Club Oceanview Stateroom
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.

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Club Oceanview Stateroom (04) Cabin Reviews

Suez Canal to Dubai : Cabin 4054
Sail Date: October 2018
Cabin was small but manageable. Bathroom shower could have been cleaner (some mold). Mattress was very comfortable. No balcony but we did have a decent sized window. Quiet.
Cabin was small but manageable. Bathroom shower could have been cleaner (some mold). Mattress was very comfortable. No balcony but we did have a decent sized window. Quiet. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
The cabin had a king size bed that was very comfortable. There was plenty of closet space and drawers for us to both completely unpack our suitcases. The space was very efficient. The bathroom had plenty of storage to keep our ... Read More
The cabin had a king size bed that was very comfortable. There was plenty of closet space and drawers for us to both completely unpack our suitcases. The space was very efficient. The bathroom had plenty of storage to keep our toiletries handy. As others have noted, the shower was small but worked fine for us. Appreciated that the electric had both American and European outlets, but it would have been great to have a USB port to charge phones without using an outlet. Read Less
Wonderful Itinerary : Cabin 4004
Sail Date: July 2018
Comfortable stateroom. Very quiet, close to the lifts at the front of the ship. Small bathroom with curtained shower. Extremely comfortable bed. We found the heavy table a bit too big and it got in the way of accessing the wardrobe and ... Read More
Comfortable stateroom. Very quiet, close to the lifts at the front of the ship. Small bathroom with curtained shower. Extremely comfortable bed. We found the heavy table a bit too big and it got in the way of accessing the wardrobe and other storage areas. There were not enough coat hangers, but the steward found me a stack of wire coat hangers to supplement those provided. 2 dressing gowns and slippers provided. Shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, body lotion and soap provided. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
Though on a low level, we could see out our oceanview window without obstruction, we were just one level away from the gangway exit when in port, and there was no noxious smell of diesel or kitchen, like we've had on other ships when ... Read More
Though on a low level, we could see out our oceanview window without obstruction, we were just one level away from the gangway exit when in port, and there was no noxious smell of diesel or kitchen, like we've had on other ships when at low levels. Very well laid out cabin, with 2 nightstands (different styles, but each with a drawer), reading lights, light-blocking curtains, sofa and coffee table, desk and chair, a wall of closets, one with long hanging space and one with short hanging space, LOTS OF HANGERS!!, several drawers in the closet as well as at the desk, a cubby with door for more storage, a minifridge and hairdryer, umbrella! (remember to take to port if it's raining; we forgot), and binoculars! The bathroom was small but functional, with more shelf space than most other cabins we've been in. Three narrow wall shelves above the toilet, a closed shelf under the sink; mini-shelves in the shower area for toiletries, which were replenished daily (we ended up carting a bunch of bottles all the way home!); the shower didnt leak all over the floor, and there was a retractable clothes line for drying bathing suits, etc. Could have used a few more wall hooks in cabin, but now I'm just getting greedy. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2018
The cabin was fine with a large window. The bathroom was the tiniest I have had in over 70 cruises with lots of different cruise lines. The shower unit (with curtain) was approximately 2ft 6in wide tapering to 1ft 9 in in width, and ... Read More
The cabin was fine with a large window. The bathroom was the tiniest I have had in over 70 cruises with lots of different cruise lines. The shower unit (with curtain) was approximately 2ft 6in wide tapering to 1ft 9 in in width, and about 4 ft in length. However it did not overflow into the cabin as the drainage was good. Bath towels were huge, very white and very fluffy. Fresh fruit, replenished every day. Wasted on us, as there was enough food. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
We chose this because of the extra space (equivalent to the size of a balcony, but as extra floor space inside the stateroom). Felt much more spacious. Only drawback, being as far forward as that - there was considerable noise (and ... Read More
We chose this because of the extra space (equivalent to the size of a balcony, but as extra floor space inside the stateroom). Felt much more spacious. Only drawback, being as far forward as that - there was considerable noise (and lurching) at times when seas were rough and from the anchor/chains being lowered/raised. Surprisingly, very little noise from the Cabaret Lounge below. Regardless, I'd book it again. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Cabin was well appointed, if cosy but with plenty of storage space and a very comfortable bed. Some of the surfaces are damaged and bathroom areas show signs of water damage.
Cabin was well appointed, if cosy but with plenty of storage space and a very comfortable bed. Some of the surfaces are damaged and bathroom areas show signs of water damage. Read Less

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