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Not much storage space in the cabin...very quiet area...great balcony  Read entire member review.

Stateroom: My wife and I stayed on deck 10 room 629. This room has a Central Park view almost right above the rising tide bar. You can actually see in the bar and down into the Royal Promenade from the balcony. We book this room last year when we were on the Allure. We got this room because it is a double balcony. You have two different sets of chairs to use. A set to sit and eat if you life and a set to lounge in. We booked the room on the advice of the agent working for Royal Caribbean on the Allure (BTW we worked with the same guy on the Oasis this time to book another cruise next year, it was awesome to see him and work with him again). It is a normal stateroom. Everything you would expect. My wife and I aren't sure we would book it again because we are so rarely in the room that it just really isn't important to use for the extra $$. Our room attendant was fine. Only really had to encounter here a few times on the trip. My mother-in-law and sister-in-law had a room at the front of the ship. It had a huge slanted window( yes I hit my head on it). They would watch the ship arrive in port and be guided in at each stop. My mother-in-law loved this.

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We had 4 in our room comfortably! King size bed and couch that converts to queen bed. Also a bunk bed is available from the ceiling.

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I believe the cabins are smaller than those we've sailed on before on RC but it was ample for the 2 of us. The sofa table could be taken away to provide extra room. We've never found it necessary. Bathroom pretty small but again, doable for 2 people. Great location. Never had problems with any noise. Loved our balcony. Loungers should be a staple for those balconies. There is room for one or two with no problem.  Read entire member review.
Walk-in closet was huge. Plenty of space in the cabin for 3 of us. Large comfortable balcony. Bathroom size was large. Lots of electric outlets. Lighting was good. Bed was great. Light switches at entrance to cabin were confusing.  Read entire member review.
The bed was positioned so that we couldn't see the TV! If the bed was on the other wall - or the TV positioned differently, this would have been easily solved. Location was just ok...closer to an elevator would have reduced walking.  Read entire member review.

The cabin was very nice. Very clean and conveniently located near everything we needed. Although, they give you tiny little bars of soap and shampoo that is also a shower gel. I recommend that you bring your own supplies.

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7130 - the frontmost balcony suite on the ship. Other rooms were closer to the front, but this is the first balcony, so it offers a little extra privacy.  Read entire member review.
The cabins were a little smaller than we expected. We would have liked nightstands with drawers for extra storage as drawer space was limited. The chairs and table on the balcony were a bit nicer than on other ships. We did not hear hallway noise as were were "very" forward but couldn't sit out on the balcony several nights because of party noise from other cabins. The shower was very nice with sliding doors instead of a curtain. The sofa could have been more comfortable but the beds and linens were very comfortable.  Read entire member review.
One wonderful big ship by duncanmac1961

Nice room.... two twins or together a King. Typical tight quarters with a full sofa between beds and bath.

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Unbelievable Ship! by imjusttom

This cabin was nice but not exceptional.

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Cabin was all we could ask of a JR suite, it was laid out well and the balcony was large. We had two chairs, a small table, and two loungers on the balcony which were very nice. The bathroom with a full tub was the best. We had our two kids (6&8) in the room with us. I highly recommend a JR suite or above when traveling with kids. No noticeable noise from any public areas. Convienent deck for and location for getting to the Boardwalk, Schooner Bar, Promenade, and Central Park.

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Very nice room near aft elevators, but no noise.

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This is the aft of the ship port side. Quiet and peaceful. Thought it might be a long walk from the elevators but I needed that walk--great exercise.

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Absolutely outstanding by THE MAN FROM NORN IRON
Great area RCCL have now got TV touchscreen maps all over the ship and every deck and stateroom is colour coded, fantastic idea.  Read entire member review.

Typical balcony room but, the floor to ceiling windows allowed me to see the ocean from bed, That was wonderful. The room was quiet and comfortable.

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Cabin 7620 was in the exact middle of the ship. You might want to find a room closer to the stairs. It was very quiet. We never heard the people on either side or in the hallways. Nice location. The bathroom has lots of storage space under the sink. Efficient use of space for drawers, shelves and closet. Get a room with the bed near the window -- it gives you more space by the closet for dressing, etc. Bring an extension cord as there is only one outlet under the counter.  Read entire member review.

