The seventh-level, forward-facing, Ocean View staterooms (Category 7?), are probably ones to be avoided. When docking or undocking the mechanical noise and vibration is horrible. It is unbelievably loud and probably rates a significant score on the Richter Scale, making it difficult to carry on a conversation or even hear the television. It is at the level of the helipad, so the next level up may provide a better view (but when you're at-sea, it probably doesn't make much difference). At least it was quiet after we were docked in port or while we are at sea. Wish we had known about the noise in advance.
The closets don't seem to be as deep as we had on a previous cruise, we had to tuck the clothes we had hanging in order to close the door. Drawer space is limited, but not a problem when also using the suitcases stored under the bed.
The location is at the forward end of the ship so, with respect to traffic and hallway noise, it is nice and quiet. The slanting, forward-facing window makes the cabin larger (or seem larger). It had two chairs but would have been nice if there was a couch and a bigger table to play cards and etc. There certainly is enough room for different furniture. Read entire member review.
Good size, much bigger than expected. No balcony but this was not a problem as we had a large window which gave us a great view as we sailed into each port. Some noise from the anchor I think, as we came into each port but not really a problem. Loved this cabin.