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Best-selling audio books; CDs and DVDs; Separate living area and bedroom; Walk-in closet; Writing desk; Spacious marble bathroom with tub, shower, and large vanity; Large picture window or balcony; Flat-screen TV with DVD player; Hair dryer; Private electronic safe; Direct-­dial telephone; 110/220V outlets; Fully-stocked bar replenished daily to your preferences; 277 sq.ft.

Suite (A1)
Decks: Deck 4

Our cabin was wonderful, very roomy with walk in wardrobe, well appointed bathroom with bath. The bed was extremely comfortable and a good choice of pillow types made for excellent sleeping conditions.

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Spacious, clean, moderately luxurious and cleverly designed. Large walk-in closet, full size bathtub with shower over. Very quiet and effective air-conditioning. Great soundproofing, no noise from neighbours. Short private hallway is shared by two suites and minimizes sounds from passers by. Unfortunately our bathtub had recently been refinished and it seems they had not prepared the surface properly before respraying it, as a result the paint was peeling in large areas. This was purely a cosmetic issue but it did detract from an otherwise immaculate suite. The 4:3 flat screen TV is more like an old computer monitor, a bit surprising given the otherwise high standards. Also, they boast about their Bose clock radios but ours didn't work. Robes and slippers are supplied and the complimentary mini bar is stocked with your choice of beer, juices, etc., plus a large bottle of each of your two requested liquors. Upon arrival, a bottle of decent quality champagne graces the ice bucket alongside a plate with two tiny canapes.
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Sebourn Legend suite 130 Spacious cabin with plenty of storage, large bathroom with full size bath. Walk in wardrobe with adequate hanging space and safe. There is a TV, CD player and DVD player. Plenty of drinking glasses. Atlas. Picture window. There is quite of lot of general "ship engine air con noise" as we were low down but you get used to it!
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Our cabin (128) was on deck 3, that was one floor up from the eating venues, and had easy access to other areas of the ship. Since the cabin was mid-ship, it was very stable when cruising. It also was quiet. We did not spend the extra money on one of the cabins with the "Juliet" verandas that you could not even sit on. I guess the only advantage of one of those rooms is being able to open the patio doors for some fresh air. The line also needs to ban smoking in all cabins. The set up they have for smoking on the deck is OK, but you still have people complaining about it. Sooner or later I think Seabourn will have to give in and go totally non-smoking. The bed was comfortable, and I liked the curtain that could be drawn to separate the sleeping area from the sitting area. The bathroom was very nice, but not big enough for 2 people to be in it at the same time. Only one sink. There was plenty of storage space and hangers in the walk in closet, and the other drawers and cabinets in the cabin. The robes, slippers and safe were a nice touch. As mentioned in the review be aware of the lack of U.S. outlets and prepare accordingly. The TV and Bose system could use an upgrade. Although our toilet did not back up, the plumbing appears to be an on-going problem on this ship.
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Great walk in closet. Well designed with lots of storage space. Beds/Linens were very nice.
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