Loved this cabin. We love the total darkness for sleeping late. It was always quiet outside in the hallways and I believe there is nobody on the 'bed' side of our cabin. I think I did hear the tv above us once in a while but nothing too bad. Oh, don't turn off your cabin master switch as it also turns off the air, ha.

The other key for us was being on Deck 8 with easy access to Park Cafe. Only problem is Park Cafe closes at 6pm so basically grabbed iced tea for the night from Sorrentos on Deck 5.

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I'm Impressed. by Newlyfe

The cabin was nice and comfortable.

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The cabin was smaller than other RC balcony staterooms which had a tub, but since we stay so little in it except for reading and sleep, it as OK. It was port side so I could not see the docking as I usually like to do, but still it was quiet and comfortable.

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I originally reserved adjoining D4 ocean view balcony cabins for our family, but shortly before final payment there was a significant price drop on the Boardwalk balconies so I changed to adjoining Boardwalk Balcony cabins on Deck 8 (we were in 8311 and 8313, and our friend had 8321). We saved $2100 as a family by cruising in the Boardwalk balcony cabins. I was thrilled with the savings we got and for our price (we paid $961 per person) I would happily choose the same or equivalent cabins. But I did miss the ocean view balcony cabins and if the price were the same or slightly more for an OV balcony I would opt for that over the Boardwalk balcony. I enjoyed the Boardwalk balconies and loved being on Deck 8. You get a better view of the Aqua Theater and the ocean if you are further aft (we were right in the middle) but that also means a longer walk down the hall every time. With the kids, it was nice to be able to look down and see what was going on at the Boardwalk and run down there. I also highly recommend adjoining cabins with kids. In our case it was the same price to have two cabins as to cram all of us into 1, which would not have been much of a vacation for my husband and me. Having the adjoining door was a perfect option and we loved having two bathrooms. Our cabin attendant removed the partition on the balconies before we arrived.
I see a lot of people asking about “what is the best cabin location on Allure/Oasis” and my two different experiences on Oasis class tell me that there is no bad location, just different advantages. When we previously cruised Allure we had an OV balcony cabin right by the forward stairs on Deck 11. That was a great location for us because of proximity to the Solarium, the cantilevered hot tub and Adventure Ocean. Bu we only went to the Boardwalk once during that whole cruise. This time I loved being close to the Park Café and Central Park and the Boardwalk, and just 3 flights down to dinner and the Royal Promenade bars, but missed being a quick 2 flights directly up to Adventure Ocean and 1 more to the Solarium.

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Vacation of a lifetime. by ParadiseTattoo

Whenever you book a cruise online you worry about the accommodations or at least I do. Well no need to worry on Oasis of the Seas. From the moment you pop open the door for the first time you are blown away. This a modern, well designed and decorated room. The bathroom is just inside the door and is very spacious. The shower is large enough for me and I'm 6', 300 lbs. I could easily wash my hair and turn around. The living area had comfy love seat to relax on and watch the flat panel TV. There is plenty of storage for two of us and we are certified over packers. The bed was so luxurious that you feel like you're sleeping on a cloud. There is a nice little balcony with a table and chairs to people watch on the Boardwalk below or catch a show at the Aqua Theater. I've taken a few other cruises and short of a suite this is a five star room.

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Suite 8330: As we entered the suite it was clear that the two girls were overwhelmed as they excitedly chased through the spacious area checking out the 2 bedrooms, baths and the living area and then the veranda which overlooks the Aqua Theater. There is not a thing about this suite that we are critical of as the location is good for watching the shows and other activity on the ship. Most of the eating venues and the concierge (Deck 11) are towards the aft of the ship so once at the elevators one easily found their way to their destination. The suite is spacious and easily accommodated the 5 of us. Even 8 people, which I believe is the max, would be comfortable in this suite. While not a negative for us, the AT Suites do not have luxury baths found in most of the upscale suites on RCCL and other ships. They are small but adequate. The climb into the master bedroom bathtub was slightly daunting - but that is largely because of the age of this writer. I also found my head pretty close to the ceiling as I stood in the shower. The shower stall in the second bath is small -- but adequate. The only other relative issue was that navigating through the TV to view menus, restaurants, etc. was slow and "clunky" - but it did work. We highly recommend the ATS for an extra special experience on this ship.  Read entire member review.
Sliding doors on closet are noisey. You will hear your neighbors every time they open or close them. BAD Design! Not enough storage, and the bed side tables should have drawers instead of shelves. Flat screen TV was a nice space saving touch though. Only two 110V outlets and they were together.  Read entire member review.
Fun In the Sun by cruisemom8

