In this spacious 191-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.
our cabin on the ninth deck AFT was awesome! I usually book a year in advance because location of the cabin is important to us.. we lucked out getting an aft cabin in concierge class. Read entire member review >>
8085 is an aft balcony cabin. The room itself seemed a bit tight. We got used to it but the greatest thing about this cabin is the balcony. It is 2/3rds covered and has a regular height table with 4 chairs and two reclining chairs with footstools. We ended up having many breakfasts and snacks on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
I don't know what sub-class of concierge we were in but the cabin was dated and cramped. The balcony was shielded from the warm Caribbean sun by the overhang of the ocean restaurant one floor above. Read entire member review >>
Back of ship...no traffic whatsoever and not far from elevators/stairs. This stateroom has handicap designation with roll-in shower. Very roomy but deck may have been even larger.
Lots of shade due to overhang and room for table/chairs and lounge chairs. Only issue was chair dragging at outdoor eating area during breakfast setup early AM. Read entire member review >>
I actually don't remember what concierge class this room falls under, but it was good! Plenty of storage space and the balcony was great! Lots of space on the balcony with a little cafe table and 2 chairs-- VERY nice to eat breakfast on in the mornings.
The bed was pretty good for a cruise ship and the room service was amazing!
bathroom is really spacious for a cruise ship-- and the shower is an actual shower with a shower curtain-- not a shower capsule like other cruises might have. The massaging shower head never worked, so I can't speak to that. oh-- the robes are a nice touch! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin had an air conditioning leak or a leak from the bathroom that caused the carpet to be soaked upon arrival. It took several days to fully dry. We got lots of phone calls inquiring to the status, but little actual action to fix the problem.
Room seemed a little dated, with some frayed bedding. Excellent storage space and cubby holes to stow all our clothing. Read entire member review >>
We had Concierge cabin 7187 and other than the nightly appetizers, not sure it was worth the money over a balcony room. We have cruised a lot on RC and the Concierge is very much more involved with the guests than on this cruise. Our cabin stewards, Toro and Stanley remembered our names and provided additional services as requested, There is a stark lack of outlets so we needed an extension cord which they provided. I recommend bringing an multi outlet plug for your electronics.
Rooms was always clean and well serviced and they accommodated our varied schedule. Read entire member review >>
The cabin facilities were poor too with a TV that crackles especially during movies old fashioned and out of date equipment and poor choice of movies, We paid for a Balcony which was just about big enough for 2 chairs and a restricted view. To top this on return from the swimming pool we found 2 men painting the balcony at 3pm with doors wide open and a strong smell of fumes. We appreciate that maintenance jobs have to be done whilst the ship is on voyage but there was no communication regarding the paint job and my wifes underwear and jewellery were strewn across the bed. Read entire member review >>
Not sure about cabin category. Cabin was a bit larger then we were accustomed to and comfortable. Balcony was small. Shower pressure was lower than we would have liked' There was sufficient closet and cabinet space. Read entire member review >>
We thought it was spacious and had no issues with our room. Our sofa was a bit worn.. but we spent such little time in our room it didn't matter The bedding was nice and closet and storage was more than adequate. The bathroom was a bit larger than I expected. The champagne was a nice touch on day of arrival. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was meticulously clean, very spacious and very nicely appointed. Not enough electrical outlets but otherwise perfect. It was also very quiet with very little ambient noise. Read entire member review >>
Very nice cabin on the back of the ship. There was plenty of storage. The over-sized balcony had room for a table and four chairs, two regular chairs, and two chaise lounge deck chairs. The aft location is handy for all meals as all dining rooms are at that end of the ship. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a good size, but the shower was small and had a curtain instead of a door. This makes showering unpleasant. Therefore, we showered in the fitness center. The attendants did a good job but need to work on personal hygiene. Read entire member review >>
It was quiet, comfortable and attractive. Bed felt good, robes were lux, and the veranda was a plus. Temp control very good. Closet / drawer space perfectly adequate.The housekeeping was incredible -- we arrived to champagne and apples beautifully arranged (the fruit came every day and was great with cheese I'd bring from the cafe). No matter what the room looked like when we exited in the morning, we came back to clean and serene surroundings. Read entire member review >>
Very spacious room with an oversized balcony (aprox. 8x10). Champagne, daily appetizers, umbrella, binoculars, upscale bedding are all the little things for this class of stateroom. What was missing was the fresh flowers, the chocolates on the pillow at night, and the towel animal creations. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom is Concierge class balcony cabin on deck 8. It lived up to our expectations and the stateroom service was fantastic. Bed was very comfy. Bathroom amenities smells refreshing and spa-like. Faucet water was too hot even on the coldest setting. Read entire member review >>
