An oceanview stateroom with balcony offers a scenic view and more space. This affordable cabin has two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, television, large closet, desk, and bathroom with shower. Approximately 232 to 274 square feet, including balcony.
Overall a very comfortable accommodation with a decent size balcony. Since the cabin was located on the same floor as the bridge and toward the bow of the ship, the bridge actually blocked our view at times. The closet area was adequate, although a few more hangers would have been helpful. The bathroom was typical of any cruise ship with a small shower with a curtain that just met the frame of the shower area on the floor. If you were not careful, you would knock the shower curtain out of the base and soak the bathroom floor. The sink had adequate room for toiletries and there were 3 shelves at the side of the sink area for items. The cabin had electrical outlets for both 110 and 220 current, so an adaptor was not needed. There was a bar fridge in the cabinet under the bar area that came in handy. Your ice bucket was refreshed twice and day, and was kept in the fridge. On the wall above the bar was a flat screen TV that lacked stations for US news. Only European sports were covered through BBC.
Cabin was a standard with balcony. We found our balcony smaller than the one we had on the Star Princess. We don't know if that was because we were on the 14th floor this time instead of lower down. It was nice to be near the elevators and it wasn't noisy at all. Read entire member review.
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