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Navigator of the Seas Cabin Reviews - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom Cabins 76 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area with sofa, and a private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (184 sq. ft., balcony 46 sq. ft.)
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom (E1)
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom (E1)

Cabin Rating
Great location forward and high. Very quiet at the end of the hall very little traffic. Smooth ride, did not feel the motion of the ship. Please replace the worn out carpet.  Read entire member review.
Great balcony views, great size living area, perfect location on the ship, small bathroom but all essentials there, storage options limited compared to other staterooms of same category but is adequate.  Read entire member review.
A place for everything and everything in its place. The cabin has enough room for two people travelling together. The bed is comfy and spacious, There are enough outlets for everything and we travel with a great deal of electronics.  Read entire member review.
Balcony was just enough to fit 2 chairs, beds are uncomfortable, couch is old and stained, floor covers are noisy and old and moving under your feet. Bathroom is small, hand help shower is the only plus. Very little closet space. TV is small and in the wrong spot so that you cannot see it from the bed.  Read entire member review.
great balcony. plumbing issues daily but they were quickly resolved.  Read entire member review.
6670 ... Beautiful view from the balcony, lots of storage space, comfortable bed. Only problem? A little bit of a walk to get there -- not near elevators or stairs.  Read entire member review.
Eastern Mediteranean by Sunshine31
I loved our room. We had a balcony room 7234... great views, wide window across the while room. Nice blackout curtains when we wanted to sleep. I had read that some didn't appreciate the balcony because of the smokers. We didn't experience that and enjoyed thanking at the rail as we came in and out of ports. Or just sitting the the deck chairs and sipping hot chocolate... very nice. The shower was great and being able to enjoy sitting on a full couch with a coffee table to enjoy our breakfast over CNN.. (we missed FoxNews) We were steps from the elevator and would go to the 5th floor to a little 24 hour cafe for snacks, or walk down the promenade to the next set of elevators to go down to 3rd floor for our formal dining room assignment. My son turned in his suit for pressing on Sunday... They lost his suit and he went to the first formal night in shorts. They brought him a bottle of wine, but he doesn't drink... so they brought him a bouquet of roses...and gave him a $50 on board credit. They found his suit minutes before the Thursday night formal dinner. All was good...  Read entire member review.
The Only Way To Go by PonyUp77

Stateroom 7246 was a deluxe balcony stateroom, starboard side, forward. It offered easy access to the forward elevators and was just two decks above the main facilities of shops, pubs and cafes along the Grand Prommenade. The room itself offered ample storage space. The bathroom and shower were adequate. The balcony provided a place for my wife to smoke cigarettes without having to seek out a public room that allowed smoking. The room was clean and well taken care of. Like any other cruise ship, the television programming was minimal. However, we don't take cruises to watch television.

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This cabin was in a GREAT location on this ship. Very central as far as deck levels go and incredibly close to the elevators. It was also a "Hump Balcony" which means it was on the curve of the mid-ship so we were able to see all the way to the aft and even forward to the bridge. Cabins in front of the hump would not see the aft and cabins behind the hump cannot see to the bridge because of these hump balconies. As far as RC balconies go, this was a great one. The cabin itself was small and lacking and the BED WAS TERRIBLE! Left a really bad taste in our mouth for Royal Caribbean. You want to sleep well and feel well on your cruise vacation and the bed made us feel the opposite!

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Great cabin at the rear of the hump. Was able to watch the Harbor Pilot jump from the Navigator, to his boat, after leaving the Port of Miami.  Read entire member review.
Not Great by TomCrawford

The cabin was quite small and the cabin steward was invisible most of the time. Two of the new things we toll on this cruise were: 1. a shoe bag that hangs on the bathroom door. My wife kept all of her shoes in there and there was room for my belts, books and other items. 2. We took two magnetic refrigerator clips for all the paper we accumulate since the walls are all metal they hold anyplace.

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Great Ship by Island740
Cabin was about 185 Square Feet. It was a deluxe balcony. We had the queen size bed converted to 2 doubles. Very comfortable. There was also a fairly large vanity area, a tiny mini-bar, & a small sofa & TV. The room was small, but cozy. There was plenty of closet space, with enough hangars & several drawers to store belongings. The hallway was quiet & the balcony was terrific. Loved spending the evening with the warm Caribbean breeze & the sound of the ocean.  Read entire member review.
Better then expected by Natasha708

BEST cabin/balcony we have ever enjoyed. Corner aft balcony listed as obstructed. Google RCL Navigator images of cabin 7688 and you can see for yourself if their definition of "obstructed" will be for you. Considered an E1 category balcony so get the back/aft view, larger space w/o a bigger ticket price.

