The cabin was very spacious. We had plenty of closet space. The beds were comfortable. We liked having the couch fold out to a bed rather than a pullman. We also loved having two bathrooms, it was very convenient for two people to be able to shower at the same time. This cabin was located forward on the ship directly above the forward gangway. Be aware, it could get noisy at times when we had early docking/tendering. Read entire member review >>
The cabin has a decently sized window (you can sit in it). Two twin beds (ours were pushed together to make a king). One couch that became a twin bed, and a pull-down twin bunk from the ceiling. 4 closets (1 with 4 shelves) - one of the closets contained our life jackets. The suitcases (4 of them) fit easily under the beds - not the couch. There were four drawers in the desk, a small safe, and a cabinet for storage. Two bathrooms - one with a toilet, sink and shower, the other with a bathtub and sink. Over the bathtub and shower were pull-out laundry lines. Plenty of room for 2 adults and 2 teens. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very nice, it was all that was available since we booked last minute. It was the deluxe ocean view room , had an extra bathroom with a sink and shower which was nice for when the hubby and I were both getting ready for dinner. Being on the 1st deck actually had its perks at times too. Being the 1st to get off and back to the room after getting back on by just walking up or down 1 flight of stairs while most waited for the elevator. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was hotter than hellfire. I complained 3x. They brought me a big fax but it only circulated hot air. Finally they came and tested the room and said it was too hot and sent someone to fix it. It helped a little. My sister was in the room next to us and her cabin was ice cold! Read entire member review >>
We only booked an inside cabin but when we booked we were not assigned a room number. I guess because we only booked a month in advance. When our room was assigned it was a deluxe ocean view which was great. I really appreciate that. Read entire member review >>
The room was excellent. Two bathrooms, one with a tub. Makes getting ready a breeze three closets were also nice. Bed was comfortable. Very clean. TV channels were lacking. They repeat daily. Read entire member review >>
The views from our ocean window were absolutely beautiful. My toddler son enjoyed looking at the ocean every single day from our room. Our room was on the Rivera deck and was very easy to board and exit the ship when we arrived in our ports. It was right next to the gangway so we literally were on and off the ship in minutes. Just walking up one deck and we were right in front of our room. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was absolutely the best for the category I paid for. There were 3 do us in the cabin and it was spacious. There were 4 closets and 1 1/2 bathrooms. For us it was great. Read entire member review >>
2234 and 2238 - Deluxe Oceanview staterooms. Plenty of closet space, beautiful views. Due to the forward location of the cabins, we did experience a lot of movement. We didn't mind it and it did not keep us or the kiddos awake - but if you're overly sensitive to movement, this might not be for you. As there was a hurricane at sea, we had high waves, was pretty cool to watch them through the picture window. Read entire member review >>
1342. Ocean view. Two showers was nice. Reasonably quiet until docking. Then, loud slamming doors, mechanical noises. During rough weather, drumming and water noise as waves slapped ship. Some noise from adjacent cabins. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin 2485 and LOVED it. It's and end cabin and HUGE. Two windows and two bathrooms. Yes, two bathrooms! The only downside and coming and going from ports. The room must be right above the thrusters (or some other part of the engine) because we are docking, the room shakes a little and its quite noisy. However, the size of the room (close to twice as big as most rooms) more than makes up for that IMO. It was very nice having the extra space. Read entire member review >>
This stateroom is not for those who get motion sickness as it's close to the
bow of the ship. Lots of storage for clothes and luggage. Two bathrooms one
with a toilet both with showers.
You can hear the shows from the showtime theatre above at night.
Would hear sporadically a mechanical motor type sound, we think it was from the
show theatre above. Otherwise it was fairly quiet. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin had a regular bathroom with a shower and another bathroom with a sink and bathtub. There was plenty of storage space, but no hangers with clips for slacks or skirts. When the ship was moving in and out of port there was considerable noise and vibration, but it was quiet the rest of the time. Read entire member review >>
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