Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom (A1): Nautica Cabin Reviews

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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom Cabins

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Located forward and aft on Decks 6, 7, and 8, these beautifully decorated 216-square-foot staterooms, with private balcony, offer a great vantage point for a last look at the stars before bedtime. Your choice of queen bed or two twins.

Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom (A1)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 7062
Nov 2016
The cabin was classed as concierge A1 and carried a price tag to match. In reality it was an average balcony stateroom that one would find on most cruise lines at a much lower cost.
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Cabin 7061
Nov 2016
very nice although the bathroom and shower were a little tight. toiletries were very nice and steward took good care of us
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Cabin 7077
Sep 2016
Perfectly adequate living area, good beds, just enough balcony for 4 (if you are good friends). Ship shows its age around the balcony doors, etc. - e.g. rust. Cramped entrance way with bathroom door and closet doors. We found lots of drawer and cupboard space and also used suitcases under the bed. Bathroom is cramped and shower stall would be very tight for larger people.
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Cabin 7063
May 2016
Lovely Small Ship By: nurse44
Standard size but bed was great.
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Cabin 7038
May 2016
Apr 2016
Worst Cruise Ever By: Hrothgar
Very well kept by cabin staff
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Cabin 7030
Jan 2016
Nicely finished, quite cramped as these cabins are on all the R-class ships. The concierge level upgrade is not really worth it.
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Dec 2015
Lots of Annoyances By: Zachary Alan
Tiny, almost no horizontal space for storage. Had to put our suitcases under the beds.
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Cabin 7115
Jun 2015
Watch out for bait and switch. By: johnsyoungerbrother
a little cramped (compared to Marina) but OK kept getting stuck in the back by the table stool instead of a chair with a back
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Cabin 7008
Feb 2012
No bathtub as promised, closet was adequate. Desk is too short in length, NOT ENOUGH ELECTRICAL OUTLETS!!!! Quiet end of the hallway, some motion being so close to the front but never a real problem,
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Cabin 7057
Sep 2011
Greet Islands Cruise By: davismaps
7057 - Great cabin. In the middle of the ship. Quiet and lots of living space. Could have used a little bigger closet.
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Cabin 7034
Jun 2011
A Great Time Was Had By All By: olympicoscar
The cabin was a little too small. Very limited storage space for a cruise this long. Nice balcony.
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Cabin 7007
Jun 2010
7007 - Has extra space as the area where a balcony would have been has been added to the interior, which makes the interior really large. In addition, there is a giant round picture window so you can see everything. We had our steward bring in 2 extra chairs, and we had private parties for our regular group (8 people) in our room, with snacks and drinks from room service!Same price as some "Outside" cabins with as much as 80 square feet smaller space.
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Cabin 7051
Jul 2009
Midship, convenient to both elevators...ideal location.  Ample interior with decent storage area. Comfortable bed.  Standard balcony.  Nicely furnished.
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