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Oceanview (OC) Cabin Reviews

Decor average, plenty of storage. Beds comfortable. Bathroom old and tired. Didn’t think it was worth the money for a balcony. We preferred being up on deck a moving around to different vantage points. They looked small and cramped. We ... Read More
Decor average, plenty of storage. Beds comfortable. Bathroom old and tired. Didn’t think it was worth the money for a balcony. We preferred being up on deck a moving around to different vantage points. They looked small and cramped. We were on deck 5 near midship, which was very convenient to the Piazza. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Love this cabin only a few steps to the International Cafe Basic style with lovely comfy beds and pillows. On the same floor as main dining room.
Love this cabin only a few steps to the International Cafe Basic style with lovely comfy beds and pillows. On the same floor as main dining room. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
The dedication of the general cleaning staff and cabin stewards was outstanding. There were always people to be seen in the stairways and corridors wiping down banisters and cleaning steps. Our cabin steward Jeffrey did an excellent ... Read More
The dedication of the general cleaning staff and cabin stewards was outstanding. There were always people to be seen in the stairways and corridors wiping down banisters and cleaning steps. Our cabin steward Jeffrey did an excellent job.Very knowledgeable and proud of his work, committed and always had a smile on his face. We tried the anytime dining on this cruise for the first time . The biggest plus is that if you go at a popular dining time there is no queuing. The down side is that if you like to share a table you may have to wait a little while before a share table fills up and orders are taken. Conversely, the tables for two are not stand alone, they are less than an inch from other tables for two, which means little prospect of a private conversation between two. Other than that, the quality of food on offer was good Read Less
Sail Date December 2017
Wonderful Ship : Cabin P324
Cabin was a reasonable size. Bathroom small, but that's to be expected. Lots of storage for clothes.
Cabin was a reasonable size. Bathroom small, but that's to be expected. Lots of storage for clothes. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
We stayed in a four person cabin (myself, DH, DD 12, DD 9). I was concerned about how the four of us would fit in the room and whether it had been worth it to upgrade to an unobstructed window view. While the cabin was small, there was ... Read More
We stayed in a four person cabin (myself, DH, DD 12, DD 9). I was concerned about how the four of us would fit in the room and whether it had been worth it to upgrade to an unobstructed window view. While the cabin was small, there was enough space for the four of us and our belongings. I was very happy with my decision to get a window. It was a treat to be able to see what the weather was like as we were sailing and to watch the Alaskan scenery slide by as I got ready for the day or for dinner. With four people staying in the cabin, the beds were arranged as two twins along the walls with the window in between them and a set of dressers under the window. Then there were two bunk type beds which were folded down by the room steward each evening and folded up out of the way in the morning. The pillows and bedding were clean and comfortable. There was a shelf along the outer wall under the window where we kept our books, glasses, and other items we liked to keep close at hand in the evening. There was space under the beds to slide our smaller suitcases and we used these as our dirty laundry containers. Across from the window was a small desk, refrigerator and the television. This is where the only outlets were located. There are two sets of outlets (for four plugs), but the television uses one of the plugs. My DH kept the phone charger in the empty slot by the TV and we had brought a 3-1 adapter which we used in the one by the desk. There are three small drawers and several small (maybe 6"x12") shelves on the end of the desk. The closet space is ample with about six drawer-sized shelves and a safe at the back, lots of hanging space and floor space below where we stored our extra suitcases. The bathroom is very small with limited counter space and only a few shelves. There was one very unstable shelf under the sink where we kept our toiletry bag with our infrequently used items packed away. The room was very quiet. We never heard noise from our neighbors or anything from the floors above or below us. It could get a little warm and stuffy in the room unless we kept the thermostat on its lowest setting. We loved the short walk past the art work in the Art Gallery to get to International Cafe, and the Piazza. If we turned right from our room instead of left, it was a very short walk to the elevators that took the kids straight up to the 15th floor where the Kids Zone was located. The kids loved grabbing snacks at the International Cafe. We did bring several magnets which I found helpful. We used magnets to hang up the daily Patters on the wall, a magnet pen holder for pens, high lighters and sticky pads and magnet hooks for our cruise cards which were attached to lanyards. I would definitely stay in this cabin again. Next time, I would bring more magnets to hold things (there are all sorts of locker accessories which would work well for the walls of a cruise boat cabin). I would also bring an over the door shoe rack to hold toiletry items for the bathroom. Read Less
Sail Date July 2015

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