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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 (A3)
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Cabin 7039
Small, outdated furniture. Storage inadequate and poorly layed out. Bathroom impossible and shower area was a joke. On concierge level with out a Concierge on the floor and no concierge lounge.
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Cabin 7117
Cabin is very small (216sf) but highly efficient. Storage is quite good. We had 3 suitcases and were able to store everything without any difficulty. Bathroom is very compact (1 person at a time,) but functional. The cabin stewardess and team was very attentive and personable. Bed was wonderful!!
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Cabin 7115
Cabin was cozy & comfy as usual It was clean but the carpets could use a deep clean Our wonderful housekeeping staff kept everything spotless kudos to Svitlana & Aust
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Cabin 3001
All balcony rooms are the same floor plan regardless of level. This one is unique because it looks straight forward which interesting, but more sound coming into ports getting lines out. This far forward can be very rough in even modest seas. We like that but this was a bit much.
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Regatta is a gem. sunlover12
Clean and comfortable. Bathroom is quite small but it was adequate.
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Cabin 7119
Very Disappointing judialvin
Clean but did not receive perks normally given on other line concierge level cabins.
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First Oceania cruise for us. Clean,enough room and storage space for two. Found a box of adult diapers in a bag under the bed on arrival, apparently left by last guests.
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Cabin 7096

This is the first A3 category cabin aft of the rear elevators on the port side. We believe we were in this same cabin on our first Regatta cruise in 2010. The cabin is small, but cozy, with a pretty comfortable bed (seemed a little short), a seating area, a balcony with a small table and chairs (we did not use the balcony very much, except for the days sailing in and out of New York). There was sufficient space for storage, although we did have to store our bags in the closet. The bathroom is small, but efficient. Our room attendant and her assistant kept the cabin very clean and tidy.


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Cabin 7107
We Armby
Regatta A3-7107-aft All of regatta's rooms are smaller that on larger ships .... even smaller than on Oceania's newer, larger ships. BUT they ARE "as advertised". Very quiet. Slight shudder during reverse or hard turns. Closet space for hanging is barely adequate, but lots of drawers. Shower/bathroom is small, but efficient. Balcony is OK for two people. Service nearly perfect.
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Cabin 7106
Alaska Cruise 7/11/11 mandy's mommy
Our cabin was fine, it was quiet, the balcony was great and we had great views especially when viewing the Hubbard Glacier and the College Fjords.
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Cabin 7098
Great view, not far from laundry, lots of storage space. Wonderful bed!!
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Cabin 7106
Quiet. On one rough night, others had problem. We didn't. THe motion was just like being rocked in a cradle. Laundry was just down the hall which is a plus.
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Cabin 7101
Fine choice, close to restaurants and shops and guest services. Ample storage. Veranda fine for sitting, Bathroom is small but works well. The bed is wonderfully comfortable. Internet is expensive.
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Cabin 7111
Very liveable space but not large. Go to the penthouse level if you want a larger room
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Cabin 7015
quiet, good location, didn't notice any more motion than on the rest of the ship even though were were towards the bow
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