Although an inside cabin this was big enough for us. There was a sofa as well as desk/dressing table and chair. A good shower with proper shower screen. There was enough space for our clothes. A kettle was in the cabin and the steward kept replenishing milk and tea. Read entire member review >>
Surprisingly roomy. The closet was big with plenty of hangers and permanent and fold down shelves. The mirrored "desk" area had storage drawers on each side, and the night stands also had drawers. The bathroom was nearly as big as my one at home. The rounded shower doors made it plenty big to move around without bumping into walls and fixtures. Read entire member review >>
This is a basic inside cabin located at the aft of the ship. Beds were comfortable, cabin steward was excellent. Refrigerator did not work properly and it took forever for hot water to come out of the sink. One day there was back flow in the shower and small drain behind the toilet, it was a dirt like substance and covered most of the floor. The cabin steward cleaned it up. I liked the cabin it is quiet towards the aft. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was what I expected it to be. Once there was some black substance that came out of the area beside the toilet and in the shower. The steward apologized for this and cleaned it up immediately. It was not waste (I think/I hope) but we put towels on the floor of the bathroom to not have to walk on it. It never happened again after that one time. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean and roomy. We had been on a Carnival cruise before so I was surprised at the size of our cabin. It seems bigger than Carnival. The three girls shared a room and there was also plenty of space for them. We enjoyed have the rooms connected. Michael took excellent care of us. Read entire member review >>
I was told that the whole ship, especially my stateroom had a total refurb in 2014. I saw little to no evidence of this. I had one of the new "virtual balcony" rooms. I must admit, the room was rather spacious for an interior room, which was great. Everyone that I showed the virtual balcony to, was amazed including myself. It was a pretty standard room. Bed was comfortable, good lighting, plenty of closet space, and it did have a fridge and safe. Read entire member review >>
A quiet room in the aft of the ship. Not a bad size. We had a hotel room in Florence that was smaller than our stateroom. Manuel was great with keeping the room clean, knowing us all by name, and always offering a warm hello. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 6209. It was an inside cabin. We had plenty of room. Our only complaint was a sewer like smell in the hallway. They could not get rid of the whole trip so we just walked faster in that area. Our room was quiet but, it was at the front of the ship. You could really feel a lot of movement and I got motion sick a few times. I would not suggest that area if you are prone to motion sickness. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was just fine and much larger than we had expected. The shower was quite small but was functional and adequate. The cleaning regime was second to none, I can't stress how impressed we were too much! Read entire member review >>
Because we were going to be gone for a total of 9 days (5 night cruise then 4 nights in Ft Lauderdale for Thanksgiving), we packed a lot. I was pleasantly surprised that we were able to unpack 4 large suitcases and a garment bag. The closet is very large and there are wire shelves inside of the closet to one side. There were plenty of drawers and cubby holes to store stuff. The bathroom even had a nice medicine cabinet and all of our toiletries fit with room to spare. The bed seemed bigger than a queen. Very comfortable. The only thing I would suggest to RCCL is invest in flat screen t.v.'s in the near future. This would free up some more space on the desk/vanity. Read entire member review >>
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