It was very good and better than expected. It is small but there was plenty of hot water and two places to sit besides the bed. Although, we did not do much sitting in the room. There was so much to do outside. Read entire member review >>
This is the first cabin on the left when you walk past the Naturalist desk. We got it to help with getting internet service since it is right next to the public area. However, the internet was very, very slow . . . even by ship standards. The A/C could not keep the room real cool during the day, but it cooled just fine at night. It is small, but to be expected. The room steward was amazing. The room was quiet, well kept and served us very well. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of room. Good sized shower with glass door, not plastic curtain.
Ready stocked fridge, refilled daily. Great room steward (who even cleaned my hairbrush, never had that done before!) Quiet. Plenty of towels. Comfortable bed and pillows. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was medium size, but to be honest we were only sleeping here. There were lots of different plug points which for us was great as we had lots of chargers for cameras etc. Kept clean and tidy by the housekeeping staff Read entire member review >>
We were surprised how easily we settled into this small room since we were used to verandah cabins on Celebrity's largest ships. The bed was comfortable, we found plenty of space for our extraneous stuff and the two closets made it easy for my husband and I to store all clothing. We did not spend much time in the room as we were so busy, but the showers were very good and every outlet worked. We were glad we didn't pay more for a room on a higher deck since our room was totally adequate, quiet and comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Small cabin. Bed required one of the the two occupants to exit at end of bed, since one side rested against wall. Small bathroom. However, this said, the cabin was adequate for two with sufficient storage space. The rotten-eggs odor has been noted already. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was bigger than I expected, and had lots of closet space, and individual temperature control. Bring your own alarm clock. There was a bar frig with water and soft drinks for you to enjoy, that was included. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 314 was a typical outside cabin. The cabins on the Xpedition are smaller than the typical cruise ship cabins, but they are fine. 314 was on the same level as the dining room which was nice. Small bathroom with glass in shower stall. Two closets with adequate shelves for folded items. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 305, set up comfortably, plenty of storage. Had a large window with large shelving in front for storage. Two closets with plenty of shelves and hanging room. Large shower, great airconditiong system. We took a small 4" fan to help dry clothes, in main part of room. Do not try to dry clothes in bathroom. Had all benefits as on other cruise ships for room. The bathroom was actually larger than most ships, we have been on. Mummy shaped twin beds, but comfortable. Take strip plug cord for charging cameras, etc. Alarm clock that holds I Pod for listening to your music. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very quiet. The shower was great and had more room than normal cabins plus had a glass door instead of the plastic ones. Closet space was okay but you pack light for this cruise. Beds were comfortable but small and could not be pushed together. Over all a very good Outside cabin. Read entire member review >>
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