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18 Reviews
Lanai Ocean-View Stateroom (CA)
Decks: Deck 6
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6333
We booked late and were offered an up-sell of a handicapped Lanai cabin . It was great being 50 % larger then other cabins . Huge bathroom with an open shower . It felt like showering at the YMCA . The room had adapted features , none of which were issues . The cabin opened up right on to the (lower) Promenade deck which was great . Not private but it felt like we had a one acre balcony . We had two reserved deck chairs right outside the sliding door . Very glad we chose it . The cabin although well kept was clearly dated with older furnishings , no fridge and a bolted on DVD on the TV . No accessing your folio by TV . The toilet made noise but we didn't wish to get involved with plumbers so we kept the door closed .
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343

Good stateroom. Small but functional except for the excess of furniture and throw pillows that made the cabin smaller and just got in the way. Bathroom was a good size and storage space was adequate. The opening to the public promenade was not an issue at all but was a plus. Window tinting worked well to preserve privacy


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We had a Lanai room which opened directly onto the Lanai walking deck. The layout of the room was good, lots of closet space. Bathroom a bit 'tired'. No fridge but we were provided with buckets of ice. We really enjoyed the easy access through our mirrored patio doors (automatic locks and pass card provided) to the 'walking deck' where I could easily access both sides of the ship for photography. Weather permitting, we enjoyed our reserved deck chairs and plaid blankets. There was minimal noise from morning walkers and running is prohibited. It was also 'busy' sometimes when we were sailing past some of the wonderful scenery and glaciers. This is a perfect room for a South American or scenic cruise.
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355
Great location. Loved the sliding doors to deck. Close to laundry room which was helpful. Close to stairway and elevators. Slight sewage odor in hallway. Temperature control worked fine. Comfortable bed. Lots of storage space. Plenty of hangers.
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368
Lanai room on the lower promenade deck. The room was smaller than we've had before, but certainly adequate. We liked the large open view out the arcadia door onto the wide open promenade deck. The door glass was mirrored so no one could see inside the room. We enjoyed seeing the few people walking past our room, probably not more than 50 a day. All in all, I would choose this deck and room again.
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328
Bemuda Paradise betsy23
328, air conditioning under-powered. But SUPERB quiet location located VERY conveniently to the elevators, stairs, lobby, and gangway. Would take this stateroom again.
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367
Excellent choice. A lanai cabin, 367 is mid-ship and provides great access to the railing should there be a sighting of interest. Highly recommend it.
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351
Almost centre of the ship. Great room especially on itineraries that you want quick access to both sides of the ship quickly. Loved the Lanai room. Only negative was it was across from the laundry room and got noisy once but laundry was only open from 8am - 10pm so this was never an issue. The other thing we noticed was tender boat 7 was noisy when coming down. If you are easy waking up they do wash the windows around 5:30 am. I personally never heard them.
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Veendam 8-28 KBEANS
Lanai Cabin, comfortable, convenient and clean.
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367
Fantastic cruise lenquixote66
The Lanai room was wonderful but a bit small ,much smaller than any type cabin we've had previously . Having said that ,with 100% certainty we will book a Lanai on our next cruise .
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Lania cabins are great, spacious with a door that you can step out onto the walk around deck. Has 2 lounge chairs reserved for each stateroom. The only problem we has was coming back from Bermuda had a big rain storm that flooded the deck and water ran under the door and soaked our carpet. Again loved the room.
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368
Cabin 368 - Great location on the lower promenade with direct access and reserved lounge chairs. Although it appears that there are open spaces connected to the Galley overhead we heard no early or late noises. Occasionally we heard what sounded to be discharge water but this was maybe 3-4 times during the week and it was over quickly. Ample closet space, love seat, desk with sitting stool, table, full tub and shower facility, Elemis dispeners located on the shower walls with shampoo, conditioner and body gel. Good hair dryer provided. Ample sink space with surrounding area. Very comfortable and lovely rooom.
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361
Just loved Lanai cabin 361. This is great idea for singles, but may have been a bit small for 2.Good alternative to a balcony and good price. Being able to open my door and get straight out onto the promenade deck was wonderful.
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My Bermuda! betsy23
I LOVED the Lanai class cabins. I will spend extra on future cruises to get one!
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328
Great location, close to stairs & elevator. From Lanai doors view was excellent. Heard a noise about 2 times a day but was not sure what it was but was not disturbing. Plenty of closet space.
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360
A Newbie Cruise juswannasay
Great location on the port side mid-ships of the Lower Promenade Deck. And don't forget the famous HAL bed mattresses. Is there any way we can get HAL to reveal the name their mattress vendor? I guess I will have to make a point of looking for the manufacturer's tag on my next cruise.
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