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Interior with Picture Window (obstructed views) (4J)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 9 | Deck 10
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Interior with Picture Window (obstructed views) Cabin Reviews
Cabin 6201
Dec 2016
Great inexpensive get away. By: mona_canada
We were the first guests in this newly renovated room. There was plenty of room for 2 people & lots of storage. There are 2 plugs as well as 2 USB charging ports. There was some chain noise when we docked. It didn't bother us as we were after all on a ship. The door does allow light in from the hallway.
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Cabin 7205
Sep 2016
Comfy, big restroom, under the bridge, quiet, with a hidden deck right out the door. All the comforts the two of us needed and are used to.
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Cabin 10-02
May 2016
Excellent cabin. Very; spacious and clean. Great view. Easily accessible to other areas of the ship.
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Cabin 1001
Jul 2014
Great room! LOTS of space since it is a handicap-equipped room. Although none of us were handicapped, we somehow ended up with the room. Not even mad! Had access to an observation deck in front that it seems very few people knew about. Had a picture window that was half walkway outside and half ocean which was great considering it's technically an interior room. Would absolutely recommend this room!
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Cabin 1001
May 2011
Great, quiet location. A short walk to the pool without having to get in an elevator. It's an interior room, but has a picture window and larger room for accessibility. So we feel like it was a steal! And there is access to a semi-private deck on 10 and 9 on the bow of the ship, that few people find. So it was like we had those decks to ourselves above the bridge. It would have been near impossible to see into our room from those decks, too, because the glass on our window was reflective. Room steward was great. There is no fridge, but he kept our cooler full of ice. And there is a bit more room in the bathroom, which is nice. This room's couch can convert into a single bed, and there is another bunk that can come out of the ceiling above that if needed, but we were only two, so we didn't see it. We were right below the gym, but never heard a sound from up there. There is only ONE tiny complaint about this room. There were some strange squeaky sounds every minute or so, and we never figured out what it was. It sounded like a cross between a horn and a saxophone outside our window, but when we went out there, we never heard what it was. We got used to it, and never woke up, but the first night I needed earplugs (which we brought luckily just in case).
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Cabin 8416
May 2011
Our cabin was very noisy in the morning when the ship would come into port...lots of vibrating and rocking!
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Cabin 6203
Apr 2010
Terrible! Right over the line winch - woke me up every time we docked (typically at 4-5am). Everything was comfortable clean and roomy but the location sucked! It was also not a good location when it got rough (2 nights out of 7) because you feel every wave and lurch of the ship.
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Cabin 1001
Feb 2010
Our 4J Cabin was great and extra large because it was handicap accessible. It was in the very front of the ship on the 10th floor. It didnt bother us much, but if the movement bothers you, being up this high and up in front is not for you then. This room is booked at an interior price, but you have the benefit of a picture window, plus access to those front deck areas that not many people frequent. I would definitely do this room again.
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