This stateroom has a balcony with patio furniture. It offers two twin beds that make up into a queen-sized bed, a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower, plus a spacious closet and desk.
Small everything! Balcony makes you feel like you will go overboard. Patio furniture small as well as interior tight. Smallest balcony room we have ever experienced. Bathroom is so tight you can barely dry your feet without opening the door or stepping back into the shower.
cabin was standard fare. While the new flat screen 42" is cool it is a little obtrusive and a 36" may have been a better choice and why slapped on the wall like that like a sore thumb? You can't really avoid it. The bathroom was no bigger than previous ships and still has the shower curtain! Toilet roll holder is way back under the sink and almost impossible to reach and when you do impossible to wind the roll off without breaking each sheet....so annoying! cabin doors on balcony did not seal well and the noise of them sucking out the a/c was like a dripping tap. The balcony chairs and foot stool are poor and I want a table to eat breakfast off. carpet was a strange pattern and color that made me think there was something spilt on it all the time.
We had booked a deluxe balcony cabin on Deck 15 (Marina). It seemed to be the equivalent space to that of the Queen Elisabeth balcony cabin but the bathroom was better designed with more space. The shower towels are way too small and we had to request robes which should have been provided. The open hanging area was far better especially as there are no wardrobe doors to get in the way. However, drawer space is very limited and the balcony itself was very small; much smaller than those on the Cunard ships we’ve been on. The bed was very comfortable, if somewhat on the firm side. The bed linen was really lovely. There was no choice of pillows, unlike Cunard. One electrical socket in the cabin – of European type – is simply not adequate and UK users, please note, an adapter is required.