A large cabin overlooking the helipad. Quiet!!! Very roomy and bright. Clean with lots of closet space. Very very comfortable beds!! Enjoyed our stay in this room on this floor.

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Large room well air conditioned, easily accessible to Central Park

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8568-Great cabin close to elevators and on the Central Park level. We loved that we could walk home thru Central Park each night to get back to our room. No outside noise and it was on the docking side at all the ports so we got to watch the action. It is also right where the ship breaks the water so it sounds like the ocean breaking on the surf at night when you leave your balcony door open. AHHH. There is also a public restroom right around the corner which came in handy a few times when we both wanted a bathroom. It is one of the rooms with the bed by the door and the sofa by the closet. Also, we liked it towards the front of the ship because we seemed to use the solarium, entertainment place and other venues towards the front of the ship. We could also conveniently go right around the corner to the Cafe in Central Park for a pastry or quick bite.  Read entire member review.
RCL has a great product by cruise_control

We had an oceanview stateroom with balcony, which is what we tend to book regularly. While maybe slightly smaller than Carnival's rooms, we felt the room was spacious enough and well-appointed. The shower doors are actual doors rather than a curtain (on Carnival). While this might seem trivial, it was noticeable. We thought the bedding was quite comfortable, and we slept very good. This is a very big ship, and we didn't notice much movement, except the first night. However, it was not enough to cause any discomfort. Our room was also on the same level as Central Park, which we thought was very nice. It was just a few minutes to the Trellis Bar, where you could grab a drink any time.

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Tight, but functional. Beds weren't the most comfortable. Great view from the hump cabin balcony. Very quiet room.  Read entire member review.
The location of our cabin was very convenient. We were right off the elevator on the eight floor. It was quiet you never heard any outside noise. The room and the balcony were adequate size. It could have used a little more draw space.  Read entire member review.
Cabin 8666, oceaview, balcony, is just about perfect for three passengers. It is the first cabin in the hall off the elevators and stairs. It is not noisy. You are steps away from the entrance to Central Park and right above the dining room and casino on the lower decks.  Read entire member review.

Room had king size bed and couch with small table. Not much drawer space but huge closet and plenty of hangers. Bath had small round shower, toilet, sink and cubbies for toiletries. Large mirror with lights and outlets in cabin area was perfect place to dry hair while someone showers. Nice balcony with 2 chairs and table to relax outside. 8th deck very convenient. Same deck as Central Park so we ate breakfast and some lunches at Park Cafe.

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Room was amazing. Much bigger than we expected because it's a forward room with the window on a 45 degree angle adding a lot square footage to the stateroom. Floor to ceiling window overlooking the helipad. You will love this cabin! Plenty of room for two people. These rooms are often highly discounted too because they are considered obstructed. There was nothing obstructing our view at all except the helipad? we could see beyond it and it felt like you were steering the ship. Because of the stabilizers on this ship there was not a lot of rocking at all. (which some folks experience at the front) Don't hesitate to book this room. Bed is by the closet not the window, fyi

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Like a dream by afzeluches123

We chose this room because it had a pullman bed so both our kids had a bed for themselves. The room is relatively small compared to other balcony rooms we were in the past but it was ok. There's room under the beds for all the suitcases.

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Our balcony cabin was OK. The inside cabin I had for 4 other family members was awful.  Read entire member review.

This is a forward cabin in the ship. It seemed a little on the small side to me, and I think this is because the closet faces the couch, and this makes it a little awkward to get in and out of. Our sons were across the way in 9147, and the room was not set up like the pictures had shown... two twin beds facing the door. Instead their room had two twin beds almost next to each other by the closet. They seemed okay with that.

