My daughter's cabin was sufficient for sleeping in but not very roomy particularly when the extra bed was made up. The balcony was needed if any time was spent relaxing in the cabin. Our cabin was an adapted one and had everything we needed and room for the two wheelchairs (one manual and one powered) which were used during the trip. The only thing was that the door into the bathroom was not powered and the carer needed to be present to enable the wheelchair user to enter. All other bathrooms on the ship had push button entry doors - why not in the cabins? We overlooked the Boardwalk and my daughter overlooked Central Park - neither cabins were disturbed by noise. Soundproofing is excellent.