Through reviews on Cruise Critic, and after seeing online photos, I decided that cabin 7666 would be perfect. It is a junior suite in the far aft starboard corner of the ship. It is a tad smaller than the other JS's, but has a very large walk in closet with tons of hangers and drawers, and a very large wrap around balcony that has both aft and starboard views. The balcony included three chairs, two tables, and two chaise loungers, which were perfect for private sunning, and morning dining. The bathroom has a full sized tub/shower combination, a hair dryer, and an assortment of soaps, shampoos, lotions, and the like. The cabin furniture was in good shape, and included the bed, sleeper sofa, an upholstered char, coffee table, two end tables, and the desk/vanity. There is a refrigerator under the tv which was loaded with four large bottles of Evian, and six cans of assorted cola's intended to serve as the mini bar, but the fridge is large enough to put a few extra things in, and didn't include a warning not do to so. The air conditioning in the room is a little erratic. We didn't adjust it for the first couple of days, however, the temperature fluctuated quite a bit, which could have been due to opening and closing of the balcony slider, and the taking of hot showers, but it seemed like it took a long time to recover. The cabins were ready by the promised time on embarkation day, which I believe was around 1:30. Our cabin attendant Ollie was rarely ever seen, but he was very courteous and called us by name when we did see him, and we never wanted for anything. The cabin was always well cared for!