Ocean View Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private bathroom. (122 sq. ft.)

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Ocean View Stateroom (G) Cabin Reviews

Old and it shows : Cabin 9076
Sail Date: December 2017
Cabin was dated but quiet. Read More
Cabin was dated but quiet. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
Clean but Shabby: This particular cabin is one that can be an adjoining cabin, I did not use that feature. Bath: Shower with a clean knit curtain (not a glass door), slightly larger than I have seen on a couple of other ships. ... Read More
Clean but Shabby: This particular cabin is one that can be an adjoining cabin, I did not use that feature. Bath: Shower with a clean knit curtain (not a glass door), slightly larger than I have seen on a couple of other ships. Curtain hangers caught on the rough area in track where it had been screwed into the ceiling and made opening and closing it difficult. all faucets provided consistent temperature and good pressure. Shower head was on a flexi-line that could be adjusted up and down. Head had a couple of settings, I didn't test them. Shower had 2 wire soap holders. Sink drain was "okay", a bit slow and sometimes gurgled. the sink Stopper worked! floor/tiles as well as walls looked old and yellowed, but clean. A couple of cupholders by the toilet (not quite sure why!) Soap was round bar in sealed plastic, shampoo in-shower dispenser Toilet was a typical vacuum pushbutton. Sink and counter space I found to be pretty good for a ship, I've seen smaller. Bathroom had 2 small trashcans, one "installed", and one on floor. a couple small shelves that were reasonable for a ship. the door had a stopper device on it that was connected to the frame and had pulled the door frame away from the wall. The negative-pressure vent was audible when in the bathroom, not detectable from rest of the cabin. 4 useful hanging hooks on door. lighting was florescent and took a few seconds to blink on (ballast maybe going bad). It provided plenty of light. Hair dryer was not stored in the bathroom, but found it in the desk. EU-style shaver outlet in the light fixture. Towels were always freshened, regardless of whether they were hung or left on the floor. Towels were 100% cotton, a few had stains. Washcloths were present. Closet: well-stocked with hangers both shirt/jacket and pant/skirt hangers with clips and 2 levels of hanging rods storage safe available 3-4 wire shelves that were nice for folded clothes floor space for small-to-medium suitcase storage. It was interrupted by the vertical rods/posts that held up the hanger rods. the closet door had a single bi-folding door that had to be awkwardly pulled open from the middle, but was generally acceptable. Closet door/exterior was (ply)wood reminiscent of college dorm. porthole cover stored in the closet.. I didn't mess with it. Closet contained the mandatory 2 flotation jackets on the floor. A paper laundry bag with typical (astronomical) prices was in the closet. Rest of Stateroom: Cabin door required extra force to latch closed. Door has peephole. Small desk w/ small chair and 4 small drawers plus a wide drawer. One desk drawer would not fully close. US-style and EU-style outlets, but the US-style was not good at "holding" a plug in. The desk basically had space for 1 notebook computer and a bit more. Temperature/airflow was good. Switch lighting turned on a light at entry/door/closet and a second light at the port hole. Lighting fixtures on either side of bed turned on and off by on-fixture switches provide both bright incandescent and a small LED reading light. 2 hooks for hanging clothes, useful Window/port hole was present and reasonable. Curtains were not blackout curtains, but were pretty good at keeping cabin dark. The head of the bed was under the porthole so you could not see out when in bed. Mirrors in bath, at desk, and a full length on back of door (that can provide a very unflattering view of you when lying on the bed!) Hung from the ceiling, a small, older 3:2 video screen with remote. I couldn't find an accessible HDMI port, but didn't look too hard. The bed was a king sized (2 twins together), 4 large foam pillows. Sheets and other bedclothes were clean and white with no visible stains. mattress firmness was fine, no creeping of bedclothes off the bed or anything. Generally the bed was good. About 2 ft of wall clearance on either side of bed 1 trash can No "extra cost" items were ever present like a minibar or bottled water. Internet worked in the cabin as well as it worked anywhere onboard. No problematic odors in the cabin. An extra blanket-type item was available on top of the desk area. Read Less
Older but still good! : Cabin 1402
Sail Date: October 2017
Very small, go outside to change your mind! Had to crawl to end of bed or climb over wife to go to the bathroom. Noisy at port arrival. Smal closet, only three shelves. Read More
Very small, go outside to change your mind! Had to crawl to end of bed or climb over wife to go to the bathroom. Noisy at port arrival. Smal closet, only three shelves. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Very small, no smaller. One person sleeps above you. Alvin was very good with his service and made towel animals for us. Read More
Very small, no smaller. One person sleeps above you. Alvin was very good with his service and made towel animals for us. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
Small, dated, in need of redecoration to lighten it up, would look better if it were brighter. Bed was comfy, enough space for a few items of clothes etc, bathroom small but worked fine. Window was dirty so couldn't really see out of it. Read More
Small, dated, in need of redecoration to lighten it up, would look better if it were brighter. Bed was comfy, enough space for a few items of clothes etc, bathroom small but worked fine. Window was dirty so couldn't really see out of it. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
The cabin was small. The bed was pushed up against the wall in the corner so one person had to crawl over the other to get in/out if needed after we went to sleep. We managed to find enough places to put things after we unpacked. Our ... Read More
The cabin was small. The bed was pushed up against the wall in the corner so one person had to crawl over the other to get in/out if needed after we went to sleep. We managed to find enough places to put things after we unpacked. Our standard internet was slower in the room and definitely not as strong as when we were in other public places. The cabin seemed a bit old and worn out. The beds weren't that comfortable. The shower was tiny but that wa expected. It did not smell but the bathroom shelves and drawers in the room were dusty (we lined the drawers with plastic bags) We had a port hole window Read Less

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