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Deluxe Stateroom with Verandah Cabins 13 Reviews
268 sq. ft. - Sleeps 3, some sleep 4 - Queen-size bed or two twin beds and single convertible sofa, privacy divider, split bath.
    
Deluxe Stateroom with Verandah (6A)
Deluxe Stateroom with Verandah (6A)


Cabin
Comments
Cabin Rating
6104
6104- balcony, great location, no noise, suitcase did not fit under bed,sleeps 3 6105- great location, no "locker" storage was tight  Read entire member review.
6118
We were in 6118 and loved the location. It's just off the aft elevator so was very convenient to the dining areas. The closet space was adequate and there were lots of lots of drawers and shelves. We did have to store our two large suitcases in the closet as they wouldn't fit under the bed.  Read entire member review.
6152
Great location, large corner balcony, easy access to all areas, less noise in hallway. Downside was over engines so lots of vibrations when going into ports plus weird smells like sewage and burned (?) off and on during the day.  Read entire member review.
6648
6648 - Aft balcony on starboard side. Solid wall verandah so you can't see out while sitting down. But larger than other balconies. Very quiet as we were aft of the elevators. Only 3 levels below pool deck so easy to take stairs, and only 3 levels above dining so same applies. Great views of Castaway Cay when docked.  Read entire member review.
7630
We were on the starboard side about 2 cabins from aft. The area was very quiet and not far from the aft elevators. We were a couple of steps from a door to the aft deck where you could sit in lounge chairs and enjoy the sun. The verandah had a white wall and you had to stand in order to see the water. Lots of storage space, split bathroom. GREAT ROOM HOST!  Read entire member review.
7630
Our stateroom was especially large compared to other ships we have been on. We were in a Category 6A cabin (7630) with the noted solid wall verandah. The bottom half of the balcony was a wall, so you could not see the water if you were sitting in the chairs. Not ideal for us as we like to sit on our balcony and read while watching the water go by. The double bathrooms were a bonus, but the toilet/sink one was so small it was difficult to maneuver. I am a size 8, but if I were much larger, it would have been extremely uncomfortable. The shower/sink side was well laid out and didn't pose a problem. The bed spread was worn and had that old-hotel feeling as well as the couch which was a pull-out sofa bed. At night, the steward removed the bed spread and all you had to cover you was a thin blanket surrounded by a flat sheet on bottom and top. It did not keep us warm and provided no weight to speak of. There was an extra blanket and the bed spread in the cabinet over the TV so we also used those each night, but I'm a bit of a germ-a-phobe and didn't like the possibility that the bedspread might touch my face. The curtain between the bed and sofa areas was a bonus as I could be taking a nap and my husband reading in the other area and the light was shut out so my side was dark. Also, there was abundant storage for our clothes and toiletries. A family of three on a week-long cruise would still have plenty of room with all the closet and cabinet space provided. The shampoo, conditioner, and lotion were of good quality and smelled nice without being too feminine.  Read entire member review.
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