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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area and a private bathroom. (206 sq. ft., balcony 42 sq. ft.)

Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (D2)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9 | Deck 10
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Cabin 1692
First time we have had a cabin right at the back of the ship, would have one again, balcony bigger than average with 2 sun beds and a table and 2 chairs.
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Cabin 6348

Good cabin in a good location. Near to the aft elevator so Windjammer is just a button away. Nice for getting some hot drinks for early breakfast.
Royal Promenade is a floor below, and so is Cafe Promenade (night snack, anyone?).
Warning : This is a connecting room so unless you want to connect with the next cabin (6346), you may want to avoid this.

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Cabin 6620

Room was very spacious, clean with lots of storage space.
Room attendant cleaned the room twice a day.
Day 2 we had a leak in the bathroom, called maintenance and that was fixed while at dinner. They came back after to recheck.
Cabin was near the entrance to cabin hallway but it was still quiet. Slight movement from ship but we actually found it soothing.

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Cabin 8642
We're Hooked kimberleyjane

Our balcony room was huge we thought, plenty of cupboard space, huge settee, plenty of mirrors unfortunately haha! Shower was great and just enough room in the bathroom on the smaller size but not cramped, bed was very comfy, and positioned right next to the sliding door ( with enough room to walk beside the bed) i had the curtains open at night while in bed so i could see the lightening shows from the weather. Good sized TV although we didn't watch any except some of the ship info. balcony was a good size.

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Cabin 9286
nice room, very quiet, mid-ship. Drawers need fixing.
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Cabin 8314
Nearly Perfect fishforfun
First time to have one of the "bump out" balconies and we found it to be very nice. The little extra room between the outside doors and the room made a great space to put things out of the way (luggage, coffee table). Everything else about the room was satisfactory and what we have come to expect on a cruise ship.
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Cabin 9348
Rome to Galveston Beaches21

9348 - balcony cabin. Layout was good, adequate storage area with room under the beds for the empty luggage. Fixed shower door was better than the typical curtain. Quiet with cabins above and below. Adequate balcony.

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Cabin 8238
Plenty of room. We put the little table into our closet to have more floor space. This allowed much more room for walking. Loved the balcony. We hung out clothes to dry and it worked great. Nice to open our door for a breeze, but a bit too noisy at night when trying to sleep.
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Cabin 9276
our cabin was excellent location, great view,,great space availability with all the little problems encountered on this ship cruise at least my cabin was perfect...
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Cabin 6258
very happy with the cabin ,cleanliness could not be faulted.glad of the balcony space as i was a night .think it was a wednesday,disco"boom boom "could be heard in cabin at 3.30 am.then it stopped .was unusual as it was normally so quite
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Cabin 7668
Reasonable balcony cabin but spoiled by cigar and cigarette smoke on the balcony. Colour scheme is dated and carpet is well worn and ancient TV. We enjoyed our cabin.
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Room was fine - good size for the amount of time you spend in it. Perfect location. Mid ship - to the south of the elevators.
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Cabin 6339
Good sized stateroom with balcony - bed was comfortable, bathroom good sized (shower a little small) - It's a ship - you are not supposed to stay in your room all week!!! We had a large balcony attached to my brother-in-laws and we kept the dividing wall open all week. Thursday we had a little room party connected my ipod to the tv, and had shots and cigars out on the balcony. Smoked a couple CUBANS - hey we were in Mexico - it's legal there!!!
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Cabin 7346
Great location, very quiet. Smallish balcony but plenty of storage.
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Cabin 7644
The room was in a great location - close to the elevator, but not too close. Deck 7 allowed us to take the stairs most places without too much walking. Great views, no obstructions, from the balcony.
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Cabin 8332
Great balcony cabin. Lots of room. Loads of storage space. Conveniently located.
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Cabin 8644

8644 - aft on the port side, a few cabins aft of the elevators and right below Windjammer so pretty conveniently located. GREAT view on Mexico cruise anyway. Port side you see the Mexico coastline going south (and going into port) and you get the sunshine on your balcony and the sunsets on your sea days going north

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Cabin 9310
Go West for a Rest West Vancouver Cruiser
Great forward hump starboard side balcony cabin. Easy access to Windjammer, internet, pools, etc. Cabin has a little extra room near the balcony door which is a handy place to store any over-sized luggage.
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Cabin 9310
The cabins on the "hump" on Voyager class ships offer a little extra space near the sliding door wall, which is an advantage. There is ample storage space for 1 week, but not much more. The bathroom is cramped, but adaquate. The shower has a sliding door rather than a curtain which is much better. Thre are no amenities provided except shampoo. The bed was comportable, but not great and you certainly need extra pillows (which are provided).
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Cabin 8248
Cabin was clean well cared for. No squeaky noises. Water pressure fine
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