Our cabin was one of two aft-extended-balcony cabins on Verandah Deck 8 that has a larger than normal balcony: 8450 and 8457 are at the sides of the ship next to the aft-wrap balcony rooms and the balconies, while still only facing aft, are half again as large as the standard aft extended balconies. On ours, there was room for two loungers (oriented back-to-front), two chairs and a small table.
Otherwise the cabin was a standard balcony cabin. There were three of us in the room and the couch was made into a comfortable bed that I used with no problems. Read entire member review >>
Our balcony was right next to the corner aft wrap, and therefore larger than the other aft balconies. It was our little slice of heaven! Only thing to note is that the movement of the ship is much more pronounced here if you are sensitive to that. The location is very convenient to the aft pool and lido buffet. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was about the size of an average cruise ship cabin, big enough to fit two average sized people comfortably. (If you are tall, large, or have more than two people in your cabin, you will disagree with me.) The shower in particular was very tight, but since it is a curtained off area and not the Maxwell Smart type tube I have seen on other ships, it serves its function for most people.
We had an aft facing balcony on Deck 9, and if you, like us, enjoy listening to the sound of the ship's wake without a constant breeze in your face, this cabin is for you. My kindle and I had a lot of quality time in the extended balcony, and most of the trip it was not in direct sunlight. Read entire member review >>
Our aft balcony had a beautiful view, but you did hear the sound of chairs moving above us on the Lido Deck. So bring a small fan to create enough white noise to cover up the deck sounds above the cabin. Read entire member review >>