Noise issue every 20 minutes. The bang was loud enough to vibrate the walls and bed. At first, we thought it was a neighbor but upon investigation it was caused from the crew deck (I suspect a hall door used constantly) below us. Room temperature was always cool enough.
Moved to Cabin 2367. This room has no room above it. No footsteps, no closets or drawer slamming shut by neighbors. It is surrounded by utility rooms which were rarely used by the crew. If you don't mind bunk beds, this is the room to book. Slept like babies due to the quiet despite being near elevators. The room temperature was always a tad warm for us despite having it cranked all the way down in January.
Moved to Cabin 9342. Balcony below the Lido Buffet. Children running overhead. Scraping noises from balcony chairs and dining chairs were an issue allllllllll night long. Guests allowing the balcony doors to slam shut were annoying. Lots of counter top space above drawers. Plenty of places to stash things. Temperature cool enough to our liking. The day we occupied this room in Cozumel, we faced the ocean and not the port. Read entire member review >>
Our room was average. I thought it was a little smaller than the interior room on my last cruise. But it was clean and well kept. Just make sure to bring some type of an extension cord with you. Read entire member review >>
This small, out-of-the-way cabin was great. Less foot traffic in the hallway outside your door. Only a few steps from the less-used rear stairwell up to the Lido deck for breakfast and the rear deck for sun (and the smoking area) Read entire member review >>