745 - had plenty of closet space (had shelves & hanging area) plus we each had 3 drawers to use. Only 1 outlet by the dresser. Although this was an outside cabin, still had to move the little table each nite so we didn't run into it when walking in the dark. Location was good - almost mid-ship on lower deck so it was quite smooth. This room is starboard. Read entire member review.
Stateroom 810 - Deck A (4) -- Plenty of room for 2, large bathroom, plenty of storage space, large window (ocean view stateroom). mostly quiet area of ship, also didn't feel the wave action, as you did in upper decks. Only minor thing, was about 8:00 a night or so, the crew's "galley" where they prep the dirty dishes, was about 2 doors down from us, and we would hear clanking/rattling of room service trays/dishes, for maybe about an hour, then it was quiet, the whole night. I would request this deck again, as it was not bad location, to us. We didn't feel at all cramped, as we are RV'ers anyway, so felt like we were in a Class C RV. :) Read entire member review.
Main deck is a goo location for access to shore/tender operations. Large window to the outside with fair views from beside the Queen bed configuration, twin would view better. Not much closet space, but at least suitcases fit under the bed. At times there was noise in the hallway when children ran about late at night & not under parents control. Read entire member review.
Be aware that window cabins on decks 4 and 5 are larger than those on the promenade deck (and have more privacy). Those on the promenade deck seem to be about 1 1/2 to 2 feet shorter than those on decks 4 & 5. They're also usually cheaper ;-) Read entire member review.
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