The cabin was very small and tired in comparison to other ships we have been on. The bathrooms are very small. The position of the cabin was very good, being midships, and whilst the balcony was tiny, I do like the high railings and covered verandah. We had an issue with the air-conditioning not working, but it was quickly fixed. For those who care, the head of the bed was facing forward. Read entire member review >>
A607 Aloha Deck. Balcony Aft. room was large enough for us. Wardrobe had plenty of hangers. Bathroom utilities all worked well and kept clean. Stewards kept room very clean. Because of cold temperatures along Western Australian did not use the balcony. And then it was too hot in Indonesia. Read entire member review >>
Clean, everything you need, plenty of storage, bed comfortable, adjustable heating, fridge,tv,only thing I would have liked was to be able to make a cup of tea,but am assuming due to work place safety reasons there are no kettles in the cabins Read entire member review >>
Adequate size, but no facilities for making your own coffee/tea. Good location and not noisy despite its proximity to the main deck entertainment area. We were NOT next to the restrooms as shown in the deck plan, it was now a storeroom.
The pillows were lumpy and old! But the bed was very hard and comfortable. Room service was good and provide free hot water for your own tea bags. Read entire member review >>
My husband would loved to have had more space but had we packed less we would have been fine...but with a little creativity we managed just fine with room to spare. Loved the location near the bridge where we were able to converse with the Captain and crew. The Horizon Court is above you so you do have that noise during the night but they did hold to a minimum. Read entire member review >>
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