Features: two lower beds convertible to queen size; floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors; sitting area with sofa bed; flat-screen television; refrigerator with mini-bar; thermostat-controlled air conditioning; direct-dial telephone and voicemail; desk; in-room safe; hand-held hairdryer.
Some rooms are accessible and feature the same amenities
Clean, adequate, but small compared to larger (cheaper) ships -- especially a tiny 2 sqm bathroom containing a shower (with plastic curtain) basin and toilet. Also the balcony is a tight squeeze for two chairs and a table -- no room for a sun lounge. We only sighted our senior room steward on odd occasions and there was nothing pro-active about his attitude. The mini bar, which is not a fridge, held a few cans of drinks (warm) none of which were on the free list. Read entire member review >>
Small but quite nice. Tiny shower and bathroom but updated and nice. Great bed and pillows. Nice large TV right in front of the bed. Mini-bar had soft drinks for free but alcoholic beverages in the room were an added cost. We found 7032 to be very quiet but a lot depends on your neighbors. Nice to have a DIY laundry center down the hall. Read entire member review >>
I would stay in this cabin again.
No noise whatsoever from lifts. As you enter the room the bed head is on your right (travelling feet first!!).
Metal solid bulk head on right hand side on balcony. So made it very private and quiet. Super location for two levels down to Mosaiic and Discoveries and two floors upto Windows restaurant.
Paintwork on balcony on the divider and drain on balcony quite rusty but I expect it will be sealed and painted soon! Read entire member review >>
Small but nice, quiet, cozy veranda cabin. I enjoyed using the veranda, especially for room service breakfast or just taking in the sun on the sea days. The free guest laundry is on deck 7 too, and in an equatorial climate, the laundry is an important amenity. The cabin stewards kept my room in tip top shape. This cabin is close to stairway and elevator, making it easy to get to the caberet, casino or living room, as well as to the speciality restaurants and windows on deck 9, as well as the dinning room and cafe mosaica on deck 5. I did not hear any noises from above, below or beside my cabin. Read entire member review >>
Adequate; carpet, etc need updating. There were splashes of white paint on the veranda railing and some needed touch up was visible. The quality of the products (shampoos etc) was dramatically reduced from 5 years ago on the Quest. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very dated and the bathroom tiny with a disgusting shower curtain. The steward did a nice job of keeping it clean. The location was right across from a service door so we heard a lot of opening and closing of the door. Read entire member review >>
This was a good mid-ship cabin. Cabin was quiet, and except for a few rude revelers late at night, we didn't hear any hallway noise. There was plenty of room to stow our stuff (and plenty of hangers!). We didn't feel cramped or claustrophobic in the cabin, particularly with the small couch and coffee table, large sliding glass door and veranda. My only complaint is the "puny" hairdryer. Button had to be pressed continuously in order to make it work and it was low wattage. Read entire member review >>
Cabins are small - let's face it. We don't like the two twins pushed together - someone was always sleeping on the crack. The cabin was well appointed, had good storage and ours was in a great location. Read entire member review >>
Bathroom rather small: tiny shower area. This is a stern facing cabin : larger external veranda, (but no loungers). Slightly more enclosed feel on the veranda than the standard (side) cabins, but nice wide views. On balance a good choice. We did not experience any "movement issues" despite being right at the end. Read entire member review >>
perfect location. 4 suites down from the laundry room. near the stair and elevators. 7th floor the best choice because the buffet is on 9th floor and dining room on the 5th. easy walking. comfortable bed. well designed for convenience. shower adequate, but rose bath products were lovely and gentle on skin. Read entire member review >>
The verandah cabins are very small. Because it is an older boat, there was less than 200 square feet per cabin. Very small bath as well. Tiny shower with curtain. Our cabin was near a stairway and was quiet although we could hear children yelling out in the hallway. Our cabin was fairly close to the self service laundry, which was nice. This cabin wasn't around any public areas, which help with the noise factor. Read entire member review >>
Only comment is the smallish shower and the layout with the wardrobe with the bathroom. If one of us was at the wardrobe you couldn't access the bathroom either in or out as space was limited there. But nothing major on this with a very good balcony and very quiet as could not hear next door cabins.
It would be nice if you could switch the air con off in the cabin if you wanted.
Very clean and well looked after by cabin staff Read entire member review >>
We stayed on the Journey and had Cabin 6068, class: V2. The cabin is Mid-ship on the Port side of Deck 6 and was very quiet. Liked the convenience of being on deck six. The ship docked in every port but one and you exit/enter the ship from deck 5 when docked. The main dinning room is also on Deck 5. The next important deck is deck 9. We never had to wait long for an elevator. As far as the cabin itself, it is a typical Balcony of an "R" class ship, maybe around 170 square feet with a balcony. The balcony is about 4.5' wide and had two plastic chairs and a small glass top table. The view is unobstructed. The cabin had enough storage space and wooden hangers. The bathroom is small but had just enough shelves etc. for a 2 week cruise. Everything in the cabin worked and was in my opinion was in vary good condition with a comfortable bed and pillows. Read entire member review >>
Good location, quiet. Shower curtain mouldy and smelly and had to be replaced. Overall looking its age. Intrusion of sickly diesel fumes from refuelling bunker while ported. Read entire member review >>
I really like deck 7 on these ships. Since we always use the stairs, rather than the elevator, it's only 2 flights down to the main public deck or 2 flights up to the pool deck/Windows Cafe. Our cabin was situated very near the aft stairs.
Our only problem, was that we were the last cabin to be cleaned each day. It was usually noon or later before it was made-up. Other than that, it was similar to every cabin we've had on Azamara/Oceania ships. The beds were comfortable and there was adequate storage for our needs. Read entire member review >>
Across from public laundry, never heard a thing. Usual size cabin, usual size balcony, but the fruit bowl and flowers were a nice touch, along with the free bottled water. Usual size bathroom Read entire member review >>
We stayed in room 7021 near the front of the ship. I was slightly worried about my husband getting seasick, but didn't feel much of anything even with a couple of rough days. I spent A LOT of time on the balcony - it was peaceful and quiet. The only constructive criticism I can think of, is the shower curtain. The size of the shower is small but adequate. However it would feel much more spacious if they would outfit the shower with a curved rod on top and weights on the bottom of the curtain to prevent it from blowing in on you - YUK. If your shoes get wet, put them in the closet with the fridge - it's very warm and toasty in there and they will dry by morning. Read entire member review >>
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