Up to four guests can stay in these Oceanview Staterooms. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding that sleep two more, as well as a porthole to enjoy the view.
I was unnecessarily concerned about the tiny room I booked! The location was quiet and convenient to the elevators.The room had ample room for everything we brought. There was a cute little mini bar, a vanity and chair, a small desk, good-sized television, and the bathroom was extremely well laid-out. The toilet, sink area & shower were all separate. The water got hot fast, the water pressure was great. Not a complaint I could think of about the small porthole cabin. Read entire member review >>
Its is a cozy cabin but was absolutely fine for my husband and myself. This the first time on Deck 4. Plus was it was easy to go to port and come back. Even though was quite forward, I did not feel as much as the movement as when we had been on higher deck. On the flip side could hear the engine when we were taking on the port. There was some incident when a passenger / crew was sick on our way back and ship made a quick unscheduled stop at cozumel and I woke up 'ze of the noise. It was not bad at all under any circumstance. Just a small vibration. I am a mom so i am a very light sleeper. My hubby did not wake up at all.... We had more than enough storage space. Read entire member review >>
The room was small, but had adequate storage and a desk with mirror as well as a table with a stool. The mattress quality was atrocious! All movement can be felt in this cabin; we woke up several nights due to the movement. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was super small, the tiniest one we've ever been in! Or at least, it felt that way. Usually even the inside cabins have a small sofa, which makes the cabin feel longer. Our cabin was missing the sofa, and we asked the staff to remove an extra table to give us a little more room to move about. The porthole was cool, especially since you can close the door on it and seal it off to give you zero sunlight if you like to sleep in. The bathroom was very tight as well, an exterior storage closet for staff supplies cut into our cabin at an angle, leaving little room for your knees while on the throne.Oh, and the tender contraptions are a few floors away, but pretty much directly below the cabin, so you will hear noise on tender port days. Read entire member review >>
Nice size room on in the forward starboard side on deck 5. room had a port hole window that provided all the view we needed, we spent allot of time on deck enjoying the views. The bed was very comfortable, shower and sink exceeded expectations. Toilet could have used a couple more inches of leg room. Everything in the cabin was working and in great condition. Read entire member review >>
Nice location, easy to find, nice bath, shower separate glass enclosed, as is toilet from sink. Wonderful Memory Foam topped mattress. Only thing missing is a lighted mirror, RCC ships provide this. Lighting is room is inadequate for reading in bed, or doing make-up, especially if you are over 25 years of age and wear glasses.Wonder closet space and adequate hangers. Read entire member review >>
4522 - shower kept backing up, took a while for it to drain. Small port hole, rather than big window for oceanview.
4524 - adjoining door to 4522 (kept kids in this one). Still small port hole for window, but not big deal. Very close to elevators, but not noisy at all. Read entire member review >>
5002 had sheets changed once! Where were the towel animals? Had to close the toilet seat to flush the toilet. Carpet never vacuumed. Where was housekeeping? Great location. Read entire member review >>
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