2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub & shower. All DD-category staterooms have a partial sea view. All HH-category staterooms have fully obstructed views. G and H cabins may have portholes instead of windows.
For 2 adults, our cabin had enough space. Plenty of drawer and closet space. We had a queen bed, 3-seat sofa, 1 chair and small table for 2. The chair & table did get in the way but you needed it if you had a meal in your cabin. The bathroom was roomer than I have experienced. Tub w/shower and enough floor space to move around without hitting the toilet or sink. A good size for a cruise ship bathroom. We had a large window that was located close to street level, on the port side, so we did have a fair amount of noise and light from the outside. We didn't hear much hallway noise but that may be because the occupants were not in their room very often. When they all gathered in the hallway, outside their doors, they came in loud and clear as if they were in our room. The cabin was very clean, no stains on the rugs or bedding although it could have smelled a little fresher. The steward sprayed some air freshener but that only lasted a few days. Read entire member review.
My biggest issue with the cabin was that there were no instructions on how to operate the shower. The configuration was not standard American (hot on left/cold on right) and we never did figure out how to not freeze or scald ourselves. The left knob seemed to control water flow and the right knob seemed to control hot water but I never got consistent results when I turned it. We had the beds configured to a queen size and they didn't put anything between the two to bridge the gap, therefore one of us was always stuck in the crack. They were the most comfortable beds either - not enough padding.