The cabin was a standard balcony in the middle of the ship on the port side. The cabin was clean and well maintained. There was plenty of closet and drawer space. There was a working refrigerator that you can use and a flat screen television. There was a problem with the sink drain, but when the problem was reported, it was fixed. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was showing wear. Nicks in the closet doors, and the drawers did not line up. Balcony was beyond nasty, paint peeling from the ceiling that made it rain paint chips when the wind blew. Major vibration in this cabin, so much so that the TV was jiggling constantly. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine--3 closets provided plenty of room to hang our clothes. Shower was small, but adequate. Balcony was too small for the chairs that were on it--the chairs took up the entire footprint. Good location for the cabin--close to a stairwell, but not noisy. It was a quick hop up the stairs to get to the Lido deck bars and the spa. Read entire member review >>
There were not any changes that we could see to the rooms. They were still clean and we loved it. Our time in there was just for sleeping but it was nice to have a balcony to admire Bermuda. Read entire member review >>
For us,a stern cabin is the only way to go. You are protected from the wind while the ship is underway and the the view is great. Our steward was named Jay and he gave us exceptional service everyday. Each day he would greet us with a smile and address us by our first names. Read entire member review >>
The cabin accommodations were great. Jerrewut and his team kept the room spotless. Once, I got to watch him make a Long Horn steer from the towels. I recommend a balcony room. There were nights when I slept on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
balcony room for the first time as was pretty nice. much larger than interior room. We slept four in there and actually was not bad. I was worried to be honest but ended up being really nice. Read entire member review >>
Nice Balcony cabin, located pretty close to middle of the ship. Close to elevators ,quick access to entire ship. Cabin in good shape, balcony good, too. No issues with odors, noise, or temperature control. Nice cabin! Read entire member review >>
We LOVED our room. We were in stateroom 8250, in the back of the ship. We didn't feel much swaying of the ocean nor much rumbling from the propellers below. We had more than enough room for our belongs. 3 huge closets, room to put our suitcases under the bed, plenty of drawer space and our private balcony was perfect!! Since we were in the back of the ship, the hallway was pretty quiet & our steward, Putu, was awesome! He was a very friendly man who always made sure we were taken care of! Read entire member review >>
Old style safe in room- requires credit card swipe instead of a code. Shower had unbelievably good pressure! TV's are old- no flat screens. Ample closet and storage space. Balcony was standard size. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was#7232,it was a balcony on the 7th floor.No noise above me or below me. It was quiet and peaceful all during the trip. It was connected to another cabin and I only heard people talking a little so it wasn't bothersome.The cabin has lots of storage places and the closets are roomy enough for two people.I love the bathroom shower with the curved shower curtain so you weren't annoyed by the curtain sticking to you.You get a great view from your balcony. There is also a floor to ceiling window by the balcony.You can control the temperature in your room if you like. I loved this room and would request it again when sailing on the Pride. Read entire member review >>
I stayed at the Empress Deck, Cabin 6230. The cabin is spacious with good closet space, great balcony and quiet location away from any clutter or clamor. The View depends on the location. The bath room is a little small. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8111 Starboard Side located 4 doors away from Bridge Access. Cabin was located across from an HVAC closet. HVAC proximity made for a louder air flow. Was great for temperature control as I am a person that likes to be in chilled environment. Read entire member review >>
Mid Ship cabin with a balcony. Plenty of room to sit and read a book or just daydream ! The cabin was insulated very well. We never heard any noise from the hallway or the other cabins. Read entire member review >>
Very spacious. Beds configured as king without need for request. Couch and upper bunk were great, and more than adequate drawer and closet space. Bathroom was good sized and nice amenities, including razor. Balcony was smallish, but fine, and the glass doors just enhanced the spaciousness of the cabin.
The hangars provided were on a rather bizarre plastic device that held multiple hangars -- poorly. That needs to go. The phone and wake up service were fine, and the TV received good reception, though ESPN and a few other options would be appreciated. We never saw our cabin steward, but the cabin was always immaculate. Read entire member review >>
3 closets, not enough hangers. 3 people in room, only 2 chairs on balcony. only one outlet in room. room by stairs.. loved it. not enough tv stations. movies should be free in room. liked being able to view my account and the dinner menu on the tv. internet wireless should be free. Read entire member review >>
Room 7220. Lots of storage, good sized room, quiet with occasional late at night hallway noise from those partying late. No room problems. Great location; close to steps and elevators. Read entire member review >>
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