Studio staterooms offer a full-size bed, lighted recess above the bed, a 26-inch television, bath with a separate sink and shower, window to view corridor, and private keycard access to the Studio complex and lounge.
Small but plenty of room for solo traveler. Two sliding door closets and plenty of shelf space. Baskets under the bed can also be used for storage. Shower is in the room but that's okay with me. Cabin was clean and every thing worked fine. Enough outlets for all my devices. Read entire member review >>
Loved the room. Hard to find this area at first. the room is tiny. A bed, sink in the wall, toilet closet and shower are separate. Sliding doors for hanging clothes. 2 baskets under bed that I didn't find until I was packing to go. Read entire member review >>
Perfectly adequate for 1 person - great storage & I overpack. I would have liked a drawer but just used the shelves. 1 solo traveler was complaining that the Breakaway studios are smaller than the Epic studios but he complained about everything. Even the lighting was great once I figured it all out. Read entire member review >>
The Studio is small but very well organized. It has ample space for a single traveler. My only regret is that it does not have a small refrigerator. The Studio cabins give you access to the Studio Lounge which has a coffee/espresso machine, juice, water available 24/7. In the morning there are pastries and muffins and cookies are available the rest of the day. It is a great place to mingle with the other solo travelers. Read entire member review >>
The Solo Studio was the size of small bedroom sans the dresser, replaced by a shower stall and the head. The shower was temperature controlled yet very small. Ample storage space for a single person, firm comfortable mattress, and small shelf for sitting on the edge of the bed to write on. There is no table and chair so there is no place to eat, yet exclusive access is provided to a common lounge area for a continental breakfast, snacks, and to mingle with other solo passengers. Ship's WiFi signal was good but Internet access was expensive. Few TV channels were available. Voicemail and automated wake-up calls are available. Read entire member review >>
Although hard to find at first since they are tucked away in an inside passageway, the studios are perfectly fine for one person. Certainly not luxurious - the room doesn't even come with a tissue box - but its fine to sleep in for a few hours a night. Read entire member review >>
Our room steward, Bagus, was actively cleaning every day and introduced himself from the first day on board the ship. The room was spotless and although small, space was very well used. The benefit of this cabin is that it lies just steps from the Studio Lounge. A great choice! Read entire member review >>
Studio was bigger than expected. Adequate for one person. Did not like the lack of a window. Could not tell when it was morning. Other than that it was good, and the studio lounge was convenient as it is equipped with a cappuccino machine, wine vending machine, cakes and cookies, water and orange juice,and beverage vending machine. Nice. Read entire member review >>
There is enough space in a studio for one person and the bed is very comfortable. This room however being close to the ice machine above that drops vast amounts of ice into a bucket every 15 mins 24/7 is not recommended. i could also hear crew members running up and down metal stairs. Also 11551 experienced the same noise problems and 11539 is next to a crew locker which is seriously noisy every morning. Read entire member review >>
It was small but hey how much space do you really need for one person and how long do you actually plan on spending in your room? I thought there was plenty of space and well lit plus the bed is very comfortable. I'm going back in October and will have another Studio room and hey those in the studio cabins have our own private lounge can't beat that perfect 10 Read entire member review >>
Very small but very efficient. Plenty of space for all of my things. Comfortable bed. Shower was too small though - I tended to shower down in the spa. Loved having access to the Studio Lounge for coffees and snacks. Read entire member review >>
I was on the end of a row which I thought would be quieter with only one neighbour. I was wrong. My room was right next to the Crew Locker door and every morning the trolley would come out and the noise it made going over the steel ramp was awful. I put earplugs in and I could still hear it. I heard a woman complaining on Guest Services about banging and crashing and she was on the 14th deck so I don't think it matters where you are. Read entire member review >>
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