Our cabin was excellent, very roomy and spacious with a walk in wardrobe where we unpacked everything, we also had a balcony outside where we sat, had breakfast and other meals while cruising on sea days.
All though we were at the front of the ship we expected a lot of motion, what we did feel only rocked us to sleep. We were also expecting noise from the pool deck being cleaned early in the morning and deck chairs being moved around. We did not hear anything at all. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very spacious and comfortable with a very large storage room for clothes and luggage but furnishings were tired and dated and overdue for an upgrade.
The carpet in the hallways outside the staterooms was disgusting and needing desperately to be replaced. Read entire member review >>
Spotlessly clean and spacious. Loved standing at the doors and watching the water go by. Nice toiletries and coffee and tea making facilities a bonus.Very quiet apart from the airconditioning but this was just white noise.Steward was great! Read entire member review >>
Excellent cabin, glad we upgraded to the JS. Cabin steward was the best or for our first cruise set the bar very high. Quiet didn't hear anyone and we had adjoining rooms. Loved the balcony and being able to go out and sit on it just watching the water. Read entire member review >>
Room 9294 was very nice. A good sized closet, nice balcony, decent sized bathroom for ONE at a time. Electrical outlets a little hard to come by... Consider bringing a surge protector. The room was quiet, not much up / down motion problems (it is midship) but the pitch and roll on the 9th floor can be a slight bit noticeable during rough seas. I loved the location and the room, quite honestly we both did. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin. Plenty of room for 4 people plus storage. Nice size balcony. Some noise from above. Believed to be 4 year old running around in an Owners suite. Sticky drawers. No big deal. Read entire member review >>
Big walk in closet that easily held two adults and one teenager's clothes. Quiet location amidships. Not far from fore or aft elevators. Nice bathroom. Excellent lighting in the room. Read entire member review >>
We had a Junior Suite port side hump #9618. We love this stateroom - large walk-in closet, bathtub in the bathroom, a long comfortable couch and a really comfy side chair and ottoman. The balcony was great with 2 chairs, a table and a lounger. There was plenty of space for the 5 of us to hang out. I would reserve this room again. Read entire member review >>
We were very happy with the Junior Suite in the Mariner of the Seas. The cabin was very spacious and we were surprised to have a huge walk-in closet and large cabin area and bathroom with tub. Recommend the extra cost over balcony. Read entire member review >>
Our suite (1654)was amazing - great view on the port side with a lovely balcony, a walk in closet (which my wife LOVED), larger shower with a full tub, and a room that was spacious with a king sized bed. The hallway was a little noisy late at night on the second leg of the trip as more families with teen kids came on board (vacation time in Brazil). The location of the room was terrific as well - close to the dining rooms (Windjammer was only one level up, about 2 minutes away), elevators, skating rink and promenade entry on deck 5. Read entire member review >>
Close to elevators, nice balcony/view, plenty of room for 3 adults and 1 child. I would certainly get this JS again on a future sailing. Having a bathtub was a real plus. Lots of storage for everyone. Read entire member review >>
Huge closet, nice flatscreen TV, lots of room to sit, big balcony. Close enough to the elevators/stairs, but not a lot of noise. Under the Portofino restaurant, so there was no noise at night. Read entire member review >>
We were in a Jr Suite, and it's by far the largest Jr Suite we've ever had. Had a tub in the larger-than-usual bathroom, too. With 4 adults in the room, we had more than enough room, storage room, etc. The fold-out couch was dutifully folded-out/made up every night and put back as a couch every morning and the ice bucket was always full. This ship has the flat-screen high def televisions - that was really nice.
Problem: for a day after embarkation, the front outside of the toilet was, uh…, "dirty" from a previous guest. It was taken care of when we mentioned it to our cabin-guy. Read entire member review >>
Our JS 9628 seemed bigger than the average JS, probably because of its hump position. We had the same cabin on Voyager, and it felt the same. Would love to see an actual sq.ft. comparison to a regular JS. No, not the generic sq. ft. that RCCL publishes. Great location (next to CL), yet quiet, extra large balcony, huge walk in closet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9306 was fantastic! Yes, it looks a little dated at first, but you can get past that easily with the huge closet, expansive balcony, flat screen TV, and the bathroom that has a bathtub. We also loved that it was on the starboard side as we got to see so many dolphins and whales going to and from Cabo. It's location relative to the elevators and stairs was also convenient. It was quiet and an overall great cabin. Read entire member review >>
JS 1544 - Not as large as the last JS that we had. Location was near the elevator. Would not pick this cabin again as there are nicer junior suites. Decor was a bit worn and needs updating. We did get a very good price on it. Read entire member review >>
Cabin clean, shower was big so that we did not have curtain cling, closet was large enough for 7 days and would have been fine for longer cruise.
Balcony on this ship was covered by superstructure. Too much shade. We did not enjoy view and had to go on deck for photos. We had an aft cabin on Brilliance OS and it was much better. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin - loved the Jr Suite! We had a walk in closet with tons of room - we put away all of our clothes and things and still had several empty shelves.
The balcony was roomy - we had a lounger as well as chairs and a table. The cabin itself had plenty of room, we had 6 people in there watching football one afternoon and it was not crowded at all! The larger bathroom with a bathtub was nice as well. Good location, close to the elevator. Very quiet room, we didn't hear anything from our neighbors. Read entire member review >>
AWESOME cabin. Huge. Sleeps 4 on two queensize beds (one sofabed, one standard). All wheelchair accessible. Bathroom huge. Walk in closet with wheelchair accessible clothes rack. Shower fine- though water pools in the middle of the bathroom where there is no drain because they didnt angle the drain heights well- you'll need to place towels around the shower to keep the water going down the drain and not into the middle of the bathroom. Balcony is awesome. Television was not upgraded- it's old CRT television- this is not a big issue, but many cabins- even inside cabins we saw, had flat screen HD televisions. Read entire member review >>
cabin 1340 - JS deck 10 Size very good with vanity, large walk in closet, sofa, table and easy chair and ottoman. Quiet. Very conveniently located. Nice balcony with lounger, table and chair and good view. Bathroom decent sized (larger than many ship Bathrooms)with tub. Bedding king sized (in width) and very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
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