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Ample closet and bathroom space, balcony on the mid-ship hump with two loungers, two chairs and a table, and room includes two American plug-ins with a power strip for an additional two plug-ins, as well as one Euro outlet.  Read entire member review.

Stateroom 9274, a type D7, was a wonderful ocean side stateroom with a balcony. The room was spacious with lots of storage in the closet area which also had a safe for any valuables while we were on-board. You even get to set your own combination code for the safe. The bed was very comfortable with a telephone and clock combination on one side. The vanity area in the room contained several drawers and shelves for our smaller items and there was a very nice small refrigerator. A large screen TV is mounted to the wall about the vanity area with a nice couch across the room which gave us a nice place to just sit and watch the morning show where the Cruise Director and the Activities Manager told you what was happening on the ship and in port that day. They also invited and read notes submitted by passengers on the ship. The bathroom is your typical small bathroom you would expect on a ship but was large enough to not feel cramped when getting ready or bushing your teeth and the like. The shower included liquid body soap and shampoo. Stateroom 9274 is very close to the elevators (Six on each side of the ship both forward and aft!!) which made it convenient to getting everywhere on the ship.

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Over the top Oasis by SHIP TRAVELER

Nice cabin. Tub. Bigger balcony with 2 loungers in addition to 2 chairs and dining height table. Some extra room on balcony because of slant to the hump. More storage than we could use, 9 drawers, cabinet with shelves, shelves on one wall of walk in closet. Some mystery noise ( stewards, neighbors, deck chairs) starting every morning at 8:00 am. Sofa near balcony, bed near bath. Nice heavy black out curtain between the 2 areas can be used for privacy. Don't expect in room coffee pot to function well.

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Less storage places in the cabins?!, they took away the 2 bedside tables that had drawers and storage under, the desk use to have drawers on both sides that was gone and on other RCI ships they had storage over the TV, now you have a large flat screen TV with no storage  Read entire member review.

This is a very nice stateroom. The quality and comfort of the furniture and linens was nice and our stateroom attendant was quite prompt in replacing the linens when the need arose. The balcony curtains were insulated; they had a nice heavy weight to them and overlapped so they blocked out almost all outside light, even during the day. The balcony door has been vastly improved over RCs older ships; ours was relatively easy opening, did not automatically close, and the latching mechanism felt much more heavy duty and easier to operate than on our previous ship (Liberty of the Seas). The balcony was appropriately sized for the class of stateroom and the balcony chairs and table were sufficient for what they were, however, they weren't at all uncomfortable or flimsy.

Be advised, those of you that have quite a few electrical devices to plug in on a regular basis, the only outlets are on the far end of the vanity close to the balcony door. (3 on top of the vanity counter next to the cabinets and 1 underneath in the same area). There are light switches EVERYWHERE in this stateroom, so there is a slight learning curve there.

The bathroom was rather impressive in size and features. Lots of places and space to put toiletries and sufficient places to hang up clothing items (robes, bathing suits that need to dry, etc.) The shower was nicely sized, but I was quite disappointed to find it only had a single small corner basket that did not hold many items at all; I had to do some creative organization and balancing of our soap and shampoo bottles - no shelf for you bar soap users. The coolest and most applaud-able bathroom feature is that at night when the main bathroom light is turned off, there is a very very dim light that is just bright enough to service nighttime bathroom trips without disturbing anyone else in the room. Throughout the entire cruise, neither myself nor my wife found the need to turn on the main bathroom light at night; it turned out pretty powerful in the dead of night the one time it was switched on.

The closet was interesting: lots of room to hang clothing articles and lots of shelves to put things (as well as the requisite safe). I'm not sure if it was by accident or not, but our closet had about 30 hangers in it, which was a pleasant surprise and worked quite well to our advantage. The biggest knock I have on the closet is the room's A/C system. The vent is directly above the length of the closet doors and the door configuration and design is such that about half of the airflow from the A/C goes straight into the closet unless the doors were kept open to one side (the wall in our particular stateroom); poor design on RC's part. If you like to sleep in arctic conditions: be advised the stateroom will get cold at night (with the closet door open), but not as cold as you are probably used to, and it does take a bit to initially cool off the stateroom. To counter this problem, we kept our balcony curtains closed most of the time we weren't actually in the stateroom.

