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10 Reviews
Total: 370 sq.ft., Suite: 320 sq. ft., Balcony: 50 sq. ft. Penthouse Suites include Butler Service

Penthouse Suite (A)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10
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Cabin 960
First time we have done 20 days at sea - so chose a slightly larger cabin (we aren't the sit in your cabin types) - glad we did it was just right as Goldilocks says - our Butler Abi was simply AMAZING such a nice guy and couldn't do enough for us - even managed to get the fuse in our power adapter replaced! Something us Aussies would like to see is TV / News / Sport station from Australia - was beyond sick of hearing about the US Presidential race.
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Cabin 1041
The cabin has plenty of room, however the balcony is not very big
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Cabin 958
Good space, excellent bed, good shower given the boat constraints, good set of toiletries
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Very comfortable, but the rugs could do with a shampoo. The white slippers we received were filthy by the end of the cruise.


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Overall comfortable and very good service. However, the rug could do with a shampoo. The white slippers we were given were filthy at the end of the trip. The caulk in part of the bathroom was lifting, displaying black mold. We reported that the shower stall door did not close and the water did not drain well; neither was fixed. The burned out floor night light was also reported and also not fixed.


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Cabin 882
Cabin 882 is the lowest Penthouse level with the cabin being the same size as the standard suites, however being on the back of the ship the decks are twice as deep. The two Penthouse catagories higher have slightly larger rooms with a square versus rectangle layout, but their decks are standard size. If you like a bigger deck and especially if you like to be at the rear of the ship overlooking the wake these are great cabins.
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