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Edge Stateroom with Infinite Veranda (E1) Cabin Reviews

Room 6266. I would not choose or stay in this room again bc it overlooked outdoor seating for Raw. This meant if I wanted my shades open after dark and had room lights on my balcony area was pretty visible. A real lack of privacy during ... Read More
Room 6266. I would not choose or stay in this room again bc it overlooked outdoor seating for Raw. This meant if I wanted my shades open after dark and had room lights on my balcony area was pretty visible. A real lack of privacy during evening dining hours. This seating is also open for breakfast 8-9:30 most days So while seeing into my room was not an issue due to daylight if I wanted to sit with window open I got to hear all the chatter. Every other outdoor dining seating I am aware of is under overhangs/cover so this seems much less private both for rooms and diners. I could have had fun heckling or asking about food if I so choose. There are no “do not disturb” or “make up room tags” or lights outside door. Everything else is electronic on the ship why not a notification by door as most other ships have these days? Instead they have a “Deep Sleep” magnet which is supposed to be the notification not to disturb. Seems quite simplistic and lacking and a little silly for daytime use. There is no coffee maker or hot water in the room. Very inconvenient to have to leave room to get early morning coffee or late night tea. They did accommodate my request for an electric kettle but seems silly not have something every other hotel or cruise cabin in the world has No direct reading lights at bed. A Fixed bedside lamp for ambiance provides no useful function to read by. How easy it would have been to have overhead lights with respective switches or at least a lamp that you can direct light with a ‘Snake arm’. So basic and necessary in a cabin or hotel room. I used my iPhone flashlight to read by. Only one side of bed has outlets and USB port. Infinite Balcony is acceptable though overall I didn’t like it. As someone else said it feels like sitting by an open window. The “railing level” is much higher (chest level and I am 5’8”) than normal balcony it seems. I Like old school slider doors/balcony much better as you are actually outside. You have to hold button down for 30 seconds to lower or raise window on balcony, often leaning over the deck chair. Would have been easy to have a one touch “all the way” feature but no. You can lower or raise shade via app all the way - not sure why not window. Also, because there is no overhang with a true balcony, the room became a solarium if you happen to be side of ship sitting in port with direct sun. Most people I spoke to that had them preferred a regular slider balcony so I don’t think it is the hit or revolution they had thought it would be. The Rooms have Good decor. Modern and sleek without being cold. Room Storage. Great as solo traveler probably a bit cramped for two people sharing. Supposed to have umbrellas in every room - mine didn’t so check as you may need it. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
Quite amazing. Larger than Solstice Class, bathroom was as advertised much larger. Very bright when needed, very dark when needed. The Infinite Veranda worked...but it did squeak a bit when opened (not nice early in the morning, late in ... Read More
Quite amazing. Larger than Solstice Class, bathroom was as advertised much larger. Very bright when needed, very dark when needed. The Infinite Veranda worked...but it did squeak a bit when opened (not nice early in the morning, late in the evening) and the blackout shade, while excellent for actually blacking out daylight, is nowhere near as efficient as a curtain, i.e., opens form the top, so to see what its like outside, you had to open it up (or duck under). Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We really enjoyed the infinite verandah. Yes, it's different from the traditional balcony. We enjoyed the extra space for breakfast without having to move and adjust everything to get out there. The pleated shade worked perfect for ... Read More
We really enjoyed the infinite verandah. Yes, it's different from the traditional balcony. We enjoyed the extra space for breakfast without having to move and adjust everything to get out there. The pleated shade worked perfect for us, and we never missed the traditional shears and curtains. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Infinite veranda is NOT a veranda. It is an oceanview with a window that opens. It takes about 30 seconds to open the window and it does make noise. There is also a powered shade that drops from above that takes a good minute to do up ... Read More
Infinite veranda is NOT a veranda. It is an oceanview with a window that opens. It takes about 30 seconds to open the window and it does make noise. There is also a powered shade that drops from above that takes a good minute to do up or down. There is no way to easily peak out if the shade is closed and no easy way to quickly open the window to get a picture. When window is open the AC shuts off. Best analogy I have is it is like being at home and sitting in front of the window that overlooks your patio vs going out on the patio. The positive is that you have a floor to ceiling window with good views if you don't want to be outside. Room is good size and has very good storage. Closet is a little small since they put drawers in the closet. Shower is slightly larger than on Solstice class ships. Mattress is firm but comfortable. Has USB ports and power outlets. There is an USB outlet on the phone which is easy to miss. The outlet in the bathroom is below the counter top which is strange. TV system no longer has music and you cannot hear the morning captain announcements in your stateroom. It does not play when you have the navigation channel on. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019

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