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Radiance of the Seas Cabin Reviews - Large Oceanview Stateroom

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Large Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 21 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. (170 sq. ft.)
    
Large Oceanview Stateroom (G)
Decks: Deck 2, Deck 3, Deck 4
Large Oceanview Stateroom (G)


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310

Quiet except when someone above flushed WC, large windows excellent but can only see one side so better to go up and sit in Luxury and see both sides from a Lounge room. Power point plugs were plentiful, hanging space and safe excellent bathroom had everything but was small. shower pressure was better than home / Outstanding and soaps scented lemon were a favorite. we got sweats no coffee facilities in room but available outside free 24/7. The room is middle level so no traffic in hall as nothing in our hall except for our rooms.

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2006
We were in cabin 2006 it is classed G; it is on the port side of the ship I think the cabin could become a bit claustrophobic on a longer cruise but on a short cruise with good weather it was fine. If you suffer from motion of the ocean the lower decks are great you (we) do not notice ship movement very much at all. The cabin was the same size as all Oceanview cabins but only has a small port hole to view outside. There is very little noise to complain about down in the depths of the ship but it is a long way to travel to the upper decks. Some nights you can hear the ocean but on our last few nights we could hear load music echoing through the side of the hull but only when you laid on the bed trying to sleep.  Read entire member review.
3006
I was right below the Theater, so there was some noise through the day and evening. Not enough to bother me, but it could bother some people.  Read entire member review.
3024

Very quiet, we could feel the waves from being so far forward.

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3536
We had 2 rooms on this cruise. For the first 7 days we were in 2012. This is a very generous sized cabin with a porthole window. Very very quiet. Lots of room under the bed for the suitcases. Two closets were more than adequate. Bathroom consistent with all cruise ships. Every thing worked perfectly. Excellent housekeeping service. For the last 7 days we were in 3536. Another very generous sized cabin with a very large window. The only noise problems were caused by some very energetic young kids above us who felt that regularly jumping off the bunks was tremendous fun! Everything worked perfectly. No noise from any of the ships public areas. Close to an elevator at the front of the ship. But no related elevator/traffic noises.  Read entire member review.
4006

4006 is a handicapped stateroom with two beds and two bunks that drop from the ceiling. One is over the beds and the other is over the couch. The bunk was really comfortable . I am 5'6" and I could sit upright in bed and read by the light that is in the ceiling.The bathroom tiles were broken and their was mould in the shower. The access to this room is greatly hindered when the attendants roll out their trolleys. The hallways are not wide enough for a wheelchair to pass. Thankfully we could fold the chair and have the occupant walk a few steps. Otherwise we had to wait for the carts to be moved or take the other elevators . Access from the closest elevators meant that we had to cross a threshold that was not wheelchair friendly. Requiring going over backwards or lifting the front of the chair.

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4008
great handicap accessible cabin with plenty of room, huge bathroom and good layout.  Read entire member review.
4056
Close to Centrum and Diningroom on deck 4 but not noisy at all.  Read entire member review.
4590

And anybody ending up with cabin 4522 then be prepared for some early morning noise. It is right beneath the promenade deck where the crew enter and exit a gate to the forward cable deck. And they don't care how much noise they make at night when they stack deck chairs.

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7010
7010 Spacious, well appointed. Right at the pointy end of the ship. Long walk to the lift and dining areas, good for the exercise.Seemed really quiet to us. The minus is the bed is under the window, so you really get little benefit from paying the extra for a window stateroom  Read entire member review.
7110
Amazing by Grandma of 13

We had a Handicap-capped Accessible cabin, which was excellent. Lots of room for my husband to maneuver around with his scooter, no complaints!

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Nice Easter Break by keesha_lou
We were upgraded to a balcony cabin, which was a handicapped room. The only thing we had a problem with was that the door opened automatically when you inserted your key and stayed open for 30 seconds to a minute, then closed automatically. We couldn't close it on our own. It became a problem when my daughter was sitting at the dressing table drying her hair and wasn't fully clothed when I came in the room. It would have been nice to be able to override the automatic opening/closing of the door.  Read entire member review.
None
Very quiet. Lots of mirrors which was good. Compact without seeming small.  Read entire member review.
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