It was very nice, comfortable. Room service was quick. Room stewards attentive. Liked the robes, slippers and hair products. The balcony was in a good location close to elevator to spa. Read entire member review >>
Cabins on port side are directly under the treadmills in the Fitness Room. DO NOT choose one of these cabins. The pounding starts at 6:30 and goes until at least 10. Earplugs don't work because most of the time it is more of a vibration than a noise. Read entire member review >>
Won't pay extra for the spa room again. The thallasopool never worked correctly and while the rooms were nice I didn't spend enough time there to justify the cost. The room goodies don't smell that great but it might just be me. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: LOVED OUR CABIN! We were upgraded from a cove balcony to a spa balcony by our PVP. Usually we don't spend much time in the room, so I always expect cramped quarters. We weren't sure if we'd have room for the pack-n-play for Devan to sleep in, but there was plenty of room. We met the steward right away (on NCL, never even saw him/her). And I think Devan had them wrapped around her finger right away. Loved the attention they all paid to her (and us). Juan set the couch back, was we wouldn't be using it as a bed and kept us stocked with extra washcloths and towels throughout the week. The towel animals were awesome. Our favorite was the monkey hanging from the ceiling. The balcony was beautiful, I did notice that the walls between cabin's balconies could be opened too. I think the neighbors were glad there was some sort of sound barrier at times though (hard for little one to wind down to sleep some nights) Although if she screamed, we would take her out so as not to disturb sleepers, and she enjoyed running off energy. Oh, and her stuffed toys were always arranged in bed, so cute. The balcony was a wonderful way to start the day and end the day. We watched flying fish for quite some time out there, and it was neat to watch the islands as we came into port. Read entire member review >>
Loved the spa cabin, its balcony, our location, and the spa amenities & access which were included with the room - but ABSOLUTELY HATED the random but consistent slamming of weights onto the deck directly above our head between the hours of 6:00am and 10:00pm. Serenity? I think NOT. Read entire member review >>
Had a spa stateroom w/balcony -- supposed to be smoke free (the reason we booked it), but there was usually the smell of cigarette smoke on the balcony.
Above the fitness center. Constant thumping from the treadmill. Read entire member review >>
great location, small balcony with open roof, has couch sleeper so could hold 3 comfortably. A little noise from the Serenity deck on the morning, but not much. No smell detected. Read entire member review >>
We were in 11209. Very quiet area and we were able to enter the spa without having to gointo any of the public areas. I would stay in the same area again if we take the Dream again. Read entire member review >>
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