Very Small for a so called Family Cabin upgrade. Very Mundane, No drawer handles or door knobs, just a hole. Small Balcony, which we couldn't use for 2. 1/2 days due to wet varnish. No bath robes or slippers. No Coffee making in the cabin only tea, when I asked if we could have some coffee we were told you have to go to a coffee station 3 decks down. Read entire member review >>
Deck 3 AFT three doors from the Elevators – Awesome area, great for immediate access to dining rooms, elevators, casino etc. We liked it so much we are booked next year on the same ship same room. As I mentioned before there was a slight room problem that RCCL failed to alert us of. They have staterooms that are POWER EFFICIENT meaning there is a trigger Pocket below the light switch that when activated it allows your lights to turn on and off. If you don’t place the cards into the slot the correct way your lights will not work. Well it took us a few days before someone finally explained it to us (Guest Services) although we felt silly we laughed quite hard about it because we were sure there was an issue with our room’s electric. So check with your State Room Attendant and ask if you have such a room – I think they are retrofitting these rooms a little at a time. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in good condition, clean and spacious enough for 2 adults. The beds were comfortable enough and the pillows were ok. We would have liked some more outlets and our toilet didn't flush well. Read entire member review >>
Deck 7 forward on Navigator of the Seas is unfortunately affected by sewage issues. The cabin itself, however, is extremely spacious. We traveled with three adults and this cabin felt more like a large hotel room than a cruise ship cabin. The double pull out couch was actually comfortable. It has a separate bunk room which would make it perfect for a family with small children. Being at the front of the ship, it is susceptible to pitching during rough weather, but the view from the two front windows overlooking the helipad is great. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was great as far as size and layout are concerned. So much room compared to oceanview rooms we've had in the past, but there were also five of us, so we really needed the space. The older kids loved having their little bunk bed cubby and there was plenty of room to tuck the baby's crib out of the way over by the windows. We removed all the purchasable snacks and drinks from the mini fridge and kept milk and our bottle of wine in there. The bed and pillows were horribly uncomfortable, though. The bathroom was small, but worked fine. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small and not clean upon our arrival. There was also some initial confusion over the bed arrangement. The pillows were terrible and so flat we had to ask for more to stack upon each other. The bathroom was fine (one person at a time of course) and the shower door was a welcome addition. There was not enough storage space for 4 people to unpack all of their things. The cabin was quiet and the location very convenient to the theatre and the 4th and 5th floors. Read entire member review >>
We really liked the location of our room. It is at the end of a short hallway so the traffic in the hall is minimal. There is a public bathroom at the other end of the hall that was convenient if the one in our room was in use. The metropolis theater is also at that end of the hall. We liked that it was just a short stair climb up two floors to reach the Promenade deck and the Dining Hall. Our porter was so nice and always left a cute towel or arranged my daughter's stuffed animal in a sweet pose. Read entire member review >>
We were in one of the Family rooms which was excellent - very large, separate sleeping area for the two bunk beds and a curtain to separate off the double bed from the sofa bed. I'd thoroughly recommend this room to any family of 5 or 6. Read entire member review >>
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