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Large Outside Stateroom (fully obstructed views)
Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub & shower, floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Large Outside Stateroom (fully obstructed views) (HH) Cabin Reviews

Great cabin with views over a shorter life boat. Lots of storage. Huge window. Bathtub. Pretty smooth ride in this location. Very quiet. I would book again if the price is right.
Great cabin with views over a shorter life boat. Lots of storage. Huge window. Bathtub. Pretty smooth ride in this location. Very quiet. I would book again if the price is right. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Birthday Adventure : Cabin 4113
After researching, decided to try an obstructed oceanview stateroom. What a pleasant surprise and great value it was! The stateroom had a floor to ceiliing window opening to yes, a view of the lifeboat outside... but here was the ... Read More
After researching, decided to try an obstructed oceanview stateroom. What a pleasant surprise and great value it was! The stateroom had a floor to ceiliing window opening to yes, a view of the lifeboat outside... but here was the surprise- we were able to see right through that lifeboat and get an idea of what the weather was, or whether we were already in port, etc. The bath was not cramped at all and included a bathtub. Storage was ample; in fact we did not even utilize it all. Our cabin stewards were effecient and unobtrusive, yet there to handle requests when needed. In fact, housekeeping on board was amazing... never saw or experienced any carts or service items (with the exception of an occassional vacuum cleaner during the entire cruise, and that included disembarkation!) Read Less
Sail Date May 2018
We wanted to keep our costs down so we opted for an obstructed-view outer room, and we were pleasantly surprised at how great it was. Our floor to ceiling window was blocked by a lifeboat, but only about 2/3 of the way up, which still ... Read More
We wanted to keep our costs down so we opted for an obstructed-view outer room, and we were pleasantly surprised at how great it was. Our floor to ceiling window was blocked by a lifeboat, but only about 2/3 of the way up, which still allowed good views and lots of natural light. Note that some other rooms in this class close to the tender lifeboats might be more obstructed though. I have a history of motion sickness so I picked this room specifically to be on a lower deck at the middle rear of the ship, and that paid off. We felt very little ship motion in this room, and the location below another cabin deck meant there was virtually no noise to speak of other than the occasional discussion in the halls as other guests walked by. I was actually shocked how quiet it was. Everything in the room was clean and in very good condiiton, and the cleaning team did a great job of keeping it that way. I'm a tall guy (6'5") but had enough room to be comfortable. If you're looking to save some money but still get a nice room, I can't recommend this cabin enough. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Amazing Cruise! : Cabin 4127
Great cabin. Close to aft elevator for easy access to Lido deck!
Great cabin. Close to aft elevator for easy access to Lido deck! Read Less
Sail Date November 2017
We had never had an obstructed view cabin and were a bit concerned. We would definitely choose this category again! We had floor to ceiling, wall to wall windows which let in so much light, more than some full ocean view cabins. About ... Read More
We had never had an obstructed view cabin and were a bit concerned. We would definitely choose this category again! We had floor to ceiling, wall to wall windows which let in so much light, more than some full ocean view cabins. About two-thirds of the window was obstructed, but you could see out above the life boat and down to the deck and sea below. It was a great mid-ship location with easy access to the public decks below (we always took the stairs) and to the pool decks and other restaurants. This cabin was incredibly quiet at all hours and, with no inside cabins in the corridor there was very little traffic. Storage space was adequate and we enjoyed having a large flat screen TV with dozens of free movies and music choices. I would highly recommend checking out this particular cabin or any others in this area. It is a great value! Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Nice return to Eurodam : Cabin 4109
Great room, nice flat screen tv, very light despite being obstructed view.
Great room, nice flat screen tv, very light despite being obstructed view. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
First Cruise : Cabin 4061
The cabin is larger than I thought it would be. The view was not totally obstructed.
The cabin is larger than I thought it would be. The view was not totally obstructed. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Happy Memories : Cabin 4119
Excellent, peaceful cabin. No outside noises or noises from above or below. Love the ceiling to floor window.
Excellent, peaceful cabin. No outside noises or noises from above or below. Love the ceiling to floor window. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
Incredible Journey : Cabin 4128
The obstruction is one of the tender/life boats. You could still see the water and shore through the top and there was plenty of light that came through the window. We like to have natural light in the room – the view from the room is ... Read More
The obstruction is one of the tender/life boats. You could still see the water and shore through the top and there was plenty of light that came through the window. We like to have natural light in the room – the view from the room is not that important since we are mainly in other parts of the ship. We have booked this type of room on the Westerdam for our Alaska cruise and never had any problems, but this time we had some very serious and inexcusable issues. On the second day of our cruise and continuing for every single day until we were finally moved, a workman would come and work on something in front of our window while we were in the room. This occurred early in the morning at 5 a.m., 6 a.m. or 7 a.m. while we were in our bed or late in the evening like 7 p.m., 9 p.m., and even 10 p.m. while we were dressing or getting ready for bed or in bed. We leave our shades open because we like to have the light and be woken to the light, which is why we did not get an inside room. We had NO warning at all – and most of what the men were doing was not extensive or anything they couldn’t do when we were not likely in the room. The first time it happened I did not complain because I figured it was just an anomaly and would not happen again, but I kid you not – it happened every single day until we were moved. A couple times I was naked and changing. I was enraged as this was unacceptable. We complained and were told we would be warned ahead of time etc. But we never were warned. I finally said this was unacceptable and asked how would they like it if this happened to them? I know this doesn’t have to be like this because we had a similar room on the Westerdam. Also no warning prior to booking that this would happen. Finally, they moved us to 8082, which is a Veranda room, I guess to make up for what happened. - Anyway, a quick review of 4128 – it’s a pretty standard HAL room and was pretty roomy as usual. There was a sitting area, a vanity area, a small flat screen TV, and then the bed. The beds are super comfy. Storage space for some reason didn’t seem as good as other HAL rooms, but there is a good amount of storage space. The bathroom was big for a cruise ship and all rooms I think have bath tubs. You can also control the temperature in your room. 4128 is very conveniently located one floor above the main dining room which was very convenient for us and is in the middle of the ship, so it’s a very comfortable location. We would have been fine with it, if it weren’t for the peeping toms. - 8082 is the same room as 4128, except that it has a pretty good sized verandah. I do appreciate the unfettered views and the Baltic is a lovely place for such views, but it was cold (like an Alaskan cruise), so hanging out on the balcony wasn’t practical. I did not see many people hanging out because of the weather. I really don’t see the point of a balcony for these colder cruises; I definitely see the value of an Ocean View room. I guess it’s nice to have if you want some fresh air or something. However, you will appreciate this irony. The hotel manager upgraded us about 4 days before the end of the cruise and told us no workers would be out here (I don’t feel that this is enough, since our privacy was severely violated), really I did not expect it because the person I spoke to on the phone basically told me to suck it up – I was planning to go down and complain in person to a manager but the itinerary is extremely packed so, I did not get a chance to complain and I also was dreading it because nowadays, customer service is pretty non-existent and I did not want to waste precious vacation time arguing that peeping toms, even if they are employees, are not acceptable. On the last day of our cruise, I kid you not, while we were dressing in 8082, a worker walked onto our balcony and proceeded to hose it down. I swear this has never happened to us before. - By the way, I am not one to really complain and overall the cruise was wonderful with great service, but this was so bad I feel I have to not only complain but put this in my review. Be mindful of this and if it happens to you on day one – PLEASE COMPLAIN right away – it’s unacceptable and I wish I did complain right away. I plan to contact HAL and see what they say and hopefully, they will change their policy in this regard. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015

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