Our cabin was quiet and overall very acceptable. Unfortunately, it was perpetually on the warmish side, 72 to 74 degrees at the coolest with the thermostat cranked as low as it could possible go for the entire cruise. On most every other ship we've been on, cranking the thermostat to the coldest position would have frozen all but the most cold-blooded cruisers, but not this cabin. I typically sleep with the thermostat set on 69 to 70, so this made sleeping only marginally comfortable for me. On the days we left the curtains to the veranda open, the room was intolerably hot and took hours to cool down. We only made that mistake once! We often noted that our hallway was cooler than our room. We put in a several requests to the front desk staff asking if they could lower the room temperature any, but it wasn't something they could apparently fix. The front desk staff checked on us continually and even sent us a bottle of champagne to help cool us off. Still, their efforts didn't result in solving the problem.