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Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 8 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area with sofa, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (161 sq. ft.)
    
Oceanview Stateroom (G)
Oceanview Stateroom (G)


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2288
We stayed in 2288 and 2292 which were great places to be because it gave us easy access to get off the ship without waits. Also, since it was a lower floor, when lines for the elevators piled up, we just simply walked downstairs.  Read entire member review.
2640
Nice room, clean. Bathroom, closet and room doors all open to the same space causing some door collisions in the course of a 5 night cruise. The hallway had a bit of a musty smell. Our room was next to service closet or something like it, so we often had a service cart parked next to our room door.  Read entire member review.
3600
Navigator of the Seas Cabin 3600. The cabin is at a deadend hall with a service elevator beside it. No foot traffic very quiet. They were having a problem with the cold water when we were there. Overall great cabin.  Read entire member review.
6504
Our cabin was level 6 forward. It was oceanview. Because we had one night of near hurricane force winds, between France and Spain, it was probably noisier than other cabins might have been but all in all we slept well even that night. I found it a bit disturbing that there was always a faint sound of music even all night but at least it was not the drumming sort of music. I think it was from the Ixtapa Lounge right below us and they must leave a sound system on all the time. The cabin is not quite rectangular because of it's position at the front of the ship...the window wall is slanted. But this did not present a problem.  Read entire member review.
None
Nice with some not so nice by lovestocruisealso
Cabin 3568 was at the end of the hallway. It worked great. No plumbing problems, ship was steady even though we had winds. Getting from elevator to the room had a bad odor all week, but dissipated before our room. Carpets were worn but bed was comfortable. Afternoon shower went hot to warm, but morning shower was fine. The Dungeon nite club was across from us and I thought it would be noisy but we didn't hear anything.  Read entire member review.
None
Cabins 3258 first week and 3552 second week - exceptionally quiet, no noise leaking through from theater, disco or deck above. No passing traffic. Very stable and with the high winds most of the time, was a plus. Plenty of closet space, bathroom big enough. As usual, bath towels small so used pool towels for the shower. Button to turn off announcements major plus so not disturbed when resting. Curtains not sufficiently thick to black out light early in the morning.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
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