We found our way to our stateroom, no. 7047, it was just behind the penthouse. The suite was a spacious 380 sqf inside and had a 130 sqf verandah. The bathroom consisted of a jetted tub; separate shower stall with curtain, toilet and double sinks, there was a walk-through closet area with ample storage and an abundance of hangars, there is an in-room safe, the laundry and pressing service was complimentary and unlimited when staying in a deluxe verandah suite, a definate benefit. Elmis amenities were provided. The living area had a three-seater angled sofa and two armchairs, there was a splendid study area facing out of the window with a lot of desk space, there was small flatscreen television, we ordered a mariner bouquet of flowers costing US$60 which decorated the room substantially. The bed was most comfortable, a Sealy Posturepedic Euro-Top mattress, there were many pillows. The double sofabed sagged slightly, it was not very sleep provocative. The verandah was spacious and featured two lounge chairs with ottomans, a small table, two chairs and a high table, there were glass fronted railings. The minibar was very affordable, only US$2 for a soft drink. On arrival we were given a bottle of imitation Champagne and a bottle of Voss water which probably cost more. 7047 is in a good location to the forward lift lobby, there are no sounds from above, as above is another floor of staterooms and not a public facility, it is a few steps from the Neptune Lounge and there are not many easily audiable sounds from the corridor.