Family Oceanview Stateroom (FO): Independence of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Family Oceanview Stateroom Cabins

14 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sofa and/or Pullman beds, sitting area and private bathroom. (293 sq. ft.)

Family Oceanview Stateroom (FO)
Decks: Deck 2 | Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 8 | Deck 9
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Cabin 2306
Very good, comfortable bed, very clean. Large enough and good storage facilities. Our room attendant Ayi Kholik was superb. Twice daily service always early and never intrusive. Could not fault the room in any way.
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Floating Benidorm Devilgirl
Clean, bed very comfortable and stateroom attendant could not do more for you.
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Cabin 2666
Dreadful Tinykeith
Nice cabins, shame about the awful TV
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Cabin 8200
3 Big portholes overlooking the bow of the boat. Two bunk beds, sofa pulls out, plus the standard 2 twins/1 king bed. We also got a roll away bed for the bunk bed room too!
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Cabin 6500
Excellent space for the price. Very large cabin with sleeper couch and separate bunk bed.
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Cabin 9500

The room was large and very nice. Comfortable beds.

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Cabin 9200
We are swaying jheath05

9200 -There is no were to dry clothes as no balcony only downside . lots of storage for 6 people,

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Cabin 6015?
Lovely spacious cabin for families. Kids area separated by curtain, could only have been better if it had been slightly bigger so we could have put cot in there too. This was probably the best thing about our cruise.
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Cabin 8200
Super room - felt the motion here, but more than made up for by the acres of space in the room
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Cabin 9516
Cabin 9516 Oceanview F This is situated underneath the bridge. Quiet. You have to close curtains at night in order that light does not spill into the bridge and distract the crew. As it is an F grade it is a large cabin. Very large porthole window and being so high up you get good views.
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