Our cabin was showing a few signs of wear and tear but was still pleasant and airy and everything worked well. There was a reasonable amount of space in the cabin and the balcony, with plenty of storage and hanging space.
The balconies in this cabin grade on Aurora are slightly enclosed and attract criticism from some reviewers, but we find them all right and it does mean they are less draughty than some. The bathroom has adequate space, but the bath itself is very small and best used for showering and for soaking feet after a tiring day's sightseeing.
The cabin was well-equipped, with television, telephone, safe, fridge, hairdrier, well-lit triple mirrors in cabin and bathroom, tea and coffee making equipment and supplies, biscuits, sweets, flowers and two small bottles of water, the last two items being provided only once at the start of the cruise.
The cabin was well-located for the Orangery self-service restaurant, the Crow's Nest lounge, the Crystal and Riviera pools and the spa and fitness facilities. It is not on a route used by large numbers of passengers, and the occasional passage of a few ship's officers en route to the bridge makes it feel a little special.
We found the cabin and its facilities and location perfectly adequate for our 17-night cruise.