Smaller sized room (the smallest I've had yet), but it was fine for two of us, split beds. Although there was a shelf built into the wall, so once the beds were split they were not next to each other but on different ends of the room. Kinda...odd. The window was nice although you could see a lifeboat and some of the lift-machinery . But it was still nice to have natural light in the room and be able to look outside. Read entire member review >>
Balcony rooms are hard to come by on this cruise as there aren't many balconies. This was on the 8th floor and we didn't hear a peep. We could see deck 7 below where you could walk and our view was a little obstructed by life boats, but it was still nice enough. It is small - but my goodness you are on a cruise. NO rooms are big unless you're in a suite so suck it up buttercup. For a short trip (4 days) we made do and found ways to make it work. Bring a power strip to save yourself headaches on charging items, but any seasoned cruisers already know that. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small! The head of the bed is up under the porthole window. There's a lifeboat and strut obstructing the view. The ceiling looks like it had some water damage because you can see the staining through the paint. If you're lying on the bed, there's one shelf on the right, but the only outlet in the room is on the left, over by the desk, so plugging in a CPAP or other medical equipment is rough. The outlet was loose.
Bathroom was clean but the toilet seemed to have some trouble flushing properly. The safe needs to be replaced because it's hard to operate, the buttons don't take commands easily. Read entire member review >>
Cabin number 9506 stunk. I had the cleaning person change all towels and it did not help. I explained to her that the bathroom smelled like it had been cleaned with a dirty rag. She said she would put bleach in all bathroom drains and it would stop. It worked!! Read entire member review >>
TINY, TINY, TINY, TINY, TINY!
This is the smallest Ocean View that I have ever seen. May work out OK for two people but for 2 adults with 2 boys 8 & 11 it was not a good experience. Once those bunks were down the people in the lower berth could not see the TV from the bed.
No problem storing 3 suitcases. The Steward was a lovely lady who always smiled and called the boys by name.
The bathroom was acceptable.
The only thing worse than this stateroom would have been an inside without natural light from the window. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small, and well worn with hard beds. The safe worked fine, the very small shower was just big enough for this big guy, the carpet was worn but serviceable, the cabin steward was willing to do most anything we asked him. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was pretty standard for a cruise ship. Obviously not very large, but the bed was big and we were able to fit a pack n play crib in the room for our son as well-- though it made the room VERY tight to move around in. Read entire member review >>
Good size closet. Space for up to three large pieces of luggage under the queen bed. Very small bathroom. Heard absolutely no noise at all. Always very clean and neat. No refrigerator. Hair dryer included. No 220v outlet. Very cozy, although rather small. Read entire member review >>
Our Cabin was on the 8th floor which was great for getting to most places with ease. The room itself was adequate, clean and well kept. The only criticism would be the size of the bathroom and in-particular, the shower cubicle. A little more space would have been great but it was still OK. Everyone was respectful in keeping the noise down to a minimum in the corridors (especially late at night). We had no complaint really about the room size. Read entire member review >>
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