The cabin is nice-sized and has floor to ceiling windows, only the lower half of which has a lifeboat blocking the view. Storage is ample and the bathroom, complete with tub, is considerably larger than on competing lines. (Unfortunately that advantage will apparently be lost on new HAL ships.) The furnishings were all in good condition. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 1109 was an upgrade from a HH category. Think it was a GG category. I would have prefered the obstructed view on the 4th deck. There are huge full length windows and even though there is a tender in front of it, there is plenty of light and views on each side .
This cabin 1109 had a large square window, but it was set so far into the wall so you could only get up close to the glass if you climbed up on the bed and then leaned out over the wide 2' window sill. Also, you could not separate the beds ( which we planned to do) because the wall had an outcrop in it, so you couldn't push the beds apart against them.
They really are LARGE beds ( kings)that's what 2 twins equal= 1 king. So, it wasn't a problem for us as a couple. Maybe it would be for two roommates.It was at the aft end of the ship and very easy access to the dining rooms or the aft lido deck. long walk to the shows. Some engine noise. Tub and shower.good size couch and nice firm chair for the large vanity. Lighted mirror and blow dryer included. Mini fridge which we never even opened.!! Lots of storage in large drawers under bed ( some people miss these). Read entire member review >>