The stateroom is spacious, clean though outdated and in need of a major overhaul on the line they have made to other company ships. The maintenance of my cabin was deficient as the extra bed was off the hook, it made a hellish noise that awoke the rest of the occupants of this one, due to the breakage of the "suspenders" that stabilize it. It was communicated to the head of housekeeping and did not articulate any solution. Read entire member review >>
We had an ocean view room. It had so much storage space! It's the little things like having a counter in the bathroom that make a difference. It was nice to be able to unpack our bags and bathroom bag. There were tons of drawers and storage nooks. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small. Just enough room to put all our clothes and things away. The bed was I thought large for cabin size. and comfortable. The only thing I can think of to criticize....the clothes rod in closet had rust on it. Very quite. Read entire member review >>
Initial impressions were that the cabin was tiny. There was 1 double bed and 2 bunk beds which swung down from the ceiling. I am 6 foot and my brother not far behind. Admittedly it was a struggle getting into and out of our beds but they were very comfortable. We all banged our heads once or twice! Ultimately, we did not spend a great deal of time in our cabin, so the size was not much of an issue. The room was well equipped with a sofa, desk, chair and enough storage space for clothes, shoes etc... There was space under the bed for suitcases. The bathroom was compact but fully equipped. The shower was good, with good temperature and force. The cabin had a round window, with a sea view. It was nice to wake up to this view. There was a dial allowing you to control the rooms temperature. Sound from other rooms was never an issue.
Housekeeping and room service were amazing. Maids often made towel animals which were a very nice touch. The bunk beds were folded up during the day to allow more space in the room and pulled down before we returned from dinner. This could only done by a staff member, I'm guessing for safety reasons. The staff only forgot once, and it was easy to call them to pull them down. Read entire member review >>
This is probably the most unique part of our cruise, we had an Aft cabin with a HUGE balcony. The balcony was easily twice the size of an ordinary balcony for the same price. The stateroom itself was slightly smaller, however. It sleeps three because the loveseat does not fold out, instead there is a bunk bed above the double bed. It is a unique layout, but it really suited our family of three, he loved the bunk bed! Read entire member review >>
I'm six feet, 305 pounds built like a linebacker. We had an Oceanview cabin with a queen size bed, small loveseat and desk. I've been in smaller rooms on land so this was fine with me. The shower I could manage but a little bigger would've been nice but I survived. Overall the cabin was just fine. Read entire member review >>
Of course the state rooms were small, that was to be expected, but there was adequate storage and the layout made it seem more spacious. We had an ocean view, but no balcony. One of my favorite things was waking up and watching the sun rise through the (larger than expected) porthole. It would have been nice to do that on a balcony but that was the only time I really missed having one. Otherwise, not a lot of time was spent in the room. Read entire member review >>
We actualy were pretty happy with our cabin. We placed all of our suitcases under the bed making for more room in the cabin.
I hope this helps all future cruisers. Any questions or comments email email@example.com. Read entire member review >>
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