Cabin was standard balcony. Clean room. nothing special. Bathroom could use a little bit of upkeep though. Mold in places in the shower and the spot that holds the toilet bowl cleaner bristles was nasty and falling off of the wall. Read entire member review >>
We had Superior Balcony Staterooms on Deck 6. Two of them right next door with a door that connected the two. Plenty of space for the four of us, especially with two in each room. The location, Deck 6, was super ideal because of it's close proximity to the Royal Promenade floor (Deck 5), the theatre (Decks 4 and 5) and Dining Halls (Decks 2, 3 and 4 - if I remember correctly!).
Balcony rooms. Man. I don't know if I could ever do a cruise again withOUT a balcony room. Makes the cruise soooo much better knowing you can have your morning coffee on your own private balcony. Even the balconies between our rooms connected, creating a seamless "apartment".
For anyone wanting to bring an Xbox, DVD player, Apple TV, etc...with hopes of plugging it in to the TV, sorry to disappoint. I got a wifi package so I was planning on using my Apple TV to watch a movie here and there and came to find out you couldn't change channel inputs. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a very nice size and balcony was a good size for the two of us. We did not feel confined. We were told there might be more movement, since it was eighth from the front end of the ship, but it was not bad at all. One night there was more movement than usual, but I never got queezy.
Our cabin steward was Winsome from Jamaica and she did an excellent job. Read entire member review >>
The cabin had plenty of storage. We put the coffee table in the closet to open up space and not worry about tripping over it to and from the bathroom at night. I brought hangers with me as they never have enough to hang all I want to hang. Most of those items could be folded and put on the shelves in the closet but I like to hang all I can to get the wrinkles out. The steward/stewardess will get you more hangers but sometimes they are hard to find and very busy so I like having mine in hand. I leave them on the ship at the end of the cruise.
The only "down" was they have taken away the Kleenex from some cabins. I heard because people were discarding them in the toilets rather than the convenient trash bin and this can cause problems. Ours happened to be one of them and the one-ply TP does not get it for blowing your nose, make-up, etc. However, a friend had two boxes in her cabin and gave us one which I kept in a drawer in case our outstanding stewardess could get in trouble for "supplying" it when she wasn't suppose to. There were boxes in the public bathrooms that could have been "liberated." Those that got the Kleenex said it was not in the bathroom dispenser but on the vanity. Read entire member review >>
Cabin met our expectations and was maintained well throughout the cruise. Everything worked and the concierge and his staff worked well and were available for any queries we had Read entire member review >>
The best thing about the ship was the cabin. It is a very comfortable size and offers lots of room for clothes storage. The balcony is equally comfortable. We had an excellent cabin steward. Our cabin was always fresh and spotless!! She is probably one of the best stewards we have ever had. It was always a pleasure to return to our cabin. Read entire member review >>
You can stow your luggage under the bed, which was a little hard if you are a side-sleeper. Room was large enough and we underutilized the balcony. It was great to have for a view of the Rock of Gibraltar at night. The music on the announcement speaker is nice for an afternoon nap. Room service is basically free! We utilized the laundry service primarily for socks and underwear. Our shower had barely adequate force and the pulsing feature is good to focus cleaning on specific areas. Read entire member review >>
Excellent Balcony cabin, I booked this location so that it was on the same side as the teen club and also the same side as the restaurants. The room was in a quiet location , close to lifts but not too close so you didn't hear people passing by. The balcony was a good size with a table and two chairs. It wasn't windy and we regularly sat there after 1am in the morning which was beautiful. Felt it was very private on the balcony from both neighbours. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony and spacious room. One caveat ... the Windjammer is one level above this cabin...so we frequently heard carts rolling across our ceiling/their floor. It is also located across from crew access, but we were never disturbed by that. There was a smoking neighbor or two from nearby balconies, which in my opinion is unacceptable. Smoking should ONLY be in designated smoking areas, not on balconies. Passengers aren't even allowed to bring travel irons, but they can smoke cigarettes and use lighters/matches??? Makes no sense to me! Read entire member review >>
We had a stateroom with a balcony; I truely expected it to be small - it was perfect. I enjoyed breakfast on my balcony every morning, watched the sunrise and couldn't imagine sailing without one.
Our adult children shared an interior stateroom. It was small and crowded, but if they utilized the space better it would have been fine. Because it was so dark without a window, they partied all night and slept all day without a problem ;o) They had no problems, man! (insert the Jamaican accent here) Read entire member review >>
Considering the size of the room we really had a lot of storage area. I love the vanity area with the mirrors and secret storage ares. The bath is small but functional with a great shower door. We loved the balcony - spent a lot of time on it. When one considers how much time you actually spend in your room, it was really perfect for our needs. Read entire member review >>
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