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Daily steward service, Interactive TV, Vanity/writing desk & chair, Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed, Bathroom with full size bath, shower, sink vanity unit & WC, Lounge area with sofa, chairs & coffee table, Two flat panel TVs, Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors leading to balcony with coffee table & recliner chairs, Special touches: Mineral water on arrival, Luxurious pamper pack, Bathrobe and slippers, Atlas & binoculars, Fruit bowl, flowers, Champagne & chocolates on arrival.

Superior Deluxe Balcony Stateroom (CC)
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Cabin E723,727
Aug 2016
Shabby, dull, boring brown colour, avoid these cabins on rear due to possible stinking sewerage smell.
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Jul 2016
Excellent, about the same size as Cunards Princess suite on Victoria. I wish they would replace the bathrobes with toweling robes. I was impressed that we had a bottle of genuine Champagne and not a fizzy imitation.
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Cabin D701
Jan 2015
NOT THE BEST By: Aylesbury x 2
Spacious cabin with adequate balcony albeit overlooked by above deck cabins. Cabin décor bit boring/dull. Shower controls awkward and insufficient power shower. Comfy bed and seating area with 2 tvs.
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Cabin B247
Jan 2015
So disappointed By: Castledean
On deck 11 and quite a way from restaurants etc. good thing it's quiet .
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Cabin D115
May 2013
By: Argonaut77
Good space, comfort and facilities. Very close to bows with consequent significant movement in heavy seas.
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Cabin D205
May 2013
Lovely cabin towards the front starboard of the ship with uninterrupted views. As the balcony is the furthest projecting out, over the lifeboats, the balconies above do look down on you. No problem as long as you are aware of it. Good size cabin with a full sized bath, and plenty of storage.
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Cabin D709
Aug 2012
Near lifts yet still quiet. Large balcony but being overlooked from above may deter some. Good size bed, closet and sitting areas. 3/4 bath but room v clean
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Cabin E711
Jun 2012
Fantastical Fjords By: sparklefish
E711 - starboard side. Great size, plenty of storage. When the weather was windy the was a lot of rattling. This may be because the cabin was on an open corner.
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Cabin D515
Apr 2012
Lovely cabin with lounge area,full sized bath and balcony. On the downside, the balcony is overlooked by several decks above, so you lose a lot of privacy. Being in the middle of the ship, you don't feel the movement as much, and lifts are around 20m away. The cabin seemed fairly well soundproofed, and the steward (Archie) was a gem.
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Cabin D225
Jan 2012
Brilliant!! By: vicky307
D225 Deck 9 superior delux cabin - spacious, very clean and a comfortable bed. Tea and coffee facilities were refreshed regularly. Good choice films and sitcoms on the tv. Our cabin steward was superb and extremely friendly. We had little noise. We were very close to the front lifts so accessible to all parts of the ship. Because we were nearer the front we did feel the movement of the ship every so often. Lovely to have champagne and chocs as it was our honeymoon! We had a information leaflet on every port. Some mornings we had breakfast in the cabin which was never late.
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Cabin D505
Jan 2012
Azura By: Pam Croll
We thought our cabin was very good all way's well stocked and very clean being mid ship we were handy for the lift's and all amenities. Very bright and airy we would ask for that or as close too it again. It was quiet, no obstructing sea view's, just a tad unusual getting into the bathroom it being a raised entrance. We would never have guessed we were on board a ship we could have been staying in a hotel somewhere.
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Cabin D724
Dec 2011
Disneyland in the Caribbean By: Mike Philpott
All cabins on D deck seem to be pretty similar. Ours was towards the rear of the ship and if the person next door had not been stinking us out with his cigars, would have been superb. The more expensive cabins are closer to the centre of the ship but they are the same in terms of accommodation and get far more noise from the knees up that happen on the top decks as the ship leaves a port. Movement of the ship was not a problem for us at the rear of the ship and our cabin had the added benefit of being just across the corridor from the passengers' launderette.
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Cabin D628
Aug 2011
Nice a roomy bat very noisy, being adjacent to exhaust stack. Vibration also an issue.
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Cabin E714
Jul 2011
Stormy Waters By: Richard48
Our Cabin a Superior Deluxe Bacony was spacious and well appointed.
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Cabin d121
Apr 2011
we were in cabin d121 which was forward of the ship this was a superior balcony and was of an excellent standard and very spacious and although we hada problem with the toilet flushing (our fault)couldn't fault it
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Cabin d214
Apr 2011
On a slippery slope By: sunnysideup5
CC cabin D214. Very, very noisy within the cabin with lots of banging and creaking. Very little noise from corridor or other cabins. Insulation between cabins very good. Sufficient wardrobe space. Sufficient bathroom space. TV's were at the wrong height to give a good picture. Need to be relocated. Balcony was completely overlooked and not at all private. Design is just wrong.
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Cabin E724
Jan 2011
The mini-suite on E deck was an upgrade and was clean,quiet and well appointed and cleaned by overworked staff.
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Cabin D704
Dec 2010
P&O vs Princess By: ManxSte
Great cabin, knew what we were getting. Not disappointed. Had a couple of minor problems with toilet which they fixed straight away.
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