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3025
Fantastic 2 weeks at Sea by ajourney3025
Review should allow for reviews of ALL the stops.  Especially when the trips are more than 1 week?????

Amsterdam should have an excursion to the Windmills, only 45 minutes by local bus and 20 minutes by local train.

Kiel, Germany, perhaps an alternative than one all day to Hamburg.  Read entire member review.
4007
Very handy for gangway, only one flight of stairs....Noisy when docking or anchoring.....Great TV, big fluffy towels and bathrobes  Read entire member review.
4018
Noisy room -- directly above the gangway. Don't stay in this room if you want to sleep in on port days!  Read entire member review.
4020
Great cabin, needed new carpet and better reading lights  Read entire member review.
4035
Cabin #4035, adjacent the Customer Service Desk. A disabled cabin, though we are not, and therefore has a larger (for wheelchair access) bathroom. An inside so no exterior light. Impossible to read comfortably in bed, no direct reading light and if you try to lie in bed and read you either look into a glare or are in your own light. We hope this will be addressed on any refurbishment. Mattress in sore need of upgrade. Nice flat screen TV. More than ample storage, an excellent safe and small refrigerator. Bathroom lights very poor for shaving or makeup. Desk chair does not fit under desk, so difficult for wife to put makeup on or have proper light to do so. No makeup mirror for ladies. Doors in general very tricky to close, do not always close by themselves and may seem closed when not. Some noise bleed in from hallway when announcements are made from the bridge.  Read entire member review.
4044
Cabin 4044 great location it's standard size for outside, plenty of room for 2. Really enjoyed the little sitting area by shore excursions just steps away from our cabin.  Read entire member review.
4050

This stateroom had a large picture window with a shelf that you could sit in and watch the world go by. There was ample storage for everything. The bathroom is tiny, only one person at a time. They provide an extra hairdryer by the desk/vanity which is very handy. Cabin attendants were excellent, very attentive. There was fresh fruit and drinking water in the cabin every day. He put water on each nightstand at night. Beds are very comfortable, super soft, sink into them and rock to sleep!!

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6015

The cabin was plenty big enough with a king-sized bed, a double and single wardrobe, dressing table, corner cupboard containing the safe and fridge as well as shelf space for the ice bucket and glasses, double settee and coffee table. The cases fitted very easily under the bed, and the storage space was perfectly fine. We also had a balcony with a square dining table and two chairs. As has already been mentioned in many other posts, the shower cubicle is quite small, but it is possible to have a shower without being attacked by the dreaded shower curtain.

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6020
6020, Small shower, adequate room. Nice size balcony with a table large enough for meals. Balcony is wider than most. Since this cabin is over the theater, we could hear aome music at times, but not enough to bother us and only a couple times. Would recommend the cabin.  Read entire member review.
6027

Even though the cabin is fairly forward it was a good location. Quiet close to elevators and one one flight of stairs down to theatre, casino and shops. Comfy bed, strange pillows. Try to get cabin with sofa rather than single chair.

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6055
We opted for a balcony stateroom. Cabins were on the small side, but comfortable. All had flat screen tv's but not all had cd or dvd players. Staff kept cabin clean and refreshed towels twice a day. Elemis products were very good. Room service was a bit cumbersome with no place to out the tray or plates. It's best to be in the center of the ship. A suite in the back which we toured suffered from noice and engine vibration. I would have been unhappy had I paid extra for that suite!

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6065
Joyous Journey by nnamap
Our location was convenient to stairs and elevators without being noisy. We felt the cabin was extremely quiet. Although small the veranda made the room seem larger. We utilized the veranda everyday. Closet space and drawers adequate.  Read entire member review.
6076
Cabin 6076 is a roomy balcony cabin, there are 2 full length wardrobes and 1 half length with 4 small drawers, a dressing table with 4 drawers and 2 shelves and bedside cupboards with 2 shelves. There is a small 2 seat settee and a coffee table. The shower room is small but adequate, one cabinet and 3 open shelves. Elemis soap, shampoo and conditioner are provided as are 2 Frette bathrobes and complimentary slippers. With our grade of balcony cabin we also got afternoon tea and canapes if desired, a fruit basket topped up every day and breakfast service in cabin. There is no charge for room service. Electrical sockets 2 European 22o volt & 2 American 110 volt sockets available, high enough to get adaptors in without a trailing adaptor.  Read entire member review.
6078
6078 - with balcony which we loved; small bathroom but everything we needed; wardrobes fine though we took way too many clothes so it seemed a bit small by the time we had unpacked; desk and sofa area good; bed comfortable. Stewards fantastic and always very helpful. Cabin spotless. Loved the fruit and flowers. Just need to take the pips out of those grapes and I'll have nothing to complain about at all.  Read entire member review.
7028
Room with a View by lavendertwin
6078 needs a AC upgrade as it was very humid and warm. The use of the balcony was only made the room warmer. Showering was not something we could consider at night as it made the humidity unbearable. The butler was not enthusiastic but his assistant excellent! Room 7028 was excellent!!! Our butler was amazing and very conscientious!! Our ice was replenished often and we enjoyed drinks on the balcony often!!!  Read entire member review.
7029

Our stateroom was very quiet, comfortable and worked well for us. 7029 is conveniently located near the forward elevator and stairs. We really enjoyed the private veranda. The constant resupply of fresh fruit and bottled water was appreciated.

