the room was well laid out with no wasted space, it was kept clean, well stocked.
the stewards were polite, helpful, respectful, and were serious about keeping us happy.
stewards = A+A+A+A+ Read entire member review >>
Accessible Cabin. It was good size and comfortable. I didn't find it any bigger than regular cabins. The bathroom was great for my mother with mobility issues. She took showers sitting down, which was very helpful. The room didn't have any other special things other than the bathroom and wide door to wheel my mother in. Great cabin steward. I missed the ice buckets they used to have, but that's gone. Read entire member review >>
E-89 was the worst cabin we have had on 10 cruises. The noise from the Atrium, the art gallery on the other side of the fake window wall, and the connecting door with no sound proofing all allowed too much noise into the room. Do not book this cabin if you enjoy peaceful times and privacy Read entire member review >>
Because we booked this cruise so late, we didn't have many cabin options to choose from. The Fantasy only has a handful of balcony cabins to begin with. We found ourselves split between two inside cabins (U36/U40). While they couldn't be described as "roomy," they were absolutely fine. They did lack a true sofa area for seating. Instead the interior cabins had a small wooden kitchen-table sized chair. The bathroom was the same size we've had on many other cruise ships with a shower. Based on peeks in other cabins as we were getting off the ship, most of the "outside" cabins appeared to be the same size except they of course had real windows.
Our cabin steward, Muhammad, was probably the happiest and friendliest guy that I've ever met in my entire life. If I could bottle up his attitude and sell it, I would be rich. He had more than two dozen cabins assigned to him and he knew everybody's name immediately! Again, the carpet in the cabins and hallways looked brand new and the beds were in excellent condition. Nothing looked worn or "used," not even the interior of the closets. Read entire member review >>
We were very happy with our interior cabin we had no window, we figured we would hardly be in our room and we were correct there is a huge balcony on the ship if you want to see the ocean! it was small but no real complaint it was 3 of us one being a 10 year old. we saved a huge amount of money by taking the interior. Read entire member review >>
The interior cabin(U175) is exactly what is advertised. Looks like a small college dorm. Closet space is sufficient for two people, and the small safe is great to leave personal items in without any worries. The bathroom is a little bit bigger than an airplane bathroom because it has the stand shower. Shower water temperature was great but the water force was ok. The beach towels, shower towels, and robes were convenient. Our room was in a quiet location at the end of the cruise ship which made doing anything in the boat a little hectic since most things are in the front or middle of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Located at absolute front of ship, but fairly quiet since not much traffic in front of room. Cabin space adequate, closet space very good and bathroom good.
Very clean, well maintained. Read entire member review >>
we had a handicap room and enjoyed the larger bathroom and shower...only negative about the cabins are the terrible choices of tv stations the cruise line uses...not that we watched much at all but would have enjoyed ESPN...lol Read entire member review >>
We were on the Empress deck in the middle of the ship. It was an interior room. For 2 people this would have been perfect. Nice bed, plenty of closet space, and roomy bathroom. With our daughter in there and the fold up bed it made it a little tight but manageable. We did not spend much time there so it did not really matter. The room was kept very clean and lines replaced after using no matter what time of day. The towel animals were great to anticipate what we were getting that night. Read entire member review >>
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