Staterooms are small, with standard oceanviews at 122 square ft. and a superior oceanview at a still-tiny 157 square ft. Interior staterooms are 119 square ft. Bolsters were removed from the original bedding making the beds slightly longer. Standard rooms do not have a refrigerator; amenities consist of two bars of soap and a wall-mounted shampoo dispenser. All cabins have flat-screen TV's, safes and hair dryers. Most cabins convert twins to a queen-size bed. All feature new carpeting, drapes and bed coverings, and the wonderful new beds introduced last year on Freedom of the Seas. Closet and drawer space is ample, and 90 percent of the ship's bathrooms were redone with touches including new tile, sinks and toilets. Standard accommodations feature a small shower (there's no tub).
Only 62 cabins have verandahs, but suites are comfortable and quite posh, very well done during the refurbishment program. They were fully rebuilt, and the decorating is light and airy with a lot of creams, tans, whites and pastels throughout. A junior suite is 263 square ft. and the verandah is 74 square ft. The Grand Suite is 382 square ft. with a 90-square-ft. verandah, and the Royal Suite 371 and 155.
The ship has four staterooms for people with disabilities -- a pretty small representation, frankly.
Our room was small but was expected. Perfect for two people for a short cruise. Only problem we had was the toilet not flushing maintenance was called 3 times before it was fixed. Our room attendant Cindy was very helpful, nice and professional.
Everything about this cabin was tiny for 3 people. It might be OK for 1 or 2 people. The closet was small and the ladder for the pull down bed was in the way. Also, this is right behind the elevator and stairs. Surprisingly, the elevator wasn't a problem but we heard...continue