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The worst time.....! by dabikedude
Tiny room.....On a previous cruise aboard The Mariner of the Seas we had a similar room in the back of the ship that was much bigger!  Read entire member review.
Still have old TV's. Bathrooms look worn. No individual bottle of toilitries. Overall they are basic and comfortable.  Read entire member review.
Good deck, near elevator, in forward section of boat/starboard side, average balcony, great closet and drawer space, full size sofa, king bed, great shower-adjustable, strong pressure, and plenty of hot water.  Read entire member review.
Awesome Cruise! by GHChik
Great room. Plenty of places to unpack into. Bathroom small but adequate. The small couch gave us extra suitcase space for our 22 year old daughter (who didn't unpack:) First time Forward so that took some getting used to as we have mostly been mid-ship or aft. I'm a little directionally challenged when on a ship!  Read entire member review.
Close to front elevators. Easy to access the Promenade cafe on 5th deck for coffee, milk, and snacks (open 24 hours). A bit of a walk to the back-of-ship areas like dining rooms and sports deck.  Read entire member review.
cabin 8304 starboard side great because it's quiet. No noise from anywhere and close to elevators. Also it's under the restaurants on level 11 so you take the lift up but can walk down for exercise. Cabin is comfortable for small people, adequate for larger bodies. Same for bathroom. Shower gel provided in dispenser on wall nice touch. Bed queensize more than adequate but mattress rock hard even with pillowtop. Balcony on the small side. Sliding door very heavy to open. Closet space good size in proportion to room size. Could do with more hangers for two people especially when there are two formal nights. Television slides on pedestal so you can see it from the settee or in bed but would have been even better having a plasma tv mounted on pedestal on the wall in front of the bed! Ice is provided on demand which is nice to cool drinks down after coming in from the heat on deck.  Read entire member review.
Brilliant time at sea by nymetsfans
Cabin is directly in front of the entry from the elevators to the hallway but it was not noisy at all. Plus, due to the bulge in the ship, our balcony stuck out further than others beside us which gave additional privacy.  Read entire member review.

Large, clean, newly refurbed with flat screen TV. Private balcony and sitting area with sofa.

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8550 Nice cabin. Very small shower enclosure. Needs redecorating. Balcony door is very difficult to move. Full overhead roof. Quiet.  Read entire member review.
Cabin 8616 was a balcony cabin just like all the other Royal Caribbean Voyager class ships, except that we had a "hump" location which allowed for a bit more balcony space and a great location on the ship. The bed was comfortable enough. Sliding doors are great for listening to ocean waves. One annoyance was that water from the shower kept getting on the floor due to a gap when the shower doors closed. Another inconvenience occurred when the toilet decided to have a mind of its own as to when it flushed. We had to call maintenance on night. Water pressure was great in the shower, but aim shower head toward wall if you don't want a lot of water on bathroom floor.  Read entire member review.

Our Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom was refurbished and quite nice.and comfortable. We rarely book a balcony as we spend little time in the stateroom; we usually book an outside stateroom with window only, but were upgraded to a balcony. Our room steward was excellent.

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Good room - good location if you spend a lot of time at Main Deck Pool on 11.

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Wonderful Cruise! by txwildflwr59

the balcony was very nice and the cabin had sufficient room for 2 people.

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A great stress reliever by coordinator23
9390 - Aft cabin on the edge of the ship. Small closet, compact room. Port Hole and standard door. No sliding door. Pie shaped balcony still held two lounge chairs. The cabin next to ours had two lounge chairs and two standard chairs (for comparison). Great water pressure in shower and sink for being at the very end of the boat. Overall a very nice quiet room. Can still see the wake of the boat. Has a love seat, not a full size sofa. If you're looking for the whole aft size balcony room, pick another room. As in all aft cabins, a hike to the main elevators. Buffet two floors up next to elevators, dining rooms a few floors down next to elevators. "Quiet" end of the ship.  Read entire member review.
9540 right by the foreword elevators, we heard not a thing! The elevators were convenient when working but all dining was to the rear!  Read entire member review.
Our cabin was a nice size and the bed was very comfortable (two twins made up as one bed). The balcony was triangular, and we noticed it was smaller than the E1 next door, but it was still plenty roomy. We thought the closet was very large, it had plenty of space for our hanging clothing, and we were able to keep our suitcases under the bed. The cabin was a corner aft and it was very, very quiet and gave great views of the ports.  Read entire member review.
Excellent cruise! by txsgrl101

Lots of room to stretch out, including a full-sized couch, and plenty of storage space. Shower was decent sized with a round sliding door, which was nicer than a shower curtain for a smaller space. Cabin attendant was awesome! Loved the balcony.

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Great big closet-dressing room, decent bathroom, awesome balcony we used it a lot. Excellent housekeeping.  Read entire member review.

Comfortable, plenty of storage but dated decor.

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The cabin space was adequate, not too cramped. We had room to store our luggage beneath the bed & out of our was. The closed was large & they provided enough hangers for our clothes. The lighting was good & the seating comfortable. The only negative was the size of the shower with barely enough space to turn around, but this seems to be an issue on most cruises, not only this one. The veranda provided a peaceful space to read & relax on sea days. Overall this cabin was laid out better than I expected, & we didn't keep bumping into each other.  Read entire member review.
Cabins are small, but what did you expect? I hated not having an alarm clock by the bed. Loved the balcony. Cabins are noisy in the morning.  Read entire member review.
I loved my balcony cabin. I had everything I needed, enough room, the bed was comfortable.  Read entire member review.
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