Okay, an inside cabin on the Majesty is about the smallest in any fleet, and I didn’t have trouble with that. We had enough storage and asked for the beds to be separated, or one of us was going to be crawling over the other to get out of bed. Three things that were annoying: an occasional clunk underneath at night. We thought we were in a submarine. The TV is over the head of the beds, so you have to reposition yourself to watch the TV. They need to add a move conservative network for news. Listening to Christian Amanpour was taxing on our nerves.
The worst part of the cabin was the flat as a pancake pillows. All the hotels we stay at manage to have nice fluffy pillows. Just that one feature would have helped the rating go up one star. Read entire member review >>
Clean and Quiet. Did not spend a lot of time in cabin. Very do able. Stored luggage in closets to save space, however plenty of room under beds to store, We use E-bags packing cubes, so made it easy to conceal clothes under bed and utilize vanity drawers for other small items, toiletries, makeup etc. So you do not feel like you are temp residing in such tight quarters. Read entire member review >>
Rooms and cabin attendant. The room was small but what you need for a short cruise. Pack light! All you need is a carry on which is what we did and that was enough. The problem appears to be with cruisers who take huge bags thinking they are going for a long cruise. The atmosphere is casual. even on formal night, I saw folks in the dining room with shorts and no one said a word. My friend and I wore nice shirts and slacks and we felt fine. Many ladies wore simple black dresses and those pack easily. No need for formal wear. The bathrooms are small but well equipped and all you need really. I followed the suggestion of the over the door shoe storage and that provided extra space for extra toiletries and sandals, suntan lotion, etc. but it was not necessary. There is plenty of room for two persons, and we had an inside cabin. The beds were pushed together and they were huge and comfortable. The cabin was cool and the inside cabin in level 2 was quiet and provided easy access to all departures (from level 1 or 2) and first access to the elevator to the top floor for the buffet and swimming pools. I loved level 2. Cabin attendant Delano was helpful and observant noticing we used ice and providing tons of ice throughout the cruise. We also took the two allowed bottled of white wine which we kept in the room for a glass of wine before dinner. Without asking, Duane provided us with wine glasses and iced our bottle. A nice touch, much appreciated that made a difference. We provided Duane with a thank you note on our last night as well as additional gratuity. Read entire member review >>
I had a ocean view cabin on Deck 2 aft. Its no secret the cabins on this ship are the smallest in the industry. Having said that, I had enough space for me, and another person for a 3 day cruise. Beds were comfortable. And despite only having a porthole, it was enough to let me see out and let the light in. I hardly felt the ship moving and didn't hear a peep from anything else. Be aware that ocean view cabins on deck 7 allow no privacy since the windows overlook the exterior promenade where lots of people go walking by. Deck 8 cabins also probably have pretty poor views. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2103- Second Floor. I am unsure what is above this room but it sounded like possibly a herd of Elephants. I believe it was the Dining Room or possibly stairs because all evening long from about 8:00 p.m. on there was thumping and bumping like someone was getting ready to come through the floor. Overall the room was nice. Small but adequate. Read entire member review >>
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