Balcony
Quad occupancy in staterooms with 2 uppers, twin beds do not convert to a king-size bed.

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Balcony (8C) Cabin Reviews

Six Islands in a week! : Cabin E249
This balcony in the back has a little window as well as a door. We really liked the automated lighting that would turn on when you step on the floor in the middle of the night. The bathroom was clean and well maintained even though not ... Read More
This balcony in the back has a little window as well as a door. We really liked the automated lighting that would turn on when you step on the floor in the middle of the night. The bathroom was clean and well maintained even though not very modern. There was a third bed over our bed for one more passenger available in this cabin. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Cruise from Hell : Cabin M123
Like a jail cell, complementary toiletries bar soap, shampoo would use on dog Poor standard of cleaning, sinks never cleaned properly, Balcony never cleaned all week
Like a jail cell, complementary toiletries bar soap, shampoo would use on dog Poor standard of cleaning, sinks never cleaned properly, Balcony never cleaned all week Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
I needed a handicapped accessible balcony. There was only one left and I now know why. There were less than 50 balconies on the entire ship. Our room was the smallest that I've ever been in on a cruise ship and really expected it ... Read More
I needed a handicapped accessible balcony. There was only one left and I now know why. There were less than 50 balconies on the entire ship. Our room was the smallest that I've ever been in on a cruise ship and really expected it to be much bigger especially since it was handicapped accessible. It was a 3 person room. My 24 year old daughter had to sleep on the pull out bed on top of us. Needless to say, we all bumped our heads a time or two. There was only one closet. One side had a place to hang clothes and the other side had shelves and the safe. There were four very small drawers in the vanity. Overall, not much space to put your clothes especially for 3 people. There was no refrigerator either. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Excellent Cruise : Cabin E245
Smaller cabins, but always clean. We had a balcony which make it seem bigger. I recommend taking an over the door plastic shoe holder to store lotions, shampoos, conditioners, etc as there is very little storage space in the bathroom. ... Read More
Smaller cabins, but always clean. We had a balcony which make it seem bigger. I recommend taking an over the door plastic shoe holder to store lotions, shampoos, conditioners, etc as there is very little storage space in the bathroom. Shampoo and body wash are provided in the shower. Blow dryers are available upon request. Bath robes are available upon request. Our bed was very comfy. Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
Pleasantly Surprised! : Cabin E225
This was a mother/daughter cruise, and all four of us adults were in an aft balcony cabin---The smallest cabin we've ever had! We were on Empress Deck E225. The balcony was a lifesaver as it provided extra space for us to hang out. ... Read More
This was a mother/daughter cruise, and all four of us adults were in an aft balcony cabin---The smallest cabin we've ever had! We were on Empress Deck E225. The balcony was a lifesaver as it provided extra space for us to hang out. The beds were set up like bunk beds on both sides. Thankful for the space underneath the beds to store some of our luggage. We noticed a sewage smell several times as we were walking to our cabin, but we didn’t notice it in the aft part of the ship where we were. Being our cabin was in the aft of the ship, we felt quite a bit of movement, rocking/swaying, which lulled us to sleep at night. Beds were not the most comfortable but were adequate. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016

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