Cabin was more then adequate for two people.in terms of size and storage space
The bed was comfortable.
Being on the Lower Promenade Deck it was central to the ship and great for sightseeing.
Also being just rear of amidships there was less movement so great if you are not a gooid sailor.
Our cabin stewards Hanif and Rosa kept it in good order with most days the room being serviced whilst we were at breakfast. Read entire member review >>
We don't spend a lot of time in our cabin, but it was nice on this cruise to have daylight to wake up to. The cabin was of sufficient size for 2 people, and had lots of closet storage. The bathroom had a mini=tub with a shower. Mario, our attendant, was a total delight to be around. The Zaandam is still using the old TV system with the separate DVD player. One can check out movies from the front desk (we never did). There's a hair dryer in the room and 2 robes. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in very good condition overall. Full shower and tub with good water pressure and clean fixtures in great shape. While located under kitchen/service areas, I noticed little noise but it wasn't enough to keep me awake or wake me up. Good unobstructed view and near mid-ship elevators and stairs. Read entire member review >>
3380 was a great cabin. One floor up to the dining room, promenade deck right outside our window. The atrium was a short walk forward, elevators were nearby and the gangway was usually one or two floors below. The view was partially blocked, but we could still see the ocean and the shore. Ship movement was minimal, bed was comfortable and we could only really complain about the DVD player which gave up 15 minutes into our film. It was replaced a few days later... Probably one of the best cabins we've had. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7083 was on the Navigation Deck and only about six feet out the door to a small private deck at the aft of the ship with one flight of outside stairs to the Lido Deck. This cabin is a category I inside but has a large window. However in January 2011 HAL has changed the category to an outside. Small obstruction out the window being the handrail and stairs leading to the Lido Deck.
Cabin was well laid out for an inside category. Read entire member review >>
This room was great for our needs. There are only the two of us. It had plenty of closet space (3), a flat screen TV, there were three night stands with two drawers each and there were two set of drawers under the foot of the bed that we did not find until the last day. The bathroom has plenty of space with a walk-in shower (no tub). A glass front corner medicine cabinet for storage and a shelf under the vanity. Plenty of storage in the bath. No odors or problems with toilet.
Can be a little noisy for some people. We usually stay on the aft/stern so the vibrations/noise does not bother us. The motion did not seem any different in this room that anywhere else on the ship when we walked around. Carpet looked brand new and they shampooed the carpet one day while we were in port. Read entire member review >>
Little room in a great location on Deck 7 aft - an inside cabin with a window, a short walk to the open deck and the aft Lido pool.
Perfect for one, crowded for two. Three little closets - Shower only - Useless seating area. Read entire member review >>
This was the best cabin we ever had on a ship. It was an "inside" cabin with a window and a doorway away from a little used veranda. There was plenty of closet/drawer space and luggage fit under the bed and out of the way. The bathroom had a shower only. I did not miss the bathtub that the other cabins had. Read entire member review >>
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