Largeroom, tiny bathroom. We have 5 family members (it sleeps 6) and it was great. Next time we will only do a Balcony though as we missed all of the arrivals and departures everywhere we went. Also VERY DARK! Read entire member review >>
A good room, we chose it as we do not spend much time in the room and it worked out okay the room was okay for 4 people as the sofa bed was only bought out during the turndown service, although when down the room felt small. The only problem we found with the room was the absence of natural light helped to make the room feel smaller so, next time would go for a balcony. Read entire member review >>
We have 2 adjoining rooms. The TV in my daughters room did not works for first 3 days. Steward was nice. I recalled only 3 nights where they have animal towel. My daughter's toilet got stuffed up and water leaked when flush. It was fixed within the hour. Temperature control in room was good. They have many switched for lights. When the staff came by to sanitize room after plumber fixed toilet, they advise not to use master switch as it will reset something may be like your air/heater and will not comes back up normally for 15-30 minutes. Bed was good except for the middle bump when you put 2 together. Read entire member review >>
3830 - Family Inside Stateroom. Very small for 4 people to move around once the sofa bed is made up for sleeping. Closet/Drawers/Shelves are adequate for 4 people. The bathroom sink is very low but it was a great size for my 8 year old daughter! The stateroom attendent comes twice a day and the service is spectacular! The kids enjoyed the mints and towel creatures! Read entire member review >>
Ample closet room, great shelving. Small storage areas, great for perfume, make up, etc. Bathroom had ample storage for toiletries. The cabin was quite, did not hear corridor noise. Nice lighting. Read entire member review >>
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