Luxuriate in your own secluded haven of approximately 520-707 square feet, featuring marble bathrooms and whirlpool baths. An expansive private balcony commands impressive sea views, perfect for sipping champagne or curling up with one of the books on offer. Refrigerators are stocked to your preferences; your concierge or butler will gladly attend to your every whim.
Great drawer space, could have had more hanging space. Nice big whirlpool bath tub, separate shower. Toilet and hand basin in a separate room. Only one hand basin, but there was a bar sink too. Good sized balcony with comfy loungers. You can lie in bed and watch the ocean There were 2 TV sets and a DVD player. Read entire member review.
Stateroom Accommodation -- I travelled with my mom and her service dog. While I love my mom, we do like our space. Also, although our service dog is small, a deck was essential.
Our stateroom was QV4188. The room was one of the larger Queen's Grill "standard" suites (same price as most others), and had over 700 sq ft (including the balcony). (Thanks to Joe at PG Travel who helped arrange this!) It was at the stern of the ship on the 4th deck. As a corner unit, it had an unusually large wrap around balcony. The balcony was also deep. The balcony easily held 2 lounges, 2 tables and 2 chairs -- with lots of room to spare on the other side. Being at the back of the ship, we did get a bit more noise -- perhaps from the stabilizers. Certainly we got some noise from the anchor being lowered and raised. Our neighbor passenger requested to move because of sensitivity to the vibration/humming, but we did not find this to be a problem. I note that we did seem to roll on the waves a bit -- other passengers commented on this too. Not sure if we had rougher seas, or the ship's size contributed a bit. That said, my mom really liked being in this location, she says it was the best spot on the ship, as you could watch the wake, see the rainbows in the rain, and be lulled to sleep by the rocking.
Inside the stateroom, we had a decent sized "living" area for the sofa, desk table and chair. We had 2 twin beds, which was a bit cozy, but for 2 weeks we managed. We each had separate closets and my mom used the separate dressing area/table just outside the bathroom. The bathroom was rather large with 2 sinks, and tub with jets and a separate shower cubicle. The room also had a nice granite counter, small cooler fridge and bar sink. We were very comfortable.
Internet/Television. The internet service was spotty at best. Don't even think about Skype -- the bandwidth is just too small. Honestly, the television availability was terrible -- but you are not on a cruise to watch tv, right? Bring DVDs. (The library is very extensive, too, and has lots of books peruse and DVDs to watch).
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The stateroom was a Penthouse suite, midships. Easy to find, ample storage room, good bathroom, good balcony. Two televisions and dvd-player as per normal, and of course a well-stocked bar.
The luggage was delivered extremely quickly (best yet) on embarkation day; and throughout our cruise our butler was absolutely wonderful (but we knew her from previous voyages). Being midships and Deck 6 the stateroom was in a quiet location, and the close proximity to lifts and stairway was a bonus and there was no noise at all.
6104 and 6106
Midships cabins and so avoided the very worst effects of rough weather. Nicely decorated but not spacious. Poor design means a lot of wasted space. Bathrooms good sized but only one basin for penthosue suite. Bed very hard. Balcony good sized. Read entire member review.
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