Upper/lower bedding helps creatively maximize space for a pair of cruisers. These staterooms feature all the same amenities as other interior staterooms, with a different layout- including one twin bed, and either an upper pullman or sofa bed. Some locations include two portholes giving you the classic seafarer's view- a pair of round windows provides an affordable ocean view.
Mattress old and lumpy. Being on the first floors, the waves that hit the ship would make a loud noise. Very hard to get a good night sleep. Room attendants were good. Don't get a room on the first floor. Read entire member review >>
Never ever book a 1A unless you get the porthole rooms! They are FWD on decks 2 & 1 and make sure you pick the one that has windows. For as much as I paid for this room, I got a sweet deal and the room is perfect! It's laid out just like an oceanview/balcony and you get way more closet space. The portholes were perfect for sunlight and just to look at the waves. Read entire member review >>
Although this was a category 1A I had a handicapped room which had a huge bathroom and plenty of space overall. The cabin steward was very attentive and worked very hard. I also liked that it was on an upper deck so I did not feel like I was in steerage or above an anchor etc. Read entire member review >>
Since we didn't want a cabin way down in the ship the only option was to take a chance on a cabin back-to back with the lifts. The odd design of these cabins, with bunk beds and lots of empty floor space is due to the fact that they are ment to cater for the needs of a cruiser in a wheel chair. There was no noise to worry about, so it turned out to be the best cabin I've ever had. and the cabin was, can you believe it, too big. I asked for an armchair to fill out some of the space, and it came after a few days. Other than this delay the service was perfect. The crew working around the cabins were really nice.
This extra large inside cabin has an excellent location on the nineth floor mid ship. Just behind the stairs there is direct access to the buffet reataurant and the outdoor eateries near the main pool with the big screen that is used for the night time cinema. The kid's club is another flight of stairs up. Read entire member review >>
This room is handicap accessible so it is very spacious with a large bathroom and shower. Beds are super comfortable!!! Pros: Location you are right by the action, spacious room, and Greg the room steward is great!!! Cons: the room is directly under water works and there's yellow bucket that dumps water over your room so it's very nosey and you can hear the music from the lido deck. Also less closet space.... I would definitely stay in this room again!! If you're never in your room than the noise shouldn't bother you as much. The water works closes at night so you won't hear it when you go to bed but if you're a light sleeper I don't recommend this room!!! Read entire member review >>
I had a 1A porthole, non-convertible twin. I thought it was very spacious for 1 person. Didn't notice much noise, except when we hit rough seas (Hurrican Gonzalo's afterwake) or when the ship was moving fast. I loved this cabin & if they ever put a larger bed in it, I'd book it again. Read entire member review >>
1A room 6229 over ovation theatre so be prepared for noise but we had no problem sleeping. Plenty of storage space. did not like the hair dryer in the first drawer prefer it to be in bathroom. Do not like hair getting on desk and in the drawer would rather it all be in the toilet room. Read entire member review >>
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