Large Ocean View Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. (154 sq. ft.)

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Large Ocean View Stateroom (G) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: April 2017
Functional but dated. Decent lighting, enough storage space for two. Good A/C at night, not so good during the day. Flat Screen TV. Very hard bed and very cheap pillows. Shower stall doors. Read More
Functional but dated. Decent lighting, enough storage space for two. Good A/C at night, not so good during the day. Flat Screen TV. Very hard bed and very cheap pillows. Shower stall doors. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
Mid-ship not far from elevator but just far enough to be quiet. Square window over bed. Roger was steward and excellent. Read More
Mid-ship not far from elevator but just far enough to be quiet. Square window over bed. Roger was steward and excellent. Read Less
4 Night Spring Break : Cabin 4522
Sail Date: March 2017
Since the Enchantment is an older ship, the cabins were small. Ours was located starboard side forward. As an Ocean view room, the bed was placed under the window so there would be more floor space. The cabin was well maintained with no ... Read More
Since the Enchantment is an older ship, the cabins were small. Ours was located starboard side forward. As an Ocean view room, the bed was placed under the window so there would be more floor space. The cabin was well maintained with no deficiencies. Bathroom with shower and shower curtain. No place to store luggage, and we only had carry ons, but we made due. Good storage space for clothing and lots of hangers. Only two US plugs so if you need to charge lots of stuff, bring a strip. Might be cruise line policy, but we needed to ask for additional soap and shampoo. Rooms located above ships thrusters so when they were in use room vibrated, otherwise very quiet. Short walk to elevators and near buffet and pool. Had to walk all the way aft for Main Dining. Limited balcony cabins, so if you want one book early. If you're not claustrophobic, I would book and inside room rather than an ocean view and use the savings on other stuff. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
I always book an Ocean View cabin this one was on Deck 4, Cabin 4048. It is the smallest Ocean View I have ever stayed in. It was an adequate room but I couldn’t see how two people would fit and still be talking to each other at the ... Read More
I always book an Ocean View cabin this one was on Deck 4, Cabin 4048. It is the smallest Ocean View I have ever stayed in. It was an adequate room but I couldn’t see how two people would fit and still be talking to each other at the end of the cruise. The bed was a queen, right under the window, so in order to look out the window you either kneeled or stood on the bed. There was a tiny end table about 16” wide on either side of the bed. There was about 16” of walking room to get to the head of the bed. A couch was against one wall and across was the desk with 3 drawers. There was no refrigerator in the room, it had been removed. The closet was two doors wide and had a safe in it. The bathroom was so tiny, part of me was in the shower and part of me was in the bathroom, I had wet floors all the time. There has been much discussion about the mattresses and yes, the mattress was hard (I asked for a topper but was told Royal doesn’t do toppers any more, something about cleaning them) but I found it easy to sleep on, what I didn’t like was the 4 hard pillows, not one fluffy one in the bunch. A serious problem was the cabin was freezing. The room attendant tried to fix it but couldn’t, called maintenance and was told that was as warm as the thermostat would go. By Wednesday I had an ear ache, sore throat, runny nose and cough. Another serious problem was the window in the cabin is one that is lit up when we are sailing. There are lights all around the window and there was a curtain but it didn’t stop the light from coming in. I didn’t have to turn the room lights on because the window was so bright. I finally put towels all the way around the window and held them with duct tape (a woman’s best friend) to stop the light. The t.v. showed the same programs for four days. I have just gotten off of a Princess and a NCL cruise that ran brand new movies, 1 or 2, every night in my cabin. I watched 12 movies that came out in 2016. Royal shows two movies on the outside screen, and it is the same movies every day, Deepwater Horizon and the BFG, over and over but not in the room. I saw the same episode of The Big Bang Theory 20 times. Seriously put a few new movies on the t.v., I like to fall asleep watching t.v. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2017
Cabin was in good condition. Nice size window on deck three catching the beauty of the Ocean and other passing ships at night. The bathroom was remodeled and there were more sockets than most newer ships. The shower is smaller and have a ... Read More
Cabin was in good condition. Nice size window on deck three catching the beauty of the Ocean and other passing ships at night. The bathroom was remodeled and there were more sockets than most newer ships. The shower is smaller and have a shower curtain that is a little old and get the floor wet most of the times. Close to the elevators making it easily accessible. Read Less

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