Two lower beds convertible to 1 king-size bed, bathroom with dual sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath, shower and additional shower stall, large sitting area, dressing room, private verandah, 1 sofa bed for 2 persons, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 500â€“712 sq. ft. including verandah.
Cabin was a little cramped for a Neptune Suite because of the location/configuration. Cabin is a rear-corner cabin with a huge wrap-around deck. Loved the improved bed lighting. Was a little disappointed in the total lack of shelf space in the bathroom. Previous side cabinets have been replaced by a single central drawer. Otherwise the new look in the bathroom is very nice. The cabin is a long way from the Neptune Lounge but we did not find this to be an issue - others might. Read entire member review >>
Lovely, large cabin with private veranda. Large king size bed with large bathroom and sitting area. Couch and two chairs for watching TV. Plenty of room to move around or just to relax. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin had just been redone during the recent dry dock. Very pleasant color scheme. There was lots of closet and drawer storage. The balcony was about 16 feet long with a table & 4 chairs and two other chairs with foot rests. Our stewards were very attentive. The cabin was just a short walk to the elevators or stairs. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was wonderful. So much room and storage.Our stateroom attendants were Putu and Nyoman and they could have not been nicer or more helpful. We had a lovely veranda and they opened up the partition so we could access my brother in laws suite from the veranda. Sitting on the veranda while touring the Inside Passage was magical. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was towards the rear of mid ship which was a good location given the rough seas. The room was great - especially loved the double sink washroom. Probably our biggest negative was the location of the TV - fine for viewing from the couch but definitely not able to watch it in bed comfortably.
The carpet was worn, looking dirty due to age. The patio deck furniture looked distressed but I'm not sure that wasn't deliberate. Loved the dual seating with foot stools - unfortunately due to poor weather we didn't get to use them much. Read entire member review >>
Our room was great. The balcony was nice, but I wish we had at least one lounge chair instead of 2 chairs with ottomans. We were mid-ship which was very convenient. We were the third room down from the elevators, but they were all Deluxe Veranda Suites so it was a little bit of distance. Very quiet location. Great closet space, too! Read entire member review >>
Absolutely loved the cabin, great balcony, great view. No noise at all, clean. Extra dressing room was fabulous. Bathroom large and comfortable. Love the jacuzzi tub and additional shower. Would happily get this room again. Read entire member review >>
Suite 5190 is a great room. Not the largest suite I've been in and no clearly separated rooms or space but it was very comfortable and the storage space was amazing.
The balcony was the keep feature a huge wrap and very large on both sides. It was also covered so very private. Read entire member review >>
Very noisy and shaky if all engines are going. Great wrap around balcony but is a bit far to walk to midship or to the Neptune lounge. The separate shower was an nice feature. Total privacy. Read entire member review >>
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