In this spacious 170-square-feet of living space, you'll have a lovely sitting area, amenities galore and a generous view of the ocean thanks to the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Step out onto the veranda to see the view up close and personal.
compact but not small. lots of storage space. reasonable size balcony. extremely comfortable bed with firm mattress. cabin steward was wonderful - helpful, efficient, unobtrusive. had a small maintenance problem but was fixed almost instantly. located on deck 7 which was excellent being partway between floor 11 (open deck and buffet restaurant) and decks 4/5 (bars, restaurant) so could use the stairs rather than lift. we took portside which often had the sun and the views on this particular itinerary. Read entire member review >>
Cabin/veranda was fine, but I sensed it was smaller than the cabin/veranda our last cruise on Equinox. After the cruise I did some research and yes it was: Millennium cabin/veranda- 208 total Sq. ft; while Equinox's cabin/veranda- 248 total sq. ft.. Read entire member review >>
If you want a restful cruise do not book this stateroom. Crew door in the corridor nearby constant banging, loud voices and sometime shouting from staff at all hours of the day or night.
Stateroom attendant the most unhelpful and obstructive attendant we have ever had onboard a cruise ship. Even refused to take our laundry on a number of occasions despite all the paperwork being filled in correctly in triplicate. Took once to guest relations who arranged for this to be done. Eventually gave up and brought our laundry home. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin location was perfect! The cabin was small with limited storage, however, the deep window ledge became a life saver for storage of items that would otherwise sit on a larger counter top or in deeper cabinets! The shower curtain vs an enclosed stall and no bath wash/shampoo dispenser was a first. Yet, having a night light in the bathroom was a much appreciated feature! Again, little or no storage space in the bathroom - two small glass shelves in the corner and space under the sink was only about "6 deep. Read entire member review >>
The stateroom is basic. Small a bit cramped. But had a balcony. The look inside was not memorable but it was fine. Everything worked. Bed was a bit stiff and for me who likes softer bedding, it was tough to sleep well. Read entire member review >>
It is on the small size for a family of 4, for 12 nights. It had a pull down bunk from ceiling which the 11 year old slept on. The single sofe opened to a single bed. The 14 year old started on this but found it too uncomfortable and move to the king sized bed. Dad was relegated to the single, but he found it quite comfortable. When all the beds are out, and there are 4 people in the room, it is a tight squeeze ... but that's cruising!
Used the balcony more for trying clothes. Read entire member review >>
Excellent location quite high up near the stern elevators . They are never busy and convenient for the buffet or aft bar. It had a larger than normal balcony as it was positioned on the "jog-out" giving terrific views diagonally across. Also there were no cabins across the hallway so very very quiet.
Bathroom looked newer than 15 years with only a small nick in the sink- no big deal. The shower was a good size.
