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Quad occupancy in staterooms with 2 uppers, twin beds do not convert to a king-size bed.

Balcony (8D)
Decks: Deck 7
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Very small and cramped. Bathroom always smelled like urine.
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Cabin M115

M115 & M119 great rooms, and service. M115 has remote TV issues, but we don't cruse to watch TV.

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Cabin v25
Too small balcony. Need more outlets, only one worked. V25 was a quiet location.
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Once you do a balcony, you will always budget for a balcony. Nice accomodations.Queen with Pullman for my daughter--a little small as compared to some balconies in the past. But hey , it was a room with a balcony on a cruise ship--no complaints
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Cabin e202
Cabins, E202 and E198. Very adequate, plenty of room for three people in our room and four in the adult children's room. There were four of them in there. Our room was very comfortable and the bathroom appeared bigger on this ship then on our previous cruises. Balcony was amazing and same size as other ships. I was concerned before I boarded about the size of the room and balcony because I am claustophobic, but the room was very comfortable and the balcony had amazing amounts of space and we did not have an aft balcony.
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Cabin E238
Fairly small, decent closet/drawer storage (nowhere to put suitcases), safe in every cabin, balcony small but OK. Hallways are narrow. Our cabin was noisy as it was located next to housekeeping supply closets.
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