These spacious and exquisitely appointed 150- to 165-sqaure-foot staterooms offer the comfort of queen or two twin bed accommodations, comfortable seating area, vanity desk and a breakfast table. Ocean views are available from a choice of a porthole (Category D located on Deck 3) or panorama window with obstructed views (Category E located mid-ship on Deck 6). Please note: Category E measures 143 square feet and has no sofa.
Cabin smaller than expected, (4 deck ocean view), shower minuscule and wardrobes were not deep enough to take the length of a clothes hanger.
Very clean and two attendants friendly helpful and hard working.
Bed and sheets comfortable and luxurious.
Plenty of towels and toiletries.
Complimentary soft drinks and water. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was pretty standard for a cruise ship. The bathroom was small especially the shower, but that's how they are on cruise ships. Our cabin steward was very friendly and did a fabulous job keeping our room made up. Read entire member review >>
3003 - Located mid-ship, starboard side just above water line with a porthole. Can only access stateroom from aft elevators, so when gangway is located on deck 3 forward, you need to go up to deck 4, cross over and then down in order to disembark. However, it was very convenient when the gangway was located on Deck 4 aft. The stateroom was 165 sq. ft. and nicely outfitted with a loveseat, glass oval table and comfortable queen or twin beds with frette linens. There was a large shelf area under the porthole and plenty of closet and drawer space. Small but adequate flat screen TV and small refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks and a pay for use mini bar and an electronic safe. Bathroom was small but adequate with a "hugging" shower curtain. It was located in a very quiet area near the crew quarters. Read entire member review >>
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