We booked late and as there were only 2 balcony cabins left we were offered the Disabilities cabin. When I looked at the deck plan I saw that this cabin is about twice the size of the other balcony cabins, this meant the balcony was nearly twice the size and so was the ensuite. It also meant the windoes were wider and allowed more light into the room which is a plus, we sleep with the curtains open. I think because it is a larger room that there may also be more cupboard space. The room is a little tired and very basic but it was clean and nothing seemed to need repairs (I understand it is going in for a refit soon). There was soap and a container of liquid on the wall in the shower which I took to be shampoo but we used our own. Tissues are supplied and a hairdryer. You may need to take an adapter for wall plugs and there is only one in the cabin area near the desk for the hairdryer. The shower has a shower curtain but it was a large shower probably for the use of wheelchairs. I had read that the sofa can be uncomfortable but ours was just fine. The TV was an old style (who cares).
There is 3 chairs and a table on the balcony. The location was just around the corner from the elevators. The room was very quiet and we didn't hear ANY noise during the day or night. Just be aware that neighbours can hear every word you say when you are on your balconies. We enjoyed our room.