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10 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. (211 sq. ft.)

Large Oceanview Stateroom (F)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 8 | Deck 9
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Cabin 2252/2254
our cabins were adjoining and were on one of the very private hallways on the bottom at the front of the ship. Our Cabin Steward Daron Bobb Semple was great. The cabins were in oustanding condition. Everything worked just fine. He was all over taking good car of us. We love the quietness of being in an area where there is so little foot traffic. The beds were comfortable and the pillows did their jobs.
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Cabin 3726
Very nice cabin, just around the corner from the Saphire Dining room 1st level, and close to the elevator and stairs, entertainment rooms above us but we never were disturbed with any noise of any kind. Hop on the elevator to deck 11 and you are there at the Windjammer and pool deck. Room service was prompt, food was hot and what we expected...beats cooking and cleaning up at home! Nice to leave the room and come back with your bed made....
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Cabin 6502
We were in 6502, an outside cabin (category F) on Deck 6. This cabin faces forward, toward the bow, with a view of the helipad. The head of the bed is against a side wall, leaving enough space beyond the bed to look out the window. It was something new for us to look out the window and see where the ship was going. I preferred this view to the side facing cabins we stayed in on previous cruises. A sign near the window explained that we had to close the curtains at night in order keep the bow dark so the bridge officers could steer the ship. I liked this room. The walk to the elevators was not too long, and the forward elevators seemed less crowded than the aft ones. Being on Deck 6, it was only one flight of stairs down to the Promenade. On Navigator of the Seas, the cafe is at the forward end the Promenade, which was very convenient. The room was quiet, and there were no issues with the plumbing or the ventilation.
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we were on the third deck, oceanview cabin, no balcony. The location is near the theatre but the rooms are very quiet! There are no inside cabins in this corridor. The only downside, this part of deck three does not go through to the centrum. In order to get to the other side of the ship you must go up to deck 4, walk through the casino, which reeks of smoke, (they do not care about the kids cutting through the casino)and then go back to deck three if your dining deck is on three. If you are going to the Windjammer, you can go directly to deck 11, but then you will walk through the Solarium, the pool area and then come out at the Windjammer. Nevertheless, we don't mind walking and we do love the lower deck.
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Cabin 7202
Cabin 7202 was great! You're all the way in the front of the ship, where you can look down to the prow. You could see though, that the ship is not the newest one. Little negative points include a tiny shower, a hair dryer that has to be plugged in (a normal one), hard to open drawers, the 0 key on the telephone almost doesnt work. These points are just tiny problems that almost didnt affect the cruise at all. The cabin was still great especially the huge bed and the interactive TV!
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Cabin 7682
This is one of the largest non-balcony cabins on this class of ship. There are only eight of these (four on deck six and four on deck seven). Very quiet and close to all dining venues via elevator. Some distance from the fitness center and theater, however but definitely not an issue.
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