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Edge Single Stateroom with Infinite Veranda

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Edge Single Stateroom with Infinite Veranda (ES) Cabin Reviews

A cabin for a solo cruiser that actually opens to the outside?? YES PLEASE!!!! I adored this cabin. No, it's not huge, but it's just right for one person. If you're a heavy packer, do be aware that there are not drawers in ... Read More
A cabin for a solo cruiser that actually opens to the outside?? YES PLEASE!!!! I adored this cabin. No, it's not huge, but it's just right for one person. If you're a heavy packer, do be aware that there are not drawers in the cabin. But I'm a light packer so between hanging things and sliding packing cubes into the shelves I was 100% fine! Yes, the bridge has the ability to lock the infinite veranda in place, but if it is for cleaning, that IS announced in the daily planner delivered to your stateroom. In the event of weather they can also do it, but even on our final sea day which was windy, a little rainy, and with large waves that sometimes sent spray above the lifeboats (at the very base of the infinite veranda), they were not locked. Bathroom was a good size with shelving and a large (by ship standards) shower with a glass door. Already have this cabin booked for 4 upcoming cruises on Apex!! Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
Disappointed! Pros- great bathroom. Great location. Excellent service. Nice design. Cons- not a single drawer or shelf to unpack your clothes. Where the regular rooms had a ton of storage, this room had one closet with no shelves and ... Read More
Disappointed! Pros- great bathroom. Great location. Excellent service. Nice design. Cons- not a single drawer or shelf to unpack your clothes. Where the regular rooms had a ton of storage, this room had one closet with no shelves and that’s it. There was a minibar with a fridge and safe and one small shelf under the safe. Crazy! So you can’t unpack anything that does not hang. The tender boat is right under your balcony so you can’t look down and you see the attennna partially blocking the view. The infinite veranda is just a really nice horizontal window. Not a veranda. There is no couch. Just a small desk. And two chairs on the veranda. For the price they charged I would pay the 2 person charge for a bigger cabin with a window and no infinite veranda and pay less overall for much more space. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
I mostly loved it : Cabin 6220
The solo cabins are small, but plenty big enough for one person. It did overlook the lifeboats, so you could not look straight down to the water, but only out further. All my clothes fit in the closet and they had just enough hangers. I ... Read More
The solo cabins are small, but plenty big enough for one person. It did overlook the lifeboats, so you could not look straight down to the water, but only out further. All my clothes fit in the closet and they had just enough hangers. I do wish they had a couple of drawers, rather than just 2 open shelves. The bathroom was perfectly appointed, the shower large and water pressure great! There were 3 shelves to place your items as well as a shelf under for your larger things. They have an auto night light which was very appreciated during the night. There was no music playing on the TV (like on the navigation channel) which I missed while getting ready in the morning and for dinner. If you had internet, you probably could stream music. Now to the infinite veranda. The idea sound great, and it was pleasant. However, it really didn't feel like the "balcony's" I am used to. While it was nice to look through the balcony area from the room, I can't say it truly felt like part of it. The 2 chairs and table there were comfortable, and if you wanted to lower the window (which is very slow), you would close the glass bi-fold doors so the A/C doesn't shut off in the room. (Like any balcony room, if you prop the door open, the A/C would shut off.) So you move the chairs a little to get the doors closed but it did kind of feel more like an open window. However, especially for the smaller solo cabins, it did help with the overall space for the room. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Balcony is big window, no lounge chairs, no drain to allow water from sprinkler to run off, YES THATS WHAT I SAID-- could hear my brother in law (cabin 11262 ) talking in his bathroom , while I am in my bathroom, COULD BE FUNNY OR ... Read More
Balcony is big window, no lounge chairs, no drain to allow water from sprinkler to run off, YES THATS WHAT I SAID-- could hear my brother in law (cabin 11262 ) talking in his bathroom , while I am in my bathroom, COULD BE FUNNY OR EMBARRASSING Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
The first surprise upon entering my cabin was to see that a good third of the view from my veranda was blocked by a winch for a tender. The cabin had not been described as obstructed view, but I understand that has since been corrected. ... Read More
The first surprise upon entering my cabin was to see that a good third of the view from my veranda was blocked by a winch for a tender. The cabin had not been described as obstructed view, but I understand that has since been corrected. The infinite veranda does not really give the feel of a balcony, at least not this cabin with an overhang from the deck above and the obstruction of the lifeboats. It was more like having an obstructed oceanview cabin with a window that opens. You have to be very careful where you place the veranda furniture not to obstruct either the French doors or the window blind. My major complaint is that there was literally not one drawer in the cabin. The closet space was ample but lacked a shelf that one could put clothes on. They really skimped on a place to put clothes. The bathroom has a nice spacious shower and a night light. The large flat-screen television is a plus. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
I stayed in a Stateroom with Infinite Veranda. When you first enter your room there’s a touchpad mounted outside the bathroom, you can control room temperature, lights and the veranda screen. Very user friendly after a quick lesson from ... Read More
I stayed in a Stateroom with Infinite Veranda. When you first enter your room there’s a touchpad mounted outside the bathroom, you can control room temperature, lights and the veranda screen. Very user friendly after a quick lesson from your room steward (thanks Nelia). For a cruise the bathroom was very nice in size and décor, the shower was a nice size and water pressure and hot water were very good and never an issue. Nice size for a cruise ship, meaning two people are not getting ready at the same time in the bathroom. The bed was comfortable and roomy. Drawer space and closet space was a little tight for an eight day cruise, but we made it work. The veranda was small especially when you close the doors behind you. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018

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