This was a great cabin at the rear of the ship. The Lido and Vista dining are also at the rear of the ship so a 2 deck walk down to Vista and an elevator ride up to Lido on deck 9. The elevators were never busy being at the rear of the ship. The Stateroom is at the end of the corridor so very quiet as well. Our friends were either side of us at 4173 and 4177. I will always ask for a rear cabin in the future. Read entire member review >>
Excellent cabin , very big and confortable bed and pillows, spacious veranda with 2 chairs and a table, plenty of storage room to move around, mini bar and TV and DVD player.
Bath robes supplied, toiletries supplied but drinking water was chargeable +15% Read entire member review >>
Loved this cabin. Great stewards, plenty of space, and the private balcony is glorious! The Rotterdam deck is two floors below the Lido, so close enough to grab snacks, without being directly beneath the main thoroughfare. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 7135 on the starboard side of the ship and aft. I like the port side better and wished we had booked a cabin on that side. It seemed as if our verandah was in the sun most of the day no matter where we were going. The cabin was standard, not large but lots of storage. The furniture (couch and chair) could stand an update but was adequate. The first night our air conditioning did not work so it was very warm. We called guest services and a very nice repairman showed up on the afternoon of the 10th and promised to get it fixed while we went to lunch. His word was good and we returned to a cool cabin and had no further problems with the air. Our room stewards were great and were very responsive to any requests that we had....filled ice bucket, extra towels, extra lotion, etc. Read entire member review >>
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