Cabin had a porthole window. The bed as noted was very hard. Room was well cleaned and maintained. The refrigerator was cool, not cold but adequate. There appeared to be plenty of storage for clothing and suitcase storage. Closet easily handled items on hangers. The TV was passable but tiny. Some plumbing issues, but these were resolved Day One, and appeared to be common due to the ships age. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was an ocean view on Deck 6, non-obstructed view. On the small side but was fine for the 3 days. We had a pullman bed for my son. My husband slept there and said it was not comfortable. I thought the regular bed was very comfortable. Temperature was easily adjusted, not stuffy at all. I actually brought along a fan thinking it would be, but the air was always circulating, even in the bathroom. It could have been updated, decor was older. Enough storage for 2 adults and a small child. Read entire member review >>
room was the smallest we have ever had, yet still good enough. Bed terribly hard, back hurt. clean, well kept room, bathroom good size, planty of storage for 4 day trip. TV was 20" LCD Read entire member review >>
Picture window- Very small room- Barely have enough room for two people to move around. Bed not very comfortable. Toilet wouldn't flush on the last day. Surfaces very old and worn. Our a/c worked fine (thank goodness!!) our state room attendant was Fab and kept the room very clean. Read entire member review >>
Our room was large enough for a short cruise such as the 3- and 4-night that Majesty offers. We did feel that the mattress quality/condition could definitely be improved. Latif added another pad and, while it did help a little, it was still not very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Small but comfortable. Had a porthole window. Bed was pretty comfortable. Water pressure in the shower was awful. AC could have been better, it was kinda warm while sleeping at night. Read entire member review >>
Nice and clean, decent size for a couple, your typical Royal Caribbean ocean view room. I prefer Royals bright/fresh color schemes throughout the cabins and the rest of the ship compared to other lines. Never heard much noise despite them running a floor polisher above us on the next deck in the middle of the night but it wasn't really bothersome. The bathroom was a regular size, had no issues. The A/C worked great, the mattresses were kind of hard but not unbearable by any means. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin steward was great super friendly and always there to assist.
cabin was clean and spacious and beds were very comfortable.
Furniture a little dated if you wanted to be picky! Read entire member review >>
Adequate would be great description but not meant as a knock either. We had an obstructed view but it was never a problem. The cruise was so port intensive we literally only slept and changed in the room. Jason, the steward was tremendous. Room was very close to the elevator and stairs and everything was close by. No noise or other problems were experienced. Read entire member review >>
The Cabin was small, but I knew that. I never say my room steward! She never came and introduced herself. My sister met her one morning when she went back to the room to get something after breakfast Read entire member review >>
Tiny but spotless and enough room for 2. Would be hard to have more than 2 in this room, pretty tight. Porthole provided nice views and the bed was extremely comfortable. It was very quiet except for the night a very drunk couple decided to have a fistfight outside our cabin door in the middle of the night. Located midship and we felt no motion at all. Read entire member review >>
Small but adequate. Two twin beds pushed together to form a queen, matresses could be better. Porthole window, desk with chair and mirrors. Closet with shelves, hangers and small safe. Bathroom was tight but did the job. Kept neat, clean and well stocked by the Stateroom Attendant, Iskandar. Read entire member review >>
Room was fresh and easy to move about with the bed in the king position however pushed against the wall on one side. TV was terrible but whose watching that most stations in Spanish. Closet was quite big and plenty of storage space. No complaints here only noisey neighbors ruin this room. Read entire member review >>
WE had an obstructed view, but that did not matter because I was more concerned with sunlight during the day and on a three day cruise we spend very little time in the cabin. On a longer cruise, I would not have an obstructed view because the life boat obstructed the entire view. The cabin is small and 2 people have a difficult time maneuvering around one another. The head is small but adequate. It is an older ship, so the cabins are not spacious or designed with today's clientele in mind. Bring your own shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, and soap because if they are not lacking, they are no longer the quality they had been. There is a shampoo dispenser and body wash dispenser on the shower wall and the hand soap is harsh. This cabin, however, was quiet and situated near access points. Mid-ships has proven to be the section where I prefer to be located because I don't feel the movement of the ship as pronounced and it is easy to get to and from other areas of the ship because of stairwells and elevators. Read entire member review >>
3016 Forward in the bow, small port hole but nice, very clean, small size (I think one of the smallest still sailing) and small but usable bathroom, it however was fully functional. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 3536- small closet, but great shelves in there to hold a lot. TINY bathroom, but adequate for short cruise and 2 people. How many other places can you sit on the toilet while brushing your teeth if you wanted? Tiny shower, but for short tiny me, it was fine. A larger person would not like it. Tiny room, but who cares on a 3 night cruise. No sitting area, just a vanity with a chair and the beds. Nice location- quiet, and a comfortable room. Read entire member review >>
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