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.
Read above- do not get this cabin as the water in faucet to brush teeth smelled like sewage...and there was a constant drip sound over beds that no one could fix...this was at 1130 pm, 2 am, 6 am....no one could figure out where it was coming from and it never got fixed..ie if you are a light sleeper like i am, you would go nuts..
Eko. Our cabin steward was great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We always got our extra towels, twice day bathroom clean up, turn down service and robes..he was awesome. Read entire member review >>
Do not book this cabin!!! The noise was terrible. I got no sleep due to the rattling of the closets and doors due to the vibration of the engines. We rocked and rolled all night long and not the fun kind! Read entire member review >>
We chose these cabins because of their size in comparison to a regular ocean view room. Also there are 2 windows in each. One is on the port side and one is on the starboard. Read entire member review >>
My outside cabin was comfortable and more than adequate. Drawer space is a little sparse (four built into the desk), but there are three closet sections, one of which has shelves. Robes, beach towels, and a hair dryer are provided in the cabin, though hair dryer is weak. Bring your own if your hair is thick or you are particular. As a single traveler, I had plenty of space in the bathroom, but it could be a little cramped for two travelers if there are a lot of toiletry items. Bed is comfortable and I slept well. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was in the back of the ship,very little traffic. It was a pretty big cabin due it's odd shape. The only thing is it vibrates only when we were are docking or pulling out of port other than that it is very quiet. Would book this cabin again Read entire member review >>
Too much noise coming through doors from hallway at night- maybe soundproofing them would help. Liked that we didn't have to use elevator for the dining room or going off ship for excursions and wasn't a long walk to get to elevators to go up to 9th and higher floors. Room had lots of storage areas and shelves for everything we brought with us. Read entire member review >>
If you are wanting an Ocean View cabin - snap this one up! It is a huge corner aft cabin that feels like a suite inside. It has two big windows that give you up close views of the ocean and plenty of light. The cabin was just one flight away from our main dinning room and a quick elevator ride to the Lido deck. The elevators on the aft end where never busy like the mid ship elevators. Great cabin and location. The only down side with a lower aft cabin is that you will feel vibration when the ship is docking into port but we where usually up by then anyways. Read entire member review >>
Our oceanview room was on the main deck, close to the middle of the ship. As ocean view rooms go, it was fairly spacious and clean. Our steward, William, did an awesome job. It was very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Good location forward, close to the forward elevator bank and stairwell, but not too close. Window was a good size, as it was larger than a porthole. Room was spacious in KING with additional twin bed configuration. Shower a bit small, but to be expected. Overall, the room was comfortable, and the room stewards kept everything super clean. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin 1286 was great because it was not far from the elevators, and we didnt hear a lot of voices or traffic. Our level, deck one was bad because we always had to wait for an elevator, so we used the stairs a lot. Read entire member review >>
We booked an oceanview and were expecting a small window, but it was a large window with a bay large enough to sit in. Wonderful views. The bathroom was large by ship standards, and hot water. The instructions said set it a 38 but that was too hot for me. Maybe closer to 32 was my liking. Lots of closet and drawer space. Nice tv, but hard too navigate the remote. Was quiet at night and most times during the day. Bed large and comfortable. Hair dryer was in the dresser drawer. I add this incase you read any reviews saying there are no hairdryers. Great place to live for a week. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a window cabin. It was perfect. Not too small. My husband really enjoyed sitting in the window sill reading and watching the waves. I enjoyed the 3 closets and the 5 drawers to put our clothes in, the space under the bed to put our empty suitcases, the space under the couch to put stuff, the drawers in the nightstands, the shelves in one of the closets, in the dresser, the nightstands, and in the bathroom, the safe, the lighting, and the TV (though we did have to have the steward get us a new remote). The comfortable sized bathroom, not too small, but not big. We especially liked the faucet to the side of the sink. The beds were comfortable. Not my Temperpedic at home, but better than most. The carpet was actually safe for me to walk on barefoot. It didn't feel dirty. I liked the color and the feel of the tile in the bathroom too. Though the lip to the shower either needs to be raised or there needs to be a door because water gets all over the floor from the shower. I really enjoyed our cabin. Plus, I didn't have to clean it. Housekeeping was AWESOME. Read entire member review >>
2477 is a corner aft stateroom with lots of room, however you can't see the TV from the couch and the room is right above the engine room - you will shake, rattle and roll while underway! Read entire member review >>
Cabin Riveria Deck OV 1380 Was creaky.... there is a sporadic metallic creak under the window that kept us awake the first night. We are pretty used to very quiet sleeping conditions, we live way out in the country. The purser desk quickly offered us earplugs which worked just fine and sent someone up to look at it almost immediately. Read entire member review >>
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