BC 215, Deck 9, plenty of room for three. The couch bed was quite firm, but I slept ok on it. The bedding was snuggly. Our heater did not work very well, so the room was chilly in the mornings. The big, deep balcony was wonderful with a chaise lounge, a chair, and mini table. The railings allow you to see the water while sitting. A very nice touch is the lighted make-up mirror. A good blow dryer is in the drawer, and you plug it in when you need it. We had plenty of drawer space and ample closet space and hangers for three. The hot tub jets really help relax the kinks out after a long day on shore. This room is the last in the row on the starboard side, We found it to be quiet. If we wanted to see port side views, all we had to do was walk a short hallway to the outside door.
Our other room was CA 344 Lanai cabin on the Lower Promenade deck. This room is smaller than the Verandah cabin, but it is so nice. Only two can stay in this cabin. The door opens directly onto the teakwood deck. This room is midship and conveniently located. There are chairs reserved for the cabins just outside the doors. Our first time cruisers stayed here and loved it. If I ever get the chance, I'll book a room like this again.
#218- THE LAST BALCONY CABIN TOWARDS REAR OF SHIP - BUT IT WAS FINE. WE NEEDED THE EXERCISE OF WALKING TO THE FRONT AND BACK, WHICH WE DID MANY TIMES EACH DAY.
THE CABIN HAD PLENTY OF CLOSET AND DRAWER SPACE, AND THE BEDS WERE VERY COMFORTABLE. WE ENJOYED FIND A "TOWEL ABIMAL" AWAITIBG US AT NIGHT.
AND HAVING FARID AS OUR CABIN STEWARD WAS A GREAT BONUS - HE IS FANTASTIC, WELL WORTH WHATEVER HE IS BEING PAID. Read entire member review.
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