I would have liked the stateroom to be just a few inches wider to make it easier to get around the bed. That being said, neither myself nor my wife have large waistlines, but we did have to lean over slightly any time we had to get around the bed. I will mention that the under-bed storage of suitcases (or any other items of your choosing) is a very nice feature; we had 1 large suitcase and 2 medium suitcases that once unpacked slid easily underneath the bed. Once we were unpacked and had our room completely set up, with the layout and design of every aspect of storage in the cabin, the room did not feel at all smaller than when there was nothing in it.

All-in-all the stateroom was very nice and met or exceeded most of my expectations. I would highly recommend staying in at least this class of stateroom, especially if your cruise is longer than 3 nights.

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Adequate,but air is nice

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Cabin other than problem with TV was great.

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quiet location, Portside good side to be on as every port of call we had fantastic views, plenty of wardrobe space, great bathroom, lovely balcony fantastic bed  Read entire member review.
Dont believe the hype by latenthart

beautiful and efficient

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An Oasis in the Ocean!! by Deborah Milmoe
Great location, enough space in room and balcony, a good choice-- wish balcony funiture had been a bit more comfortable though.  Read entire member review.

Casbin 10278 is a D-7 tpye cabin with a balcony that looks out over the ocean. The cabin is spacious and offered more than adequate storage space. The bathroom area is small but well arranged so it meets your every need while cruising. You need to keep your balcony door closed so the air conditioning functions properly. We also learned this year to remember to turn off you stateroom lights with the correct switches... if you turn of the "master switch" you are turning everything off including the air conditioning. We asked our stateroom attendant to remove all the "goodies" from the fridge which allowed us more space to keep things we wanted to keep cold... we would pick up an extra yogurt or carton of milk while at breakfast to eat with cookies when we felt like a snack and did not want to go down to one of the earteries late in the evening. (The Windjammer Marketplace has great cookies, both regular and sugar free that made for nice "bed-time" snacks.) Stateroom 10278 is close to the elevator so it is easy to get to places. The room was quiet most of the time and offers great views when you are in port or at sea.

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Bigger Is Not Always Better by CaribbeanSun723

Nice sized cabin with a nice balcony. The shower had a nice glass enclosure as opposed to a shower curtain, which is nice. If you're lucky enough to get Dickson as your cabin attendant he'll take great care of you. Enjoy!

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Rooms were a bit smaller than normal and I didn't like the layout, bed right as you come in the room and having to slide around the end of it to get to the sofa. There was a lot less storage and closet space which makes a cramped room for two people and it would be impossible for three in the same room.

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We were in 10530. Room was beautiful, plenty of room. The closet actually was nice with shelves, etc. The sofa in the room was not very confortable. Could have been deeper & softer. Otherwise we loved it.  Read entire member review.

3 Adults sharing a superior ocean view stateroom was more than enough space, we took turns with showers and bathroom, but we had it under control. More than enough closet and cupboard space and great space for putting all our suitcases underneath the bed. The balcony was huge, thought I'd spend more time out there, but found myself on the top deck more. Our lovely room attendant always made the lounge into a bed every night and back into a lounge every morning, he made wonderful creatures with towels on our bed too. The only complaint I would have is the shower head doesn't move, found it really hard to wash my long hair.

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Rear Bordwalk balcony cabin was well situated and comfortable

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Room is too small. The balcony being at the back of the ship gets you a great view of the boardwalk as well as a nice ocean view and a perfect view of the aqua theater... but it can get very noisy, especially if you plan on napping during the day.  Read entire member review.

Great cabin, great spot, see if you can find my tiny magnets at the top of the photo frame, what shape are they....

