Stateroom has carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
As I was traveling solo, the cabin was very spacious. I've traveled in the same size cabin with my children before and well, what can one say; it's more crowded! You make it work though. This cabin had ample closet space to say the least. Two large closets made storing everything super easy. The safe and fridge were wonderful amenities. Also, slips in the room to order coffee delivered every morning was such a welcome luxury! A nicely sized table is available for the delivery to be placed right in front of the couch. The TV is nice for a late evening when you're relaxing and there are several channels for movies and ship information. You can even book an excursion on the TV (I did!) The bed was a bit hard, but truly, I don't think you can please everyone. The linens were very fresh and clean sheets every night was superior service-wise. The towels were very comfortable and ample numbers were supplied. In-cabin ice was a welcome treat for a water drinker like myself and I took quite a bit of advantage of the laundry line inside the shower. You are mere steps away from the elevator to the spa, which was a wonderful treat before bed on several nights! All in all an excellent experience. Read entire member review >>
As is was a spa balcony cabin, slightly different decor, complimentary spa soaps, shampoos etc, spa slippers and spa bathrooms.
Thermal pool our favorite was close by.
Great cabin. Read entire member review >>
In general, this room is very good. The decor is a little ... jarring. It's billed as "Asian-inspired," by which they meant violent yellow with paintings of birds and koi that look like they were created by children. But you get used to it. The balcony is very nice: no one above, only one person to the other side, very quiet.
For the most part, this room is in an ideal location. It's right next to the spa, at the end of a hallway with only about five staterooms on it, so there's not a lot of walking traffic. There's a door at the end of the hall that lets out to the Thunderball Pool, but it's a small pool, mostly occupied by adults, and it's never noisy. One deck above is the Serenity Deck, which is 21 and over and is very quiet (most of the time - see below).
We did have a major problem one night when they held the after-party for the big Lido Deck party at Serenity. We were awakened from sound sleep to the thumping of "Blurred Lines" as if it were being performed by Robin Thicke right in our room. Our ceiling was literally shaking from the thump of the bass and I could have sang along with every word. I called down to Guest Services and was essentially blown off; the bored-sounding guy promised to send someone to verify how loud it was, but never did. Awhile later, my husband called and was told that the noise was within accepted limits and it was a sanctioned activity so — oh well. And the guy also said it would be over by midnight (this was around 11:15 p.m.). When it was still raging at 2:30 a.m., I called and went a little crazy because I was exhausted. They finally sent up a legit officer to check out the noise and he was appalled by how bad it was. He said he would go try to get them to at least turn down the bass a bit. Needless to say, I didn't get much sleep that night.
We never had any other problems in the room and they ended up crediting our account $30.35 (?) a person for the annoyance, even though we didn't ask for it. They kept calling the day after to try to get a hold of me and speak to me about it, and I appreciated that.
Bottom line: 1101 is mostly awesome, but on that one night (it was mid-cruise, the night we were in Curacao for us), you might as well just go to the party or nap elsewhere, because you won't be sleeping in your bed unless you have better earplugs than me. I was really annoyed at the time, but I was over it by the next day. It's not like it ruined the cruise for me. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in a spa balcony cabin on deck 11 near the spa. The room had a king bed, a couch and a pull down bed that we did not use as there were only the two of us. We stayed on the starboard side so that we could see the Statue of Liberty as we left the port from our balcony. We ordered water ahead of time and it was delivered to our cabin shortly after we arrived. We asked the cabin steward to make room in the mini bar for it. She cleared out the refrigerator and we put our water in there. We took that water off the ship with us when we went to ports. The cabin stewards were exceptional. We had towel animals every night and the room was very clean.
The use of the spa is included in the price of a spa cabin. Read entire member review >>
Nice room but honestly kind of tight for four people. The best part pf the room was the balcony. Because this room was the last balcony on that side of the ship there was extra space so the two lounge chairs could be positioned to lay back easily without blocking the door. The TV was small and it did not have any HDMI ports (that I could see) which was disappointing because I had the original Star Wars trilogy to watch in the room just incase my youngest got board. The bathroom was decent, compared to photos of other cabins. I have not taken advantage to the spa amenities yet but I panned to before we leave the ship. We were on the side of the ship that went past the Statue of Liberty so I took some good shots as we left the Hudson River. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nice and I'm glad we spent the extra money to be in a spa cabin. It was much quieter and the spa was rarely crowded. It was a nice place to relax…very enjoyable and worth the extra cost in my opinion. It did, however seem to take longer to get the cabin cleaned every day…maybe because of our location. Read entire member review >>
Room was great.. Plenty of space for everything. Enough closet, shelf and drawer space for the 14+ outfits and coordinating jewelry and shoes I brought (plus my husbands stuff). Plenty of room in the bathroom-spacious by cruise standards. Decor nothing special. Best part was the free access to the spa which was right around the corner. We did not feel "rock" except for one night where it was bad no matter where you were on the ship (most people didn't even come to dinner that night) but the motion of ships don't bother us too much anyway) Read entire member review >>
Clean and well maintained. Our shower was a little clogged when we got on but was taken care of within half an hour of me calling about it. The Spa decks are 100% non smoking (even on the balcony) so that was a plus for us. Over all the cabins and cabin service was great Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1048 - Spa Balcony. beds plus couch that converts into single bed with drawers underneath. Lots of cabinet/drawer space. Mini-bar, safe, hair dryer, flat screen TV (few channels but nice), and usual stuff. Three closets large enough to stash 2 huge suitcases. Nice size bath with shower. Spa robes and slippers supplied as well as one set of spa bath and haircare samples. nice sized balcony. Overall it was very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 1841 was a super location, we had a balcony and were just one floor down from the lido diner. The only drawback was, we heard ALL the ships announcements every few hours, it woke us up from naps, kept us from sleeping in. This could have been alleviated by making fewer announcements. Read entire member review >>
Small and couldn't see the special spa privileges as marketed. Kids ran up and down the hall all the time. Location was too far forward to a smooth ride, I prefer the back of the ship. Would never pay the extra again for a spa cabin. Read entire member review >>
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