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SeaDream I Cabins

True to SeaDream philosophy, cabins (on this ship they're all considered suites) are not designed so that passengers will hibernate. There are just three categories of staterooms. Standard suites, at 195 square ft., are fairly small, particularly for a luxury ship, but the accouterments are state-of-the-art -- including a flat screen television, a DVD player (the purser's desk has an excellent collection from which to borrow) and a CD player. Marvelous quality barware is provided and mini-fridges are stocked, on a complimentary basis, with juice, soda and beer.

Beds are outfitted with the softest linens and with duvets. There's an adjoining living area with a couch. The refurbishment gurus who redesigned the bathrooms worked wonders; yes, they're small (don't even try to get ready at the same time as your suite-mate) but the shower is fabulous -- big enough for two and with multiple shower heads. Bathrobes are provided, and the terry-combed combination was so fabulous we bought one to take home.

The Commodore category is literally two of these staterooms put together. Other than the extra space they seemed less cozy and attractive, oddly enough, than the standard models. Up another notch is the owner's suite. That's worth a splurge if spacious accommodations really do matter. It features a completely separate living-dining area and bedroom (both are equipped with SeaDream's state-of-the-art electronics). What we loved most was the bathroom, with a whirlpool tub and separate shower and a window!

No cabins have balconies.

One highlight of the SeaDream experience was turn-down. Nearly every night we'd return to our cabin to find a gift. They vary, depending on the sailing, but ours ranged from the usual (chocolates) to the unusual (his-'n'-her pajamas) to the unforgettable (our stewardess sprinkled rose petals across the bed).

This is not a ship we'd recommend for passengers with disabilities though it does have a small elevator.

SeaDream I Cabin Reviews
   Category 3rd deck
July 2014

Perfect deck in terms of motion and accessibility to pool and dining room.


   Category 4
May 2012
deck four 415 great cabin, beside the spa but never disturbed by noise...continue

   Cabin 214
July 2010
Cabin 214 was 195 sq ft.No balcony or windows that open.Bathroom too small, almost non functional for tall person..Sewer smell in halls on occasion.Room kept very clean and stewardess excellent.These problem are what made us decide not to return to ship in future...continue

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Crew: 89
Launched: 2001
Decks: 5
Tonnage: 4,260
Passengers: 110
Registry: Bahamas
CDC Score: 92
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