Bathroom is more crowded with the sliding doors to the shower (good) and the toilet (not so good). Plenty of drawer, shelf and hanging spaces. Why do ships put the hair dryer on the right? I use a brush in my right hand and dryer in my left. The cord is always in the way! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was comfortable. The shower was very large for a cabin of this size. The shower not only had very ample room, but the water pressure was fantastic. Our commode was clogged an entire day however, requiring a second call to a supervisor to have maintenance repair. Read entire member review >>
The balcony cabin was much smaller than the big ships and the pull down bunk opened in front of the balcony slider. You had to limbo under the bed to get to the balcony when it was pulled down. This was very annoying and a very bad design. Read entire member review >>
I actually couldnt fault the cabin in any way. to me it seemed spacious and airy and we loved having a balcony. the bathroom was large with separate toilet and shower. 3 of us including a 6ft 4 teenager had a very comfortable week here Read entire member review >>
It's true...cabins are smaller then Carnival & RCCL (only two lines we have cruised on) but not a deal breaker for us. Bed was good and we could adjust room temp from warm to cool. I froze my husband as I need the room to be on the cooler side when I sleep. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 10644, which was a wheelchair accessible balcony on the port side, aft. The cabin was near the elevator bank, but it was very quiet. This cabin was a little smaller than similar cabins on other ships, but it was very comfortable. There was plenty of storage, and everything in the room looked well maintained. There were two 110 outlets on the vanity, and two on the wall by the far side. Our balcony had two upright chairs and a small table and was average sized. Read entire member review >>
Spacious-- it slept 4 of us well. Beds were comfortable. The sleeper made into a bed for the girls and a curtain divided us. We had a king sized bed. The bathroom was huge for a cruise. The balcony was nice. We liked having light. Read entire member review >>
This is a handicap cabin, right next to the aft elevator bank. It is still relatively quiet. Beware the panic buttons - one on the wall next to the bed, one on the wall under the light switch by the door. The door one is easy to hit when trying to turn on the lights in the dark. Trust me.
The balcony had two chairs and a small table. There is room to get around, but it is not a large balcony. Still, it is very comfortable for two people.
The shower is a large walk-in shower, since it is a handicap room. The bathroom is spacious.
There is a lot of closet and drawer space, with plenty of hangers. There were robes in our room. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was the furthest starboard aft balcony. The room was exactly as we'd had before - small but cozy. Funny enough it had the best TV reception and channels of any cruise we've had so far. Balcony was small and was slightly impeded due to the hull. Read entire member review >>
I must say that the cabin was nice. Rudolpho our stuard was exceptional. He kept the room clean everything filled all the towels that we need it and always asked if we wanted anything else or needed anything else. It seemed as though the best area to be in for the cruise, for me, would be my room because the service person was so nice and made sure that the room was very comfortable for me. Read entire member review >>
Very small cabins, almost impossible for two people to move around in (and we're not that large). Small but adequate bathrooms. The bed was comfortable. Some maintenance issues around lighting needed to be addressed. The steward was very accommodating and helpful. Read entire member review >>
Cozy but comfortable. Nice storage options. Pressure cleaned the balcony in each port. Did not like the heavy comforter since it was too hot, and the bed skirt was not pristine upon arrival and was not replaced as we left, although we mentioned it. Laundry "special" was $20 for a small bag, so we planned to wash out undies and tees as needed. 17 days requires a lot of clothing so we were very happy to not have to dress up for dinner, although we saw quite a few heels and dresses and jackets. A drying line was already available in the shower. Hard-wired hair dryer was great. Read entire member review >>
Fairly standard, No bin in bathroom , when I asked the steward for one he said mine was Being Painted !!
Seemed to be doing a lot of maintainance on the balconies, filling in holes and painted. Read entire member review >>
10506 was a great spot as long as the neighbors were not out on their balcony - they were so loud had to go inside and shut the door. The room was very quiet and nice size. This was my first time with a balcony - it was nice. Read entire member review >>
Cabin # 10130 Balcony
Cabin a little smaller than what we were used to. Hair dryer not in bathroom...not enough room.
Water pressure in Bath good. adequate shower.
Bed very comfortable
Balcony adequate - good location on ship - quiet - clean
Tv very small and OLD - 1 English channel BBC Read entire member review >>
Beds not that comfortable. Small balcony. Small cabin. Everything we needed was provided, however. Quiet location. On the last night a smoker smoked in the balcony and her smoke came into our cabin. Also, sometimes, in the morning, a guest with a hacking cough would cough on her balcony and talk to someone inside her cabin, and the sound clearly was heard from our balcony. It was a little annoying but didn't happen often enough to ruin our cruising experience. Read entire member review >>
We liked our balcony cabin. Sure it was small but we weren't in it very much. There was adequate storage. Didn't like the old time TV. We liked being aft near the elevators. Would have liked conditioner in addition to the shampoo. Read entire member review >>
Very small balcony, not much storage space for clothing and belongings, very small balcony, small bathroom/especially the toilet area. Small room in comparison to other cruise ships, the room was smaller than some inside rooms on other cruise ships. Read entire member review >>
Nice good sized cabin with nice balcony. Quiet, although the cleaning crew sometimes made too much noise early in the morning. We were almost right at mid ship on the 9Th floor, which is perfect for anyone having problems with seasickness, which my husband sometimes experiences. Read entire member review >>
No complaints on deck 10 with a balcony. We didn't hear a ton of noise from other rooms or the hall, I got a whiff of cigarette smoke ever so often. The rooms are pretty much the same as other cruises. I liked that they had a white duvet instead of those thin bed spreads. Storage was fine, I kind of wish I'd brought a cheap $2 pack of hangers. We had a nice bathroom with a separate door for shower and toilet with the vanity in the middle, which is different than our other cruise and was a nice touch. Room service feature is nice but maybe not as efficient as possible. Our room was always very dusty and I'm a clean freak so I would rate is a 3 for cleanliness but that's just me being too white glove clean. Read entire member review >>
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