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Vista Suite (VS) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: August 2018
What a beautiful ship. Sailing out of Manhattan Terminal in August is deliciously Exhilarating! The crew had us attend the compulsory muster dill, of course, Once all safety procedures were noted we were off and running. Spa, golf, ... Read More
What a beautiful ship. Sailing out of Manhattan Terminal in August is deliciously Exhilarating! The crew had us attend the compulsory muster dill, of course, Once all safety procedures were noted we were off and running. Spa, golf, pool or something to eat? Decisions decisions?????? Better unpack first. We did it ourselves even though it is offered by your butler. The Vista Suite is gorgeous. The big spacious deck, spilled out from the dining area. The couch and coffee table were comfortable to curl up and watch a movie or read their daily news. There was space for a combo area with a bar and a small foyer with a second bathroom. The master chambers is well appointed with a lighted vanity, closets and a safe. The bed is amazing and their are two sliders in the Vista suite so you can sleep at the bridge of the ship with the door open if you like. The dining rooms are clean and efficient with scrumptiousness at every turn. Carving stations, pasta stations, omelette stations and baristas are available every day. The pool is calm with huge double chaises to sprawl out or cuddle up. Adjacent to the pool is the outdoor grill with healthy choices as well as decadent lobster and fresh selections everyday. The Reuben is outstanding! The casino is great fun with or with out a drink. Roulette is as fun as the tournaments where you can win a surprisingly nice chuck of change to save or spend. Most folks are over 55 and well up into their 80s. The nurse and doctor are available for anyone needing attention. If you have kids this cruise probably isn’t for you. There are no climbing walls and arcades. Instead their is an adult entertainment venue and bar. As well, there is a small concert in the evening for relaxing. Be mindful of the little things. They make a difference. The ship is so beautiful and our trip to New England, Canada, Nova Scotia and Bermuda were absolutely well worth the cost. Our steward and housekeeper as well as our butler were very professional and Sometimes very talkative. They had obviously been well prepared for their tasks And tended to every need. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
For a premium suite it met our expectations. The cabin was large , the bedroom was private, the bed was comfortable and the two bathrooms were appreciated. The butler service was very good and the room attendants were prompt and ... Read More
For a premium suite it met our expectations. The cabin was large , the bedroom was private, the bed was comfortable and the two bathrooms were appreciated. The butler service was very good and the room attendants were prompt and effecient. Even after One of us became sick. The negatives of the room were exaggerated motion of the forward facing cabin ( ahead of the bow torpedo. The daily noise from the bridge above us, when they cleaned the dew from teh outside bridge floor and of course the deck hands laying out the lines for tying up to the piers and laying anchor. We will do r class ships in the future but we will definitely pick a cabin midships. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2016
The Cabin: We booked the Vista Suite, 7004 on the front left of the ship. We have had this same cabin location on several ships before and never had any problems. This time was different. The decor of the suite was similar to 1950 ... Read More
The Cabin: We booked the Vista Suite, 7004 on the front left of the ship. We have had this same cabin location on several ships before and never had any problems. This time was different. The decor of the suite was similar to 1950 Grandma's house. The main TV in the living room (the only one you can watch movies on) was located on a side wall which could only be viewed from the dining table so we never turned it on. Although there was a king size headboard, the bed was a queen size. Much smaller than we are used to. The room itself was "short curtained" in that the privacy curtains did not go to the end of any window or door so we were awoken every day with light pouring in. There was a hand held shower and a rain shower in the bathroom, however the "rain" shower would not have wet a hamster and did not work. They tied down all of the furniture on the balcony at night when we went to dinner claiming it was "for our safety". So after dinner if we wanted to sit and enjoy the stars we could not as our balcony was unusable. Most important of all was the noise. We were convinced that the anchor for the ship was kept underneath our mattress with the thrusters located by our walls. Every morning we were awoken at the crack of dawn with the truly hideous noise. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
About 700 square foot cabin at the front of the ship. Lots of space including wall units for clothes (no walk in closet) but wall units more than adequate. Cabin has one and a half baths which was much appreciated by us. Balcony is ... Read More
About 700 square foot cabin at the front of the ship. Lots of space including wall units for clothes (no walk in closet) but wall units more than adequate. Cabin has one and a half baths which was much appreciated by us. Balcony is right at front of the ship so we had great viewing for coming into ports and the day we went through the fjord. Bridge was directly over us so very quiet. Seventh deck is great location as we could use the stairs instead of the elevators. You will feel more motion in this cabin than mid-ships but I would choose this cabin again. Read Less

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