Very comfortable bed. The room was up to date and clean. Everything work in the room. It was quiet, we never heard our neighbors. The large sliding glass door always offered very nice views. Read entire member review >>
Basic well organized room with the exception of the drawers did not open long enough to get my hand in it. Spider webs on the sliding glass door; why? Rest was very good as was our cleaning person (Trevor?) who did a fantastic job twice a day Read entire member review >>
Small, but kept clean. Be sure to bring a suitcase that can go under the bed. The bathroom is very small with little counter area - but it does have an American-type plug so no adaptor was needed. Read entire member review >>
Had the French Balcony rooms! High end luxury bedding/pillows/shampoos/lotions. Small rooms, but plenty of storage on the shelves and large closet. Loved the flat screen TV and movie choices. The bathroom is marble with a walk in shower. Hair dryer is provided. Bottled water in the room every day with candy, and enjoyed the turn down service at night. Big plush robes and slippers were very nice. Loved the "pillow menu". Read entire member review >>
First class cabins are tiny. There is a foot between the bed and the balcony doors-- a mixed blessing -- you can relax against the pillows and watch the world flow by, but you can't get the chair beside the bed let alone sit part of it on the french balcony. The rooms are decorated in white and a rich red velvet. The curtains are heavy red velvet that keep heat/cold and light out. The walls are all mirrored except for the two floor to ceiling cupboards on both side of the bed. Safe. large closets. Glass door showers w/ vibrating massage shower head and L'occtaine bath products. (You can by L'occtaine products cheaper in the boutique on the ship than in Germany or Canada). The cabin staff spray the pillows w/ lavender and put a chocolate on your pillow. Everything about the cabin is luxurious. Read entire member review >>
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