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Balcony Cabins 14 Reviews
Your stateroom offers up to 472 square feet in which to unwind. Wrap yourself in the soft bathrobe, ease into your slippers, then settle down to a film on your TV. Our turndown service sets the tone for a comfortable night's sleep.
    
Balcony (A3)
Decks: Deck 6, Deck 7
Balcony (A3)


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6065
Cabin 6065 opposite the launderette - very noisy avoid unless you do not mind hearing people chatting all day long! I was woken up 3 times before 8.00 am by over zealous passengers who were desperate to strat washing very early. Despite notices asking passengers to keep the door shut this was ignored by the majority of the passengers.  Read entire member review.
6120
As mentioned above, the shower was tiny! Cabin 6120 mid-ship.....very little rocking. Plenty of storage space. Nice deck.  Read entire member review.
6129
We were in a balcony cabin on deck 6 (6129). It was situated mid ships so that any roll due rough seas would be minimised. It was comfortable with a two seater settee and enough space for our two weeks worth of clothes, although my wife complained of lack of drawer space. The balcony was fairly small, but large enough, with a glass fronted barrier. It was in a generally quiet location although people moving the table/chairs on the next door balconies made a scraping sound that could occasionally be a little irritating if we were relaxing on our balcony. Perhaps rubber feet on these items of furniture would have helped.  Read entire member review.
7002
7002 - quiet, no passing traffic - excellent hanging space and storage for suitcases. I enjoyed seeing the "white soles" of the crew through the plexiglass of the bridge overhang.  Read entire member review.
7116
Well beyond expectations. by Richard Collins
Good position as only a few steps away from a lift which takes you directly to the restaurant and public areas. Small but adequate bathroom. Plenty of wardrobe space.  Read entire member review.
7131
Great Cabin, facilities adequate. good balcony, excellent view from Balcony. Good Steward  Read entire member review.
8055
Something for everyone by Cranbrookcruiser61
Directly opposite laundry, but we found this useful. Very handy for Lido buffet and spa on deck above, but expect early morning noise as deck stewards put out furniture. This cabin has a problem with its panelling -- loud creaking and cracking with any movement of the vessel, so take your earplugs! Wardrobe area is pokey and dark and clothes seems to get lost in there. Lovely balcony with uninterrupted views.  Read entire member review.
A414
We had a cabin on the port side overlooking but just above the lifeboats. Another time I would choose one a little bit fwd so you could see both to fwd and aft. But it seemed out of the wind so perhaps not too bad. I am not sure if the space was enough for a world cruise but with the extra big draw at the bottom of the bed ( possibly this is normally used for linen) but we used it. Wife's hanging space for long dresses a bit tight but I take wraps for my suit and tux and just hang them in the room creating more space in the wardrobe  Read entire member review.
None
great balcony; tiny bathroom; lovely decor; great location; quiet location; no drawers yet.  Read entire member review.
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6066
Queen Victoria by Dancer Bob
6108
7128
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