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Good Balcony. Good Location. Close to the elevators but not too close. Quiet with nothing noisy above or below us.  Read entire member review.
Very sufficient cabin size...nicely organized...lots of room...  Read entire member review.
Great first cruise by Henk en Natascha

Our room was at the back of the ship on the eleventh floor. Location of our room was good. No noise at all! That surprised us a bit. We were afraid that you would experience some noise of neighbors or people in the hall etc. But as soon as you shut your cabin door, it was quiet.
The cabin was very spacious (we had an outside balcony room). It was wonderful to stand on your own balcony in the morning and watch the ship go into a port. Our roomattendend was really nice and made our trip even more enjoyable. He actually comes in the room twice a day to tidy up and prepare the room for day or night (make beds etc...).

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Oasis of Love!!!! by pharrell29
we has a boardwalk balcony which was nice. we had a great view of the aqua theater. This was also great for viewing the ocean and people watching!!  Read entire member review.

Our balcony cabin #11322 was nice and even came with 3 plugs. Just would like to know how they expect you to charge all the electronic devices one travels with these days with 3 plugs. My friend had her outlet strip taken away from her. Our cabin stewards were nice, pleasant and did a good job cleaning our room, even though we only received two towel animals, although he said we would receive one every other night.

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Cabin was soooo much smaller than anything we have been in before. We have had inside cabins on both classes of Disney ships as well as Carnival Conquest class and the Mariner of the Seas and this was by far the smallest cabin. The balcony was the largest we have had but it was little consolation when you could not get to the balcony when the sofa was made into the bed. It was so tight the room steward had to put the vanity chair and coffee table on the balcony each night. The shower was like being in a tube of some kind and if you drop anything you will have to open the door and step out to get it. I also had problems with the rounded bed. I am 6'7" and had to sleep diagonally in order to keep my feet from hanging off the bed and nearly touching the other wall. If I left my feet off the end of the bed nobody could get by to go to the restroom. This cabin is one where the sofa is near the balcony which is a big plus since, once again, if the sofa is out you have to squeeze by.

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Our Cabin 11329 was excellent! Great location - THE BEST of all Boardwalk cabins unless the others were on the very aft like ours. Decks 10 & 11 are probably the best cabins in that area for views. There are two outlets you can plug into with both Euro and US plugs - Under desk and another location on the far wall under the bed.  Read entire member review.
I was somewhat disappointed with our cabin as I thought the configuration would be different. It had a king size bed and a pull-out chesterfield. When they were set-up it was like trying to play leap frog in the room. We asked for a Quad and paid an extra $900.00 per child to share our room. When I had a chance to peak into the other rooms nearby, they had the same set-up. I don't think paying an extra $ 1,800.00 was worth what we got. Cleaning staff were o.k. Hallways were very noisy. Lots of children running up and down the halls. Great bathroom, not huge, but very modern. Cabin small. Room Service Slow. Food was terrible. I have never seen so many made-up filler dishes that were very tasteless. Same food for breakfast everyday. Great selection of sugar free desserts. Soft ice cream available and you can help yourself, but very small cones. Poor quality food in Formal Diningroom. "Chops Grill" best food.  Read entire member review.
great storage! but when couch is open for the third person to sleep, there is no walking space AT ALL!! Hope you don't need too many midnight bathroom runs!  Read entire member review.

This was this first time we ever booked any kind of "suite". This junior suite was the biggest cabin we had ever been in. We were on part of the hump on the 11th floor and our balcony had 2 chairs, a small round table and two lounge chairs. There was also a huge walk in closet. There was also a chair to sit in in the room and a couch. The bathroom had a tub. All in all – very satisfied here!

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Clean and appointed as expected. A/C worked well, stateroom attendant very friendly. Located all the way forward on Deck 12. No serious motion noticed from some other areas. Bedding wasn't as comfortable as expected, but that has more to do with mattress layout, etc than location.

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12214 great balcony  Read entire member review.

12315 is just one level below the top of that part of the ship. It overlooks the board walk and you can see most of the Aqua Theater from the Balcony. You can see the sea at the back of the boat from the balcony. Otherwise, you just see directly across to the rooms on the other side. You can also see the basketball court above the rooms across. I liked this kind of placement because at night you could watch the fountain show from your balcony and it was impressive.

