Cabin attendant was very pleasant but the room was dusty and needed a good clean. This was done after it was brought to the attendants attention. Our room was across form the kitchen room service door which banged away most of the night when it opened and closed and all you could here was Jaba Jaba from the staff which kept us awake.
Air conditioning in the room was not able to be set to any other temp other than cold and we caught a bad cough like the other half of the guests on the ship.
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Room was typical for this status. But nicely appointed. Beds were okay. Not great not bad. Shower is very small so be prepared. But the room was very clean and all items seem to work and were appropriately maintained. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a standard size but good storage in open wardrobe and under the bed. There was very easy access to all outside areas with lift and stairs also close by. It was a good choice of cabin which suited our needs. We had no noise issues. Our cabin steward Rechie was terrific and was always on call. Very friendly and did a great job. Bathroom on the small size compared to previous boats but served the purpose. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom: One of the beds was not in great condition upon our arrival. We contacted guest services and our room steward. The next morning the mattress was replaced with a new one. Problem solved without delay. Stateroom was clean, neat and regularly refreshed by Ferdinand. Ferdinand also anticipated our need for wine glasses without being asked when he saw we had brought a couple of bottles on board in Singapore. Read entire member review >>
Baja deck, aft. The cabin was roomy, everything worked well. Our suitcases fitted under the bed and there was plenty of hanging and shelf space. Robes were provided upon request. There was good water flow in the bathroom with lots of hot water. Read entire member review >>
Balcony cabin A743Beds going horizontally which made easy access to balcony, but difficult access to upper bunk.Love the aft, starboard location to access aft pool & Horizon court. Ample storage space. Read entire member review >>
B215 we found to be perfect. We like the Bow and this was just beyond the Bow wave so we could see the Jelly Fish, Flying Fish, Dolphins, etc.as they moved to get away from the ship. With the Stabilizers there was almost no motion, just once in awhile a bang as we slapped a wave. We have been in the Stern, the middle, and the Bow and favor the Bow. We also had a good view of the Bridge to watch them work the ship into ports. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in Baja 415. The location was fabulous - midship near the elevators. There isn't much closet space but we managed by using the drawers in the night tables and at the desk. The cabin was quiet and although we could hear music from upper decks it wasn't bothersome. Read entire member review >>
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