Large Oceanview Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. (211 sq. ft.)

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Large Oceanview Stateroom (F) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: September 2017
Rooms cleaned up to 2 times a day by a designated attendant assigned to each area (each floor had almost 10 or more of them). Attendant crew we met were always smiley, giving us prompt answers when we have doubts about timings, locations, ... Read More
Rooms cleaned up to 2 times a day by a designated attendant assigned to each area (each floor had almost 10 or more of them). Attendant crew we met were always smiley, giving us prompt answers when we have doubts about timings, locations, etc. Cabin was roomy, good amount of sunlight in the stateroom. But would have been better if door tags (small color printed papers to slid into card slot), special room service labels weren't paper printed (options to separate beds, etc). Read Less
Sail Date: October 2015
Good size and fair decoration. The curtains had been renewed but sadly didn't match the carpet. Read More
Good size and fair decoration. The curtains had been renewed but sadly didn't match the carpet. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2015

This had more floor space than the ordinary oceanview cabin we occupied last year (7202).
9202 is right at the front of the ship so it meant long walks to the dining areas. We didnt mind as we enjoy the exercise.
There is ... Read More

This had more floor space than the ordinary oceanview cabin we occupied last year (7202).
9202 is right at the front of the ship so it meant long walks to the dining areas. We didnt mind as we enjoy the exercise.
There is ample space and we never felt hemmed in. Shower closet as with most staterooms is small, but that didnt bother u Retractable clothes line in shower closet very convenient.
Kettle in cabin a real bonus
Cabin attendant Komang a real gem.

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Sail Date: February 2013
Room 8214 was the the first cabin in front. It was extremely quiet and at the end of the hallway. Plenty of space even for the four of us and we loved being on the 8th deck. 3 decks above the Royal Prom and 3 decks below the Pool deck. ... Read More
Room 8214 was the the first cabin in front. It was extremely quiet and at the end of the hallway. Plenty of space even for the four of us and we loved being on the 8th deck. 3 decks above the Royal Prom and 3 decks below the Pool deck. Also being in front gave us quick access to the 24 hour Cafe Promenade. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2011
Large Ocean View Stateroom - Cabin 9202 was great. Floor shape added walking room. You do have to close your curtains in the evening as the light interferes with the bridge navigation. View from window was of the front of the ship, ... Read More
Large Ocean View Stateroom - Cabin 9202 was great. Floor shape added walking room. You do have to close your curtains in the evening as the light interferes with the bridge navigation. View from window was of the front of the ship, helicopter pad and ocean. No complaints beyond the shower head always popping off the wall so don't get bonked in the head. The room is a little ways from the elevators, but generally a quiet section. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2011
Cabin 6502 - nice cabin..good size. Mediterranean was pretty calm so we were not seasick at all. Only 4 floors below the fitness center. Food (dining room, etc) are in the AFT section so it is a good walk to get there. Read More
Cabin 6502 - nice cabin..good size. Mediterranean was pretty calm so we were not seasick at all. Only 4 floors below the fitness center. Food (dining room, etc) are in the AFT section so it is a good walk to get there. Read Less

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