The room itself was pretty spacious. I have read that they are smaller than comparable rooms, but I really did not feel that. Although the storage is less than I have found on a Holland America Cruise, but there are nooks, shelves, and cabinets that you can really store all your stuff, But then again, we don't
really travel with a lot of things. The ship is well maintained and still has a new feel. There is the typical love seat area with the TV and vanity area where you can plug in electronics. As always, I recommend bring a power strip because they essentially provide 3 plugs. I think they should consider in the future
some USB plugs/ports.

The bed was very comfortable and took up most of the room. The closet is next to the bed, but there was sufficient space to get stuff out of your closet.

Bathroom was average.size - not as small as I had read. I have been in way smaller ship bathrooms and this wasn't so bad. There is only a shower and no tub. The weird thing is the sink and counter. Its pretty low and the sink is pretty small and shallow. I am not tall about 5'3 and it was really short even for me. I think it would be good for a child. I want to say its about 3 feet high maybe?

The balcony was pretty spacious and the view was interesting. As for noise, the room was pretty quiet. You could hear some loud noises but most noise was blocked out. I did hear the annoying bell toll when the carousel was about to move, that was irritating and the first morning, I heard some kid yelling in a
piercing annoying way on and off for probably 15 minutes. But all other noise I did not notice at all. If a show was going, I did not hear it, unless I went out on the balcony. even with that, I liked those rooms. I will have to someday try an ocean balcony. Most people are not on their balconies. Only a few people now and then. I am not totally sold on balconies, but I definitely like having natural light in the room, which is why I am not a fan of inside rooms. Btw, we got a price lower than the inside room, so did not see any reason to even consider an inside room.

TV - the TV is pretty decent. Its flat screen and had some decent channels. I do like that it is interactive and you can check your schedule and book reservations and get general information.

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Our cabin was on the 12th floor at the back of the ship. It was an outside balcony. We found it more than adequate for two of us. Our friends had a Boardwalk balcony for them and their two children (9 and 14) and found it really tight. We had more than enough closet space and storage. No complaints whatsoever.  Read entire member review.
Great Fitness Ship! by Getting_my_feet_wet
The cabin was a little tight but adequate. Personally, I was happy to be ocean-side. Great for quiet and privacy. I don't think I would have enjoyed a room with a balcony overlooking Central Park, the Boardwalk or the Promenade. Those are probably great if you're into people-watching, but you can do that with a better view by joining the crowd and watching from the sidelines. That's such a busy and noisy atmosphere that I needed my ocean-side balcony to unwind. If I had it to do over, I would have gotten a cabin closer to an elevator.  Read entire member review.
Weird location for outlets, great balcony, quite. Awesome location right near elevators.  Read entire member review.

Bed next to the balcony door in this stateroom. Plenty of hangers and storage. No pens provided so bring your own! Weird to have no pens.

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Junior suite #12636. We instantly loved the soothing colors and spaciousness of the room, with walk-in closet, tons of storage, and a great bathtub. In addition, our balcony had 2 chaise lounges, 2 chairs and a small table. The sofa was on the hard side, but our bed was quite comfortable. Randy, our stateroom attendant, introduced himself immediately, and we came to appreciate his attentiveness and attention to detail over the next week.

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Luggage fit great under the bed. Rooms are well laid out. Easy to use.  Read entire member review.
I'm spoiled forever! by Minonanwanderer

Functional, clean, spacious. The flat screen should be more interactive with laptops/mps players, etc.

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Great trip by kcilo

14276 - Great convenient to the stairs while still being a quiet room,

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Plenty of cunning storage cubbies. Spacious balcony. Nicely decorated.

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The stateroom was spacious (inside balcony facing central park). We loved having all of the storage, the giant closet, etc. Plus you did a great job taking advantage of nooks to add a drawer, etc.

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Deck 14 - Inside aft near elevator. Pretty typical. Nice size room, but not really any bigger than other ships. Lots of storage space. Enjoyed the mini-fridge. Bathroom was pretty standard...small.  Read entire member review.

We had adjoining Boardwalk Balcony cabins 14711-713. I highly recommend this idea for families with little ones. We have a 2 and 11 year old. Baby was able to nap/sleep while we were in the other room. Also very nice having 2 bathrooms. Very little price difference than having 4 in one room. With the balcony door open or closed its loud! Expect noise until about 1030pm nightly due to shows and activity. We never heard noise from Sport Court directly above. Stateroom attendant was awesome (Bernardo).

