In these stylish 170-square-feet of living space, you'll have a lovely sitting area, amenities galore and a generous view of the ocean thanks to the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Step out onto the veranda to see the view up close and personal.
Very small balcony but cabin had adequate storage space. Although reported 3 times our television did not work. Safe was tiny and if more than half full the door would not close - so much for advice to keep important and valuable items secure. The grouting in the bathroom needed refreshing. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is good, spacious enough with room to store your suitcases under the bed and with enough storage for my husband and I.
The shower has a shower curtain, unlike a screen on the Solstice, but luckily the shower curtain didn't stick to you!
We were on Level 7 (Sunset) and we were happy with that choice. Read entire member review >>
This is the first time we didn't travel concierge or aqua class due to the fact we were only on a "guarantee". The ship was sold out so we took what we could get. The room was way too small for us and difficult to maneuver around. The couch was a love seat and barely fit. I will not travel for 12 days again in such a small room. It felt as if we were squeezed in. Read entire member review >>
A veranda cabin is about 25 square feet smaller than an Aqua or Concierge cabin, and we have gotten spoiled by the larger cabins. It was nice, well furnished, with a really compfy bed, but pretty small. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was what we expected. The cleanliness was average. The cabin stewards were friendly and always ready to help. Drawer space limited and hubby and I couldn't pass each other in front of the foot of the bed... Very tight.
Shower could use a door like the Solsice class but otherwise fine. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is small but fit our family of 4. since the children are getting bigger and requiring more stuff, it is the last time that we can get away with all of us in one cabin. Read entire member review >>
Very noisy room right next to an elevator, not a good choice. People yell and call out to one another starting from 7 in the morning and everything you do in the room can be overheard by people standing waiting for the elevator. Read entire member review >>
The room was smaller than most but nice otherwise. Bathrooms need something, they harbor a smell and there is mildew/mold in the tub. I think they need to re-grout the showers and institute a better cleaning program daily to keep this under control. Read entire member review >>
Cabin Number 711. Small but well-decorated, wonderful design to maximize storage space and spotlessly clean. Loved having the verandah. Great location in centre of ship - close to elevators and staircase but very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin #7111: forward of glass elevators; two decks above life boats so lights from boats didn't shine into room too much. Was pleased with the cabin; was quiet; never pick a cabin across from service space (blank space on deck plan. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7146 is a standard mid-ship balcony cabin which has the benefit of being mid-ship. We were three cabins from the elevator, which was not a problem. Our balcony is recessed some, so we can't see the front of the ship that well, but most of the cabins mid-ship are like this. There is something that sticks out and workmen were out there below our balcony working on a boat quite a lot. It is not a bad cabin, but I would pick one more aft. Read entire member review >>
not having anything to compare it to we were very pleased with the cabin. I am a large person (over 6ft. in height) and found the cabin quite pleasant. There was a small table between the couch and the desk that was really not needed but it was not a big concern. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7126 is a very convenient location near center ship. Location is good because of walking distance to either end and because there are no cabins across the hall. It is far enough from the elevators that we got very little noise. Level 7 is between two cabins-only floors, so you don't have music or deck chair rearrangements to disturb you. Would prefer lounge chair on balcony rather than two straight chairs. Plenty of room for everything. I always take a bunch of suction hooks to hang items like hats, bathing suits, my make-up mirror, etc.; they come in really handy. I miss the little center drawer in the desk because that's where I put my make-up on ships that have them. In this case, the cabin steward brought me an extra tray like the ones they put water on and it worked perfectly. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6168 was a bit tight, the layout poorly situated. Closet with drawers directly in front of bathroom door. Television choices were very minimal. Cabin steward was extremely helpful and courteous. Read entire member review >>
7131 is well positioned (mid ship) 2A balcony cabin. Balcony and cabin are normal size. The balcony overlooks the life boats but they are not in your view unless you look directly down. The cabin is close to the mid ship elevators and you can easily take the stairs to the main areas of the ship--deck 10 or decks 4 and 5. Read entire member review >>
7173 is an oversized balcony room, and while the large veranda was very nice, the room itself was noticeably smaller than our Concierge Class normal-sized veranda on the Summit. We really missed the small shelves near the desk, which we were told are unique to Concierge Class. On the other hand, there is now a storage area over the flat screen television that we did not have on Summit. Be aware that the view directly down the side of the ship is impeded by an awning over the extended balconies on Deck 6, although the awning ends at 7171 next door. Also be aware that the front part of the balcony can be seen from some balconies above, and through some of the floor portholes in the Deck 10 restaurant. Read entire member review >>
Stabdard Balcony cabin, the location near the aft elevator is great with the exception that there is no privacy from the elevator area when going in or out of the cabin. I would not book this again because of this, either side would be fine. Read entire member review >>
Cabin originally designated 2B but prior to Cruise was changed to 2A! We had a smaller balcony than most and looked down on awnings over lower cabins. Seemed rather cramped in the cabin and we were disappointed there was no bath just a shower cubicle. Convenient for the Seaside grill jjust 2 decks up when we needed extra ice! Read entire member review >>
unlike the many of same cabins in the aft, there is no vibration (wonderful). lots of nooks and crannies, but you can't open the door to the closet and the bathroom door at the same time. Don't even think about 4 people in these balcony cabins. Read entire member review >>
170 sq ft cabin more than adequate but drawer space is marginal until you find the drawer behind the door to the minibar. Restricted smoking made balcony use much more enjoyable. Read entire member review >>
Great location (directly over gangplank) - watched everyone late run for the ship! Could see and hear all outside activities from our balcony - like the camels marching to The Star Spangled Banner! No hair conditioner. Nice raised basin sink. Lots of closets and hangers. Trouble getting ice bucket filled. Read entire member review >>