Wheelchair accessible 170 square-foot stateroom with a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini bar and a fully-loaded entertainment center along with Constellation's many added amenities.
The cabin initially looks very small, but it really used the space well. We had two beds that were tucked into the ceiling that came down for the kids, and the two beds (pushed together) we slept on. The mini sofa also converted into a bed, which our son ended up using because he's not as adept at climbing the stairs to the upper berth. The bathroom had shelves for us to put our toiletries in. The towels had loops so we could easily hang them on the door to dry. The window seat was our kids' favorite spot to sit at to watch the world go by. Read entire member review >>
nice room - Roomy (for a cruise ship) cabin with plenty of storage space and closet. Bathroom standard but unlike the bubble showers on Royal, this shower was large enough to actually move around and wash areas not so easy to get to in the bubble shower stalls. Love that this line provides individual soaps and shampoos and lotions. Nice touch. Always had clean towels and a tidy room with a full ice bucket. Read entire member review >>
Right near the forward elevators on the hall toward the centrum. No noise to speak of except for the usual loud person that forgets to use their indoor voice at 3:00 AM, but there was only 1 and I was in the bathroom, so close to the hall. Read entire member review >>
We had 2110...it was very cool to see the water right outside the window...very peaceful and relaxing....the room was spacious with a small sofa and coffee table also and the bathroom was quite spacious...I could find no fault with the room Read entire member review >>