We had cabin M261 and it was a balcony room on the rear of the ship. It had a fold down bed over the king bed that my son(26) slept in. I love the fact that it was on the rear and somewhat private. I seen some balcony cabins near the front that had a walk way right in front of them with no privacy at all.
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Our cabin was very nice, plenty of storage, and spacious. It was towards the end of the hallway and not near any stairs or elevators. It had rooms on the floors above and below and was quiet. Even though it was a connecting room, we did not hear any noise from our neighbors! Read entire member review >>
E202. A balacony was recently added. It is right below one of the dining rooms, on the port side. It was quiet. This cabin has 2 dropdown Pullmans so it can accommodate 4 guests. Our disappointment was we were expecting a sofa, but only had the uncomfortable chair in the corner. These cabins are reto-fitted so don't expect anything different than the other cabins with windows, except a balacony has been added. Don't get me wrong, I prefer a cabin with a balcony- but this is a "me too" type room as it was a re-do. Read entire member review >>
E87 is one of the few balcony cabins but has 2 fold-up bunks that intrude if you don't have but 2 in the room. No refrigerator, as found on most newer ships, and no hair dryer. Read entire member review >>