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Deluxe Stateroom with Verandah (B3) Cabin Reviews

This was very small and old. Absolutely no room. The bathroom has a tub shower combo, but it is nest to impossible to get in and out due to the very high sides.
This was very small and old. Absolutely no room. The bathroom has a tub shower combo, but it is nest to impossible to get in and out due to the very high sides. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
Better Than Ev : Cabin 8031
Enjoyed the new flat tv. Our fridge was replenished twice a day. Even though the furnishings are showing their age, everything is in great working order and the bathrooms are large and so well equipped
Enjoyed the new flat tv. Our fridge was replenished twice a day. Even though the furnishings are showing their age, everything is in great working order and the bathrooms are large and so well equipped Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
The Crystal cabins on both ships are nicely appointed and well furnished but limited in size. You will not find walk-in closets are showers short of the Penthouse levels. They now have high-tech larger wall mounted TVS with internet ... Read More
The Crystal cabins on both ships are nicely appointed and well furnished but limited in size. You will not find walk-in closets are showers short of the Penthouse levels. They now have high-tech larger wall mounted TVS with internet capacity. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Great large cabin. We did not use the veranda as much as we though we would since we were off the ship so much. Very comfortable bed. The bathroom was large for a cruise ship.
Great large cabin. We did not use the veranda as much as we though we would since we were off the ship so much. Very comfortable bed. The bathroom was large for a cruise ship. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
They say especially in Alaska, you must have a balcony, and they're right! The accomodations were just right, and I spent a lot of time looking out to the little towns and cabins sailing past , with a nice glass of wine, and with my ... Read More
They say especially in Alaska, you must have a balcony, and they're right! The accomodations were just right, and I spent a lot of time looking out to the little towns and cabins sailing past , with a nice glass of wine, and with my feet on the railing. Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
Where Crystal really fails are their staterooms in Veranda class. Size is 246 sq feet which includes the veranda. What makes this feel smaller is the fact that the bathroom is large, including a tub and a double sink. This makes the ... Read More
Where Crystal really fails are their staterooms in Veranda class. Size is 246 sq feet which includes the veranda. What makes this feel smaller is the fact that the bathroom is large, including a tub and a double sink. This makes the room extra small. Closet space was good. TV was actually good with more choices including the NFL Playoffs and the NCAA Football Final. Bed for me was comfortable. Read Less
Sail Date January 2017
Only the best : Cabin 8008
Room was fine, we had enough room for my wife and I , would like a music channel on the tv , but played my I pad so not a big deal . Being at the front of the ship , one night we had rough seas and we felt it , a ambient took care of that .... Read More
Room was fine, we had enough room for my wife and I , would like a music channel on the tv , but played my I pad so not a big deal . Being at the front of the ship , one night we had rough seas and we felt it , a ambient took care of that . Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
CABIN Overall, it was fine for me. I was in a very forward balcony cabin, 269 square feet counting the balcony. It was small for a luxury line, but cute and efficient, clean. The bed, as noted, was supercomfortable, soft but with ... Read More
CABIN Overall, it was fine for me. I was in a very forward balcony cabin, 269 square feet counting the balcony. It was small for a luxury line, but cute and efficient, clean. The bed, as noted, was supercomfortable, soft but with support, and linens were Egyptian cotton. No bedtime pillow chocolates, no in-room coffee, no periodic towel animals. I saw only one charging plug, at the desk. There was a muted safety light which illuminated the floor to the bath. There was a bedside clock I could not get to stay illuminated but at least it was there, and would light up when I tapped it. The sofa area was odd, small sofa with synthetic material, piled up with huge cushions I had to pull off to make space for my body, so I did not sit there much, sat on the bed, would have been tight for two people to eat breakfast there. The coffee table could be adjusted up or down with a lever. The bath had a combination tub and shower, with grab bars, two sinks and fluffy towels, and assorted Etro toiletries were fine and abundant. Closet (sliding door, not walk-in) and dresser space would have been a bit tight for a longer cruise for two, though having lived in tight quarters in my past, I would know how to compress things. The stewardess equipped the mini-fridge with what I wanted. I had a problem with the door to the balcony making howling sounds when we were in stormy seas, and there was a lot of banging and thumping on those days and nights when we would hit sea swells, but I just put on music sleep-phones to drown it out and did not report it to get fixed. I did not hear or see either of my neighbors at all. I would plan to get a mid-ship cabin if I sailed this ship again, for more stability in case seas were stormy (though the captain said this roughness was rare). Read Less
Sail Date May 2016
Nearly mid ships , really small for fare paid, kept clean with basic toiletries difficult to access as wardrobe was so very close to the bed.
Nearly mid ships , really small for fare paid, kept clean with basic toiletries difficult to access as wardrobe was so very close to the bed. Read Less
Sail Date March 2016

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