Appeared somewhat smaller than similar cabin on Millenium but everythign in working order & kept clean. Sofa cushions were uncomfortable to sit there for very long. Got tired of the same afternoon snack in concierge level so requested something different & that was nice. Cabin location was convenient to elevator & library. Deck 7 & midship works best for us. A friend a suite on deck 7 they were very disappointed compared to the suite they had in 2012 on Millenium. There was nothing outstanding about that suite. Read entire member review >>
8067 - nice but has a window washing platform parked between 8065 and 8067. We did not know about this, it is not listed as an obstructed view cabin and it really did not bother us. Just know it is there. Read entire member review >>
stern cabin, concierge class 1, large partially covered balcony, great for views, lounging, but still a standard cabin. Bed not plush, have had better beds on other ships. Closets are standard, as is bathroom. Room was well cooled with a/c. Tv has limited stations. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 8156 area was quiet. Hallways were never noisy by our room. The bed was very comfortable. Slept very well and chocolates were left on our pillows every night. Bathroom was small but clean. There was sufficient closet space for our things. Hallways were always cleared quickly of food trays. Room service was quick and our laundry service was good. Our cruise room attendants were excellent and professional. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7186 on the Summit is a C1 category. It was a very nice room. Plenty of closet and drawer space. Our cabin steward, Prince, kept it clean and tidy. He was also very friendly and we enjoyed chatting with him in the hallway. He kept us filled with ice and shampoo and conditioner. It was very quiet and we heard no noise, except with the people next door, but they were generally pretty quite. There was a door between our room and next door. I would definitely recommend this cabin to others. Read entire member review >>
Room 8076: good location, though we could hear noise from the pool deck when the band was playing. Wasn't cleaned well, could hear some noise from neighboring cabins. Bathroom is in bad shape. The shower is almost falling apart. There's a lot of wear and tear in there. Read entire member review >>
6144 is a very nice Concierge Class Room. It is not wider than the average concierge class. The diagram fools you into believing that it is wider but the fact is that the diagrams does not show a corridor next to the room that goes between cabins which is used as storage space. That corridor even has a balcony. Technicaly you can open a door from the balcony of 6144 to the corridor's balcony for some extra space; which we did. The fresh flowers were dead by day 3 and not replaced. The evening h'orderves were nothing extraordinary. The balcony is longer as are the ones for suites 6145 & 6146, etc. Bottom line, I liked the room and if you are shooting for concierge class it is probably your best choice along with the 6135 & 6136. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7184 - large bathroom, but room small even though it was a Concierge. Balcony obstructed by awning. Aft cabin and very long walk to get anywhere. Across from Crew space so sometimes noisy. Can't access storage at top of closet - life jackets etc stored there. Beds a bit too low and couldn't get suitcases under them. Read entire member review >>
6144 concierge 1 cabin..Large balcony which is covered by a sail like covering.
adequate bathroom, but still the old style with that shower curtain...good location to restaurants, elevators. Read entire member review >>
Aft-Facing Balcony. It is quite large; about 300 sq. ft., and the balcony is approximately 250 sq. ft. Noise from the restaurant/bar was noticeable when standing at the railing, but underneath the canopy it was not noticeable. We did have some trash accumulate over the sailing; mostly straw wrappers, and one cigarette. The bed and pillows were comfortable, better than Princess. Room furnishings were new. Concierge Class does not seem to be worth the extra money, except for the aft balcony which was outstanding. Location was also good with rooms above and below, yet close to dining rooms, the sunset bar, and fairly close to the pool. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9162 is right below the aft bar and therefore it was noisy several late nights; we also got smoke drift some of the time. This did not affect our sleep however it did affect our enjoyment of the balcony during some periods. I was only one floor below the buffet and this made obtaining meals or snacks for enjoyment on the balcony very convenient. As I mentioned in my review, there was nothing to recommend concierge class overall, unless you want to accumulate cruise points faster. Read entire member review >>
Newly created Aqua Class A1 room, above Sunset bar, on smoking side(port),Larger balcony(9.5ft x 9.5ft), people eating below can see you if they look up, very easy access to the bar below with the stairs conveniently located beside your balcony, some ash on balcony from smoke stack, bed is comfortable, bathroom is great, decorated very well, would book this room again in a second. Read entire member review >>
We booked one of the new aft Aqua Class rooms on the 11th deck above Sunset bar, on smoking side(port). Larger balcony(9.5ft x 9.5ft). People eating below can see you if they look up. Noise was not an issue, could sometimes smell smoke from below. Very easy access to the bar below with the stairs conveniently located beside your balcony. Some ash on balcony from smoke stack. Bed is comfortable, bathroom is great, decorated very well, storage space is good, room seemed larger than CC on Century. Would book this room again in a second. Read entire member review >>
Concierge 1 Aft Balcony.
Overall very good. Could hear any hallway conversation. Hope they could not hear us ;-). Shower stall needs badly to be re-tiled. Balcony railing should be sanded and resealed. Everything else was very good. Would def recommend Deck 8. Deck 9 is right under Aft bar, so 8 is a bit more removed from that. Read entire member review >>
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