Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom (A1): Regatta Cabin Reviews

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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom Cabins

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Located on Decks 6, 7, and 8, these beautifully decorated 216-square-foot staterooms, with private balcony, offer a great vantage point for a last look at the stars before bedtime. Your choice of queen bed or two twins.

Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom (A1)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8069
Feb 2017
Since this is the smallest ship we had sailed on, we expected smaller accommodations. We weren't disappointed, but the rocking and rolling was a little more than the big ships, and required some getting used to.
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Jul 2016
Cabin was fine. I don't know why we paid extra for concierge on this ship. The bathrooms are small which is fine for us. But, the bathrooms are short which was a problem for my husband who is 6'6". Also, the beds are too short for him, by about a foot. Tall people be forewarned..
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Cabin 7021
Jan 2016
The cabin was extremely small, the love seat was not comfortable, and the cushions did not fit properly on the seat. The curtain were not fixed to the walls so that light came in from both sides every morning. The bathroom made aircraft both room look spacious, the shower was tiny, anyone even slightly above average in height or girth could not comfortably shower. Also the veranda door leaked, so during rough sailing the carpet was quite wet.
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Cabin 7708
Jul 2015
Seattle 2 Alaska and return By: captainarby
Compact room. Tiny restroom area, shower only, and barely that. For larger or older folks, not recommended.
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Cabin 7075
Oct 2014
Not Impressed By: Shipcruise99
Really small bathrooms, closets and limited drawer space; smallest bathroom I have had on any ship. Would recommend the penthouse level for the larger bathroom. There was practically no water pressure.
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Aug 2012
Well furnished and decorated, nice bed, spacious balcony. Tiny tiny bathroom - you has to sit partly sideways on the toilet, smallest shower I have every used!!
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Cabin 7021
Dec 2011
Islands In The Sun By: carlo7
Our cabin was quiet and small with a very small head. Veranda could only accommodate two small chairs and a table that held 2 glasses. We tried room service breakfast once but the room and included table are too small to enjoy even the day's smallest meal. Plenty of storage space and hangars for our clothes. Good storage under the bed for the suitcases (3). Very comfortable bed. Air conditioning worked well while being fairly quiet. TV was adequate but picture could not be adjusted enough to eliminate all the darkness in the picture. The small cabin has made me decide that OC living space is too small for our next cruise.
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Cabin 7038
Sep 2011
A1 - 7038 - Port side, middle of the ship: Good location This room is conveniently close to an elevator and the laundry area (but not too close). There is a housekeeping supply facility just steps away from the stateroom entrance. It was never noisy or in any way a problem for us. The room is quiet. The tender boats and life boats are immediately below it and above are the 8th deck staterooms. Three of us didn't use all of the storage that was available in the stateroom. The room was reasonably comfortable. It was always immaculate after the cleaning staff had visited. The verandah is a great place to people watch when the pilot boats or tenders are loading.
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