Cabin was great! It's the best sleep my wife and I have had in a loooong time. The mattress was firm but very comfy. Pillows were awesome. The cabin steward, Beratha, was great! Our rooms were cleaned everyday, and he even left a birthday message for my wife on the mirror (I paid for room service to decorate and they never did). Just dropped off a bottle of wine. I'm glad the crew added the extra message so it wasn't so bad. P.S. I'm getting reimbursed in full for the decorations and wine. 4-6 week wait though for the check. The toilet wasn't cleaned properly upon arrival but I spoke to Beratha and it was immediately taken care of, and they apologized. Read entire member review >>
Plenty big enough with lots of storage (and the suitcases can go under the beds), and very comfortable beds. Lots of light and lighting (including reading lamps over the beds). No complaints unless you wanted to eat room service in the room (we didn't), since there was no table other than a good-sized vanity with a stool. Read entire member review >>
Clean, neat and well taken care of by the stateroom steward. But for a family of 5, it was cramped and tiny. A tip for anyone needing one of the trundles they offer: give it to your shortest child because it isn't even 5' long. Next cruise we will be getting two staterooms, preferably connecting but at least next to each other. Read entire member review >>
Very clean and neat. Liked the closets and the little built in desk area under the TV. However, they need to put thermostats in the rooms. There was only two temperatures, cold and colder. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was extremely was laid out, very clean and in excellent condition. Bedding was really wonderful. The pillows were excellent and the blanket was so good that I purchased one. Yes, the cabin could have been larger but I could walk around the bed and the outside window was large. The closet was large enough and the lighting and TV was good. The bathroom had a shower and toilet. Everything works perfectly. The toilet made very little sound when flushed. You NEVER hear any other cabin flushing sound. There was all the hot water you could use. Plenty of plump absorbent towels were provided. Read entire member review >>
Our R-32 cabin was fine. It was quiet, clean & everything worked. Bed was comfortable. There was plenty of storage. Of course it is on the lowest deck far from the public areas but we felt that in case of bad weather there would be less rocking motion. Read entire member review >>
Pretty quiet. This room is in the aft part of the ship and down low, so you do get some engine noise, but nothing unbearable. I am a light sleeper, and didn't cause me to lose any sleep. The mattresses aren't the most comfortable, but certainly wont cause you to toss and turn... I am sure they use the same mattresses throughout the ship though. Overall I thought the room and the bath was a good size compared to the other 2 cruise i have been on. Read entire member review >>
It was a relatively quiet cabin with other cabins above and below us. A bit small for for three people it was a bit of a dance getting ready to go out. My biggest complaint after the obvious just one outlet in the room, is that the upper berth came over the foot the pushed together beds - this did not work well for the person sleeping on the "inside". I know there are cabins that the upper comes off the wall over the head of the bed (so you could walk around it) but I really couldn't tell you how to get one of those. Read entire member review >>
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