Very good size. Plenty of space for storing suitcases and clothes. Kids slept comfortably. We were located about halfway between multiple elevators. Room was very quiet even being across from a maintenance closet/room. Very seldom felt the ship moving either. Great location for a first timer. Read entire member review >>
The room is an adjoining cabin to 1302. It does not have a sofa bed and is designed for two people. Everything was very clean and very dated. Zenith tube television in the room seems like unwanted weight and power consumption compared to LCD.
There is no refrigerator. I did not expect one but have heard that other cruise ships of this size do provide them. Read entire member review >>
If you want a quiet, cozy cabin, this is NOT your cabin. BUT, if you are like me and like ambient noise, a little motion and room, this is YOUR cabin. It is an odd shaped cabin that has lots of room and It's located below the Pacific dining room, but you'll never hear any noise from there. It's above the deck that holds the ropes, chain pulleys etc for the docking ropes and also above the props so you'll hear an occasional bang, or dong but mostly you'll hear and feel the engines and propellers while out of port. The hum of the engine noise and vibration of the props rocked my wife and I to sleep every night and the extra movement of not so gentle seas helped us to sleep well and sleep late. We personally loved the cabin because of the ambient noise and movement but if you suffer from motion sickness or cant sleep with some noise, this is not the cabin for you. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was OK. Bunk Bed was useful for the kids. The steward was actually great in taking care of it each day.
The noise outside the cabin was very loud and effected our sleep greatly. Read entire member review >>
Quiet location, nice view, enough room for the 3 of us. The "spring" on our door worked fine to keep it open, but the connecting room's spring didn't. So we had to prop their door with a desk so that we could keep it open at all times. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1357 great location near self service laundry and elevator in aft half of ship only issue was due to ship design accessing Atlantic dining room was a pain. Easy access to Pacific dining room and Lido deck Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2457-For those thinking of getting an aft cabin, be aware there is a trade off. Sure the cabin is more spacious, but every morning when the ship pulls into port and every afternoon when the ship leaves, the whole cabin rumbles for a good 5-10 minutes leaving for some very uncomfortable moments. Booker beware =) Read entire member review >>
Our cabin, 1342 on the Riviera Deck was large, comfortable and clean. There is a lot of storage and luggage will fit beneath the bed. The washroom was the typical size of a cruise ship. We were very comfortable in this cabin and enjoyed the views from the large picture window. Unfortunately, the cabin is directly above where luggage and supplies are loaded or unloaded we found it to be noisy when we were at a port. Only happened three times. Read entire member review >>
Very noisy location...was right above the area where people got off the ship located towards the front of the ship. This was most noticeable when we arrived at port and they prepared the area for getting off and on the ship. Hallway too noisy...perhaps too close to elevators so heard people yelling and screaming even during the middle of the night. Read entire member review >>
2454 - great location however at back of ship so tends to be a little rough, also very noisy in the morning when coming into port but was a good way to have a wake up call if you are early risers like us. Surprisingly spacious, liked having safe, TVs should be changed to flat screens, update, and then you would have another table space Read entire member review >>
Our room was incredibly spacious. The bathroom had plenty of cabinet and counter space. I appreciated the full length mirror in the closet door. The wrap around counter was "cruise central" and enabled us to find everything we needed. We were heavy packers and had plenty of space. Our bed was comfortable.
We had an oceanview and often could watch as the first cruisers embarked. I liked the natural light and seeing our ports as we arrived.
The laundry was close by so that was helpful.
The only real noise were the vacuum cleaners and the painters touching up the ship on the Saturday morning. Read entire member review >>
Loved our cabin. It had a lot of drawer and closet space. The balcony while small, was quite a nice touch. The bathroom was bigger than most other ships we've been on. Very clean, beds not the softest we've experienced, but not too bad. The bedding was comfortable. Lot's of towels - they also leave clean beach towels in your room for the daily excursions. Read entire member review >>
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