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23 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (214 sq. ft., balcony 68 sq. ft.)

Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (D3)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 8
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6698
We loved the Indy! Rosemary222

Great room. Long walk to the elevators, but nice and quiet. Never heard any noise from the hallway or above or below or from adjacent rooms. We enjoyed overlooking the port at Falmouth and watching the late-returners dashing for the ship! Our fabulous cabin steward kept the place well-stocked and spotless.


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7248
Great Cruise freedom-lover

We had cabin 7248 which was close to the elevators. We never had any problems with noise. The only issue we had with the cabin was a sewage smell coming from the bathroom. We contacted Guest Relations and they sent someone to fix it but unfortunately the smell was there pretty much the entire cruise.


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Nice stateroom, actually one of the best bits about the ship!


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6368
Queue and Tip La_Corse

Big enough for family of four if kids are happy to share the sofa bed. Room smaller than expected. Balcony downwind of too many other cabins (with smokers).


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6514
Fantastic First Cruise mrandmrsmuffin

6154 great large balcony front view and side view


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Layout of balcony cabin is nice. Closet space is good, cabin size is fine, shower is good. Be cautious of yellow water coming out of bathroom sink, toilet and shower. Cabin mini refrigerator was never cold. Was told by maintenance that it is a "cooler" not a refrigerator and we never had cold beverages in our cabin. Our family members mini refrig. in the cabin next to ours, was always cold. Also, the only electric plug-in, for CPAP machines, etc. is by vanity mirror/desk, and there is no outlet by bed to plug anything into, so you need an extension cord.
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6516
Ample storage, loads of coathangers Very comfy bed and sofa Room had been previously battered, dents on walls, door and ceiling Good shower and plumbing Good maintenance dept, quick response to our calls to repair safe and balcony door. Very clean room, lovely stateroom attendant, Camille Plenty of towels, flannels and tissues etc
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6390
Not a good Holiday Janet Waters
Cabin was reasonable well maintained by cabin staff, TV channel choice adequate could be more varied. Balcony good
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5648
Another Success alanmaxted
6548 Balcony.Forward port-side Gym and theatres below (no noise) Dining is aft, five minute walk Large double or twin beds serviceable en suite bathroom with Shower WC handbasin TV and telephone Near to the lift but not noisy
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8642
I was pleasantly surprised at the size of the cabin. It catered for all our needs and plenty big enough for the two of us. There were ample plug sockets which is a worry for us women. The bed was very very comfortable. I couldn't fault the cabin at all.
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9404
Superking sized beds are so comfortable. The bathroom is small but functional and nicely decorated. Lovely sofa to have room service on, and lovely balcony too.
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9668
Cabin was great for the two of us with sofa and balcony. Nice shower and everything spotlessly clean. We were towards rear of ship close to midships stairs and lifts so handy to get to restaurants/dining but a pleasant walk thru promenade deck to theatre etc.... Quiet and no noise and even in rough seas was ok Have previously had cabin at front on this ship and in rough weather even on deck 8 the spray and waves broke on balcony - exciting stuff!!! Some passengers up front felt it was too far to walk to get their meals.... ie should have been warned perhaps or go on a smaller ship in future
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