Our room was on the edge of the hallway right next to the door that they use for people coming on and off the ship. I think it was used for crew members. It was small (as everyone says about staterooms on Majesty), but we only used it to sleep so we never felt cramped. We had no issue fitting ourselves, 2 backpacks, and 2 carry-on luggage pieces in the room/closet. Would not have a problem booking this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Small cabin with an "oceanview" porthole on the second deck (portside), it was a "free" room as I was on the casino program, and all I had to pay was the port charges and gratuities. The cabin steward was friendly and excellent in fulfilling my requests. Read entire member review >>
We had oceanview staterooms #2126 and #2128. Rooms were smaller than on the other Royal Caribbean ships we have been on (Freedom and Adventure) but that was to be expected as it was a much smaller ship. If you have the beds together the bed is against the wall on one side and the other side has a path you can get down. There was plenty of room for as much time as we spent in there and would have no problem booking either an inside or oceanview stateroom again on this ship. Previous reviews had comments about the beds being hard, while I can say that they were a bit firmer than on our 3 previous cruises on the other ships, they were still comfortable to sleep in. Cabin attendant Nataylia did a fantastic job! Read entire member review >>
had a cabin with a window, no deck, on the 9th deck; was not roomy but accommodated our belongings without tripping over ourselves. Did not spend much time there. Beds were comfortable. There are not a lot of outlets - would bring a multi-plug extender. Read entire member review >>
3610 - Great location mid-ship. "Secret" door just past our cabin leads into the centrum and main dining room. The hallway was very quiet with no cabins opposite ours. Room is small but perfectly adequate for two peopleon a 4-night cruise. Read entire member review >>
Ocean view porthole 2028. Didnt know what I was getting but made a good choice. Expected alot of noise but pretty quiet. Near bow but not alot of motion even in stronger seas. Long climb on stairs to main levels but took the elevators to the top and walked down. Easy for getting off at ports. A good room. Read entire member review >>
Room 8528- very tiny cabin but adequate space to hang clothes. Bath small too but worked fine. Safe was hard to reach in the closet. Outlets were a deal breaker!! I was so frustrated and mad that I couldn't keep the appliances in the wall- fell out constantly and about every 10 seconds while using! I talked to other cruisers later and found it was not an isolated problem. People I talked to (women) said they would not use this ship again just because of that issue alone. Too bad. Read entire member review >>
Good location with quick access to elevators. Quiet at night, no noise except for the one time when rude kids were running and talking loudly in the hall. Occasionally you can hear your neighbors through the walls. Porthole instead of a window. Bed was comfy. Cabin space is an efficient use of space. Could use a little more counter space. Read entire member review >>
I had read a lot of the reviews which griped about the tiny cabins, and while our cabin was small I thought there was plenty of room to move around. We had a small porthole which was nice but functionally useless.
Overall I thought the cabin was nice, clean and quiet. Can't really ask for much more than that. Read entire member review >>
Tiny closet, small overall but nice bedding and great suction and water pressure in the bathroom/shower. Definitely doable for a 4 night...wouldn't want this for any longer. Just the top of the lifeboat is blocking the view but so what? For the price, it was a good deal. Read entire member review >>
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