(approx 242-472 sq. ft.) Comfortable & stylish, your choice of Britannia stateroom shall be your inviting home from home throughout your memorable voyage. So settle down to a favourite movie on your television with satellite channels & music; should you feel peckish, summon room service at any hour. Returning to your private haven at the end of another sensational evening, appreciate the details that make such a difference: the bathrobe, slippers, & nightly turndown service with pillow chocolate
Good cabin - the metal-fronted balcony is actually an asset if you don't miss gazing at the sea as it is larger than the glass-fronted balconies. Good location, not far from the A lift and stairs. Read entire member review.
Cabin 6108 on the Queen Elizabeth was large and mid ships. The shower was a metre square, the room was very spacious and the balcony was huge, shaped like an 'L'. I think this was a cabin for people in wheel chairs as everywhere was designed for wheel chairs to easily move around. Read entire member review.
6157 - opposite entrance to lifts and stairs - aft on starboard side - Staircase C - but not noisy. Cabin was adequate in size with an adequately sized balcony - small table and two comfortable chairs. Kenneth, the steward went about his work quietly and unobstrusively but he was very helpful when approached. Bed was very comfortable - linen, towels were kept extremely clean.
Shower, wash-room, toilet was adequate in size. Read entire member review.
Good location. Good balcony.
My only gripe is that the hairdryer is situated in the left hand side drawer and is fixed down so cannot be moved which is useless if you need to dry your hair for any length of time or if you do not have the strength to pull on the curly wire!
PLEASE NOTE THAT I HAVE PUT DOVER AS THE EMBARKATION PORT AS SOUTHAMPTON WAS NOT ON YOUR LIST Read entire member review.