Whether you're warming up for your spa appointment or winding down after your treatment, there's no better place to do it than on your Cloud 9 Spa Balcony. Two twin beds convert to a a king, and the private balcony has patio chairs and a table. This stateroom also includes a single sofa bed, sofa and coffee table, and a desk and seat.
11210 is a great cabin. Midway between the forward and Spa/Serenity elevators, there was no noise and it was wonderful to catch the elevator up to the Serenity deck. The balcony is covered (the 12th deck is not,) although when it rains, there may be some excess water from the suite balcony next door. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very nice. Good color combinations. Bed was very comfortable as were the robes and slippers that were provided. The room was always kept up nicely. We had champaign delivered the first dys and didn't dring it for four days.mit was always kept on ice for us in our room. We were high up and towards the very front of the ship with only the spa above us so we had great views at night but the downsize is because of the location you get lots movement which for us was great and made sleeping wonderful. We were so close the the spa that we could go thru a side door across the hall and be there in seconds. Loved the room and the service Read entire member review >>
Spa cabin - 11240. Cabin same as standard balcony. Location was great. One deck up to work out, one deck down to eat/drink. Did not make as much use of spa amenities as I thought we would. Plenty of storage - don't forget under bed. Colors very nice. We had the pier side view every port so great to watch us pull in and then get back underway from the balcony. No noise, very quiet at all times. Read entire member review >>
Spa Balcony Room 11243: Beautiful Room, great service/staff. Slightly noisy with one of the cabins down the hall had several small children running back and forth and of course overly excited, but truthfully nothing to complain about. The "sewer-like" smell on the balcony in the evenings took the romance of the balcony room away. Read entire member review >>
11235 - a spa balcony room. Bed was extremely comfortable as was the couch which was made into a twin for our son. Bathroom sufficient and our room steward kept everything immaculate. Impressed with so much storage in the stateroom! We never heard anyone from other rooms or the hallway. Completely dark when curtains are closed at night. Read entire member review >>
Spa cabins are beautiful. Two wardrobes and one with shelves. Lots of storage space. Very comfy sleeper sofa (we sat on it, not slept). Bathroom had lots of shelf and counter space, shower as expected. Location was perfect. Neighbours were an issue - why do the doors have to bang, and why do people let them? It's great that there's no smoking on the spa balcony, but what about the people in the cabins below blowing their smoke up to mine? Balcony has a swing door instead of a slider which I find much more convenient.
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Spa robes are to die for, but they don't make spa slippers for the Breeze, or so I'm told. ;) Read entire member review >>
Cabin 11240, Spa Deck, afforded us the peace and quiet we wanted during the times we chose to be in it. This outside cabin's balcony is small, 2 chairs and a table. The square footage is the same, 185 sq ft, as any other outside cabin on any other deck. It has adequate storage space for two people if you place your emptied luggage under the bed. There are upscale bathroom products and slippers and bathrobes that come with Spa accomodations. Read entire member review >>
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