Eighty percent of the cabins are outside; 80 percent of those staterooms have private balconies. It is interesting to note that inside cabins measure the same 185 square ft. as outsides without verandahs. Balcony cabins increase to 225 square ft., including the verandah. There are 58 suites in three categories starting at 360 ft. and going up to 465 square ft. (including a wraparound terrace). All staterooms and suites are tastefully furnished with twin beds that convert to a queen, large closets, plenty of drawer space, televisions and refrigerators, plus the usual amenities found on new vessels (telephones, private safes, and a shower or shower and tub depending on category). Suites include separate dressing and sitting areas, refrigerators, double sinks, bathtubs as well as showers, and large balconies. Good design and soft lighting add to a feeling of spaciousness in interior staterooms; Category 5 staterooms are outside and have French doors that open, but views are obstructed.
This cabin had french doors unusual as it was an interior. Lots of room, good cupboard space, well apportioned and clean. The bathroom had a good shower, water was hot and there were lots of towels changed daily. There was a small baby next door and we never heard any...continue
Cabin #1117 was extremely quiet; we didn't hear a peep from anyone. It was an ocean view and was most enjoyable. It was on the lowest deck and very quiet since there were no entertainment venues around. We were surrounded by cabins - below us and above.
Cabin 7223, extended balcony, was roomy, clean and comfortable. This was a great location for getting to the main elevators and all the venues. The extended balcony was much nicer than the regular balcony, as there was room to stretch your legs out and get around the...continue