The cabin was small but efficiently arranged. Storage room was more than sufficient. It was quiet and the air stayed fresh. We had a small sofa and a chair by the desk area. The bed was adequate. Read entire member review >>
A very small internal cabin. One relaxing chairs or two. When the beds were joined there was barely enough room to move.
Clean bathroom and cabin.
Tried to upgrade but told there was a full ship with nothing available. Read entire member review >>
Rooms basic but clean - plenty of room for storage - we left a full case of shoes in the bottom of the wardrobe - I took 10 pairs.Tea and milk provided (no coffee). Basic small bar soap. Soap dispenser in shower. Hairdryer. 2 Hand towels, 2 bath towel and 2 face clothes. Extra toilet roll.Rooms tidied and towels changed morning and night by friendly attendant.
Mini fridge - not included in packages but good for storing own water.
Our disappointment that our room was noisy - they came to look at it 3 times but said it was the air conditioning system that was new.
Friendly attendant. Read entire member review >>
Had a handicap accessible room.
Much better than I was expecting. Able to accommodate scooter in the room, rather than having to park it outside in the corridor.
The bathroom was heaven, didn't have to worry about tripping, falling or slipping. Had a seat in the shower which was so needed and plenty of rails (thankyou). Hand held shower head was great.
Standard RC decor, but was so thrilled with the space I didn't really mind. Read entire member review >>
Very quiet. Good storage, but little room for a larger suitcase. If not necessary to sleep together, I would recommend separating the beds. The queen was hard to get into when you are older and less limber! Read entire member review >>
Too much furniture for the size of the cabin. Would have been enough room if some of the furniture was removed. For example: the coffee table was in the way. The two beds pushed together gave no room to walk at the sides of the bed without knocking your shins on the corners. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was arranged with double bed and the space was too small between bed and end of sofa. I bruised my leg a number of times. Lots of space to put things. Good closet space. It is a very noisy cabin due to having a cupboard attached to it. Noise was constant but particularly annoying early in the morning whilst trying to have a lie in. Read entire member review >>
The cabin feels and looks small and dated. The coffee table, although a nice touch is always in the way and should be removed. The cabin does have enough packing space but you can not open the wardrobe or access the wardrobe if you have the bathroom door open. I would not recommend this cabin for more than 2 people even though it does have a foldaway couch bed as well. Read entire member review >>
Location of cabin was good. Bed firm and a little uncomfortable, but not too bad. Desk area ample. Television small and poor quality. Couch good for two. Table nice. Closet space ample. Storage ample. Bathroom clean and comfortable but the light switch is outside (kept forgetting that, found myself in the dark more than once). Room clean and accessible, not too noisy, very comfortable for the size. Mini-bar fridge would not get cold though. Mini-bar never refilled. Read entire member review >>
We had an interior cabin that faced the promenade. You can see directly into these windows from across the ship, so you MUST close the curtains to get dressed (unless you want others to see you naked). Drawer space in here is tight. Just 4 tiny, angled drawers in one corner. The noise from the Promenade was not a problem. We could hear it, but it didn't affect sleep or anything. We were on the 8th floor. Our rooms looked out over the purser's desk. This was a great location. Close to the elevators and the dining room. Read entire member review >>
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