Very comfortable with 2 adults & 1 teenager, lots of storage space, large balcony, quiet, large king bed and double sofa bed, flat screen TV, good entertainment choices, fast WiFi, individual thermostat for room, great water pressure in the shower, basic amenities; soap & shampoo, hair dryer, hot water kettle, room cleaned and linen made-up & towels changed twice per day. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean and comfortable, however the cabin attendant was lacking in service on a few occasions such as no clean towels left and no spare toilet rolls, The kettle is a big plus in the room. Read entire member review >>
we stayed on deck 6, in a balcony stateroom and we loved it. we were given an accessible room , which is bigger then the normal sized rooms to allow any disabilities for guests. the bathroom is huge and plenty of room. Read entire member review >>
Nice size cabin on the 3rd deck, mid ship. Beds had to be separated into twin beds. Beds, and especially the pillows, were very comfortable. . There was a connecting door in our cabin that unexpectedly opened into the adjacent cabin. I called Security to lock it. Security was surprised that it was unlocked and promptly locked it. Had a wonderful room attendant working very hard. Read entire member review >>
Our room was very comfortable and clean. A little maintenance could be provided like drawer liners would be good. Other cruiselines have walk in wardrobes to store suitcases instead of living out of one off the sofa lounge. I loved having a jug in the room with peppermint tea and small honey containers available from the dining areas and buffet for my evening cuppa before going to sleep. Mostly quiet except for the last night and morning with the bag collection as we were opposite the staff service entrance. Overall adequate for our needs. Read entire member review >>
Good size (has not changed) Cigarette burn mark on bathroom vanityUnpleasant odour in state room (possibly from previous smoking)Minor water leak on shower handle (not serious but annoying)Unvarnished handrails. Glass panels on balcony were only cleaned a couple of times on the cruise even when they needed cleaning from spray. I cleaned them myself one day so I could relax and enjoy the sail away from Auckland from our balcony.Keycard had to be reset about 4 or 5 times.Everything else about the state room was great. Read entire member review >>
Our deluxe balcony cabin on Level 8 close to the front of the ship. It was big and comfortable with a three seater couch. Lots of cupboards and storage space. A big balcony. Loved it. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was well serviced twice daily and the bed linen and towels were excellent. Unfortunately the quilt was very heavy and unsuitable for summer cruising and the air conditioning did not work. I resorted to opening the balcony door at night to be comfortable. The cabin steward was very obliging. No complimentary toiletries were provided - only soap and shampoo. One benefit was an electric jug and tea and sugar, but no milk or coffee. The walk from my cabin to the elevators was long - only two elevator stations for such a large ship is ridiculous. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was excellent. It was a really good size. The bed wasn't so great, but expected. Only complaint was the fridge was not cold and the air con did not seem to work. Hardly felt any movement. Read entire member review >>
Great stateroom, plenty of room, centre of ship so no movement and really quiet area. Really well set up for 2 people with plenty of room and bathroom facilities well appointed. Small shower but manageable Read entire member review >>
6624 - neat, clean & comfortable. Mid-ship position provided a comfortable smooth ride. Well located just around from bank of lifts but enough away not to be noisy. Decor looking a little worn and dated but clean. Sufficient hanging and clothes storage area. Bathroom small but serviceable. Could do without coffee table to make a bit more room to move. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony. With 2 chairs and small table. Double patio doors which were double glazed. Thick curtains. Pillows too hard. Bed a little on the hard side. Enought room for two people. Cases fit under the bed. Wardrobe a good size. plenty of hangers. Two rows of hanging and a wall of wire shelves. Very quiet hallway. We had midship and it was quiet as it was not above any nightclub or casino. And it is away from lifts. But the lifts were quiet anyway. We were very happy with our cabin and its situation. We would choose it again without hesitation. Read entire member review >>
We were in 6322. It is the 1st floor of balcony rooms but in a section that sticks out a bit so we didn't see the lifeboats under us. Right off the elevators and stairwell. Noise wasn't a problem, but we were out late every night anyway. Dale, our attendant took very good care of us. Beds are a bit firm, but we slept good anyway. Bathroom typical size with the glass rounded doors in the shower. Plenty of storage in the room. Love seat and small table in room. TV is old style, but we didn't care about that. Loved that I could keep tabs on my Sea Pass account from the TV. We loved the location of our room. Promenade on 5th floor so it was convenient to many things. Read entire member review >>
