Cabin was average. We did not get any kind of turndown service which was disappointing. Had a clogged drain in our shower that our room steward did not report, I had to go to guest services which promptly brought a repair to the drain. Read entire member review >>
We enjoyed our cabin and felt it had plenty of room. It was comfortable and our Stewardess, Geraldine, was incredible! Ours was very conveniently located to stars and elevators, which was helpful. Read entire member review >>
Pretty much as expected from past cruises. Do not like only having the option of 1 daily room cleaning - choice of morning or night... big issue with towels if you have a family!
Bathroom had black mold growing on top of door and ceiling... big health issue! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was adequate. Bed and bedding was very comfortable. Cabin steward was fine. There are very few balcony staterooms on this ship, so you pretty much have to settle for ocean view. Read entire member review >>
This was my first cabin near the front and will NOT be my last. I have to say, I enjoyed the location and even though we could hear the music from the atrium, it was early enough that it didn't bother us; it almost was a reminder of the fun we were missing. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was below the galley, so I would not recommend it. We could smell Chinese food and overnight heard some sort of machine like a dishwasher or something start up. The tv is a flat screen and was decent as well as the amount of room. But there wasn't enough storage space in the bathroom. The bed was comfy, I often would fall asleep accidentally as there is no couch. Read entire member review >>
E106 is located on deck 7. Easy access to everything. It is an oceanview room with twin beds. The room is simple and clean. Enough room for 2 people, but couldn't picture fitting any more than that. Read entire member review >>
PLEASE FIX THE SITUATION IN THE WHEELCHAIR BOUND BATHROOMS. I DIDN'T MIND HAVE THAT CABIN BUT EVERYTIME WE SHOWERED WATER WOULD BE ALL OVER THE BATHROOM AND WE HAD TO THROW ALL OUR TOWELS ON THE FLOOR. Read entire member review >>
Great location for the Wind Song dining room. 4 doors or so from the elevator that will take you to the dining room entrance. Also same end as the Lido buffet area which includes the 24 hour pizza and ice cream. Quite a walk tho to the middle atrium area, but once we got the floor plan down, it seemed easier. The room was just like any other room... so limited space, but sufficient. The one odd thing about this room was in addition to the King bed, there were two upper bunks hanging on the walls that weren't visible... kinda like a murphy bed they were hidden behind a wooden cabinet like thing. No problem until I went to crawl into bed one night and banged my head on the cabinet! OUCH. It was pretty quiet in our room for the most part. No complaints. Exception: celebrating cruisers getting their money's worth on the last night! HA -- good for them! Read entire member review >>
No matter where you are on the ship, you'll hear people early and late talking in the hall. Same with kids running in the halls. Closet space is completely ample for two people. Love the beds - soooo comfy! Read entire member review >>
Plenty of closet and drawer space, could use a bit more storage in the bathroom though. Our cabin was extremely neat and clean. The remote didn't work but was quickly fixed for us. Read entire member review >>
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