Stateroom has carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
We were on the Riviera Deck (1305) which is mid ship. I was very surprised at the amount of room there was and even after using one bunk and making the 2 twins into a King we still had plenty of space. The bathroom has plenty of counter space as well as some small shelves. There was no noise at all during our stay and little movement except when the seas were rough and then it was more of a sway. We loved the room. Antonio was our steward and he was amazing. My son loved the towel animals every night and if you leave a note or let the steward know, they will let you keep them and collect them for a finale photo on the last night.
I was toward the back of the boat and on the main deck inside cabin. We could hear the engines slightly and definitely feel the thrusters strongly arriving at and departing ports. Read entire member review.
Cabin 7298: the shower overflowed on to the bathroom floor every time we used it, regardless of how long we ran the water. I didn't mention this to the cabin stewards because the drains did not seem to be clogged; rather, I suspect it was a design flaw in the drainage system. One easy remedy might be to add an inch-or-so taller "lip" to the outside edge of the shower.