Queen-size bed with Sealy Posturepedic Premium Plush Euro-top mattresses, single convertible sofa, upper berth (in some), split bath with round tub and shower, private verandah with deck lights, railing and child-proof lock.
We slept in cabin 7152, which is a 3 person room, which was a little disappointing to my daughter that wanted a bunk bed, but she got over it very quickly. (FYI, my parents were in cabin 7656, which was also a 3 person room). The room was spacious. It was quiet on sea days, but noisy early in the morning on port days. I think it was a combination of referred noise from the work area in the center of the shipped, combined with early rising children running up and down the halls. The balcony was a perfect size. The balconies can open up if you know your neighbor. Plenty of closet space. Read entire member review.
The room was perfect and the children loved the bunk bed aspect of it. The bathroom had plenty of room and was more spacious than previous bathrooms I've seen. MY room attendant was the best! Leon was AWESOME!!!!!! The verandah was great as well, I generally have no complaints at all with my room.
Could have used a few more hangars, but we didn't think to ask for more (we probably would have gotten a ton of we did). The two bathroom setup is great, though because the shower is in the makeup area, the mirror was always fogged and didn't defog well. The verandas were great and quiet. Bed (especially the pillows) were amazingly comfortable. Read entire member review.
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