Small but perfectly formed!
Being on a ship the cabin was small but they maximized the use of the space very well. The kids slept above us in beds which folded away during the day. Read entire member review >>
Standard Oceanview cabin with a large round window.
We were travelling as a family of 4 and unusually we had the main bed made up a double (next to the window) with the bunks on either side above it.
Bathroom small but at least shower has a door rather than a flimsy curtain.
Storage good for a cabin of only 160 sq ft. Read entire member review >>
We decided to try an ocean-view cabin this trip in lieu of our usual balcony cabin. The cabin was small (160sq.ft.) , but had plenty of storage. The first disappointment was the safe; much smaller than those encountered in past years. There was no room for my camera, just small personal items like wallets. The window was big enough, but above the head of the bed limiting the view out. The TV was small but serviceable. The bed was extra-firm and not particularly comfortable; the pillows were the thinnest imaginable. The shower was very small, and the toiletries were limited to shampoo in a dispenser and hotel bar soap. Our cabin attendant Howard was extremely helpful and made our cabin experience as good as could be. Cabin pictures are uploaded. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was just as expected except, I thought in the picture that the outside cabin should have a sofa but it only had a chair. Could have used a little more room but not really bad. We were only there to sleep and change cloths anyway. Very clean and laid out nice. it was located on the 3rd floor and I really liked this location. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 3562 with an ocean view. It is on a quiet hallway towards a dead-end, so foot traffic was minimal. I could hear music from the theater sometimes, but by 10 p.m. everything was quiet. I think the shuffleboard on deck 4 must be above the room because at times I could hear something rolling around. We wear earplugs at night, so it wasn't an issue. The room was normal size for a cruise with two drop down Pullman beds for the kids. No obvious problems with the room...clean, quiet, all electrical plugs worked and it didn't smell! Our stateroom attendant Tanoe was amazing and very attentive to the kids. He was quick to clean the rooms, make the beds, and tidy the bathrooms. Read entire member review >>
In a nutshell.. our adjoining door allowed much noise to pass through. We literately could hear most any conversation next door. If not for that, I would have rated the room as excellent, instead of graciously giving it a very good. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine, clean and well-appointed. Only disappointment was we had an aft corner cabin on Celebrity and and it was airy and located right at the aft with no obstructions. On the Navigator, our aft cabin had a semi-circular part of the ship outside, enclosing all the cabins, plus part of the ship's superstructure enclosed that, essentially seriously detracting from the pleasure of an aft cabin. Bottom line--no more aft cabins on RCCL. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was always kept nice by our attendant Glen. It was actually much bigger than we anticipated it being and our great attendant would always make sure that our wine bottles were chilled in ice and he would always dig out our excursion tickets and other show ticket and place them in the most obvious spots after cleaning the room to make sure that we never missed a show or appointment. Excellent views from out the porthole window of the sunrise and wake from the ship cruising. Read entire member review >>
Well set out. Shower doors and not "sticky" curtains, very good storage. we had a front facing cabin and really enjoyed the marvellous sweeping view to both sides of the ship from our room. Great coming into ports. Would try and book it again. No noise, excellent insulation. (cabin 7502) Read entire member review >>
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