This stateroom has a balcony with patio furniture. It offers two twin beds that make up into a queen-sized bed, a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower, plus a spacious closet and desk.
very tight, Balcony room but very small very disappointed Lights in room very dim bring a flash light to do makeup Air conditioning not real good, room seemed warm all the time
Door to Balcony was hard to open Read entire member review >>
Cabin was clean and fairly functional. We had trouble getting the balcony door open; but, maintenance responded in a timely manner. We may try a mini suite on our next cruise Read entire member review >>
The cabin was just ok. When we arrived there was black dust on the desk no ice and no bathrobes as we requested. The cabin even though we paid for a deluxe balcony it was smaller or the same size as the Ruby or Grand Princess the balcony was so small Read entire member review >>
Cabin was comfortable and quiet. Balcony was narrow but fit our need just fine. We typically travel with another couple and have them fold back the partition between our balconies so that we can enjoy the view together. Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin which was adequate for our needs. Loved the huge TV with on-demand movie selections. Deck was smaller but we rarely used it. To much other activities going on to sit out on the the deck. At night loved sitting out for a while to enjoy the fantastic ocean breeze and smell of the ocean which seemed to clear the sinuses. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 10 Baha or Baja. Balcony room for 3 people. The room was tiny. If one person was standing in hallway dressing up, another person could not walk by. The bunk bed was unfolded and it made the room to feel more cramped. Read entire member review >>
Loved our aft cabin! We were lucky in that due to mechanical/electrical closet next door, our balcony was actually wider than our cabin. Plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy the views at once. Had wonderful views coming in and out of port, plenty of privacy. No noise or smoke issues. Read entire member review >>
our cabin was small but just enough space for what we needed. What I noticed is that the hangers were plentiful and our room was cleaned top to bottom every day. We had no problem with need for extra towels or other toiletries. The service is very professional and they seem to anticipate any needs you may have. Our room was midship but sometimes it was easier to take the stairway. It keeps you in shape for the excursions.
Balcony is a must in my book. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very comfortable. Lots of places to put your clothes and lots of hangars. I took four collapsible storage cubes, too. There are two nightstands with drawers as well. And the desk had three deep drawers. The desk also had little side shelves. The bathroom was comfortable with a nice hand shower. We had an extended balcony so we did not feel so cramped. Read entire member review >>
Small everything! Balcony makes you feel like you will go overboard. Patio furniture small as well as interior tight. Smallest balcony room we have ever experienced. Bathroom is so tight you can barely dry your feet without opening the door or stepping back into the shower. Read entire member review >>
We had booked a deluxe balcony cabin on Deck 15 (Marina). It seemed to be the equivalent space to that of the Queen Elisabeth balcony cabin but the bathroom was better designed with more space. The shower towels are way too small and we had to request robes which should have been provided. The open hanging area was far better especially as there are no wardrobe doors to get in the way. However, drawer space is very limited and the balcony itself was very small; much smaller than those on the Cunard ships we’ve been on. The bed was very comfortable, if somewhat on the firm side. The bed linen was really lovely. There was no choice of pillows, unlike Cunard. One electrical socket in the cabin – of European type – is simply not adequate and UK users, please note, an adapter is required. Read entire member review >>
cabin was standard fare. While the new flat screen 42" is cool it is a little obtrusive and a 36" may have been a better choice and why slapped on the wall like that like a sore thumb? You can't really avoid it. The bathroom was no bigger than previous ships and still has the shower curtain! Toilet roll holder is way back under the sink and almost impossible to reach and when you do impossible to wind the roll off without breaking each sheet....so annoying!cabin doors on balcony did not seal well and the noise of them sucking out the a/c was like a dripping tap. The balcony chairs and foot stool are poor and I want a table to eat breakfast off. carpet was a strange pattern and color that made me think there was something spilt on it all the time. Read entire member review >>
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