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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. (170 sq. ft.)

Large Ocean View Stateroom (I)
Decks: Deck 2 | Deck 3
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Large Ocean View Stateroom Cabin Reviews
May 2017
Way more storage than at first appears.
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Cabin 3600
Apr 2017
Our cabin was very conveinent to the centrum and yet we never heard any noise from it. Do know that at the ports people debarked and embark right directly below you. This did not effect us. I like the extra storage above the TV. On some ships they have done away with this.
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Cabin 3046
Mar 2017
Ample closet space with lots of hangers. Lots of drawers, mirrors, cabinets. Luggage fits under the bed freeing up even more space. Large window providing lots of natural light. Standard stateroom bathroom. RCI has done away with shower curtains that tend to stick to our bodies and allow water to spill out onto the bathroom floor. These curtains have been replaced with sliding doors. Our cabin steward, Milinda (from Sri Lanka) was wonderful and attended to our every need; he was friendly, courteous and professional.
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Cabin 3056
Dec 2016
Had a great time! By: rbailey1971
Noticeable wear and tear. Drawers can give splinters if not careful. Sofa has seen better days.
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Cabin 3522
Dec 2015
Wonderful, no complaints!
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Cabin 3538
Oct 2015
Wonderful cabin. Very accessible to the front stairwell, but didn't have any extra noise. No additional noise from ship functions, like docking. Completely surrounded by cabins to the side and above, so no noise from staff activities. The window is very large; since this is an adjoining cabin, the bed is on the side wall instead of in front on the window. When the ship is docked, the window is typically right at the same height as the dock, so be aware of you sleep with the curtains open.
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Cabin 3522
Oct 2011
Serenade Delight Sept 25 By: Archcreate
We were first time cruisers and I wondered how we would do in such a small room. I am a big guy and I wasnt sure quite how I would fit in the bathroom particularly. Turns out it was a problem at all. There was plenty of storage space in the room, more than we needed in fact and the bathroom size was just fine. When the toilets flush there is a high velocity Woosh and one morning the toilet flush was stuck open and wouldnt close. Pretty darn noisy! We called housekeeping, went to breakfast and it was fixed on our return. We were in an outside stateroom on deck three and it was fine. I think we felt the ship rocking more because we were fairly far forward on the ship. Really wasnt an issue though even with waves a couple of days up to 5 since we were sailing during hurricane season. Our cabin steward took great care of us and kept the room clean and tidy. Since we had arrived so late the first evening Lockwood didnt have time to make us a towel animal, The next day we mentioned we were looking forward to seeing his creations. Voila! That night there were two towel animals and they were hilarious. Each day after that we had a bat, aardvark, elephant or some other creation and just loved it.
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