Great cabin space with lots of storage. Balcony was small but did have two chairs, small table and one lounger. Bed was comfortable. Separate his and hers closets, one near bed and one in walk in area near make up table. Room steward did a great job of keeping everything neat and tidy. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was splurge for us. We enjoyed it so much! The size of the rooms was nice. The extra storage and closets were a plus. The double sinks, vanity area, and shower door were all pluses. The bed slept great as usual. Our in cabin temperature was just right, not too hot or cold. We were spoiled on this cruise! Read entire member review >>
Ocean Suite #7365. Loved our Room! It was VERY HUGE!! We loved our big, big balcony! The bathroom was also HUGE!! We had plenty, plenty of space!! Lots of storage also! The location was GREAT also from getting to all the places on the ship. Loved that the vanity area was separate from the room!! Loved the 2 sinks in the bathroom!! Loved the Jetted Huge Tub/Shower!! This room as Amazing!! I'd book it again in a heart beat! Well worth the money!! Read entire member review >>
This was our third suite and it was as nice as all the rest. There was more storage than you'd ever need and the room was very spacious. The bed was extreemly comfotable. The other members of our group had balcony rooms that were also very nice. We were all located on deck 7 very far forward and it did provide for more movement than in the middle of the ship where we have been in the past. Just something to keep in mind.
Joe, our room stuart, keep the room spotless and took every opportunity to stop in and organize out cabin. Like in the past he was outstanding! Read entire member review >>
We had room 7153, my brother and SIL had room 7365 (both starboard, midship). Note: None of the balcony suites directly overlook the water, as with the other 2 ships. When standing and looking down, you see the wrap around deck 2 decks below. When sitting on the balcony, you only see the ocean. Our room was perfect in every way, my brother and SIL had a hot tub on Deck 5 below their balcony. This was not a problem until one afternoon when several children were in the hot tub squealing, laughing and talking loudly. My SIL could hear them in their cabin when they went to the room to nap before dinner. Read entire member review >>
Our room was nice it had plenty of room for three of us. The difference between the standard balcony rooms and this one is pretty simple it's about twice the size. The room was good size and the balcony had plenty of room for all three of us to hang out on when we were coming into port or after a day at port. The bed configuration was set up with two twins and a sofa bed, it worked perfectly. This suite has a vanity area and it was enjoyed by my daughter, as this area was hers. She used the closet that as in that area and had room to put all her girl stuff for getting ready to go to dinner or just out for the evening. The bathroom was also very nice, as it has a real shower wirlpool tub combo and two sinks. We never felt clostrifobic at any time in the room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7276. Location: good, right at the forward elevators. Location: bad, a LONG, LONG walk to the aft dining room. If there is a next time on Magic, I'd try to get the same cabin amidships.
Size: excellent, with lots of room for storage and for lounging with friends.
Stewards: REALLY Superior
Safe: easy to use combination.
Balcony: Super, very good visability, very private.
Design: very very good, with a vanity room for DW, seperate sinks, wonderful big shower and whirlpool bath. Read entire member review >>
more expensive than oasis. I got a ocean suite which I usually get on similar ships...it was TINY! Not well laid out at all, the vanity area seperate from the bathroom was nice, but made the rest of the living space minisucle. Also the balcony was like a small pebble you couldn't even turn the lounge horizontal facing the ocean because the balcony was only like 35 ft, whereas the suite comparable on royal caribbean the balcony was over 100 ft! It was huge had two lounger both facing the ocean with room to spare a table that could seat four and still room to walk around. Carnival had 1 lounge vertical with no room a miniscule table that could barely seat two. Also the door and window to the balcony were confining there was a regular glass door(not sliding) and large square windows(not floor to ceiling) On royal carribean the entire balcony wall is glass floor to ceiling and there is a sliding glass door. Also, every night around 2-3 am there was loud clanging, grinding sound, first night I thought there was some mechanical problems...don't know what it was, but very annoying...I was on the 7th floor. Read entire member review >>
Suites had great closet space, lovely vanity rooms and jacuzzi tubs! Spacious balcony with two chairs and a lounge. Comfy beds and plush linens. Too few electrical outlets and erratic power. For some reason staff chose to vacuum the halls late in the afternoons when we might have napped, and there was usually a cart stacked with glasses, etc. in the small halls. Read entire member review >>
Excellent location - no noise above or below. Wonderful forward outside deck to watch experience arrivals and departures - you almost have it to yourself. Highly recommended cabin. Read entire member review >>
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