Our cabin was a balcony on the starboard(right-hand) side of the ship near the aft(rear) portion on deck eight, Veranda deck. It was an easy walk up to the buffet on Lido deck, one deck above. It was roomy, had a great bed, TV, much closet and drawer space, a 2-person couch and table. Along one wall was the TV, a dressing/mirror area, and three closets. Since it was a balcony cabin, two robes were provided. The bath had a good size shower stall, a hair dryer, toilet, sink and medicine cabinet; ample space for one person at any time.
The balcony was small but ample for two people, containing two deck chairs and a small table. The cabins location was quiet, had very little propeller vibration and was steady during heavy seas. Doors were narrow(20 inches).
The cruise lines' smoking policy prevents smoking in any stateroom, so those that must smoke and have balcony cabins do it on the balcony, much to the dissatisfaction of those none smokers(like us) that are downstream of that obnoxious smelling weed. Seems it would make more sense if one side were smoking, the other non-smoking.