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7030
Cabin 7030 had a connecting door but we never heard our neighbors. We were told that Azamara cabin walls were thin, but ours was totally quiet. The unusual thing was that on one particularly stormy and windy night, the wind would whistle through the sliding door to the balcony which was somewhat annoying. The wind would sometimes whistle on the way under the door to the hallway, but that was easily remedied with a towel. The cabin itself was in an excellent location right off the forward stairwell - no extra noise from that location and amazingly convenient in and out positioning. Azamara storage is somewhat minimal, but fine for a week or two. The bathroom is quite small and not too much storage.  Read entire member review.
7060
7060: good location (might choose 7058 to avoid light from life boat deck below), opposite a crew work area but heard no noise, easy to access either forward or aft stairs and elevators. I like a cabin that is in the middle, top to bottom, forward and aft - this was perfect. Cruise director apologized for rough seas the second day out, no problem were I was located; just a gentle roll elsewhere.  Read entire member review.
7065
An Amazing Cruise by Kiwi Travellers

Cabin 7065, Great location, spacious cabin. Bathroom small but not a problem serves it purpose.

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7073
Antarctica Adventure by Cornishe traveller
Cabin 7073 midship - had a balcony which though small was perfectly adequate. We were not able to use it as much as we usually do due to the fact that we were in Antactica and it was too cold. Great storage with lots of drawers, cupboards and hanging space. Only gripe with the cabin was that the shower was too small.  Read entire member review.
7079
Very nice Cruise by AvastMate

Standard balcony cabin. Period.

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7080
7080 was a standard balcony cabin, midships, convenient for stairways and also the single passenger laundry. Comfortable, sensibly planned, and well furnished in traditional style, with plenty of closet space. Bathroom small with only as shower. Balcony small, with table and 2 chairs, perfect for breakfast on a sunny morning.  Read entire member review.
7095
Birthday Bliss by horseman1
Small bath and balcony. Very clean and well maintained  Read entire member review.
8047

Great cabin, no noise from pool deck above, even on White Nights party night. Wonderful butler Crooxie and attendants Kadek and Esmail. Would recommend this cabin.

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8053

The Continental Suites (which is about 1.5 times larger than the regular veranda cabins) are very nice and I especially appreciated the space during a 17 night cruise. The other amenities: dinner in the premium restaurants (we ate 7 times), Thalassotherapy pool (multiple times), extra room service menu (one time), afternoon tea (multiple times) and the nicer pre-dinner savories were nice, but the extra space is the primary advantage and driver of the decision to spend the extra money.

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8059
Azamara is a Winner! by commander courageous
Sky Suite was more than ample, though bath a little small. Balcony could have been enhanced with addition of a chaise in lieu o chairs and table. All in all it was lovely sleeping a night with the balcony door open and the sound of the ocean lulling you to sleep.  Read entire member review.
8063

Our cabin was a Club Continent Suite which was about 50% larger than most other staterooms and was ideal for us especially as the bathroom had a small bath. Also, we had services of a butler (Michael) who delivered complimentary afternoon tea and canapés along with breakfast to our room whenever we ordered them. Having a suite also meant we had complimentary use of the two speciality dining restaurants (normally $25 per person) both of which were excellent.

Our one criticism of our cabin is that it was below the Windows Cafe where there was always furniture being moved around - even during the middle of the night. Light sleepers could find this a problem.

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None
Medium size with king bed, love seat, desk/dressing table, entry hall with closet and drawers, veranda with two chairs and table extended the room's feel. Tiny bathroom but compact with shelves and small cabinet. On desk 6 at end of hall.  Read entire member review.
None
7107. Near the back, which on a night when we had gale force winds proved an excellent choice! Quiet with a good-sized balcony, we had no complaints whatsoever.  Read entire member review.
None
Sky suites are well laid out with lots of storage.  Bathroom is spacious.  Balcony is a bit cramped.
Beds very comfortable.  Good noise proofing.  Lots of hot water available almost instantly.  Excellent towels/linens. 
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None
Norwegian Fjord by halelani
Comfortable bed, teeny bath and shower, roomy closet and storage spaces.  Read entire member review.
None
Great by hmorrow
Cabins a little smaller than we like, but adequate  Read entire member review.
None
6048 had a blown gasket around the balcony door(happened last day of cruise). and unpredictable hot water. Deck 8 is preferable in my opinion for the views.  Read entire member review.
None
good size room with window on the fourth floor. Enough space to put all your belongings. Bathroom a bit small and shower very small. The bed was good but not very firm anymore.  Read entire member review.
None

A very good cabin, more spacious than we expected. Remember to look behind the bathroom mirror for additional storage

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