We were close to the middle of the ship just off the reception area but our room was spacious(we had more storage space than we needed for two people), the bathroom was larger than most standard cabins, and we had a large window which let in a lot of light in the mornings. We normally book balcony on our cruise lines and this oceanview cabin was more spacious than most of the balcony cabins we have stayed in. Our steward was very good at refreshing our bath towels and pool towels and keeping our room tidy.
Our cabin was great! We enjoyed a cabin upgrade. Booked an inside guarantee. Received upgrade to an O2 ocean view #8152, located right next to the atrium mid-ship. The biggest cabin we have ever enjoyed. My estimate by pacing off the floor with my feet was about 180 S.F. The bathroom was the smartest we have ever seen. The shower has glass doors rather than that clingy curtain that sticks to your wet body. Those doors fold in a clever way to move out of the way and adding a considerable amount of usable space. We really liked the abundant under-sink storage shelves with cabinet doors. The cabin closet was plentiful with 17 hangers, lots of drawers, lots of shelves. There were two upholstered chairs and a small table plus the under-counter stool. Stocked Mini-fridge. Beds were comfortable, but the pillows were a strange fill of lumpy foam. The cabin steward asked if we wanted other pillows on the first day, but we found them to be okay. Cabin Steward was wonderful...dressing our cabin and bathroom up every time we left the room...always fresh towels and rags for us. Strange, but we found no towel sculptures on our bed in the evenings...which is okay especially considering how attentive the steward was all week.