Stay in the ocean-view stateroom and feast your eyes on the calming ocean waters every day. Complementing this view is 175 spacious square feet of amenities that include a mini-bar and sitting area.
Some rooms are accessible.
No outside noise. It was in between the Forward and Midship elevators--perfect to reach the main show room--but a bit of a walk and two elevator rides to reach our MDR seating (the kitchen prevents being able just to walk the length of Deck 5 to get to the MDR.) Shower was a roll-in with great water pressure and plenty of hot water. With a little practice in handling the shower wand, we were able not to soak the entire bathroom floor. Complimentary shampoo/conditioner/lotion was refilled daily (citrus scented.) The soap was a bar, not that liquid stuff. Plenty of hanging closet space but only four small drawers (another four in the night stands.) The safe was behind the mirror. There was plenty of room for Mom to maneuver her rollator in the room. We were able to keep the room cool enough for our comfort. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom -- Deck 5 -- Plaza, Ocean View Accessible 5061
The stateroom was perfect with plenty of storage space -- cupboards and drawers .More than ample room to cater for my power chair and walker. There were only two power points -- one American 110v and one European 220v, and this caused a bit of an issue for us as our American converter plus was a double adaptor which meant we could not use our European adaptor at the same time. We worked around this though. Our cabin attendants were Martino and Alvin. The area was generally very quiet and the only disturbance we had was silly girls at 3am on New Years Eve/New Years day. We were handy to two sets of lifts which proved very useful esspecially as most of the port access was from the Grand Plaza on our level. Read entire member review >>
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