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Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower. These staterooms have portholes instead of windows. Approximately 140–319 sq. ft.

Large Ocean-View Stateroom (E)
Decks: Deck 1 | Deck 2 | Deck 3
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Large Ocean-View Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 2658
Jul 2017
This cabin (not sure of the category) had an ocean view and was huge in comparison to others we've had; lots of storage; even the bathroom! It is a connecting room but the doors will not open if the beds are kept as 2 singles against the outside wall. I can't say enough about the crew; our room stewards were there to greet us and make sure we had everything we needed. They kept our cabins clean (the best we've had on past 14 cruises!) and somehow did that without us seeing them! The one thing I really liked was that they kept mostly all of their 'equipment' out of halls so we could walk by easily.
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Cabin 1915
Jul 2016
Spacious enough for three, with a surprising amount of storage. We had feared our proximity to the elevators would prove noisy but had no problems with no noise or traffic and enjoyed being close to the stairs. Beds were very comfortable and everything was spotless throughout the trip.
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Cabin 3358
Jun 2016
Cabin was nice. The bed and bedding was comfortable. We liked that we were lower promedade as the 'walking deck' was right outside our room. We had no cabins to our Aft side TV reception is limited but that's ok.for a cruise. The bathroom was a bit dated but clean. We actually would request this room again. Enough said.
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Cabin 2704
Jun 2015
Loved the cabin. Bathroom larger than other bathrooms on previous cruises. Had a really nice medicine cabinet & a large shelf that ran under the counter top. A lot of storage space for your things. Had a lot of closet space. More than other cruises. And a lot of hangers. I've always liked the cabins in the aft because I love the engine noise & the vibration of the ship. Helps me sleep good. Right under our cabin is the is where the ropes are kept when we docked. Cabin was very quiet but you can hear them work when getting ready to dock. It was not problem for us we were always up anyway to go on shore. Usually being on the 2nd deck the only way to get upstairs is using the elevators but on this ship we had a door going out the back of our hallway. Really nice to just step out and get fresh air or go up stairs 1 floor to the walking deck. You can go higher if you want. LOVE LOVE LOVE the bed. This cabin has a King Size Bed and was the most comfortable bed we've ever slept on. They use 2 twin mattresses. We have problems with our backs and always wake up with our backs hurting or wake during the night because we hurt. Not on these beds.
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Jun 2013
The Cabins are very roomy and have plenty of storage.
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Cabin 1926
Sep 2012
This was our first ocean view (normally we have had a balcony), and it was fine. It was amazing what we saw out of our window-- great scenery, whales by the dozen, and seals. Our location was convenient to the elevators yet very quiet. Our only real complaint was the plumbing that made the bathroom unusable for a couple of days. We adapted, but Holland needs to do a better job a addressing eh issue with us as passengers.
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Dec 2010
Sea of Cortez plus more By: EnglishEcho
Any cabin on the main deck is under the promenade deck so that there are people walking over at all times of the day and night. The crew clean the promenade deck around 0430 so if you are a light sleeper you will be woken. There was no refrigerator in the cabin but the cabin steward brought a wine cooler bucket for our white wine. Closet space was excellent, one of the best we have ever seen with plenty of hangers, which is rare.
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Jan 2010
Our cabins were quite roomy with plenty of storage. The bathroom was larger than some of the other ships we have been on. It was quiet where we were since there were no rooms across the hall. It would be nice if other guests learned how to close their doors quietly instead of slamming them shut. Our next door neighbor seem to have a problem with this.
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