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11 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (300 sq. ft.)

Promenade Family Stateroom (FP)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Cabin 7607
Service lacking. blessed2014
This is a great cabin for the money. We booked a deal when they had pay full price for the first 2 and get the remaining half price, plus the tax day special which eliminated the port fees. This brought the trip down to $428 a person. This room had a queen bed, a 'pull out' sofa, 2 bunk beds, a walk in closet, and a bathroom with a bathtub. The bathtub was very deep. This room also had 2 windows overlooking the promenade and was very close to the center stage portion of the promenade so you could watch any show from the room. The only negative was the pull out sofa which wasn't a normal pull out sofa bed, there was no mattress. The 'mattress' was a series of sofa cushions lumped together and placed in a mattress shape. Then a sheet was placed over the cushions to make it look like a bed. To say the least it was not comfortable. It is actually kind of funny looking back at how ridiculous it was but at the time it was miserable. Our stateroom attendant George was amazing and always happy!
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Cabin 8286
Had a blast! jib614
We were midship in the middle of promenade. We didn't hear any noise from promenade except during 70's parade which was short lived and early. We had great views. Our location was quiet. Long walk to elevators but we didn't mind. The room had alot of storage. It was fine for 2 people. Make sure to close curtains when getting dressed since cabins across the promenade can see right in.
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Royal Caribbean actually gave our room to someone else. Yes they double booked the same room. Crazy. As a result, they made us wait two hours until they could find us a room. We had originally reserved a larger interior room and they finally gave us a promenade view room which was technically better than the room we originally booked but it was smaller which made our stay fairly cramped. The original room we booked had an 20 to 30 square feet which doesn't seem substantial but it would have helped. With a crib and bed in our room we literally only had a 2 foot path to walk in the room. So 20 more square feet would have been significant. And the cruse line didn't even offer anything to compensate for the additional 2 hour wait and the inconvenience of giving us a smaller room. It did leave a sour note at the beginning of our cruse.. but we took it in stride and stayed positive.


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Cabins were fine. That was the one plus of this ship. For the same price as one cabin, we got two adjoining cabins.


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Cabin 8297

Nice room. nice bed, nice bathroom, with semi-circular shower door. You could take a good, hot shower. Adequate storage space. Liked the little sofa by the window, to look out to the activity on the promenade.


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Cabin 8315

Nice room. Loads of room for scooter or wheelchair maneuvering. Our room attendant was a girl from Jamaica. What a joy she was. Couldn't do enough for you. Rc needs more employees like her.


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