We prefer a Balcony Cabin but we got the last cabin available on the ship that wasn't an inside cabin. The cabin was very nice and we had plenty of room to move around. We did MISS our balcony though.... Read entire member review >>
This is one of the newly added rooms to the ship. This room was awesome. Beautiful views with ceiling-to-floor Windows. The room was extremely spacious even though the closet was a little smaller due to the room size. Extremely happy with it Read entire member review >>
For our first time ever we stayed at the front of the ship Deck Nine Stateroom 9502. It was fantastic, because this rooms are set along the front and edge corners of the ship means you get about another 10-12 square feet which doesn't seem like much but I will say this – We generally have to unpack our luggage and put suitcases under the bed or in the closet to conserve space however In this room we put them in the corner and never came close to tripping or having them get in our way, the only down fall is – at night you have to keep your drapes drawn if your cabin lights are on – because the reflection from the room lights interferes with the bridge which is right above you – The Captain had to call our room one evening to remind us LOL. Even with that it is not a show stopper. The other concern having these rooms is keep in mind you are at the front of the ship so if there is a venue you want to go to that is at the back you are walking the whole length of the ship to get there – Again Not a Show Stopper. Lastly - you will hear the Noise and some vibration of the Front Thrusters but this only occurs when you are arriving or leaving the port. We never felt and more movement out of the ship (Forward / Aft) We will definitely try to book these rooms more often. Read entire member review >>
Very comfortable beds, spacious balcony, nice shower door (not a shower curtain), beautiful color scheme, nice large sofa, great room attendant, quiet at the back of the ship, no complaints. Read entire member review >>
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