To be fair, the cabins on this Solsticized-Millennium-class Summit were very good---and i think the bathroom in our room was actually better-designed than the ones on the Solstice ships we have cruised on (more room, nicer shower it seemed). And the rest of the room has lots of storage areas---nice. We did have a problem in that it took an act of God to open our terrace sliding door (even the room attendant had a hard time) and this was, of course, not fixed during the cruise. Also, the carpeting had, for some reason, several small raised bumpy areas in front of the bed (which you have to use because there is so little room between the bed & the full-wall-mirror in front of the bed (who thought THAT was a good idea??)----:bumps very difficult to notice, but easy to trip on---which is what I did one of the first nights, rather painfully twisting and hurting my back (a recurring pain in the back during the rest of the trip). But otherwise, the room was just fine and, but for the problems noted, similar to the Solstice rooms in quality.