For the price paid for a suite, we were disappointed in any special assistance and help asked for. I was traveling with my elderly parents, and I feel that the lack of help severely effected their whole experience. Read entire member review >>
Cabin details in review. I will say the closet is nice. The bathroom was decent except for no lightbulb in the shower and no plug in in the bathroom. The master bed was comfortable but there is no divider in the room. The balcony was nice, but we could do without. The refridgerator was not very cold. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony, very spacious, nice finishing and woodwork, king bed, pull out couch, medium sized bathroom, medium sized closet, plenty of counterpace complete with granite, mini fridge, breath taking views. Read entire member review >>
2 cabins, E71 and U87:
E71 is an accessible room. Ocean view which is a large square window. Room is unbelievably small for being accessible. Scooter only went into room just past bathroom. Bathroom door couldn't open or close with scooter in the room. Bathroom was extremely small even though it was accessible with grab bars, roll-in shower, and fold-down seat. Bathroom floor was slippery once you showered because water goes everywhere. If scooter is in the room it blocks access to bathroom, closet, and more importantly, the exit. Closet is small and not accessible. Convenient location on Empress Deck, around the corner from Internet, Guest Services & Lobby Bar. Room is 2 doors down the hall, very noisy area. Lobby Bar plays music all day until late at night and is easily heard in room.
U87 (grand suite): Large room with pole next to bed. Sofa and 2 chairs, coffee table. Small walk-in closet. Small tub/shower combination in bathroom. Minibar with frig. Flat screen TV. Balcony had 3-4 chairs and 1 table. Unobstructed view from balcony. Quiet hallway. Scooter did not fit through the doorway. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a Grand Suite (U80). These were the only rooms with a balcony. We also had a whirlpool tub in our stateroom which was nice for the kids. Our room could comfortably hold all 5 of us. There was plenty of room for all. In addition, the walk-in closet was a nice changing area. There were a lot of storage places in the Grand Suite. I also recommend bringing an over-the-door shoe organizer to keep the room a little more tidy. One thing I did not like was the growing mold and rust in the bathroom. The ship is older as I mentioned before and needs more than just a "face lift." There was a refrigerator in our room and the ice container was constantly filled by our room steward...Mada...he was great! He really made our experience the best. He was thoughtful and kind and remembered our names from the first time he met us. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was large! Bathroom was roomy, tub was awesome!!!! Balcony was nice and large. DH and I ordered drinks and room service and would eat on the balcony comfortably. Flat screen TV was a must have! Service was great! Read entire member review >>
We had a GS (U102). We didn't think it was worth it for the price. It was only a little bigger than a regular cabin. The balcony was nice but not necessary for us at all. We would not pay that much extra for a suite again. Read entire member review >>
Grand Suite U74. Great location. Great size. Plenty of room for a family of 5. Loved having our own balcony. Bathroom was great. Hot water and water pressure was fantastic. Closet was great. lots of drawers and cabinets in this room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin location no issues. We were never bothered by noise. Ample room. The "walk-in" closet was wide enough to walk in and hang clothes on either side. Downfall - no place to hang long gowns full length. Otherwise, plenty of room and storage for 3+ people. Read entire member review >>
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