Daily steward service, Interactive TV, radio and telephone, Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator, Tea/coffee making facilities, Air conditioning, Picture mirror, Vanity/writing desk and chair, Wardrobe and drawer space, Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed (based on 2 sharing), Bathroom with shower and WC, Special touches: Mineral water on arrival, Luxurious pamper pack.
We always have twin beds on board ship, so it was the same on this cruise, it was just the twin beds, just one chair at the dressing table, a shower/toilet/wash basin, and hanging space for your clothes, a little basic but what more do you need we were hardly in the cabin during the day but did have a rest in the afternoon. Our cabin stewards was "canute", a pleasant guy who always said good morning in a cheerful manner, we didn't ask for anything from him but gave a good tip. We stopped the automatic tipping at reception we prefer to tip on merit not by right. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was kept very clean by Satish, a fantastic cabin steward, it was comfortable & had everything we would need, yes the carpets were stained here & there, but look how many people use them & not everyone is as careful with hotel rooms as others! The bed was comfortable, set up as a queen size, as requested. Linens were changed every day. Beds were turned down every night, chocolate on pillow as well. Ice in cabin every day, tea, coffee, milk etc. replenished daily Read entire member review >>
The cabin we chose was basic as we did not intend to spend to much time in it ! Due to the time of year we elected not to have a balcony as the weather and destinations were not up to much. Our cabin steward was fantastic , never intrusive yet always seemed to have been in to keep our room spotless for us , a first class service from "Nazareth" so much so we tipped him separately upon leaving , English pounds are apparently preferred , thank you Nazareth for your time . Read entire member review >>
We had A204 and A208 inside cabins. They were right at the front of the ship. The cabins themselves were plenty big enough with a nice bathroom with a shower, no bath. There was an open wardrobe, safe, interactive tv, tea and coffee making facilities and a hair dryer. The only fault with these rooms were the proximity to a crew staircase where crew members were running up and down all day, for whatever reason, from 6am til quite late. It sounded like a herd of elephants on a metal staircase. It was very annoying and was kind of like an arm clock at 6 am. Read entire member review >>
I was in R225 on Azura.It was extremely quiet except during the storm as we got the pitching and the swinging so my drawers and hangers and hair dryer moved alot but that was nothing. I loved that room. It was spacious and there was plenty of wardrobe space. Shower was tiny but I managed in it no problem. It wouldn't be ample for a large person. I am a size 12. Beds very comfy and pillows were nice and soft. I would recommend this room as had no problems whatsoever! Read entire member review >>
INSIDE CABIN RIVIERA DECK
GOOD SIZE PLENTY OF HANGING SPACE AND SHELF SPACE. NOT ENOUGH DRAWERS.
TV VERY GOOD INTERACTIVE= WITH FREE FILMS.
FRIDGE= TWO SMALL WATER PROVIDED
SHOWER ROOM SMALL BUT EXCELLENT SHOWER, SOME TOILITIRES
TEA & COFFEE MACKING FACILTIES VERY GOOD FILLED EACH DAY PLUS BISCUITS
TWIN BEDS VERY COMFORTABLE.
LOTS OF MIRRORS.
QUITE CABIN OCCASIONAL NOISE FROM UPSTAIRS CHAIRS BEING MOVED. Read entire member review >>
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