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First cruise by smg14618

One of my best vacations Ever

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Cabin was fabulous, great size! Even though there were no windows, it didn't really matter since we spent most of our time about ship and in port. Very convenient with a nice bathroom, great place to stay!

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Cabin was comfortable, Seemed a little small compared to other ships, but not a hardship for a short cruise.

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Comfy beds, small but efficient toilet, nice balcony overlooking Boardwalk.  Read entire member review.
our cabin was great, we had a balcony, plenty of room, comfortable bed,much better than some five star hotels.  Read entire member review.
Our Cabin was at midships and we had no problem storing all our luggage contents.  Read entire member review.
- Good sized cabin - Needs larger safe  Read entire member review.

Deck 11 rear balcony. excellent view of Aqua Theatre, very quiet location. Roomy.

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We had a D5 balcony. The cabin was small, but very adequate for two people. Storage was good. The balcony was fantastic and private. We were a bit far from the elevators. Lots of kids running up and down the halls.  Read entire member review.

Pretty nice. Very small and no windows but had everything that we needed!

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Hair Dryer not great. Bed wonderful. Bathroom spotless and well appointed. Overall size of cabin was good for an inside berth. 230v power outlet was useful, two x 110v handy with UK/US converters.  Read entire member review.
Happy Reunion by 5starchick
More closet, drawers,and luggage space. Need a way to prevent foul odors from cabin toliets entering the hallways.  Read entire member review.

Cabins were good and always clean on time.

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We had a view of the boardwalk from our balcony - the door was noise cancelling but it was still loud at night and early morning when they broke the sound system.  Read entire member review.
Good overall We had a Deck 8 Ocean View Balcony  Read entire member review.
Our room was an interior...great location to Central Park and access elevators. Roomy enough for us. Quiet, clean, nice decor.  Read entire member review.
The balcony stateroom is adequate, but on the small side. The closet was small with some neat self-closers. No more clothesline in the shower. Not enough plugs for curling iron, hair dryer, cell phones, etc. The bedding was fluffy, but I felt like I was sleeping in a bowl. The room gets too hot after we both had our showers in the afternoon.  Read entire member review.
Tiny room, tiny closet, tiny bathroom, poor air quality in room.  Read entire member review.

Great Ocean View balcony on the forward port side, 10th floor. Cabin may be too tiny when sofa bed has been extended at night time. Location is perfect, as it is half way to everything and can use the stairs extensively. Shower is strong and VERY hot, the lowest temperature setting only takes it to "warm" level. No cold showers 8-). No leaking wind noises, balcony door needs an extra twist to close firmly and blocks out all wind noises.

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Policies not enforced by sunlover47
WE were on deck 10 with a balcony room. Room was nice, although smaller than room on last cruise. flat screen TV bathroom ok size. Pt luggage under the bed closet was fine for two people  Read entire member review.
The cabin was an inside balcony cabin overlooking Central Park. We were located on Deck 14 just below the Sports Pool and H20 Zone. Overall, the cabin was very clean and had ample storage. The bathroom was quite spacious as well considering it was a standard cabin bathroom. There was just enough room for two people (one in the shower and another at the sink or using the toilet). There were only two real negatives. The first being that everyone from across the ship and above on pool deck could look into your cabin. The second was that the walking room between the bed and the wall was very limited. One could actually touch the other person's feet while still in bed when walking to and from the cabin and bathroom doors.  Read entire member review.
Huge ship by Chewy2

Central Park balconies a better choice than Boardwalk

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Horrible Cruise by Xchoppers

Our Crown Loft suite was wonderful but the ship was horrible.

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Bigger than we have had on other ships. Nicely laid out - "living room" area (couch and desk) separated nicely from the bed, so we could sit comfortably and watch TV. Nice balcony. Bathroom not big, but bigger than most. Very comfortable. Bed was fantastic - I slept like a baby! TV reception was better than other ships. They had old movies and TV shows to watch, if you were tired and wanted to rest in your room.  Read entire member review.
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