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.
Cabin 7239 was wonderful! For an interior space it offered all that I needed and more! Hats off to my exceptional room steward who made the cutest bunny towel animal on the ship. It was hard to say goodbye to my towel friend. The beds was super comfy and my hall was very quiet. Wifi reception was exceptional. Read entire member review >>
Due dis disappointments on board, we actually spent a lot of time in our cabin. We found it roomy, comfortable and always cleaned and tended to perfectly. Bravo to the housekeeping staff Read entire member review >>
Location, location, location. We wanted aft for access to Lido Deck and Dining Room. Cabin is well kept, nothing worn. Most comfortable bed I ever slept in. Comforter on bed very nice. A/C worked great. Plenty of storage, not much "ship noise". Read entire member review >>
The stateroom 8342 I found a bit small but ok, noise issue as late at night you could hear deck chairs being dragged on the pool deck above, also the pool machinery room was right beside the room. Read entire member review >>
7295 and 7299 were quiet, except for some noisy hall guests. Be careful NOT to be too close to the Robusto Cigar Bar (aft deck 5). You could smell smoke from aft decks 4 and 6 as well as from the Gold Pearl dining room balcony on deck 4. Read entire member review >>
The room was fine. IT was an inside room and we did not expect much. We got what we paid for meaning it was fine. Plenty of closet space and space in general, nice bathroom. IT was fine. Room 6619
However, my friends room was 6619 and EVER BOOK THAT ONE! The speakers for the Spectacular theater were mounted to her floor. It was awful! They gave her a 15% refund when she complained, but by no means right away! The ship had no open rooms. I would have demanded more. Read entire member review >>
For one person, cabins 1043 (June 26-July 4) and 8291 (july 11-18) were great. Great condition, comfy. Noise from the hall could be heard through the vents in the door, however. Plenty of closet space (even for two), good lay-out. Read entire member review >>
This was designated an inside cabin, though it may have once been called obstructed oceanview. It is in the short hallway at the extreme bow of the ship. It has a window that looks out on the bow deck, but you can still see over the rail a bit and to the water. Long walk to most parts of the ship, but generally a very quiet location, though movement and waves against the bow are easily felt, as are the bow thrusters and anchor when docking. People can see in your window if you leave the curtains open, though very few people pass by. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6205 a Cat 4g is sold as "inside" but has a window, overlooking the walkway, below the bridge. While the view is obstructed by the rail, from a standing position you can see just what the Captain sees. This is a wheelchair accessible stateroom. It is upside-down "L" shaped, with the bathroom on the left as you walk in, closets, vanity, and mini-bar to the right, and the twin beds in an alcove past the bathroom. The bathroom is barrier free, and well set up, and the whole room works quite well for a wheelchair Read entire member review >>
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