Cabin was ok. Size was adequate. Beds were comfortable. Cabin attendant was very good. Necessary repairs were done quickly. Bathroom ok, could use a multi-voltage shaver point and a heated section in the mirror.
There was a general feeling that the cabins were well used and showing signs wear. Sofa was "sagging" and a little uncomfortable. Read entire member review >>
Very Good, big window. Confortable and good attention.
Muy buena la cabina, ventana muy grande para disfrutar de los paisajes sin ir a cubierta, la atención del camarero excelente. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was good. Could use some painting around window to keep it looking better-rusty around the window. On 2 of the 7 nights we found towel creatures made on our beds after the evening cleaning. The kids would have liked that each night. We left a tip every night for the room attendant and at the end of the trip we also tipped our room service staff a flat rate for all 7 nights as we ordered room service 5/7 nights. Read entire member review >>
Lot's of storage room.Very nice Bathroom and Shower. Loved the shower doors.I didn't like that there wasn't a balcony cover...this is the deal-breaker for me.Felt the ship movement more on this floor I think. Read entire member review >>
Could be noisy at times from the bottom of the ship (mechanical) but never heard this noise at night. Toilet at one point didn't work properly and was fixed straight away (we didn't eve have to ask). Spacious and comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Excellent location in the middle of the aft of the ship. The balcony is 2.5-3 times the size of a standard balcony. Although situated between the aft bar on the deck below and a sun deck above, there were no noise problems. Read entire member review >>
The cabin room 3026, deck 3
Small but well equipped, with a large round porthole window. Small but well equipped bathroom. Safe in the room, a good amount of hangers, and the bags can be placed under the bed. Perfect. Read entire member review >>
Room 2121 should never be sold to customers. While at cruising speed there is a constant on and off sound that prevents one from getting a good nights sleep or even being able to retreat to the room during the day. The noise (buzz, or distance horn like sound) varied in length but is generally about 10-12 second on and maybe 5 second off. Several crew members came and heard the sound but did not identify its source and could not reduce it. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 3136, deck 3 near the aft of the ship. Very quiet except on one occasion, there was a drilling sound one afternoon on the floor above us (lounge area). Hardly heard a peep from the hallway, limited drawer space and the closet had just enough room for both of us (what needed to be hanged)
This stateroom is one of the newly created cabins so it was in great shape, I appreciated the shower hanger to dry clothes considering that the ship doesnt have self serve laundry. Read entire member review >>
I actually liked my cabin. I was on the 3rd floor with a bigger window, no balcony. There was a little glass table in the room which I wished we could have stored away as it took up space. I liked that the shower was bigger than I remember from cruising although the shower curtain comes down flat instead of like the hotels these days were it curves out and doesn't touch you. I did not like that you could see from the bed into the bathroom. Our room was across from the crew space and noisy at times but only one time was it a problem. Read entire member review >>
Cabin - Our friends had a balcony on Deck 8 starboard and they were delighted with it. We had an outside on Deck 2 port side, #2119, because we are cheap. Our cabin had a nice sized bathroom with the largest shower we've experienced. But I did not like the layout of the cabin. I would have rather had the beds head toward the window rather than be perpendicular. With the large couch and glass table with beverage tray, there simply was not enough room to move around. Also lacking was space to hang all of our wet clothes until our room steward brought some extra regular hangers. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was fine, plenty of space, with a great window view. The window was large and we were able to see great views. Also, being on deck 2, it did not feel as though it rocked as much as the higher decks. Read entire member review >>
Cabin- We had an oceanview cabin on deck 2. The cabin was small, as expected. However we separated the bed into two singles and it made the space much more useful as we could use the space in between the beds. The window was nice and big and let a good amount of light in the room. Storage was adequate for two people. Room was clean. TV did not work though. I never reported it though as we never watched TV anyways, so I can't comment on whether or not they would fix it. Also, there are only two outlets usable in the room, so you may want to bring a powercord if you have a lot to plug in. You could definitely hear the hum of the engine, however it was not that loud and constant enough to not cause a problem with sleeping. I heard no other noises from adjoining rooms or rooms above. Read entire member review >>
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