We paid a little extra for a Superior Ocean View cabin and the size of the cabin was definitely worth it since we knew we would be spending time there for R&R after being caregivers for her 95yrold father for 4 yrs. There was plenty of storage, plenty of room, and since our cabin was at back end of the ship (near the spa and fitness center), our elevator wait time was minimal. The elevators in mid-ship always seemed crowded. Read entire member review >>
CLEAN...only obstruction was if we looked down; we could see top of life boat (who cares?) Plenty of storage space for a 4 night. Water pressure issue in sink; corrected IMMEDIATELY upon request. Read entire member review >>
Great location, small but compact and we had no complaints. A balcony is very nice, but we made due without one and did not spend a lot of time in the room anyway. We wanted to be outside to enjoy all that was going on. Read entire member review >>
Our oceanview cabin was small, but with ample storage it was workable. One of my favorite things to do on a cruise is to order breakfast from room service, but did not this time because of the tight quarters. The bathroom was fine, I brought my own hair products, not sure about the shampoo dispenser in the shower. Our room attendant was great and after asking for ice the first day, brought ice twice daily for the remainder of the cruise. Although we were right below the promenade deck and could hear some early morning runners, it really wasn't to bad. We never heard noise from the cabins on either side of us or from the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was functional. It is small when compared to cabins in other ships. If the cabin is only a place to change and sleep then it performs that function quite well. People who plan to spend any amount of time in their cabin will not enjoy the cabin. Read entire member review >>
Small, as we expected. But actually well laid out and wasn't a bad size. Room was on the chilly side, even with turning as warm as I could get it. New carpet. But furniture needs updated. The one chair was hard and uncomfortable, and should be replaced. Just a banquet type chair anyway. Mystery shower gel. Shampoo or body wash or both. Very quiet room near elevators, Starbucks, shops. Would certainly book that room again. Read entire member review >>
outside cabin, starboard, was near the front. Very quiet until ship was getting underway. Propulsion or anchors or gangway felt like right under our room. Worked as a great alarm clock. Very quiet at night for sleeping. Read entire member review >>
While the room was small it was perfect location to everything. My stewardess Roxy was wonderful couldn't have been more accommodating. The room was kept clean and it was fine. Read entire member review >>
You couldn't plugin the hair dryer in the bathroom so you had to dry your hair by the desk then it wouldn't stay plugged in. The bed was very comfortable and the steward was excellent. Read entire member review >>
Room was small with two small beds hanging from the wall. People sleeping below could easily bump the head (happened several times). Not enough storage. Bathroom was tiny, shower only, no tub. Window was large. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is a good size for two people. I was impressed with all the storage it offered. The closet is decent size and there were 8 drawers to unpack into along with storage behind the vanity mirror. There is also a good size shelf behind the beds where the window is. And finally there is a nice shelf with a little cubby under it that acts as a nightstand. Both our suitcases fit under the bed to get them out of the way.
The problem with this cabin is that it is right by the area where the ropes are to dock with and other mechanical things are. It was loud! All day people were out working and the banging was constant. We could never get a nap! Also, we had rough seas one night and heard big booms all night long of the waves hitting the front of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Clean. The bathroom was clean but very small- so small I couldn't even set a small bag on it. But there was good water pressure so I can deal with the size. There was lots of lighting and mirrors which is great when getting ready. Read entire member review >>
cabin was lovely. It was the same cabin I stayed in when I sailed on this ship on my first cruise. It's a bit small but was always clean and in good condition. The beds are not the most comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Room 5586 was clean when we first entered it and it was always kept clean by the room attendant. The hallway was quiet. Inside the room it was quiet on both sides and and we never heard any noise above us. The room has a great view of the ocean and was a nice size for my husband and I. The room also has very nice closet space too. Read entire member review >>
Tiny but sufficient bathroom
nice bedding and sheets
decent use of space with makeup vanity w/ drawers outside of the bathroom.
in closet shelving
space under the bed for suitcase storage Read entire member review >>
Our room was outside with a window, deck 6. I'm a light sleeper. Having said that... we did hear joggers above on deck 7 but they weren't up there late at night so we slept well. Didn't hear the anchor. The room was teeny tiny. No problem for 3-4 nights, but longer than that I'd probably book something bigger. If one of us was at the closet, the other couldn't open the bathroom door. After 10 years of marriage, we'll leave the door open and laugh about it but for others who prefer their privacy you may feel a bit squished. Had plenty of storage space for so small a space - that was impressive. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was spacious, with lots of closet and drawer space. We had a king sized bed and a sofa, lots of counter space and good lighting. The location was nice and quiet. We had a window but we had a lifeboat blocking some of the view. The bathroom was tiny, and the shower very small with no tub. But the shower/water pressure was great! Read entire member review >>
Small cabin, but most on older ships are small. Small window which was unobstructed but covered with sea spray salt. There was noise from runners on the Promenade just above this cabin. But overnight it was quiet. Very clean and no signs of wear. Easy to use combination safe. Only one pair of outlets at the desk. Bring extension cords. Read entire member review >>
6594 is an Oceanview Cabin. Even though the room where the staff gets ice was right across from us, it never seemed to be a problem. Was very close to the elevator which I truly appreciated.
Closet had plenty of storage spaces, also, it might be helpful for others to know that the desk area had plenty of storage. if one pulls on the knobs of the mirrors on the desk, there are shelves in there as well. Room under the beds for storage.
Located mid ship, one generally didn't feel the motion of the ocean except for when the water/waves was rather choppy. Even then, it was minimal and no problem. Read entire member review >>
Great location-convenient to everything. Had connecting cabin 4058 too. Connecting door did not open all the way (I guess we could have moved the bed and left it open all the time-but we did not want this). View from the window was nice. Read entire member review >>
We were in 4008. Very small, but it had a window! The beds were quite comfortable - two of them fold down at night. Closet was small but had enough room for us. Bathroom tiny, but still not a problem. Would like a balcony on our next cruise as well as some elbow room, but if you know what to expect, there is nothing wrong with the rooms. Read entire member review >>
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