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Large Ocean View Stateroom (G)
Decks: Deck 4
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Rating
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4050
Great Cruise Jbluebird
There were 4 of us in one room. I thought we might get in each other's way, but with the Pullman beds, the kids were able to hang out on their own beds. We kept our beds separate rather than putting them together to give us more room, which worked out fine.
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Fabulous trip vanvleckeren
Cabin was small with a window. The window is important to me. I've taken interior rooms in the past, but won't do that anymore at this stage of the game. Balcony is not that important to me, since balconies are small and I'd rather go up to the fifth floor deck if I really want to look at the ocean. I had no problems with the location of the cabin. My only "complaint" is really size of the shower. I am not a heavy guy, but even I had trouble moving around in that shower. I can imagine how uncomfortable it would be for somebody who's heavier.
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2582
Holy Land Cruise Roger007
Tiny compared to past experiences. No microwave.
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3106
Typical RCL cabin. Go the twin route, that way you can share the community space in the center of the cabin.
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