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.
Our stateroom was more generous than we expected, especially when it came to storage. We brought EVERYTHING and weren't even close to filling all the storage space. Actually we didn't even find all the storage space until the second half of the trip. (There are drawers under the bed - who knew?) Loved the CC advice about bringing a digital clock, power strip and extension cord and the over-the-door clear plastic shoe holder was such a great organizer for all our junk that would have otherwise been all over the dresser top. (Loved that trick so much I'm going to use it at home.)
Our cabin location was pretty good - nearly mid-ship. The only noise we ever heard was some deck chairs scraping on the promenade, but it wasn't very loud nor a regular occurrence. 2586 offers a great view of the tenders being lowered. Number 10 goes right past the window. It was fun to watch that procedure.
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Quiet location, handy to elevators. Nice roomy bathroom with tub. Tons of storage space. Only one electrical outlet in main cabin. I did not notice if there was one in the bathroom. They give you glycerin bar soap, which melts into a sticky mess in the soap dish. The room attendant never did clean out the dish; I did, and had to ask for each new bar of soap. Read entire member review.
Somewhat snug due to the forward facing sloped wall/ceiling, but worth it due to the view out the windows.
Being directly above the showroom, we could hear (but it was not obtrusive) the performers rehearsing. In the evening, we would go to the early show and when ready to turn in, let the late show sing us to sleep. Read entire member review.