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.
the room was nice, and I like the port hole rooms, because you get it for an inside price, but still get some natural light in the room. There was some morning noise when arriving in ports, but nothing I don't expect already, and does not last long. The seas were calm, so motion was not an issue. Only thing I did not like was the mattress on the single bed, springy like a trampoline. I slept on the sofa, but it was a bit to hard for me. No happy medium. Read entire member review >>
Small, but comfortable. My only complaint is that the room only has one socket and it's by the dresser. Whoever designed the boat obviously did not consider the passenger's comfort. We had 4 persons in 1 room and had to share 1 socket to charge our electronics. We requested an extension which we got but it was uncomfortable having to get up to use our electronics. Read entire member review >>
We had an insider cable on the 7th floor. After remembering the boat from out August trip it was good because I know which way to get to the dining rooms and without taking extra lifts to get there. It a box room, bed was a hard rock with the rough sea a couple night it was not fun sleeping. A hurricane was coming up the coast and at last minute blow out to sea, but the waves from it battle the hull and the boat was really rocking the first night into the next day. The higher you are up on the boat the more your felt it. Turing on channel 19 on the TV is way to know night and day. But if you not in the room it is fine. Read entire member review >>
We love the 1As with portholes. We were in 2211 this cruise and 2217 last cruise. The room seems spacious and the portholes provide light and some views. The downside is that you can't put the beds together. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was listed as upper/lower but this one has a twin and sofa bed.
Very roomy and a great value since it has 2 port holes.
You may hear some noise when ship is getting in port in the morning.
Not a deal breaker at all... would book again.
Our steward. Jo Jo did a fine job all week. No complaints Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine, it was just me so I had plenty of floor space, as well as counter and closet space. I had never been in a room on deck 1 or in the aft before. You CAN feel the thrusters vibration every morning going into port, it woke me up but it didn't last long so I went back to sleep. There is a safe and a fridge, as well as a stool and a chair. I didn't feel much movement except on sea day #2 of #3 right in a row we hit some rougher waters, and that could not be escaped anywhere on the ship. I would stay in this room again. Nice short walk to the elevator was also a plus! Read entire member review >>
2202 is a great cabin, for one person especially. It's almost like a suite with separate living and sleeping areas. You can only see the tv from the bedroom though. It's convenient to the lobby and theater. The wave-crashing and anchor-lowering(?) noises can be very loud, but overall, I really liked the cabin. Read entire member review >>
You get what you pay for. Small room, small bunk beds, no couch (just a single sitting chair), engine noise, a long walk to dining and shows. No elevator noise and very little foot traffic by the door. Easy access to Lido from elevators, but long wait for elevators. Read entire member review >>
Great location around the corner by the exit door to the 10th deck lido/pool/hot tubs!! Kids club was just the other side of the pool!! Was great for the late night pick up at 10 when all we wanted to do was jump in bed and not have to walk all the way down those long halls! Room also was handicap accessable with a roll in shower that could literally fit 2 people, a pull down seat to sit on in the shower and extended show curtain and hand rails! Large bathroom and room with plenty of walking space. There were even emergency pulls in the bathroom in case we needed it and one at the head of the bottom bunk (that we accidently pushed several times to a quick call to the room to check if we were ok!)...my only complaint with the room is the t.v was about a foot too close to the bed as you can't really see it while lying on the bottom bunk and the mattresses were too "springy" (but we have a tempurpedic so hard to beat that at home!) Read entire member review >>
Room....unfortunately the cruise was totally full and we had to book a bunk bed room....yes bunk beds attached to the wall. The room was very small and made for one person. You can not sit up in either bed without hitting your head and there was only one chair in the room. Very small, disappointing Read entire member review >>
Room was on Main Deck. It has two portholes. It was pretty choppy the seas and whilst you felt it no one in our party got sick at all. The noise of teh anchor was very loud but most time you were awake by then anyway. The room included a double bed which was comfortable. A single bed and pull down bed. All very comfortable. Bathroom was small but adequete. Room super clean inside and out. We had 9 large suitcases and were able to store them easily under our beds etc. Read entire member review >>
Room 2217 is a Cat 1A. However, even though you may read that this cabin has bunk beds, this is not true. There is a regular twin bed and a bed that is also a sofa (should you be traveling solo). You could push these two together, but the sofa is a few inches shorter. It is a great room with ample space - highly recommended! The only issue we had was that because it is so far forward, you will hear/feel the slapping of the ship against the water on rough nights, which will probably wake you. We even had a sound machine to drown it out, but it wasn't totally effective. We only had one really bad night and one bad night. Otherwise it was fine. Read entire member review >>
I always book cabin #7345 because it has extra walking space in the cabin.
It is a catagory 1-A which is the cheapest cabin. It doesn't have bunk-beds
like you see on the photos. The top bed is located in the ceiling of the cabin.
It is locked up there and only the cabin steward can open it.
I don't think there is a true photo of that cabin anywhere so You all have to take my word for it that it is a fantastic spacious cabin. It had a twin bed.Perfect for one adult and one teenager or child who like upper beds.
It has two closets with two robes, storage shelves, refrigerator, safe, small table, chair, seat for vanity table with a mirror.
Bathroom is normal size like all of the other cabins next to it.
Cabin is an "INSIDER". There are only a few of those types of cabins so I try to keep it a secret in case I want to book it again. But... I don't plan to cruise on the Splendor anymore since I will be cruising on other ships.
My secret is now public. lol. LucyR. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin! Loved that it was made for a "single" although it was meant for two people. The only drawback was the anchor as it was very loud at port but hey, you will get over it because the room was fantasic! Read entire member review >>
very spacious for the cheapest cabin available. Also no noise from the deck above and very little noise from passers by lingering in the corridors. The cabin staff have a store room to one side so you could sometimes get woken by them getting their gear out as they prepared to clean but this was never before 8.00am. Read entire member review >>
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