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.
Cabin 6690; Level 5E; We booked this on a guaranty and were provided with this room. It has a huge aft balcony and was fantastic. We had two small chairs, a table and a lounger. There is a metal railing, so you can't see out when on the lounger, but that was no problem at all for us. The room is lovely with a couch that converts to a single bed and a queen bed with a curtain that divides them. The split bathroom was perfect for us and there was lots of storage. No long waits for the elevators ever and it was easy to take the stairs. Read entire member review.
Cabin- 8188 (5E)
Pros- This cabin has one of the largest balconies on the ship. The balcony measures approx 12' X 15'. The view is awesome because you can see both sides. The cabin has adequate closet space. The space can get a bit cramped with 4 people, but you don't spend that much time in your room. Our room was very quiet. We never heard our neighbors at night. There is very little traffic in this area because it is on the very end of the ship. The bed is comfortable. It's listed as a queen bed, but my wife and I both agreed that it was bigger. Kind of between a king and queen.
Cons- There is a lot of vibration when the ship in cruising at top speed. You can also really hear and feel the side thrusters when you pull into port. Your room will rattle. It will wake you up. The vibration can be described as a vibrating bed. We felt it on day one at sea while sailing to the Cayman Islands and from Cozumel to Castaway Cay. There is also some soot that can be deposited on your balcony depending on the wind. You will also smell some diesel while in port, but I only smelled it a few times. Never while at sea. It can be a long walk to the main area on decks 3/4. It is very convenient to Cabanas restaurant and the pool deck. Read entire member review.
By far the largest of the aft cabins are in the 166 rooms - they are dead centre on the ship. No seeing from about is not an issue. You can only really see below if someone is standing on the balcony. Noise is not an issue from Cabanas or from connecting rooms. The connecting room for 10166 is 10164. All the balconies have connecting doors.
HUGE, HUGE, HUGE balcony space - sparse furniture which is a shame. Only 2 chairs and a table which looked lost.
Bed was comfy, pillows great. Clean, tidy, lots of storage space. Read entire member review.