A hint is to get some magnetic hooks from Amazon for a few bucks. We had six of them and they gave us plenty of wall hooks. I (male) took all showers in the spa, where the showers were larger than full size. My wife took here showers in the room. Plenty of space (and storage space) for two people. We were on a short corridor, so we never heard any outside noise. A great bargain! Read entire member review >>
We probably deserve a refund of some sort since we had to move out of this room and be relocated to the sixth floor because of some sort of mechanical problem either above us or below us. I think it had something to with the plumbing but who knows. We were moved to 6296 and had no problems there. Read entire member review >>
CLOUD SPA ROOM #12019 3 LARGE CLOSETS, BATHROOM, WITH SHOWER ONLY, QUIET HALLWAYS, NEXT TO CLOUD SPA, ALMOST PRIVATE BALCONY, WITH CHAIRS AND TABLE,GREAT VIEWS. SOFA CONVERTS TO BED AND UPPER BERTH/BUNK FOR 4TH PERSON. ROOM IS SMALL, BUT CAN STORE 3 LARGE LUGGAGE UNDER BED. EXTRA'S ITEMS IN ROOM CAN BE PLACED UNDER BED ALSO. SAME FLOOR AS WATER PARK AND 1 FLOOR BELOW SERENITY (ADULT ONLY AREA OF SHIP) Read entire member review >>
Cabin service was great but we feel the actual cabin was the most plain and sterile decor we have ever had on a cruise ship. It was more on the order of Motel 6. We loved the location of cabin 11211 as we were just around the corner from the spiral staircase and elevator to Cloud 9 and a short walk out to the pool area. Read entire member review >>
11207, 11208, 12207, 12208 - unless you are handicapped traveling single - AVOID THESE ROOMS. The deck plan leads you to believe that these are the same as the side interior Spa cabins ... NOT. Tiny, no closet space - not enough for one person for 6+ nights ... cannot have a reading light on both sides of a double bed set up ... only room for one side. These are often the last Spa Cabins available - think twice! We love this ship, but not room 11207! No way! We have stayed in a Spa cabin on the side ... plenty of room. But these are in the front and are square instead on the normal deep rectangular design ... they should come with a serious disclaimer. No doubt they would be fine, but cramped as a single handicap room ... but they are a terrible substitute for a normal interior double. Read entire member review >>
Panorama deck, inside spa cabin #11224. Room was same size as spa balcony on Splendor, but due to the configuration, just seemed way smaller. Bathroom exactly the same. More than enough storage space in bathroom for toiletries, which I have A LOT of!!!Lots and lots of storage in room and under bed. More than enough lighting. Beds & pillows were comfy. We are spoiled by having two previous balcony room, and will probably book a balcony next time. We have a 14 y.o., 6 foot son, and it was pretty crowded. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 11241. This is an interior cabin on the cloud 9 spa deck. The reason you would not wish to purchase this cabin is it is right beside the stairs where the room service walks up and down and you can hear them walking all night long. Read entire member review >>
4S room 11232 Interior Spa
Room space is all we need because all we do is sleep in there. Location in the ship is great. Easy to get to Lido and really not far from anything. Disappointed in the Cloud 9 Spa! Read entire member review >>
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