Nice size cabin comfortable large bed . plenty of fluffy white towels. Had a problem with the shower on the first day but they came and replaced the shower head almost immediately. Read entire member review >>
Overall a nice cabin, however, the wardrobe smelt a bit mould after a few days and we had to take our best clothes out and hang them in the room or the shower. Take some room spray or potpourri to put in and hang up. The noise from the gangway being prepared is very noisy indeed and woke us up on most days around 06.30 to 07.30 with bang bang bang so if your a light sleeper choose a more in the 2500 range midships room. Put your cases under the bed, loads of room and ask the cabin attendant to change the sheets on the bed as our sheets didn't get changed anywhere near enough. No towel shapes either, like monkeys etc. Everyone got them but we had one small dog done on one day. On the whole not a bad room but wouldn't choose it again. Read entire member review >>
Small but cozy and not noisy. In the middle of the ship. You will need to go to the promenade deck to get across the ship. This was very inconvenient at times but you are close to the dining room and the ice rink. that was a plus for dinner and the ice show. The cabin attendant was fabulous. We had a very nice view out the window and there was not any movement or sway. The TV did not swing all the way around but overall very nice cabin for two. Read entire member review >>
This cabin looks out onto the Helipad it moves up and down noticably as you would expect and we did notice this a few times. The view is great similar to channel 19 on the TV. Overall not a bad room but we would not choose it again, mid ship as everyone says is best. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin on deck 2, Very quiet , spacious with a great view close to the sea. We experienced no noise and also when the seas are rough we felt it was much better in our cabin where we we middle of the ship and lower deck Read entire member review >>
We had two cabins. 9502 was a lovely large cabin with a window looking out the front. 9501 was a smaller inside cabin, I wasn't too keen as it was pitch black without any lights so you never knew if it was morning or not. However it was clean, plenty of room for two and loads of space for clothes. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was ok. Again to small for family of four with infant. I didn't like deck two either. It was loud when docking. And you always had to go up two decks to cross over because you can't walk through deck 2 and 3. That was a pain. Read entire member review >>
Compact, but well designed. Everything we needed was available: there was enough room to hang our clothes and to stow our luggage. The bed was spacious and very comfortable and the air-conditioning responsive. There was some ambient mechanical noise when the ship was under way, but not enough to disturb us, and there was no noise from other cabins. Read entire member review >>
We had an oceanview stateroom the cheapo one without the balcony.
As none of us are exceptionally tall, the four of us were comfortable even with the bunkbeds down all the time.
Closet space is tight, but putting luggage under the bed solved that.
If would've been nice if there was less of the non-free stuff in the fridge so we could store other stuff (e.g., water bottles) in there.
Finally, a couple more outlets would've been great, e.g., charging cameras, laptops, etc. Read entire member review >>
Very good location, quiet, easy access when returning from port. Good size, nice big porthole window. Small bathroom and closet, not enough hooks (bring your own self adhesive), small drawers. Hairdryer shut off each time I used it and would not go back on till the next day, luckily I brought one. Very little storage in the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
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