensitive sleeper I would avoid this entire section of cabins.  Read entire member review.
3564
We had a quad room with our 2 teenagers. Initially we were concerned because we were close to The Vault nightclub. You couldn't hear a thing so no problems there. Deck 3 doesn't have as many rooms as others so getting to your room is very easy. Excellant access to the main show room.  Read entire member review.
3618
Cabin was lovely, large and well appointed. I especially like the idea of having a kettle to make tea as desired. The shower was okay for me but think it would have been too small for some of the other larger passengers. I was a bit worried when getting on as on the deck plans I had seen that it was close to the lifts but it was very quite, I heard nothing.  Read entire member review.
6208
Good - but getting greedy by sandra thomas
Cabin 6208 - Good size, quiet, good view over bow  Read entire member review.
6504
We were the happy residents of cabin 6504 from January 21-28. It is located in the very front of the ship. Our room attendant was Caroline. She was efficient and friendly and that was all you can ask for. The room was perfect in size, the storage space was plentiful, the shower is just the right size and the view from your circular window, overlooking the bow of the ship, was spectacular. After turning out the lights for the night we slept every night with our curtains open to catch the sunrise... but you should know that, if you have lights on in your room when sailing at night, you must keep your curtains closed; the light from your room affects the ability of the bridge to see! I am not kidding about this; we got a call from the wheel house reminding us to close our curtains! You would be lucky to get this room.... unless you sail on choppy seas!  Read entire member review.
7202
Voyager a huge disappointment by Florence of Arabia
Forward facing ocean view under bridge. Quite strange but different. Balcony to NZ is a waste of money, too cold. Tea making in cabin is good, (why not on Princess)? Hot water in shower is HOT, excellent!!! Plenty of space, 4 children in next suite, not a peep. Cabin was near silent except for ocean sounds which we find very soothing and sleep inducing.  Read entire member review.
None
Our Ocean-view Stateroom was delightful,I could sit on the windowsill (porthole)and watch the water (got very exciting when the seas became a lot rougher)The cabin was light airy and roomy and more than comfortable and nothing like I'd imagined when finding out we were on deck 2  Read entire member review.
None
Bathrooms: Small but good for one person. The ship provides soap and shampoo in dispensers inside the shower. Water pressure was good. Closet: The closet was adequate for both me and my wife. There were shelves in it to put a lot of our bathroom items since the bathroom is small. Cleanliness: Never an issue and our stateroom attendant worked really hard to make it stay this way. TV: There is a TV (if you need it) but channels are very limited.  Read entire member review.
None
Couples Caribbean Cruise by stoplightmakeupartist
Our window room was rather small, which is to be expected on a cruise ship. The decor is circa 1980s, so that could use an update. Our bed was comfy, and we could not hear our neighbors. The TV is low-def (I didn't care, but my hubby did) and the channels are limited.  Read entire member review.
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None
Disappointment by Badger63
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