Cabin - Port side rear balcony Cabin was very small but clean and well laid out. Standard balcony 2 chairs and a small table. 1 electrical plug, no hair dryer or small frig. We knew this in advance and brought a small 6 pack soft side cooler and our room steward keep it full of Ice. The bed two twins put together to make a king. Sheets and pillows were very nice. The room air worked very well but the heat left a lot to be desired and in February you need heat even in the Bahamas. Again our steward was spot on with an blanket and extra pillows. Read entire member review >>
We had no complaints about the cleanliness of the cabin, including the bathroom. That said, the cabin was small! The beds were set up in twin formation so we had to move them some so that we wouldn't keep banging our legs on the metal frame to get between the desk and the end of the bed. Moving the beds over meant that the reading lights weren't well aimed and you couldn't move them.
One complaint about the bathroom - who ever decided that the toilet paper holder needed to be at knee level? It made it awkward to use the toilet.
Weirdest thing - the morning we got back to Charleston, when I got up and washed up the water was fine, by the time Mom got up there was NO water pressure. If we hadn't had water glasses with water in them, she wouldn't have been able to wash her face or brush her teeth.
Other strange thing, when we got to the cabin we only had HOT water. Called the room steward and he came and checked - it wasn't user error and called maintenance. The maintenance guy came and "showed" me how the faucet and shower worked and that there was cold water. Read entire member review >>
Our room was on the main floor. We had a balcony room, with a king size bed. The room was excellent, nice to sit out and watch the ocean, sky, and the stars.We were not to far from the elevators and stairs. The bed was comfy and had plenty of pillows. Read entire member review >>
Tiny closet, great balcony, quiet location, large bathroom. We moved our bed as I felt I would bump my head on the bunk bed (that we didn't use)that was in the wall the way it was originally setup. Read entire member review >>
The balcony cabins that were added during renovations seem small. Our cabin had two bunk beds that surprisingly took up several square feet. We asked our cabin steward to split our bed and put one against one wall the other bed against the other wall so we had more space in the middle of the cabin to walk to our balcony. However, both my husband and I hit our heads against the support/frame of the bunk beds. The frame has a shelf that would support the bed if it were lowered and even when my husband rolled over during the night he hit his head. The original staterooms with windows do not have this same configuration for the bunk beds. We did not need a stateroom for four people and did not notice the bunk beds when we booked our room. We will pay more attention in the future. Read entire member review >>
E225 - Quiet location. Great balcony. Two uppers and one king below. When two uppers are down have to crawl across bed to get to balcony but since they were only down early a.m. and evening it wasn't a big deal. Read entire member review >>
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