This spacious 170-square-foot stateroom provides a generous view of the ocean. You'll appreciate contemporary artwork, a mini-bar and a fully loaded entertainment center along with Millennium's many added amenities.
Handicap oceanview, large room, with shower that had a seat in it, which was perfect. Long way for handicap person to walk as it was way in front of ship and food in back of ship, theater was below our room, which did not make noice. Read entire member review >>
This stateroom was comfortable and spacious, with a large sofa and a lounge chair. The design with closet and bathroom doors opening onto each other was a little awkward but typical of the older ships we have been on. Read entire member review >>
There is plenty of room for you and your belongings. You really don't spend much time in your room so the 170-square -foot room is perfect. We had before dinner drinks, (8 people) in one of the four rooms (there were 4 couples and we each took turn hosting the before dinner get together) and there was adequate room. Our room was ajoining to our friends cabin next door which was an added bonus. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was adequately laid out. Our room had a single sofa bed/couch and a small desk area. The large round windows on this ship were actually a bonus for me as there was a very large storage space the length of the window and about 1 ft wide that I kept all of my electronics on which I used daily. Without this space the room would have been a mess. Computers, cameras, charger, cables, backpack. I especially liked the built in night light in the bathroom. I had not been on a ship before that had this, and it comes in very handy if you walk around in the dark. Our cabin was on the lowest deck, mid ship. 4 rooms from the elevator. Our deck was also the deck most used for tendering and port visits, so I just had to walk 4 doors down, turn the corner and be off the ship. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9026, good size but needs a clean from top to bottom just to remove the old splashes and grubby marks which seem to get missed if their more than head height, the sheets and covers thou' changed regularly generally had yellow stains on them and were well worn, the tiles in the shower were starting to lift too. the wardrobes need a bit of attention as well Read entire member review >>
It had a smaller window, but it had a "well" in front of it that allowed one person to sit in the well and have a bird's eye view of the passing scenery. My wife, who wanted to book a balcony cabin, instead wound up very pleased to have booked the cheapest category of outside cabin. Read entire member review >>
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