Oceanview Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (183 sq. ft.)

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Oceanview Stateroom (G) Cabin Reviews

Want my money back : Cabin 2340
Sail Date: December 2017
Cabin was nice,attendant was outstanding,fridge was not cold.TV remote did not work so tech crew moved remote box power cord from behind fridge to on top of desk taking up one of only 2 sockets in room.Room was dated,pillows were very flat ... Read More
Sail Date: August 2016
Cabin was always cleaned twice daily . American and European sockets , one of each . Mini bar/ fridge , plenty drawers etc,etc... More than sufficient for sleeping / getting dressed / storing stuff. Read More
Sail Date: August 2016
Cabin was lovely and clean, bed was huge and we had interconnecting room so felt even bigger! Read More
Sail Date: July 2016
We felt more movement on this deck than previous cruises (on higher decks) but there was a storm one of the nights so that may account for that! Deck 2 is very handy for embarking/disembarking at ports and quite handy at night for going to ... Read More
NEVER AGAIN !!!! : Cabin 9200
Sail Date: June 2016
Bed old mattress , saggy and hard, no topper and did not get one good nights sleep. I actually spent few nights on sofa. Curtains had holes in material needed replaced. Voiles Either needed washed or preferably replaced. Don't know what ... Read More
Sail Date: March 2016
I had read some reviews who had negative things to say about deck 3 in general. I can not say if they were right about other cabins, but they could not have been more wrong when it came to 3562. Now there are a few things to know. ... Read More

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