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Adventure of the Seas Cabin Reviews - Oceanview Stateroom

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Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 16 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (180 sq. ft.)
    
Oceanview Stateroom (H)
Decks: Deck 2
Oceanview Stateroom (H)


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Cabin Rating
2290

2290 - quiet location.

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2304
Room was fine but needs updating along with the bathrooms. There was enough hangars in the room. We were in the middle of the ship so the bumpiness wasn't bad at all. We had the same rooms last year.  Read entire member review.
2316
Deck 2 is the lowest public deck and is divided into two sections. In order to get to the bow area of the ship from the stern area, one has to go up to deck 5 to get through. This was inconvenient. This deck is noisier than upper decks but our cabin was very convenient to the elevators and the dining rooms.  Read entire member review.
2338
We booked the a type H deck 2 outside cabin, same type we had last time. Looking at the AOS deck plans, we chose cabin 2338 because it was supposed to be the only one with a sofa-bed and we thought that this would be better than having 2 overhead beds for the kids. Alas, it is incorrect information as this room does not have a sofa bed. It does have a couple of overhead beds, so not big deal, just a small disappointment. Also, this room communicates with 2336 and as consequence, the 2 place sofa is replace by a single place chair. That was more annoying as we did not need the communicating room and the larger sofa was surely missed.  Read entire member review.
2350
We had an outdoor H class cabin on deck 2 (no balcony). It was perfectly ok. Small but there was space for clothes, we had a sofa to watch TV and 2 additional beds that hung from the ceiling on top of the main bed. The bathroom is surprisingly large, and the shower has hard plastic doors (no curtains). A single window behind the bed let us see the sea and an amazing sunset on day 3.  Read entire member review.
3242
Oceanview Stateroom Category H Cabin Number 3242. close to the theater and the discotheque, this floor is that it does not have connections, you have to go to deck 5, so you can go from one side to another.  Read entire member review.
7506
7506, excellent cabin. large and roomy with 2 portholes. I enjoyed have a side and front view in this cabin.  Read entire member review.
7th floor
First time cruiser by freddy the fish

we paid extra for what they call a Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom but it really was below par, rust all over the balcony, balcony table and chairs were rusted, discoloured and pealing, (you couldn't sit on them) the cabin stewardess didn't clean the room that well at all, Mirrors, TV, Surfaces were not cleaned, coffee cup marks still on tables after she had been into clean, bits on the carpet after she had supposedly vacuumed, very disappointing

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8306
Fair space for two, good spot close enough to the elevator but not noisy. Ample closet space, limited drawer space, tiny bathroom. Nice view from balcony  Read entire member review.
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30 Something Review by westcoastopinion
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A new adventure by moshek
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