Spacious, clean, bright. Partner loves to take naps and it was comfortable enough to hang out during the day. TV was fine and we were able to watch movies and the World Series. Read entire member review >>
The room was spacious and well appointed. Plenty of room for clothes and suitcases with a nice sofa and table. Bathtub gave you much more room to shower than a normal shower in a cabin room. One of the better cabins we have been in. Read entire member review >>
Our family of four squeezed into a "large" oceanview stateroom. Two of us slept on the bed, which was pretty comfy. The sofa also converted into a bed, which my dad had no complaints about. There's a bunk bed that comes out from the ceiling. I slept in it a few times and found it to be too hard and the "arm" that is supposed to keep you from rolling off onto the floor was a thin piece of wobbly metal. I didn't feel very comfortable sleeping in it and in retrospect we'd get separate rooms. The bathroom was pretty small too with little counter space. If you're looking for something more luxurious and can afford to upgrade do it. It was nice to have a window but it looked like it had never been cleaned since the ship was built. There were black stains all over it. The location of the room was great in terms of feeling the least amount of motion. Read entire member review >>
1097 Quiet area convenient to the front desk located in the atrium. It's also pretty close to the elevators to get the aft pool or Lido Restaurant.When we were in port we did have some very loud noises coming from below us.Sofa bed is very uncomfortable. There is also a top bunk for a 4th person, but I think that would make it very crowded.Full sized tub/shower.We had problems with the room being too warm. The crew would fix it, but the temperature would creep up again by the next port of call. Read entire member review >>
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