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Outside Stateroom with Bath/Shower Cabins 4 Reviews
Choice of inside or outside cabin Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed Bathroom with bath, shower and WC or shower and WC Wardrobe and drawer space Two seater sofa, chair and table Vanity table/writing desk TV and radio Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator Tea/coffee making facilities Direct dial telephone Large picture mirror (inside cabins) or picture window (outside cabins) Fully air-conditioned.
    
Outside Stateroom with Bath/Shower (KC)
Decks: D Deck, A Deck
Outside Stateroom with Bath/Shower (KC)


Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
A309
Very cramped, could hear the engine noise continually,outside light shining in all night long, decent toilet facilities.  Read entire member review.
C294
C294. No balcony but extra room, port side is good for ship watching and the stern exit is only a few doors away. No engine noise of note.  Read entire member review.
D115
Canaries Cruise by James Connor
A comfortable cabin, with every facility.  Read entire member review.
D158
Well-located - very handy for the forward stairs and lifts but not on too busy a thoroughfare, and handy for the many public facilities on decks 6, 7 and 8. The doorways from the public part of deck 8 to the cabin area are quite discreet and don't invite use by people not occupying cabins on that deck. The cabin, which had a bath as well as a shower, was on the small side, but not unusually so for a cabin of this grade. As usual, having the beds made up as a double rather than twins meant a bit of a squeeze between the desk and the bottom of the bed. It was reasonably well-equipped, with plenty of hanging space, a hair dryer and basic toiletries. A bowl of fruit drop sweets and a couple of small bottles of mineral water were provided and tea and coffee-making facilities. Drawer space was a bit tight, but otherwise we found the cabin perfectly adequate. The bathroom had storage behind the outer wings of a triple mirror, ideal for preening. Tea and coffee ingredients and biscuits were replenished and mugs washed twice a day. Pillow chocolates were still provided, but not origami towel animals. Only one electrical socket was provided, and this was of the British type. The decor was pleasant if unexciting, with light-coloured wood and walls and large prints of English scenes.  Read entire member review.
Aurora Decks
Aurora F Deck 
Aurora E Deck 
Aurora Promenade Deck 
Aurora D Deck 
Aurora C Deck 
Aurora B Deck 
Aurora A Deck 
Aurora Lido Deck 
Aurora Sun Deck 
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