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Costa Atlantica Cabin Reviews - Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah

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Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah Cabins 4 Reviews
Oceanview with veranda; two lower beds convert to queen.
    
Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah (B5)
Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah (B5)


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6241
Perfect holiday by malnik
Good size cabin, 3 large wardrobes, 2 hanging space and 1 with shelves. Lots of drawers. Plenty of storage, we even put the cases in the wardrobe they were so big. Extra large bed, plus a sofa bed if needed, beds very comfy and changed every day. Lots of mirrors, safe, TV, coffee table, phone. Outer wall to view is 90% glass, with one large opening, not sliding door. Balcony furniture has to be moved around to open and shut door but once open its fine. Glass barrier to approx 4 ft, wooden railing on top which sadly is the exact height of your eyes as you sit in the chairs! Glass needs cleaning...too much varnish has dripped off the wood......obscuring a clear view. Cabin a few metres from the central glass elevators in the atrium and also 4 normal lifts. easy to get to. Central so not much movement in the ship. Corridors always quiet, bit of a walk to the front though, but easy for the middle and back which is where the food was! Our balcony was on the correct side for great land views, check where your ship is going and pick the land side. Other side saw mostly sea.  Read entire member review.
7148
My cabin was number 7148 on Deck 7 named the Intervista Deck. It was a standard outside cabin with balcony which turned out to be quite nice and comfortable and more than adequate for my needs as a solo passenger. It supposedly measured 23 square meters but this included the balcony and bathroom. The king size bed was quite comfortable as were the pillows. The air conditioning worked fine but was too chilly unless the thermostat was turned a little toward the warm side. I tended to keep the balcony door open when I was in the cabin (including night) because I preferred the outside sea air to the AC (which automatically shut off when the door was opened). The day area had a three person couch, small table, and a hassock for the wide desk. Lighting in both day and night areas was good and there were two large mirrors. The dressing area by the entrance door was very good with a three-door wardrobe (a third of which contained shelves and the electronic safe) with lots of hangers. The desk had drawers for clothing and miscellaneous with a new hair dryer in one. The bathroom wasn't huge but was more than adequate. The shower worked great with plenty of hot water and excellent pressure except in the evening before dinner when it was necessary to increase the hot setting. The inlaid sink had a large mirror above it with shelves and compartments to hold everything. Good lighting, and two hooks on the door. The Gold Pearl perks were especially nice: Thick fluffy bathrobes by Frette, slippers, luxury bath toiletries and soap, after sun creme, and even face cloths! The towels (two bath and two hand) were changed as necessary twice a day and were generally fluffy but frequently the hand towels were a bit worn. My excellent cabin steward was named Made and hailed from Indonesia. Both his Italian and English were very good and he provided outstanding service. As a Costa Club member I always had a bowl of fresh fruit in the cabin which was frequently replenished. The cabin was quiet, no vibrations, and even when the sea was rough I noticed only minimal movement. I always book a mid-ship cabin with cabin decks above and below which usually ensures low noise levels and minimal ship movement. In conclusion I was very satisfied with this cabin.  Read entire member review.
7218
The Cabin: Our cabin was number 7218 on Deck 7 named the Intervista Deck. It was a standard outside cabin with balcony which turned out to be quite nice and comfortable and more than adequate for our needs. It supposedly measured 23 square meters but this included the balcony and bathroom. The king size bed was quite comfortable as were the pillows. The air conditioning worked fine but was too chilly unless the thermostat was turned a little toward the warm side. We tended to keep the balcony door open when in the cabin (including night) because we preferred the outside sea air to the AC (which automatically shut off when the door was opened). The day area of the cabin had a three person couch, small table, and a hassock for the wide desk. Lighting in both day and night areas was good and there were two large mirrors. The dressing area by the entrance door was very good with a three-door wardrobe (a third of which contained shelves and the electronic safe) with lots of hangers. The desk had drawers for clothing and miscellaneous with a new hair dryer in one. The bathroom wasn't huge but was more than adequate. The shower worked great with plenty of hot water and excellent pressure except in the evening before dinner when it was necessary to increase the hot setting. The inlaid sink had a large mirror above it with shelves and compartments to hold everything. Good lighting, and two hooks on the door. The Gold Pearl perks were especially nice: Thick fluffy bathrobes by Frette, slippers, luxury bath toiletries and soap, after sun creme, and even face cloths! The towels (two bath and two hand) were changed as necessary twice a day and were generally fluffy but frequently the hand towels were a bit worn. Our excellent cabin steward was named Marnie who hailed from the Philippeans. Both his Italian and English were very good and he provided outstanding service. As Costa Club members we always had a bowl of fresh fruit in the cabin which was frequently replenished. The cabin was quiet, no vibrations, and even when the sea was rough I noticed only minimal movement except for one night. I always book a mid-ship cabin with cabin decks above and below which usually ensures low noise levels and minimal ship movement. In conclusion, we were very satisfied with this cabin.  Read entire member review.
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Cabin Rating
7153
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