Our cabin was small, which is typical for an inside lowest floor cabin, but perfect for two people. I can not imagine any more people being squeezed in there. Our room did have two murphy beds folded up. Our steward was excellent. Read entire member review >>
185 square feet seems small, but it's surprising how roomy it can be when it's well laid-out. We never really felt like we were on top of each other in the cabin; I could see it being a little tight if you've got 4 adults, but for 2 adults and a preschooler, it more than sufficed. R71 and R75 were nicely convenient to the fore elevators, but not so close that there was a ton of elevator noise. Read entire member review >>
Romi was fantastic. He cleaned the room like I have never seen anywhere before. He always smiled. He was very, very helpful with directions. He was great and helpful. If I ever go back on another cruise, I will be looking for Romi. I just want you to know that Romi was great. He is a great asset to your team. Thank you, from U127. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was a little older and the bathroom floor needed some attention. But we don't spend very much time in the room at all. It was clean, bed was comfortable. I liked the TV channel that shows you where you are and remote camera's on the boat. Read entire member review >>
Have come to expect limited space and pack accordingly. Hot water is HOT and hard to regulate in shower. Beds almost as good as the expensive set I have at home. M163 must be near a stairwell, lots of echoing noise. Shipboard instructions hard to understand at times in cabins. All in all a great trip. Read entire member review >>
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