Two beds and enough space beneath to hide away a normal suitcase. (But I had to lift the bed to get our suitcase under the frame.)
Not very much on the TV. The ship's northern fjord locations blocked the satellite view.
Attached shower and WC cubicle. No problems.
Two outside portholes.
The room was too hot until I found how to turn the thermostat down. The air conditioning fan was noisy first night and then I got used to it. There were some interesting creaks from the ship structure when a force 6 wind got up. On a technical note the portholes had a fine large thumbscrew to seal them shut but in this cabin it would not have worked because over the years the flexible rubber seals has been repeatedly painted over and were now too hard to permit the porthole to seal in a closed position.
The cabin adequate and well presented. I am not convinced decontamination from the previous cruise had been done completely. The little fabric handles on the drawer & cupboard openers would be near impossible to fully sanitize.
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Atlantic Deck 4132 and 4134 Two portholes in each cabin
Beds were the couch type,very uncomfortable,single duvets,cramped around the bed.
Lots of closet space,tea making facilities,no biscuits, hair dryer,TV and safe.
Both cabins had bath tubs.Close to the stairwell and lift that leads to lauderette and lido deck. Read entire member review.
Cabin fine with plenty of cupboard space and two portholes. Bathroom small but adequate, however it flooded twice from water coming up from below bath, not due to anything that we had done. Beds fairly comfortable and linen fine. Very quiet, but quite bouncy when the sea was rough which we enjoyed. Read entire member review.
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