Staterooms with an ocean view balcony feature two twin beds that convert to queen-size, large windows with glass doors, a private veranda, private bath with shower, seating area, desk, sofa bed, vanity, and closet space.
Since the ship is just two years old, the cabin was in very good shape -- no stains in carpets, burn holes,etc. I am glad for the balcony as it was my "sanctuary" when the crowds in the public rooms became unbearable. Our ship was at capacity (3800 people).
Clean and quite smart, plenty of space for me and my two kids. It was rather quiet, no noise from other guests, but the wind made a noise on the balcony. Whistling wind kept me awake twice. It was too cold generally to sit outside but the views were good!
Our cabin was by the elevators so many late night partiers would stand in the bank of elevators as a group late at night and would recount their evening and laugh loudly. Music came up through the atrium many evenings. The last night a different steward closed doors between the elevators and the hall, which made a world of difference. Wish that had been done days before., Being upgraded to a bigger cabin with a balcony outweighed it. Stewards were great.