My only complaint on this cabin is that the bed was 4 inches from the closet opening. It made it very difficult to get in and out of the closet, especially when my husband was sleeping it was hard not to wake him when I would try to get in there, I'm not sure who thought up this configuration but the bed really should be moved. It doesn't change the experience because we did not spend a whole lot of time in the room but it made a difference on formal night when we could've used the space. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was a comfortable size and in a good location. Sound can be heard through the walls so it would be nice to let people know in case they don't want to be overheard. Also guest should be respectful and not slam door or allow their children to run down the hallways. Read entire member review >>
I always book an inside, 7535, not just because I’m cheap (!) but also I actually don’t spend much time in my cabin, it was very pleasant and our attendant Oscar was very pleasant to talk with and very meticulous, got us extra pillows and ice every evening. The inside cabin had a LOT of storage, the showers were great but whatever happened to the days when you had lotion and shower gel and conditioner? There was one generic shower gel in the shower, so definitely bring your toiletries with you. They do not provide kits for toothbrushes etc (I forgot mine) but you can buy them at the gift shop. I did have one observation about the so called “balcony cabins” facing the Central Park or Boardwalk, I would rather have an inside, it seems that it would be extremely loud not just from the park or boardwalk but also from the pool deck above. I don’t know if anyone can recommend these cabins but I would find it irritating to listen to all the noise from these public areas. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very big. The contemporary furnishings such as night stands and bathroom storage is a bad joke considering the older ships. Ever try to get out of an armless chair with artificial hips, knees, and rods in your back. It's not pretty to look at neither fun to attempt. !Cabin steward was a sweetheart ! Read entire member review >>
I can't remember the exact room but we were on the 8th floor right near Central Park. The room was big enough to get around but didn't leave too much extra space. We didn't really need it seeing as we only ever slept in our room. Our stateroom attendant was absolutely wonderful! Nothing was ever amiss or forgotten. He was always there to say good morning and ask if we needed anything. Financially the interior stateroom is great because it tends to be cheaper. The only downside is that it's SO dark you won't have any idea what time of day it is or what the weather is like outside. Read entire member review >>
The 2 only complaints regarding the cabin: safe should be bigger, to fit a laptop. I think it only fits an iPad. And the movie selection on the Portuguese channel of the TV was really poor. we only had The Amazing Spider Man and The Dark Knight Rises rotating in a proportion of 70% Spiderman and 30% Batman. And from Day 7 to the end of the cruise: premiere and non-stop runs of "Disembarkation Instructions".. Since wife does not speak english, we pretty much abandoned TV on the cruise (which is good from a switch-off perspective). Our stateroom attendant was William. He was really outstanding! Always smiling, ready to help and quick to answer our demands. Space was more than enough for a couple or a couple with 1 kid, Read entire member review >>
Large interior room, quiet, good location for all ship activities. Night light feature in bathroom at night. Little hard to get around the bed it is a king. We felt the bathroom was larger and nicer than our prior 3 RC cruises. Could barely feel the sway of the ship in the room. Electric plugs under the mirror in the main cabin, not too hard to access. Appeared our room was equal in size to oceanview rooms and we like the darkness for sleeping. Read entire member review >>
deck 7, inside cabin 7273. It is in a quiet location, I did not hear the engine or entertainment noise.
Closet is small. There is no place to hang dresses or long pants in the closet. Cabin is small and will not be suitable for people who has a lot of luggages( more than 2) Read entire member review >>
We loved our cabin. Easy access to everywhere, close to elevators and stairs but we never heard any noise from that area. The only real noise was when someone would close their cabin doors as they all had the tendency to slam shut. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6149 was a handicap room. Very large, bathroom large not a lot of cabinet space, but it was adequate for us. We were next to the Vitality Spa and it was very quiet. Closet space was good I had plenty of room to put our thing. Suitcases fit nicely under the bed. Interactive TV was awesome. Plenty of plugs for us. Regular rooms I would suggest you bring a power strip with you. Read entire member review >>
Great location no noise above or below us, more space then on any other cruise ship. Closet space was a little limited. The shower seemed a little bigger then usual with a nice bar to put your foot when shaving your legs. Read entire member review >>
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