We were in room 7074 which was a perfect location. We had a balcony room with a king bed and a large pull out sofa. However, since we just had an 11 year old, she had plenty of room to sleep without needed to open the sofa. Our room was very quiet, except the occasional screaming on the small kids next to our room. Having a balcony is well worth the extra money. Also, we had a mini frig and a nice sized desk with plenty of mirrors and lights to do hair and makeup. There was plenty of storage. Bring a hanging toiletry bag. The bathroom is small and has very little counter space. The water pressure was great!!! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very nice and spacious. The steward was great and took great care of our room and any requests we had. The only problem I had was the bed. It was so hard that it didn't create a restful sleep. I have never experienced this discomfort on any cruise we have been on. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small for a balcony room, but comfortable. This is an older ship and our room was the same size as the other balcony rooms. Very clean. Bed was comfortable and bedding is great! I can also say that the air conditioning worked very well. Read entire member review >>
A fantastic aft cabin with a wonderful, large balcony but ruined at late night by loud music from dance club directly below our room. During the daytime, this room can not be beat. We loved it and our room steward was great as well. Read entire member review >>
It could be much better if we have a decent bed. We was staying at stateroom 7092, with private balcony. We paid more than $1,000 to upgrade to this cabin. They put two twin beds together. Room was very good. Buy "the bed" was a nightmare: the mattresses were curved sunken, I have pictures to show. We complained, they tried to fix it, but it was unbelievable uncomfortable. What it was needed was NEW MATTRESSES. My husband and I ended up with low back pain, BELIEVE ME! Read entire member review >>
nice, large lots of room nice view. had to walk a little but easy to go up or down without using elevator since ship is rather small. Since water was calm, no problem being in back. Read entire member review >>
hangars were not affixed to bar; electric receptacle plug was so old that the plug kept falling out; the beds were too low to stow our luggage under the beds; the shower curtain was so short that water ran all over the bath floor; the shelve in the bath cupboard was missing; Read entire member review >>
Our cabin and attendant were superb, always ready for us when we returned to it. Even repairing a broken wardrobe door within a half a day. Toilet and shower were always clean with no issues. Read entire member review >>
More than adequate except for the silly shower curtain! Bed was really hard but most probably did my back some good.LOL. Would be happy to have this cabin again. Central to everyyting. with a bit of a walk from elevators. Read entire member review >>
Good space, but better if double and not twin beds. Bathroom OK, good shower, plenty of hot water. Shower curtain needs changing though. Plentiful clean towels. Linen changed regularly. Balcony with unimpeded views mid ships. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7134. Well appointed, lots of drawer and cupboard space. Lovely bed very comfortable. Good seating area and plenty of room to move around. Very compact bathroom but well appointed. Very old TV. Read entire member review >>
We booked late and as there were only 2 balcony cabins left we were offered the Disabilities cabin. When I looked at the deck plan I saw that this cabin is about twice the size of the other balcony cabins, this meant the balcony was nearly twice the size and so was the ensuite. It also meant the windoes were wider and allowed more light into the room which is a plus, we sleep with the curtains open. I think because it is a larger room that there may also be more cupboard space. The room is a little tired and very basic but it was clean and nothing seemed to need repairs (I understand it is going in for a refit soon). There was soap and a container of liquid on the wall in the shower which I took to be shampoo but we used our own. Tissues are supplied and a hairdryer. You may need to take an adapter for wall plugs and there is only one in the cabin area near the desk for the hairdryer. The shower has a shower curtain but it was a large shower probably for the use of wheelchairs. I had read that the sofa can be uncomfortable but ours was just fine. The TV was an old style (who cares).
There is 3 chairs and a table on the balcony. The location was just around the corner from the elevators. The room was very quiet and we didn't hear ANY noise during the day or night. Just be aware that neighbours can hear every word you say when you are on your balconies. We enjoyed our room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7538 - great location, close to elevator up to Windjammer! Lots of closet space even for a shopper like me! Nice balcony and comfortable beds. I do prefer the Junior Suite for sure as I like a bigger bathroom, but this is a good cabin if a balcony is all you can get or afford at the time. Read entire member review >>
Cabin and balcony space were larger and a lot more comfortable than Dawn Princess. Cabin air conditioning was good. Cabin staff seemed to be forever working (all day) rather than getting their job done in the morning and disappearing until evening. Passageways were always partially blocked by trolleys night and day and everpresent fussing attendants. Read entire member review >>
Balcony Cabin 7098 was great. Good size, plenty of cupboard, drawers etc. Great to have a kettle for tea and coffee making in the room. Cabin was near the elevators so hallway was sometimes a little noisy with other passengers. TV reception was bad most of the time, due I am sure to ancient TV set. Programme selection very repetitious. Shower curtains annoying in such a small shower. Beds/pillows were very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
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