We were expecting a smaller room. For a ship, our room was very spacious with lots of closet and drawer space. Everything was clean and very comfortable. We slept the best ever, even on the first night. Read entire member review >>
"Large" refers to the window size I believe. The 154 sqft was smaller than what we've gotten on Carnival and was simply adequate. Nothing special about the cheaper outside cabins on deck 2. Read entire member review >>
Romeo was our steward and he was absolutely wonderful and accommodating. However,
our bed was so very uncomfortable we woke up with severe back pain every morning. In fact, mine is still so bad that I have to see a specialist because I cannot stand up straight. I walk stooped over.
Per our request, Romeo, put a topper on our mattress but that made it worse. Upon entering our cabin, it was very noticeable that bed drooped terribly. How on earth, in good conscience, could you allow these beds to be slept on. Each night I would look at the back and practically cry at the thought of having to sleep in that damn bed.
I am in continuous pain due to this bad, and the pain radiates down my legs. I will NEVER to on Royal Caribbean again unless I am assured that the beds are new and comfortable. They were a disgrace!!! Read entire member review >>
Our only previous cruise was on a Disney ship and this cabin was much smaller as we walked in. It was not in the best of condition considering the ship had been refreshed a few months earlier. The location was good...closer to the aft elevators, but not too far from the forward ones...and only one floor down from dinner, the Centrum, etc. We did not hear ANY noise from outside our cabin. We would have enjoyed looking out at the port side view often, but with the location of the bed, there was no comfortable was to do it. We actually considered rearranging the furniture....The head of the bed was against the window which made it difficult to sit up in bed to read and awkward to turn to look out. Our cabin steward, Paulino, was top notch! He anticipated our every need. We could not have been more pleased. Read entire member review >>
A fine room until docking - lots of noise and I'm not sure what it was from. Not a lot of noise from inside the ship, only outside when we were docked. It was convenient to be on deck 2 when we were at port since we were very close to the gangway. Read entire member review >>
We couldn't fault the cabin, as it was an outside disabled one it was a decent size. King size bed, wet room. Top sheet had marks on it, the curtains looked a bit tired. But all in all it was probably the best bit of the cruise Read entire member review >>
I chose an outside cabin at deck 2 so I did not expect too much. It turned out that the cabin was actually VERY NICE. Our attendant (I wish I remember her name) was very lovely and her service was quick. The room was very spacious and clean (I heard it is a dated ship so I want to say good job RCL!), much bigger than expected. The bathroom was also bigger than I thought with large room to keep our stuff. Also loved the beverage bar and the little towel swan the attendant made every day. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 3132 which has a large window and plenty of storage to unpack your cases so you can put them away which leaves the two chairs and coffee table free. When we first came onboard the cabin bed was made up as a queen but at the first opportunity, Rudi, our room attendant unzipped the bed and separated it into singles for us. The bed was extremely firm - I think I've been pampered by my pillow top at home, but might be okay for others. It is a very quiet room. Read entire member review >>
Comfortable, nice decor, flat screen TV, hand held shower, well designed storage, overall most comfortable. Plenty of views of the waves hitting the bow and rushing past the window! EXCELLENT attendant. Very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of hanging space (~20 hangers) & drawers, check behind the mirrors. Store suitcases under bed. We felt comfortable for the two of us in our size cabin, my man is 6ft+ & me 5ft4 so average & not obese. Has a shower curtain, but the bathroom is very nice otherwise and whole room kept clean by attendant. Nice window over the bed that let in plenty of light but has dark curtains for night time. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was 2136. It was great. The only complaint was the TV that wasn't working properly. But I wasn't on the cruise to look at television. The mini bar items left on the bench at the start of the cruise took up valuable space. Read entire member review >>
Our room 3626 was an outside Stateroom, on the starboard side about mid-rear of the ship. Friends near the front of the ship on Level 2 were disturbed by the anchor when we arrived at some ports of call, but we could hardly hear it. Read entire member review >>
We were on Deck 2, Cabin 2066, Outside stateroom - it was brilliant.
Clean, quite big enough and absolutely 'no noise' complaints at all.
As always, OUTSTANDING IN EVERY WAY on rhapsody. Read entire member review >>
We had an outside statroom on deck 2, port side forward. This is a quiet location as there is no 'passing' traffic forward of the lifts. Being close to the front of the ship however there is more roll in rough weather. If you don't mind the movement - a good spot. Read entire member review >>
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