Deluxe Suite (D): Seven Seas Mariner Cabin Reviews

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12 Reviews
Total: 301 sq. ft., Suite: 252 sq. ft., Balcony: 49 sq. ft.

Deluxe Suite (D)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10
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Cabin 931
Quiet and midship.
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Cabin 1036
The room is quite compact and noticeably smaller than the Voyager. Beds and pillows comfortable. Bathroom tiny.
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The Class D suites were marginal to say the least. They need drastic updating. The carpeting is in rough shape, the drawers on the furniture do not close properly, the pillows are huge and uncomfortable to sleep on, the curtains and furniture were worn, and outdoor furniture cushions were grimey. Other ships we have had suites on did not have these issues.
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Cabin 1037

The room was a great size, very comfortable, good size verandah. My wife loved the walk in closet (it was nice to fully unpack and hang everything in the closet) She also loved her vanity. Well appointed marble bathroom, with a big shower and choice of hermes or L'occitane products was nice touch as well... Our steward kept the room in amazing shape.


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Cabin 1066
Real 6 Star experience vcr_traveler515

Cabin was in the mid-aft section of the ship. Since it was one deck below the buffet restaurant, I did hear occasional rumbling noise overhead, probably due to rolling carts. These happened at random times but did not bother me at all. I visited another cabin on Deck 7 which seemed quieter. Being situated one deck below the buffet, it was an advantage each morning just to walk up one flight of stairs without having to wait for the elevator.


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We were in the high 900's in the aft section of the ship on the port side. Very quiet stateroom, on the Concierge Level. They are the same as the Deluxe Suites, but in a better location. Walk-in closet- very roomy and we had plenty of space for everything we brought. The balcony was small, but ample. Liked the curtains between the bed area and sitting area if one of us wanted to sleep in without light coming in. Vanity area adequate. Wish there had been two sinks in the bathroom, but it was a good size.
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Cabin 1031
Huge walk-in closet, small safe, lovely shower, very nicely arranged.
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Cabin 1060
Cabin 1060 is right under the pool grill. There was a certain amount of noise associated with the set up on deck. Also, we always smelled the food when the door was open.
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