Large Ocean View Stateroom (I): Jewel of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Two twin beds (can convert into one queen-size bed), private bathroom, vanity, hair-dryer, mini-bar, closed-circuit TV, radio and phone.

Large Ocean View Stateroom (I)
Decks: Deck 2 | Deck 3
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Large Ocean View Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 3526
Oct 2016
Disappointing By: wayleaze 5
Very dark room. The furniture was dark and dated the drawers would not open very well.
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Cabin 3632
Mar 2016
Our cabin was 3632 - and ocean view cabin with a large window and it was more than adequate in size and had lots of storage. It's location was perfect - close to the stairs and only one level up the the main Centrum area. There was a gentle hum from the engines - but other than that no noise issues and we slept soundly! Also - when disembarking at the ports we only had to go down one level and the disembarkation area was right there - super easy and fast - we were often one of the first off the ship at the ports! Would strongly recommend this cabin.
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Cabin 3596
Mar 2016
My husband had the room decorated for our anniversary. Very romantic. Plenty of storage space no complaints on the room.
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Cabin 3564
Jan 2016
Graduation Cruise By: printingchick
The adults had an ocean-view cabin on Deck 3, #3564. It was the same location we had when cruised on the Jewel in 2013. The kids were just down the hall in #3576. Both cabins were located just forward of mid-ship. While admittedly a long way from the pool and Windjammer on Deck 11, it was an easy walk to everything else! The Centrum was 1 deck up, the gangway was 1 deck down, MyTime Dining and the Promenade Deck were both just 2 decks up. We loved the location!
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Cabin 3518
Jul 2015
Just what we expected By: 3pellegrinis
This cabin is forward on the curve of the ship but was very quiet, not too far from the elevators . On port day in Victoria we disembarked at the closest door to us...very convenient.
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Cabin 8054
Jun 2015
Great Family Trip By: jayintx
The biggest cabin we have ever had on any ship or any line, including 2 suites we have booked in the past. Plenty of space, cabinets, drawers and included a full size sofa that makes into a king bed, plus a chair. The bath was typical - meaning small - and featured the "pneumatic tube" shower which we have come to dislike intensely, but they are the same in all cabins. Best cabin attendant we have ever had.
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Jan 2012
Plenty of room, large porthole, big enough to sit in, excellent storage
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Cabin 3640
Nov 2010
Jewel of the Seas By: SOLO_cruiser
Cabin 3640 was smaller than similar cabins. The bathroom started about 1 foot + from the wall (by the cabin door). I presume that this space was for wiring and/or plumbing. The end result was getting a chair in the cabin rather than a 2 seater loveseat as found in other cabins.
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