Small but expected. Older style TV which one would think they would at least have a nicer flat screen TV by now. Shower water was hit or miss if it would get hot. Sometimes it would just get barely warm. "KING" sized bed is just two twin beds pushed together so if you move around a lot the beds start sliding apart. Read entire member review >>
Walked in the room and cabin had a nice smell to eat and it was clean. Beds were very comfortable. Steward (Arnold) was very nice. Surprising how fast he learned everybodys name. The whole cleaning crew was nice and curtious. The only snobs I saw were the crew members dressed in all white and the security guys. I spoke to them but for some reason they wouldnt speak back. I said hello. I think all countries are familir with that word. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1402 Riveria deck. Inside cabin has one twin bed and a bunk bed, there is a small sofa and coffee table in the room. Has more floor space this way. One closet is by itself with the safe in it and life preservers then two regular closets. The vannity table/bar area is combined so it is longer. Has older TV no flat screen. Quiet location with one side not sharing a wall with another room. When you come around the corner from the aft elevator it is the first stateroom. Read entire member review >>
I found are cabin to have plenty of closet and cabinet space but the bed was placed against a wall which resulted in the person sleeping on the right side of the bed to have a hard time getting in and out of bed Read entire member review >>
We get the cheapest cabins since we only sleep, shower and change in them. You could hear the engines from our location, but I can sleep thru anything, so that didn't matter. The shower wasn't bad sized. The safe is in an awkward place as is the closets...making them difficult to get to. I liked all the clothes hanging pegs however. Read entire member review >>
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