Features: two lower beds convertible to queen size; flat-screen television; some with sofa bed; refrigerator with mini-bar; thermostat-controlled air conditioning; direct-dial telephone and voicemail; desk; in-room safe; hand-held hairdryer.
There was ample size in the main living space. Our Oceanview room had a nice sized window so it provided a lot of light into the room. The shower was on the small side but the bed was very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
It turns out I had stayed in this cabin a few years ago! It was in a perfect location and completely quiet (except for the early anchorage prior to the Suez passage). This time I had a single and loved having it all to myself. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was at the aft end of the ship. No vibrations or engine noises. The cabin is on the small side but comfortably appointed and we liked it very much. We slept well in the bed. Adequate storage. The bathroom is very small but it too has enough storage. The shower must be the smallest around but it did the job of getting us clean and in the end, was really a non-issue. Read entire member review >>
8066 is a great cabin (suite). Lots of room between the bed and the closet, and more closet room than the smaller 7086 we had last time. Perks of a suite are tangible and the increase in price is warranted. Read entire member review >>
Closets adequate but not ample; this did make for more open space, the room actually appeared spacious.
Bathroom had adequate storage but shower stall was angled down from full rectangle. Water flow was a dribble and temperature fluctuated no matter what time of day. Be prepared to be woken when the anchor is lowered or risen.
Bathroom amenities were by Elemis and of poor quality.
Hallway extremely quiet despite being about 30 feet and one stairway away from disembarkation location.
Window box is large enough to recline within after pulling the drapes closed as a separation from anyone still sleeping. Read entire member review >>
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