Nice size room and balcony. Closet and storage space more than experienced on other cruises. Bathroom design is the best we have had mainly due to rounded shower and commode location. A couch is the room was an added plus. We were across from steward's room but never heard any external noises. Being on Deck 6 put us only one to three floors above the main eating locations, i.e., accessible by the stairs. Read entire member review >>
The bed was good. The cabin was a decent size with the amenities expected for this type (balcony). Closet space was adequate. The bathroom typical. We never heard a sound from the hallway or adjoining cabins. Read entire member review >>
Fairly far forward port side. No hallway noise that I noticed, close to an elevator, one deck above the promenade, close to the always open Promenade Cafe for cookies, desserts and tea & coffee (all free) and Ben & Jerry's ice cream for a price. Has an upper bunk which we didn't use. I thought everything was adequate (closet space, bath facilities) and balcony was great anytime. Odd numbered rooms across the hall have some promenade noise if you retire early i.e. big band music one night, conga line dancing another night. Some ship motion but not a problem for any of us but seas were relatively calm most of the time. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very adequate and steward was attentive yet almost invisible. I would definitely suggest a balcony, as the entry and exits from each port (especially Venice) are real eye candy. Some of our best photos were from the balcony, and we ate one breakfast there (with free room service). The fresh air was a major plus. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 7 in cabin 7634. Room was spacious but the balcony seemed smaller than we have seen on Voyager class ships. Ample closet and drawer space. Seemed like a pretty quiet location and very convenient for elevators and stairs. We were across from a crew storage space but we never saw the door open. Some rust showing on the balcony and balcony glass was never cleaned, although the glass doors were always clean. Big C was our stateroom attendant and did a wonderful job. Lighting was great in this cabin. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was average size good storage space the furnishings are a bit dated
Bathroom tiny and like a capsule with a shower gel dispenser and not even a shower cap!
small size balcony as deck 6 has less viewing glass as cabins on the higher decks
6622 is in an excellent position beside the lifts and stairs and has good views to forward and aft a great location and very quiet would recommend this area
pa system useless and TV had poor fuzzy reception Read entire member review >>
Voyager of the Seas was the first of this Class of ship for RCCL, and it has its own interesting facilities. The balcony was about 2-3 feet shorter than the Freedom and Genesis (Oasis/Allure) Class of ships. The balcony had a half plastic/half solid metal front, preventing us from seeing through the bottom of the balcony exterior wall. On other newer RCCL ships, the balcony is 100% clear plastic. We were on the 8th deck, directly outside the elevators on the port side of the ship, and we never heard any noise. The room was typical for our class of accommodations. Read entire member review >>
Cabin Deck 8 centre hump 8320. This is an excellent cabin near to the lift without hearing any noise. The cabin seems spacious maybe because the clear patio doors on to the balcony makes it seem that much longer. Balcony is nice and secluded. There is plenty of storage space. The bed is large and very comfortable.I would have liked a kettle as on NCL but I can understand if it is a regarded as fire hazard. Overall I would definitely chose this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Very quiet. Near elevator, but did not hear elevator noise. Balcony railing could use freshened up. Shampoo terrible. Good water pressure in shower. Storage space was adequate for 2, but would be crowded for more. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of cabinet space in the room and the restroom, luggage fit under the bed so it was out of the way. Plenty of closet space, but the doors were constantly slamming into the cabin door, which was awkward coming & going from the room. We loved the balcony! It was larger than the side balconies with more chairs. We loved facing backward & saw some spectacular sunsets. But you do sacrifice some privacy on those balconies, since you can see all your neighbors on their balconies to the side, over & under yours. The shower felt roomy since the door curved out. Read entire member review >>
Room was small but just fine for two. Bathroom was way small, but the circular sliding doors on the shower was a nice break from the clingy curtain of old and made the shower useable. Read entire member review >>
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