Cabin 9112 Starboard. There have been a lot of threads regarding the deck 9 bathroom and how old they were. Our bathroom may have been the exception. It was clean and appeared to have been refurbished. The upgraded shower was nice but did not impress me as much as other posters have indicated. There are glass doors that open in barn-door style. These doors do open both ways helping to keep the water off the floor when leaving the shower. I liked that. The mirror is heated and does not fog.
There have also been posts about noise from the deck above. We did not experience any noise either in our cabin or on our balcony.
The view from the balcony was great. If you looked straight down you would see the top of a life boat; however, being on deck 9 your eyes were naturally drawn past that and out to sea.
Lots of storage room. One tip that I learned on Cruise Critic was to store the suitcases under the bed. LOTS of room there. We stored three 28 in suitcases and a garment bag there without problem. We moved the robes to make more room for clothes in the closet (did I mention the 3 LARGE suitcases?) and with the drawers under the safe had plenty of room.
Our room steward (Muhamad) did a good job. We barely saw him but things were clean and well kept.
A note about docking in Bermuda: We cruised the Summit to Bermuda in 2010 and had a starboard cabin. At that time the ship docked so that our balcony faced the bay. This was very nice and beautiful. I purposely booked a starboard cabin this time for that reason. The ship docked this time so that our starboard cabin faced the port. A nice surprise for us. We enjoyed this different perspective of Bermuda and watching the activity was fun; especially as we watched the last two people running to catch the ship 5 minutes before we departed. Needless to say they were very popular and were met by applause and cheering from the many balconies.
The best review of the cabin that I can give is to say that I will request this very cabin for our future cruises.