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Bedroom with balcony, bathroom with shower, hairdryer, safe and fridge.
    
Balcony Cabin (BC)
Balcony Cabin (BC)


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7054
Cabin 7054 was average sized and had a balcony which was shaded by the deck above (deck 8 overhung it creating a canopy). It was nicely decorated and laid out but severely lacked drawer space for two people cruising for a fortnight. There were twin beds which were clean and comfortable, but during the day one of the beds was made into a settee, which meant that the existing settee in the cabin was superfluous. We would have preferred there to be an extra chest of drawers than an extra settee! The bathroom was very small but was adequate. There were lots of mirrors in the bathroom, including a corner one which allowed you to see your rear view (not always a good idea, ha ha). The cabin was kept spotlessly clean and tidy by our cabin stewardess and also had tea and coffee making facilities and a fridge. We would have liked a fresh ice bucket daily as you do on some ships, but when we asked room service for one they did bring it straightaway. It was certainly a pleasant, light airy cabin; as I say we just would have preferred more storage.  Read entire member review.
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