We let them assign us a room...we ended up at the very front of the boat so it was rough sailing. The last night the seas were rough and our drawers and cabinets opened as the boat rocked. Will chose a room in the middle of the ship next time. Read entire member review >>
The room was fine, a bit small and the shower was really small. I hate the shower curtain touching me so that is a negative. Other than that it was a place to change and sleep. Read entire member review >>
Quiet and clean. Loved the room attendant (Dennis) - 3628. Window view was great. Standard outside room, so wasn't expecting much. The beds were concave and not super comfy. We did put them together, so that actually helped because they put a mattress cover on top so it wouldn't feel separated. Recommended if you don't mind curling up next to someone. The second day, our bathroom started flooding when we turned on the shower. The sewage started coming out the drain. Horrible smell, which ended up lingering for hours. The maintenance guy came right up and fixed the problem (minus the smell). Overall, we were happy with our room. Read entire member review >>
I made the mistake of booking this room without really comparing the deck plans of 3 and 4 to see what would be above us. If you stay in this stateroom, just know that the Centrum is directly above it. We were woken up around 3am each morning by the sound of the cleaning crews shifting chairs around. Aside from that, the cabin is what we expected. Read entire member review >>
This is an accessible cabin so was larger than the average cabin and had plenty of storage space. The location near the Centrum was convenient. A woman in the room next door was on a scooter and my daughter had to help her with the door. While the rooms were accessible, the entry was not!
We wanted to use the bunk bed so that all the floor space would not be taken up by the fold out couch, but it was so hard we switched to the sofa bed after the first night.
The window was so scratched we could barely see out of it. Read entire member review >>
Very nice stateroom, in good proximity to the elevators. Plenty of storage space in the living area and bath. I experienced some ambient noise inherent with being on a lower deck, particularly on the final evening before disenbarkation. I would have no problem sailing in this stateroom on future trips. Read entire member review >>
Room size ok. Bathroom and shower the smallest of any ship. Bathroom flooded each time we took a shower. Other passengers complained of water overflowing on to their carpet. A shop vac was seen inb the hallways 24 hours a day.Plenty of storage Read entire member review >>
Bed was comfortable and the room was ok. Larger than the rooms I've had on Costa and Celebrity. The rooms were very clean. The bathroom was small and the shower was small but did have doors instead of a curtain. I wasn't expecting anything special so I wasn't surprised because the bathroom on the Costa cruise was smaller. There was plenty of closet and drawer space so it was nice to not have to live out of a suitcase. Read entire member review >>
The large staterooms on Enchantment of the Seas were very drab. Furniture was outdated and the bathrooms were very small and also not very clean. Cabins are in desperate need of an overhaul. I also found the beds to be uncomfortable. Read entire member review >>
Cabin location was very good. Not noisy at all (we were worried that our kids were making too much noise). This is unusual since the boat was full to capacity. We were mid-ship so hardly felt any movement. And we were just one floor down from the main dining room. Good location. Read entire member review >>
cabins 3122 & 3120 were very small with tiny showers. the ocean view windows were nice & big. Location was great, near the steps & elevators & one floor down for the main dinning room. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was small, but well laid out. Storage was tucked into every usable corner. The bathroom and shower is small. The shower is semi circle and is tiny. Trying to shave your legs is a trick. We brought an over the door shoe holder and packed it full of toiletries and just hung iit in the closet. This worked well for us. The bed was comfortable and the room was clean. It hosted a small sofa and table. The tv is small and dated, but there aren't many channels worth watching anyway. Overall, we were very pleased with the room. Read entire member review >>
Room 3118 - Smallish oceanview cabin, but was sufficient with enough drawer and closet space. Quite close to rear elevator and stairs, but no noise filtered through into cabin. Read entire member review >>
It is located in the "new" section of the ship. We had an outside cabin, but the window has XXXXX marks all over it, blurring the view. (Other cabin we had on previous cruise on this ship had the same problem. Read entire member review >>
The cabin had roomy enough for the two of us; bathroom was as big as any other ship I have sailed. Closets and drawers were able to fit all of our clothing, so that the cabin felt like home. Courtney, our steward took very good care of us. He made the best towel elephant and monkey. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was by far the smallest, least comfortable & with the least conveniences of any cabin I have been in. The bed sucked, even after getting 2 egg crates it was still uncomfortable. The TV was a very old 13" with bad sound & picture. No refer, bathroom was small & the shower was so small your shoulder hit the curtain & water went all over whenever you showered. One small uncomfortable chair & table. Everything was worn & dated. Read entire member review >>
We had a oceanview room on deck 3 mid ship. When we booked we checked the ship's plan to ensure that there weren't any service area nearby. As with any ship there was engine noise and some vibration especially sailing down the Chesapeake which ear pugs took care of.
The room was a little dated but was kept very clean and we had ample storage for our clothing and storing our luggage.
The bath room was a little tight as I am 6'4" but I was able to manage just fine.
The TV was a 13" with a number of ship videos ans a couple cable type stations for classic movies and a two news channels which were enough to keep you in the loop.
The bed converted to Queen size was very comfortable as well. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a standard size cabin for ships at the time it was built. For us there was plenty of room. The bed was comfortable. There was plenty of closet space and hangers. The bathroom is the normal small cruise ship with the shower curtain making love to you during the shower.
The carpet and other hardware were new for the most part. The bathroom color is outdated. Only complaint is that they take up valuable counter space with their soda, water, and snack mini-bar selections. I'd rather not have them and have the free space.
The room was quiet and very convenient being close to the stairs but off the beaten path. I would book this again in a heart beat... Read entire member review >>
More than adequate closet space for two people. Small but quaint bathroom. Rooms are small but more than sufficient. Really terrific view. The noise from the raising and lowering of the anchor may be bothersome to some. Very quite area of the ship. Read entire member review >>
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