We were on deck 7 fwd, right below the Mikado Lounge (you could here the shaking and bass when the shows were playing). Besides having a safe that died and an extremely rusty medicine cabinet, it was pleasant. Read entire member review >>
We wanted to stay in the "high-rent" area of the ship without shelling out the big bucks. This room was SMALL - probably one of the smaller on the ship. It felt cramped for 4 days and I can't imagine how it would feel for 7. Read entire member review >>
Our room, E299 was very tiny and cramped for four people. There was two "bunks" that the kids slept on. It was near a maintenance closet, there was loud banging at all hours of the night. Read entire member review >>
U138 was spacious and clean. No refrigerators though. Needs a little updating. Plenty of closet space for two passengers. Water pressure was fabulous in our shower. Bathroom size was spacious as well. Read entire member review >>
We were quite surprised at the space we had in our cabin. It was myself, my husband, and our son all in one cabin and we had plenty of room. The closet space was bigger and roomier than expected also. Read entire member review >>
We were already forwarned about the smallness of room, so I can't complain! We had king size bed & twin in room and still had some floor space. Bathroom was good enough to do what you needed to do. Closet space was ok, being that we had 4 people and the weather being cool when we left & warm on trip...we could've used more space for sure! Noise..Can't complain. We weren't in our room often enough. No view for us, we were interior with a fake window! Read entire member review >>
Ample space. Two twin beds together still allowed room to walk around the cabin. Adequate closet and drawer space. Quiet location as we only had one common wall with other passengers. TV was an antique. Bathroom facilities were very adequate and soap and disposables were of high quality. Read entire member review >>
E127, it would have been good to know ahead of time that there was a pole in the middle of the room, as we had to fit a roll away bed in there for the third person - it made the room very cramped for three adults. Also the bathroom had a permanent stale urine smell (possibly the walls not sure) The smell was there when we arrived in the room and there the whole trip. Read entire member review >>
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