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.
I rated rates #1 because as a solo traveler I think the rates are to high. I love to cruise but the cost is just to high. Value I gave a 5 I had a wonderful time and I could not put a value on that. Its really to bad that HAL is discontinuing this cruise. Its a wonderful cruise. Also some of the ports on not on any cruise lines now. Also HAL does not give a solo passenger dooble Mariners points even though they are paying for another fare. Read entire member review.
Great location (in my opinion). Hallway to outside to the bow side, one cabin to the stern side and then another hallway to the promenade deck. Nice view out the window. Quiet - once in a while some scraping sounds from above us and we got some noise if they lowered the life boats for a drill or tendering but that was about it. They did hose down the decks and chairs about 5:30 - 6:00 AM but we didn't hear them (I was out walking so that's how I know). Read entire member review.
Although our Category C Cabin 3373 on Lower Promenade Deck 3 near midships has an only slightly obstructed ocean view, conveniently located with respect to the outside doors onto the promenade deck and to the elevators, and is a very nicely appointed, large cabin with big bathroom, its location directly beneath a portion of the galley on Deck 4 was disastrous! EVERY evening from 10 until 11:30 PM the substantial noises from above were MOST OBJECTIONABLE; it sounded like a combination bowling alley and roller rink. Several complaint calls to the Front Desk were a waste of time. Luckily we are early risers because the overhead noise began again around 5 AM. I would NEVER again accept assignment to this cabin, and I would NOT recommend it to my worst enemy! Live and learn, I guess. Read entire member review.