King bed and pillows were very comfortable. Storage space is adequate. There was a seating area with a love seat next to the sliding veranda doors. Read entire member review >>
We had a sweet sixteen cabin so our balcony was larger. We were next to our friends and disappointed the balconies could not be opened in between. This ship really could use a dry dock renovation. The cabin was very tiny smaller than most and needed renovation. Our carpet was lumpy and the seams were open so you had to be careful not to trip especially if you got up during the night. Our friends carpet had mold. Really disappointing. Again, we made the best of it and had fun anyway. Read entire member review >>
As expected from previous cruises. Spotlessly clean both room and bathroom. Good size balcony as one of the bigger ones. You do look over the balcony below however, didn't bother us, but may some if you want complete privacy. Read entire member review >>
Ok compared to the rest of the ship. very disappointed in the balcony dirty and rusty with painted stained chairsHowever, Lydia our stateroom attendant always ensured the room was cleaned regularly and was always smiling. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine. Seemed a bit cramped. Shower curtain holders were rusted but were replaced when we asked about it. There was clearly mildew in the grout in the shower . Liked the location. Our cabin staff was excellent!! loved the towel characters Read entire member review >>
Steward was awesome! Loved the spacious room, nooks and crannies to pack things away. Really nice. Shower in Aqua Class is especially wonderful. It has several different settings. Read entire member review >>
This was a handicapped room and it was so TINY. There are no access to the balcony for handicapped people because there was no room. The worst handicapped cabin we have ever had. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7141 was advertised and sold as an accessible cabin - but it is too small to be accessible to wheelchair or scooter users. There is no space to get the wheelchair next to the bed for transfers, and barely enough space for turning. There is no seating for the other passenger in the cabin, other than the desk chair, and while that is being used, the wheelchair user can't move anywhere. The main door is heavy and difficult to open, and the catch was very stiff - we had to be careful to make sure the door was shut, because most times it didn't lock properly. The balcony seems quite small, and has no privacy because it is exposed to lift users through a transparent panel at the end, where cabins on other decks have solid panels and so more privacy. The bathroom is huge, though because there is no 'lip' to the shower it floods every time someone takes a shower. We requested a rubber mat for safety, but were refused 'on health and safety grounds'! There was a shower stool, but because it wasn't fixed, it was difficult to use when the ship was moving a lot. Read entire member review >>
We would book this cabin again. It was very quiet on a deck which is between two other cabin decks. It's mid-ship. We liked the view on the star board side of the ship on the north bound route. Read entire member review >>
6049 - Quiet location for the most part, except the construction taking place outside. We were disappointed at the small size of the balcony and the fact the dividers were only frosted glass between rooms so we could hear everything the neighbors said on their balcony so there was no romance as we'd imagined. The room was very far forward in the ship so it was a long walk to dinner and all meals. The bathroom was in bad shape with mildew in grout and rusted off door frame. The doors for the closets and bathroom were constantly getting entangled and driving us crazy. Read entire member review >>
Problems with Sea sick ? Order an outside cabin , down on deck 2 ore 3, mid ship
Smoker ? Only on the ledt side of the Pool, and the Pool Bars, and on left side on Deck 10 bar !
Not (allowed) on Cabin Balconys ! And if you refuse that rule.. close youre balcony door probably ! Otherwise, the AC will suck it in the cabin.. the gangway in front of youre cabin..to youre Stewart ! That means :Trouble ! So close that damned door ;-) Better : check out for the last Balcony Cabin on any Deck..no neighbors to the wind pulling side. The same the other way around, if you dont like to smell some smoke: check out the front cabins. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 7092 was average size. The desk was very small. On the other hand the shower was a bit larger than most and rectangular as opposed to many that tend to be curved/triangular. The little extra space in there was appreciated. The balcony was average size. Our only complaint was the stateroom door that weighed a ton and was hard to hold open. Read entire member review >>
Thanks to Cruise Critics we booked one of the 'sweet sixteen' cabins #7180 which is a category 2A but with a large balcony, almost twice the size of the regualar ones. Lots of room to move around or add a lounge chair or two! Read entire member review >>
7178- chose this cabin for "larger" balcony... it was on the wrong side of the ship for best views of ports. Closet was ample (difficult to access with bathroom door in the way). You may have seen our lamp on another post. Corroded, nasty looking. Difficult to maintain room temperature. Too warm with balcony door open. Air conditioning fluctuated, first blanket on, then off. Sleeping was difficult because of that. Mattress was comfortable. Could use a wastebasket in the bathroom. I truly wish the fridge wasn't prestocked. Or at least, NOT totally crammed full of Honor Bar stuff. It would be nice to have just opened it and pulled out a chilled water bottle or snack. Read entire member review >>
The Millenium class ships have standard balcony rooms and balconies but have the largest showers of any ship I have been on. We were in the forward section of the ship only a few doors from the forward elevators (best kept secret on the ship). Had a few problems with our cabin steward in that he seemed to forget one thing every day. It was only a minor inconvenience. Read entire member review >>
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