Balcony
Oceanview stateroom with private balcony and twin beds that convert to king.

Balcony (8D) Cabin Reviews

Pack and Go Deal : Cabin 7117
Sail Date: August 2017
With the Pack and Go deal all we had was a guaranteed balcony, so was not expecting much. However this cabin was fine. About 5 cabins from the bow and the bridge. I thought we might get a bit of up and down motion due to the location, but ... Read More
Sail Date: November 2016
Perfect location for proximity to elevators, proximity to Versailles and Pharaoh venues, proximity to the children and teen hangouts. No engine noise and little vibration. Clean. Tons of space under the beds for our bags. Two closets with ... Read More
Sail Date: July 2016
We had two balcony staterooms. Good location forward starboard close to front lifts. They were clean and were cleaned well daily throughout our cruise. The bathroom was a good size and shower was hot. Water pressure could be better. ... Read More
Sail Date: September 2015
Cabin was really good with no issues. We had a fold down bunk from the roof which added some functionality to the room Read More
Great Ship : Cabin 8 th Deck
Sail Date: August 2015
Wonderful Stewart was great Read More
Fantastic staff : Cabin 7442
Sail Date: July 2015
Great cabin, a little cramped with two kids (one in a porta-cot). The water pressure in the shower was lousy, but that's the only complaint. Our steward (Sharlene) was amazing! Read More
Lots of fun : Cabin 7321
Sail Date: March 2015
Cabin was large enough and located towards the back of the boat. I did notice not as much vibration in this spot as last time being mid ship. We were just around from the back elevator which took you straight up to deck 9 food hall. Read More
Sail Date: October 2014

Excellent cabin, would book this one if we travel on Spirit again. It is unusual in that it and 7155 are two cabins ‘back’ or ‘indented’ from the rows of balcony rooms next to them. In our case, this meant there ... Read More

Great Family Getaway : Cabin 7337
Sail Date: August 2014
Great location, at the back of the ship, little if any movement. Read More