Poor service asked the attendant for some ice and he asked me " do you want that now?" no washcloths two nights in a row had to ask for tissues never received them. NOT ENOUGH SERVICE PEOPLE FOR A SOLDOUT SHIP Read entire member review >>
Good location near the front of the ship by the elevator. One floor up was the Windjammer and pool (near the soft serve ice cream machine). Same section of the ship on deck 5 was the Starbucks counter (Cafe Lattitudes) and deck 4 was the dining room. Super easy to navigate and surprisingly quiet. Balcony was under a covering from the deck above and the life boats were just below. The balcony railing was metal spindles rather than the glass style on the newer ships, but the two chairs and side table were comfortable. Read entire member review >>
More than ample storage space in the room and the bathroom was slightly larger than an average stateroom. Only complaint would be the shower water was VERY hot and we couldn't get any cold water. Wonderful view from the balcony and again the room attendant Nicole Williams was outstanding! Never had such a clean stateroom. I would book this room again. Read entire member review >>
This was very comfortable cabin located starboard aft. Convenient to the theater, pool and Viking Club Lounge. Could find no fault with anything and our cabin attendant was exceptional! Read entire member review >>
The closet and drawer space were more than adequate for our needs. My wife utilized the bathtub making herself quite comfortable in a bubble bath twice! I used the shower with great care as there was HOT water galore. Actually, I had the spigot turned nearly to lukewarm and it was still hot.
The bed was splendid and our stewardess made certain the sheets were turned down every evening AND that a CPAAP machine had an extension cord within minutes of the time we requested it.
The sofa and easy chair made our room service breakfasts a delight
Our balcony was a great place to sit quietly and sip wine and we did at Sail Away from Port Canaveral. My wife loves to hear the ocean waves while lying in bed so I opened the balcony door and then closed it after she was asleep. Read entire member review >>
The Junior Suite was well kept, tons of storage space and roomy. Good sized balcony and nice bath room with tub. Very happy with this category and excellent service provided from my Stateroom Attendant. Read entire member review >>
Beds weren't comfortable, but the junior suite has plenty of space, plenty of closet space, plenty of counter space in the bathroom and a much better shower head than in a standard cabin.
Because the balcony is tucked under the pool deck, you can't get wet, even in a driving rain storm. Read entire member review >>
Loved the balcony! This suite had lots of good storage and was very "roomy" & spacious for a cruise compared to the inside cabins. The shower had a bathtub area which I really appreciated and I thought the bathroom was a lot bigger than the tiny bathroom on the inside cabins of the Freedom of the seas, where I had previously sailed. The balcony is private. The room has a nice couch and chair area to sit in and put more things. The tv was flat screen and new. In short, the balcony is VERY WORTH THE UPGRADE PRICE! A totally different experience to have a balcony on a cruise! If you can afford it, DO IT! Read entire member review >>
Junior Suite on deck 10 spacious with a queen bed & sitting area with a love seat and easy chair, large balcony had two chairs and a cocktail table. The bathroom included a bath tub with shower. Read entire member review >>
Extremely comfortable; smaller than Carnival's Jr Ste, but quite satisfactory. We always choose a suite not only because of its larger size, but also for the option of a bathtub. Most of Carnival's JS have jetted tubs, Majesty's wasn't. Loved the sliding glass door onto the balcony over a smaller, regular type door. Colors in the room very pleasant, as well as the art work on the walls. A nice, lovely room. We'll do it again. Read entire member review >>
Near the elevator, and beneath the Windjammer. Since we were beneath the Windjammer, and RCI has canceled their midnight buffets, we had a quiet night. Love the sturdy wooden table. No walk-in closet. Read entire member review >>
JS: Smaller compared to other JS but adequate. Did have some noise from WJ when crew was cleaning.
GS: Great room but lots of noise from ship as it is all the way forward and nest to main forward entrance and exit to bridge. Strange noises from overhead as others in GS suites we heard complained quite a bit. Read entire member review >>
Small cabins on this ship. Junior suite was the size of balcony cabin on other Royal Caribbean ships but it had more closet space. This room was noisy because it was right over the pool and there was alot of banging in the middle of the night which woke me up. The cabin walls are thin and you can hear the people opening a drawer next door. Read entire member review >>
We enjoyed our junior suite...my husband is 6'7 and he felt quite comfortable. Of course, we'd always take more space, but for the price, we were very pleased. Always will book a cabin with a balcony! Read entire member review >>
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