Very satisfied. It was kept very clean by oyr steward. Liked the shower only design. And toilet worked very well.
Had to ask for an extra pillow & a blanket as we do bot like sleeping under a hot doona.
Aircon worked well.
Safe did not work a few times but was promptly fixed upon request
So wish ships would have power outlets near the bed. As we have a cpap machine we had to ask for an ext lead which had to trail across the floor Read entire member review >>
Once we get to our cabins which was a hump balcony. A class of stateroom that we have grown to love. A hump balcony that sticks out from the ship, so you could see two sides(Front and aft) The state of the balconies however were clearly in need of maintenance. Paint ripping off and the wood wasn't even polished. The light in the room kept flickering on and off later on in the cruise. But the staff managed to fix it. Good size room with a kettle and plenty of storage space. Good amount of power points as well. Lovely and comfortable bed. They were changing mattresses in Singapore after we return. Sigh RCL... Read entire member review >>
The cabin was surprisingly spacious and comfortable. Dining on the balcony while the ship is underway is awesome. The showers are small though. Thank God my wife and I are not larger people, that shower can be claustrophobic. Read entire member review >>
This was our first RCI cruise and we had a balcony room mid-ship. The room was what we expected having cruised in balcony cabins before with Princess & Celebrity, plenty of room in the wardrobe, we even managed to store 2 suitcases in there - on our last Celebrity cruise we had to store suitcases under the bed. The shower and towels were a bit on the small size and no robes, I didn't ask the steward but maybe robes were available on request. Read entire member review >>
Great room, loved the ability to walk out onto the balcony and watch the world go by, plus to sit there and see all of the little islands and little boats out at sea.Plenty of room inside with heaps of storage. Room was very quiet and very comfortable plus you didnt feel that you were on the open seas at all, very still! Read entire member review >>
We had a mini suite w/balcony. The balcony was nice and big enough for two people to sit comfortably w/the little table between us. Beautiful view! Shower was big enough to move around in and I did not feel claustrophobic in there. Closet space was ample. Bed was a little hard but nothing that was not fixed by asking for extra padding for the bed. Nice room. Read entire member review >>
A little long to walk down the hallway from each side, but very easy to find the door at a glance since there is a column next to it. Very quiet location. Tiny shower, but a great balcony and LOTS of storage space. Read entire member review >>
We had a deck 7 balcony cabin.
The basics were excellent - really large and comfotable beds and mattresses. Instant hot water. A friendly easy-to-operate shower.
No ship vibration. Read entire member review >>
6238 great location. near elevators front of ship right above cafe on promenade convenient. cabin was very clean and spacious. had a flat screen tv, a nice couch, safe, mini bar, not noisy at all. clean nice sheets good quality. nice pillows comfortable bed. decent size bathroom. lots of cabinet space over vanity area and in bathroom. the balcony needs some sprucing up. needs to be painted and they could replace the carpet. they had two chairs and a table. the view was great!! we didn't have any issues with neighbors on their balcony. each balcony is separated by a frosted glass. the only thing i would change is i would let the curtain that sort of divides the bedroom area and the couch area go completely across the room. lighting was very good in cabin. this was the biggest balcony cabin we ever had. i think the room itself was 200 feet which is great. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7300: This is an accessible balcony stateroom - category AX. All the standard accessibility features were present except there is no power door opener. Still the door did have a delayed closer that held it open long enough to roll wheelchair out into hallway. Ramp to bathroom was less noticeable than Radiance class but balcony had a flip down metal ramp on the outside that when not flipped down was a trip hazard for AB persons. When flipped down it also prevented sliding door from being closed. Upgrades in dry dock added LCD TV with interactive features. Good location not far from elevators on Starboard side. Very quiet. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is fine, small, but what do you need? A dance floor? Great balcony, we never hear noise from the hallways. We couldn't hear the announcments though. Overall, we got our moneys worth. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6320- Excellent location just steps from the elevators on the hump! Standard balcony cabin for two with a great view fore and aft from the balcony. You are one deck up from the Royal Promenade and the Loyalty Ambassador's desk is pretty much outside your door.
It is in a high traffic location, but we never noticed any noise at all. Read entire member review >>
Right near the elevators, but very quiet. Cig. smoke from other balconies occasionally drifted in. No noise from next-door cabins. Huge, comfortable king-sized bed right next to the balcony - perfect views. Nice shower (I'm a large person and had no trouble at all). Plenty of closet space. Simple, responsive heating/cooling controls. Read entire member review >>
Closet was larger than I had expected. Very quiet. I didn't hear anything from the hall. I ordered room service one night and they told me it would be about 40 minutes. I fell asleep while waiting and didn't hear the waiter knocking, but felt this little pat on my arm and this tiny voice saying, "Mr. John, wake up for your dinner."
Balcony was great. The rail has seen better days.
Not enought room between the vanity and the couch. I kept knocking over the cocktail table. Read entire member review >>
Mid-ship port side on Deck 7 turned out to be a great view in each of the ports. It was a E2 balcony room, plenty of space for both moving around, sitting and relaxing, and storing of stuff. Closet was a great size, and had shelves as well as hanging room. We could hear some music thumping late at night from one of the clubs, not sure which, but it was fairly distant and didn't run too late, so it wasn't much of a problem. Not much rocking to report here either. And it was nice to have a fridge! Read entire member review >>
we had a E2 balcony cabin. The closets were adequate, the bathroom was good for a cruise ship but the shower was very, very small. The bed was not very soft and the TV seemed to have constant interference on it on all channels all week. Read entire member review >>
We really didn't take as much advantage of our Hump balcony cabin as we should have, but it did have a great view, both fore and aft, and was large enough to make the price worthwhile. I noticed no noise from the elevator stairs which were right outside our door. Yes the Closet can be a mite tiny but it was functional. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7620 is one of the two center cabins on the "hump" on deck seven. It is a cat E2. If you want a cabin that only your neighbors can see into (if they look around the divider) then this is the cabin for you. I had no problem seeing forward or backwards, and if you look straight down, you will see the water. The balcony is fully covered. Plenty of room for two (it only sleeps two). Read entire member review >>
The Balcony was a great mid-ship location just forward of the hump with ample space for 2 and just one floor above guest services and the Royal Promenade. The Promanade rooms were smaller and suitable for anyone just don't forget to clothes your drapes or you may become part of the on board entertainment. Read entire member review >>
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