2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub & shower. All DD-category staterooms have a partial sea view. All HH-category staterooms have fully obstructed views. G and H cabins may have portholes instead of windows.
The cabin is slightly forward with easy access to the elevators. We were rocking and rolling with the ship but it didn't feel any worse than other areas on the ship. We occasionally would hear some clanging up above but it didn't last long. We are, however, fairly sound sleepers. We had one minor problem with our heating/AC unit: two drips appeared one afternoon. We called the front desk and someone was there in less than 5 minutes (just as we were leaving). By the time we got back to our room, all was fixed and Raz was wiping everything down. We weren't inconvenienced in the slightest but we received an apology note and gift from Guest Relations. The service was above and beyond what I'd expect. Read entire member review.
This cabin was a big mistake. I chose it for the view out the front of the ship, and I certainly got that. Unfortunately it was right above the Mondrian lounge so I got all the noise. I figured I could cope with 2 shows a night but I did not factor in all the rehearsals. It should be sold with a warning. Also had to fight for decent curtains. The cabin next door had the same problems and ended up with a blackout cloth arrangement that the steward put up [tied to the window]and took down. I also had to fight for a makeup mirror. I think they bought me one in Hilo.
The cabin layout is ideal for one person. It would be very tight for any more. Read entire member review.
Nice room with a good view. Only a couple of electrical outlets and I had to have them bring me an extension cord so I could plug in my Capp machine. They tidied up the rooms each time we left it. Read entire member review.
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