A spacious 170-square-foot stateroom with a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini-bar and a fully loaded entertainment center along with Infinity's many added amenities. It features two convertible lower beds, window and sitting area, some with sofa bed.
Very loud engine sound, but consistent so not a problem to sleep.
Adjoining room door had a light stream from it at various times.
Very good space, great shower size!
Our T.V. was possessed: It turned off randomly and took several tries to turn it off when we wanted.
Our location was very good for main dining and when returning from ship excursions.
Very comfortable bed, and we would stay in it again. Read entire member review.
I hate to let the cat out of the bag, but here goes, at the end of Feb 2012 they took what once had been the original area for their conference rooms and turned it into a bank of ocean view rooms, these rooms have their own little tucked away hallway with rooms that offer a full round window the same size as you would find in the Dinning Room. These rooms are 3114-3144, but don't tell anyone I want to make sure they are available when I book again! Read entire member review.
3124 and 3126 are new cabins and have extra large windows (6 foot round instead of the standard 4 foot round) they are 170 sq feet and even though we had two adjoining cabins, it was tight, but comfortable. The second washroom is a must and even though Family Veranda cabins have balconies and are larger they only have one bathroom. Storage in the cabins---while it is sufficient we found it cramped----but managed. Look around there are lots of little places to put things. Read entire member review.
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