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2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub & shower. All HH-category staterooms have fully obstructed views.

Large Outside Stateroom (fully obstructed views) (HH)
Decks: Deck 3
Inca Empire Cruise 1968Graduate
I don't recommend Class H Oceanview Obstructed on the Lower Promenade deck. This is the deck with the main circular promenade. It goes right past our window, which has no view of the sea except for a tiny, tiny glimpse--we would have been better off in an inside cabin! Also, there was no fridge, and when the bathroom door and outside door are open all the closets are completely blocked, very inconvenient. Also, our cabin was directly below the main gangway in the ship's main kitchen on the 4th deck, and HAL failed to notify us of this, which I consider to be highly misleading, at best, and they refused to give us a different cabin for the 30 day cruise. We heard noises at all times of the night.
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3420 HH, was nice but lots of broken furniture, missing keys, door levers not locking and it was not a partial ocean view. If you wanted to see the ocean from the window you needed to lean over the nightstand close to the wall. 3424 HH, again nice, everything worked but the steward. However, this was not partial oceanview as it looked into the staffs staircase. It does list these cabins as partail ocean view. Also, both cabins were at the far back of the ship and I requested the middle as my daughter gets motion sickness.
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Our cabin was a fully obstructed view, but we could actually see if we looked out sideways.  It was near the midships elevators so we felt hardly any motion and the cabin was quiet - no kitchen noise from above us.

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