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Lanai Ocean-View Stateroom
The Lanai Staterooms have two lower beds which are convertible to one queen-size bed, as well as a private bathtub & shower. Sliding glass doors lead onto the walk-around Lower Promenade Deck.

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Lanai Ocean-View Stateroom (CA) Cabin Reviews

Wonderful cruise! : Cabin 356
Sail Date: January 2018
Cabin was very comfortable. Would have liked more electrical outlets in cabin. Read More
Cabin was very comfortable. Would have liked more electrical outlets in cabin. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
I wish that cabins came with mini fridges, but I told the stewards I needed ice and they provided an extra large ice bucket which they filled 2-3 times a day. Read More
I wish that cabins came with mini fridges, but I told the stewards I needed ice and they provided an extra large ice bucket which they filled 2-3 times a day. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2017
Our cabin was unfortunately a major disappointment. We booked a Lanai because no private balcony suites were available at the time that I booked. On our only sea day there were workmen varnishing and painting right outside our door. The ... Read More
Our cabin was unfortunately a major disappointment. We booked a Lanai because no private balcony suites were available at the time that I booked. On our only sea day there were workmen varnishing and painting right outside our door. The cabin reeked of fumes for 8-10 hours and the promenade was not accessible. On another night there was an emergency and a tender had to be lowered for a sick passenger. Of course, they used on outside our door and for two hours it was up and down, lights, noise and staff outside. If that had been the only issue - I'd let it go because obviously it was an emergency situation and I hope that passenger is better now. Tenders are also used for one port so for hours there are folks on deck taking them down and putting them back up. My point is that these rooms should not be more expensive for all the lack of privacy they provide. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Reasonable space, good access to walking deck, window has one way viewing which is great. Terrible air conditioning. Sink problems. Cabin facilities are tired. Read More
Reasonable space, good access to walking deck, window has one way viewing which is great. Terrible air conditioning. Sink problems. Cabin facilities are tired. Read Less
Interesting Itinerary : Cabin 351
Sail Date: February 2017
Enjoyed our Lanai cabin and the convenience of the prominade right outside our door. Read More
Enjoyed our Lanai cabin and the convenience of the prominade right outside our door. Read Less
Mixed Review : Cabin 370
Sail Date: September 2016
Worst location for sleeping. Cabin is directly under the galley, and constant loud noises until 11:30pm, then starts back again at 4:00am. Ceiling insulation needs to be added for all the cabins in this area. Read More
Worst location for sleeping. Cabin is directly under the galley, and constant loud noises until 11:30pm, then starts back again at 4:00am. Ceiling insulation needs to be added for all the cabins in this area. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2016
The cabin was pathetic! NO refrigerator, NO drawers in the desk/makeup area, the carpet was VERY worn.A broken window in the dining room, chairs in the media center that were worn to the wood, curtains that looked like they had NEVER been ... Read More
The cabin was pathetic! NO refrigerator, NO drawers in the desk/makeup area, the carpet was VERY worn.A broken window in the dining room, chairs in the media center that were worn to the wood, curtains that looked like they had NEVER been replaced since 1993! Read Less

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