nice cabin with plenty of drawers, and space. Plenty of hangers, mini bar is locked, so you could not use the refrigerator. Quiet area, no problems with noise, and near elevators. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was comfortable, but there was limited space to store suitcases. The cabin was cleaned each day and prepared each evening for us going to bed. We were very happy with the service we received.
Our one criticism would be that the toilet paper in the en suite could have been of a higher standard. Read entire member review >>
Our first cabin 2104 inside had an annying compressor sound which cycled every 20 minutes or so. The cabin was small but had good closet and storage space. When we complained we were moved to cabin 2022 which was a handicapped cabin and larger in both interior space and larger bathroom but a slightly smaller closet space. The cabin attendants kept the room spotless. Read entire member review >>
Long walk to dining but close to theater and pools. This was actually good as we were forced to walk and get some exercise.
Small interior cabin but very little noise as there's no neighbor on one side. There is a crew access door right next door so sometimes you'd hear the crew coming and going but not often.
High up so you do feel the rocking more than on lower decks, but that does not bother us.
There were cracked tiles and some dirty-looking grout on the lower part of the shower.
When you book a guaranty, you take what you get. Read entire member review >>
great location, near everything, no noise, very small bathroom no above counter storage a little larger than other inside rooms. no children on my cuise might be louder if kids around Read entire member review >>
Room 7050 sits in the center/forward of the ship. Many people feel that being forward or aft has a lot more movement from the ship, but I did not notice that. Most rooms sit in a port/starboard direction, but my room sat forward/aft with the head of my bed in the forward position and the entrance door located on the long side wall rather than the short wall. I can see where this would cut down on space and I had no couch, but the feel of the room was bigger than traditional rooms. I think I also was fortunate that I had no side neighbors to disturb or to disturb me. I have read several other reviews where people had loud neighbors and "paper thin" walls. If you are a solo cruiser or a party of two, I recommend this room arrangement. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin 2084, an interior cabin on the second level. This was a fairly quiet room and very comfortable. I was impressed with all the storage space in ths room. The shower had good pressure and everything worked well. The hair dryer seemed somewhat antiquated, but that might be part of the major rennovation of the ship this winter. The bed was comfortable, but nothing special (it was two twins pushed together to make a queen). Read entire member review >>
Plenty of clothes storage and room for luggage.
No alarm clock.
Bathroom storage space was mainly under the sink which is not convenient storage for items used daily.
Very quiet. I never heard our neighbors and rarely anyone going down the hall. Read entire member review >>
Very quiet at night and it is also dark during the day which makes it easy to take a nap. Make sure you bring a travel clock since there is no clock in the room(except on the tv screen), bring a flashlight since the main room light is extremely bright, and bring ear plugs if you are a very light sleeper. Read entire member review >>
Infinity stateroom #2009. We mostly book inside rooms, but this one was very small. It's dangerous to open one of the closets when someone is coming out of the bathroom! We had the room steward remove the glass coffee table for more room and it looked like others did also. Read entire member review >>
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