Located 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.
The cabin is average size for a balcony cabin these days - about 215 sf. There is enough room to store clothes and things, but you wouldn't think it initially. It might be good if they added a few wall hooks to hang miscellaneous clothes on in the stateroom (belts, sweaters, hats), but it's not a serious drawback.
The bathroom shower is a little small. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small but everything fit. Bathroom was minute. We had the opportunity to upgrade to concierge level but it wasn't worth the extra money-the cabin and bathroom were the same size and the amenities-who cares about a blanket and bag? A veranda is always nice and we usually get one but next time we will have to reassess the weather as we hardly used it because it was cold early on in the cruise. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is small, and the bathroom is smaller. I would book something bigger if you are tall or large. We aren't but our traveling companions are 6'5" and 5'8" and he didn't really fit in the shower because he couldn't bend over to reach his legs. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful bed, desk and love seat, two closets (big enough for a 30 day cruise with climate changes). Veranda with two chairs and a table, very nice place to read. Very small bathroom, with shower stall too small, one sink and adequate storage space. Lots of mirrors. Refrigerator with free soft drinks and cash bar. Refilled as we traveled. Excellent stewardess and steward, with two daily cleanings, and chocolates on the pillows. Read entire member review >>