Our outside cabin was mid ship. It was clean and comfortable and had a big round window. The beds on this ship are firm. Not uncomfortable though. Our safe was locked when we arrived in our cabin. Our steward had someone there to unlock it in minutes. Read entire member review >>
over looks the helicopter pad where you can see the whats in front of the ship about 150 degrees. It has a slated window which helps to see the sky at night. There is a shelf there in which you can sit. Read entire member review >>
Black marks on the usually dirty window - hard to avoid on this level, goofy tube tv, beds sagged a bit on the outer edges. Top bunk bed very comfortable. Top rail of dresser looked the same as the pull for the drawer below so has been pulled on many times by passengers trying to use the top drawer so fall off a bit. Everything else as you'd expect on a RCL ship. Very quiet even though we were right off the aft elevators. Never heard any noise from outside the cabin. Read entire member review >>
Room 3032, we had the beds pushed together under the window and the kids slept in pullman beds that came from the ceiling above our bed. It didn't feel cramped at all the way it was situated. Plenty of space in the closet to put away clothes, hang up nice things, and use part of it for a "dirty laundry" area. We used the drawers and cabinets and were able to put everything away. The large window was great. It was not noisy at all and it was convenient for when we were getting off the ship for each port. Read entire member review >>
The only thing I didnt like about this room is that on the last night there was a lot of noise underneath our room. Like a door opening and shutting with a creak over & over & over. I think the luggage storage was right under us. Very annoying. Read entire member review >>
Small but comfortable. Nicely appointed, loved the big window. Shower is small, not sure how some of the larger people on the cruise bathed. Room was quiet, never heard any noise from the hallway. Read entire member review >>
4046 Oceanview Cabin. LOVE this cabin! It was close to the Centrum and the hub of everything on the ship. Large window to see out of. LOVE that the beds were coming out from below the window facing a different direction than in normal cabins that we have stayed in. I didn't feel the rocking of the ship as much with the beds facing this direction. Big plus if you ask me! typical size bathroom.4049 Interior Cabin. This was diagonal from 4046. Beds of the same set up in this cabin. Loved it. they were not in the middle of the cabin that you had to walk around. Great location too..steps from the Centrum, internet cafe, dining room and guest relations. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 4000 at the end of the hallway (port side) on deck 4. It was an outside cabin with a large round window. There was a nice size closet that held all our clothes and had large deep shelves for jeans, t shirts, etc. The bathroom was standard .. you could sit on the toilet and brush your teeth - heehee. Negative .. the TV never worked. Not that we wanted to watch any shows...First the remote didn't work. Sometime the evening of the 2nd night they put in a new TV, they turned it on, and left it on. It would never turn off. The remote still didn't work and the off/on button didn't work. We had to pull the fridge/cooler out from under the cabinet and unplug the TV. The downside was you could not access your "sea pass" account on the TV to confirm purchases. We had to go every AM to the front desk and ask for a print out and each time we were told we could access it on the TV and had to explain each time it wasn't working. Read entire member review >>
We were near the front of the ship in a large ocean view cabin on deck 4. The cabin was in a good position and a good size for two people. It was very quiet. We were very pleased with the storage which was very imaginative. Read entire member review >>
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