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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (183 sq. ft.)

Oceanview Stateroom (H)
Decks: Deck 3 | Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 9
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Cabin 3256
This is your basic standard cruise room cabin. It was clean and everything worked. The location is great if you like the activities and shows in the main theater. The noise from the theater is not heard from the room. The hallway is short so foot traffic is light. You have no noise from the stairs or elevators. The 4th deck is easily accessible for an outside stroll to the main dining room. You can bypass the main promenade. The 4th deck is also great for outside walking or site seeing. There is a walk way that goes completely around the ship on the outside. It allows access to the helipad on the very front of the ship.
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Cabin 3646
Good location. Clean and well-kept. Not much storage, but very livable for the week.
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Cabin 2252
Good for the Cost LemonNeko
I really liked the cabin and would choose an Oceanview again. The window was fairly large which was the opposite of the tiny shower in the bathroom. It was very quiet and very little motion.
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Cabin 2063
Not What I Expected jthomas0922
The room is small but plenty of rum to unpack. The bed is comfortable. The bathroom is very small and hard to maneuver. With oceanview window is bigger then what I thought and was nice to hear waves at night hitting ship. Or bathroom would flood when we took a shower. This never got fixed.
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Cabin 8306
The housekeeper kept our room clean and supplied with towels.
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Cabin 2662
Cabin was small for the 4 of us , but this was expected. I only can afford what I can afford.
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Cabin 3280
The cabin was great, we love the view. We always travel in desk 3, that way we have a view. The balcony is for those how want to stay in the cabin. We do not have time for that. :)
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Cabin 3552
Family Oriented bluazure
The cabin configuration is the best that I have experienced in comparison to another cruise line. There is a curtain that can be used to separate the sleeping area and the main part of the cabin. Storage is tight but every available space is utilized. The shower was always with hot water with a reasonable spray. There were adequate plugs at the vanity area and in the bath (up towards the ceiling). The cabin was clean and in good condition. The beds were comfortable and had the egg-like crate covering to make it cushioned. Our steward was polite and did the necessary maintenance of the cabin.
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Cabin 3320
WOW! What a cruise. TeamAnnapolis
We had 2 adjoining room on Deck 3 mid-ship. Perfect. The adjoining room gave us our own space but made it easy to talk to our sons, gave us the use of 2 bathrooms and really make the space seem large. Beds were comfortable. Ours had an egg-shell foam topper which is a little soft for me but my wife and kids slept great. Our steward, Livingston from Jamaica, was the best we've encountered. He really pampered us, always had time for a brief conversation and was about the most pleasant person I've met.
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Cabin A2612
Fun Cruise! Computer Lady
We had an ocean view cabin. It was small! Our soft-sided suitcases could not fit under the bed. So, they were just standing in the cabin taking up even more valuable space. The window was over the bed, not to the side. We could not look down through the window. Our cabin stewart was excellent!
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Cabin 2314

I liked the layout and Walter, our room chief, was very nice and always tried to make the time for cleaning at what time was most convenient for us. We had cute little animals made out of towels and we were made to feel special.

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Cabin 3628

My wife really liked the cabin because the window (portal) was quite big. The room was mostly comfortable but typically small, especially the bathroom. I realize there is just so much space on any ship and each cruise line needs to optimize the space available and that's fine. Just a bit tight.

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Cabin 2614
Everything you need in one room. Great with a port hole.
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Cabin 2560
Family Cruise AnnaBeth
Quiet hallway, great stateroom attendant (Victor P). Manageable size for family of 4 with 2 small kids. Ample storage in drawers and closet; suitcases fit under the bed. Biggest annoyance was the glass coffee table, there really isn't room for it, we pushed it up under the desk area to get it out of the way. Deck 2 forward; at the start of the week we initially went down the aft elevator and an RCI employee said that the conference room blocked the hallway so that we had to go up to deck 4 and walk forward to get to our room. We did this most of the week; on day 6 we actually walked around the floor and discovered that you did NOT have to do this, you could walk all the way around on deck 2!!! Overall a very nice room and I would book on this deck again!
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We liked the ocean view rooms - they seem to have enough space - since the beds are under the port night or days at sea you can lay in bed and just watch the ocean. The one time we did the balcony room - we didn't feel like we used the balcony - why pay extra for something you barely used.
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Cabin 3334
Our cabin was fine. The location was perfect. The beds were wonderful. Linens were good. The porthole was large so the view was good.
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Larger than average, awkward closet (shelves were too far in to be able to reach comfortably), not enough drawers. No lotion in bathroom. Balcony was the average size. Very clean.
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Cabin 2292
2292 was a bit small but so quiet. We never heard anything ever at night. Even when the ice shows were going on it was dead quiet in our cabin. I was uncomfortable however hearing the waves crashing on the side of the ship. Might need to be up a little higher next time!
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Cabin 3606
Stateroom 3606 - Outside This cabin is a connecting cabin with a good sized porthole and single chair (as opposed to a loveseat or sofa). The closet is smaller than some we have had. There is only one row of shelves in the closet, then seven drawers in the dresser, plus small cabinets beside the mirror at the desk, and also one cupboard beside the mirror in the bathroom. There are small bedside tables with a drawer and shelf. Although the cabin is close to the activity in Studio B, it was extremely quiet. It is an adjoining cabin and we did not hear one single PEEP from our neighbours! We actually thought that the cabin next to ours must have been empty because it was so quiet. Either they were very quiet people, or the soundproofing is very good. (Note that we have never had any issues with cabin noise on Royal Caribbean.) The only thing I noticed about this location was cigarette smoke smell in the hall. Either this was wafting in from On Air or Boleros upstairs, or one of the folks in a cabin was smoking. We did NOT smell this in our cabin.
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Cabin 3338
Cabin's storage was less than on Princess'. Beds very comfy. Pillows flat and hard. Bathrooms very small, but showers nice with rounded door.
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