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Penthouse Suite (B): Seven Seas Voyager Cabin Reviews

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

Penthouse Suite (B)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Cabin 662
I'm no expert but even for a suite thought it was a bit small, bathroom with italian shower and tub, large closet and nice balcony on the port side. Bed was excellent and Glen made everything possible so we could have a dream cruise.
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Cabin 862
Lovely. Next time I would choose a cabin in the front as this ship has vibration issues in the aft.
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Cabin 860
Cabin - the PH I was in was spacious and comfortable. It was a an ADA cabin so the bathroom was barrier free and very, very spacious. At the last minute I upgraded to a very spacious PH suite which included the services of a wonderful butler (Bravo Roni!). As I was sick and cabin-bound for a week, that proved to be invaluable. I was quite disappointed in the size of towels however. Oceania are by far more in keeping with what should be offered on an upscale ship, especially in a suite! And I have to wonder whose idea it was to provide a clock that wasn't visible at night
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Cabin 765
Cabin: We were in a PH-B Penthouse Suite (370 SF) with Butler service on Deck 7 – Suite 765 in the middle of the ship across from a guest laundry facility. The cabin and bathroom were spotless and the balcony while on the small side was immaculate. The furnishings were clearly "not new" but were in good condition. The one oddity was the club chair which was upholstered in a slippery fabric which with the slightest slouching would send you to the ground. The separate shower was nice, though it was rather small for my 6'3" 190lb frame. The walk in closet was particularly popular with Ms. Holmesie and accommodated our two huge hard-sided Tumi suitcases and their contents with ease. Issues: There was one halogen light in the bathroom which seemed to have a short as some days it decided to work while others not so much. Rajeev kept working with engineering on a permanent solution; however, one was never found. This was our one room hiccup and for that we were glad. Our one real complaint was that there was a terrible odor in the hallway from the day we boarded until day 5 or 6 despite most of our neighbors complaining.
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Cabin 866
Lack of decent wines Unhappyagain
Poor layout
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Cabin 862
Voyager Mini Review HanaleiSailor

Great layout and the recent refurbishment made these cabins very nice.

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Chilly Mediterranean BataviaMan1

Our penthouse cabin was in the middle of the ship in the elevator area. LArger than some and very comfortable.Because of the ocation near AS equipment the cabin noises can be louder than in other locations.

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Cabin 866
Would choose it again in a heartbeat. Beds, space, bathroom, layout all get A+
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Cabin 1060
The most spacious balcony. We enjoyed the vibration as it hleped to put us to sleep at night. We enjoyed the churning water as it drowned out any other ship noises.
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Cabin 867

Cabin 867 (category B. It's near the laundry room and toward the stern. There was no noise from the laundry room. Soundproofing was excellent and we never heard noise from other cabins. The cabin was very comfortable and, like others, featured a large walk in closet with ample room for suitcases, a marble bathroom with tub and stall shower, a sofa plus table and chairs and a furnished balcony.

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Cabin 720
Cabin 720 was well laid out, albeit a bit small for a penthouse.
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