Suites include two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed, bathroom with full-size jacuzzi bath, dual sink vanity unit, WC and separate shower, wardrobes and drawer space, dressing area, butler service, three seater sofa, two chairs and table.
E185 has been discussed on the forum previously but we were unaware prior to our cruise. The vibration from the engines, particularly at night, caused the TV to shake and consequently create further noise. It became impossible to sleep on many nights, with the continuous creaking and groaning. It became so bad that one night we asked for the TV to be removed from the suite, or to be moved to another cabin. We were told there was no other cabins and were offered a "free" dining experience and bottle of wine, which we refused, as this was not a solution to the problem. A few days later, when we asked for the TV to be returned, we were told in no uncertain terms, and quite rudely, that "it would not be removed a second time, if the noise was the same". Therefore, if you are a light sleeper, do not book E185, save the money and book a smaller cabin, particularly if you are cruising for more than a week. Read entire member review >>
cabin was ok but bath got in the way of your left leg when sat on the toilet that is only a 3/4 toilet or child's size and hard to use better get rid of the bath and have a big walkin shower. Read entire member review >>
A perfect cabin! There is plenty of room to spread out in this cabin - a large desk area with window, a large sofa and two chairs, a separate desk with coffee and tea making facilities, a large bathroom, and a nice vanity/make-up area as well. Plenty of storage of all kinds. The balcony is very large and had a table and chairs and well as lounge chairs. Very comfortable bed. Read entire member review >>
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