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Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area and a private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (188 sq. ft., balcony 50 sq. ft.)

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Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (D1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: September 2017
The cabin was pretty nice compared to what I have been in on other lines. We had a balcony room with split beds and a sofa. It was nice that it was big enough to be able to walk around in and also eat on the balcony if we wanted. The beds ... Read More
The cabin was pretty nice compared to what I have been in on other lines. We had a balcony room with split beds and a sofa. It was nice that it was big enough to be able to walk around in and also eat on the balcony if we wanted. The beds were a bit hard and not what I am used to. I know the ship cabin is nothing like a hotel room, but they could do more with it. After having a balcony room, I would never have another type of room again. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
The stateroom was more spacious than I was expecting, and 4 people comfortably slept there. There was plenty of storage and the carpets looked newer. The balcony was decently sized with two chairs and a table. I recommend asking for more ... Read More
The stateroom was more spacious than I was expecting, and 4 people comfortably slept there. There was plenty of storage and the carpets looked newer. The balcony was decently sized with two chairs and a table. I recommend asking for more blankets to serve as padding for the pullout couch as it is very firm. Our stateroom attendant, Luki, was excellent and accommodated our irregular schedule well. Read Less
Wow, Wow, Wow : Cabin 1364
Sail Date: July 2017
Cabin was bigger than expected and it was kept clean by our Stateroom attendant Olga Torres. Shower was a little small but not a surprise. Read More
Cabin was bigger than expected and it was kept clean by our Stateroom attendant Olga Torres. Shower was a little small but not a surprise. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
This is a room that was revamped. It is Aft so it is larger & fits a family of 4 nicely. Not cramped at all. Beautiful view from the large, private balcony. Read More
This is a room that was revamped. It is Aft so it is larger & fits a family of 4 nicely. Not cramped at all. Beautiful view from the large, private balcony. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
It shows age. Green floral curtains and green laminate fronts of cabinets. Red dated sofas upholstery. Not the cleanest floor on the balcony. Good amount of storage. Good lighting. Overall enough space in the cabin for a week of ... Read More
It shows age. Green floral curtains and green laminate fronts of cabinets. Red dated sofas upholstery. Not the cleanest floor on the balcony. Good amount of storage. Good lighting. Overall enough space in the cabin for a week of cruising. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
Our cabin itself was nothing remarkable. It smelled musty but appeared clean. There was only a short (maybe 2 ½ feet wide) curtain to separate the couch/sofabed area from the main bed (would have preferred a curtain that covered ... Read More
Our cabin itself was nothing remarkable. It smelled musty but appeared clean. There was only a short (maybe 2 ½ feet wide) curtain to separate the couch/sofabed area from the main bed (would have preferred a curtain that covered at least half the width of the cabin for some privacy between the bed and sofabed). Our balcony was private and nice, though small. The suitcases fit under the bed (thankfully, as there was no other place to put them). Not much in the way of clothes storage but we made the best of it. The people in the cabin above us were very, very noisy and we got little sleep. We were told we could call security if they got too loud, but other than the first night (where it sounded like they ran back and forth all night long), they seemed to limit their movements to after 6am and before 11pm (which still robbed us of sleep because we are later risers). Unlike Disney and Princess, no chocolates are placed on the bed at turndown time, and towel animals are not every night (we got them 4 nights out of 7). Those are little things, but little things can make a difference. Read Less

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