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Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area and a private bathroom. (206 sq. ft., balcony 42 sq. ft.)

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Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (D1) Cabin Reviews

Xmas cruise : Cabin 6360
Sail Date: December 2017
Spacious, good storage. No shower gel in pump dispenser in shower. No hot water for first few days. Sink tap allowed only slight flow, despite complaint to maintenance. Lack of toiletries. Read More
Spacious, good storage. No shower gel in pump dispenser in shower. No hot water for first few days. Sink tap allowed only slight flow, despite complaint to maintenance. Lack of toiletries. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Our balcony cabin was standard with ample room for hanging and shelving clothes. We managed to put 2 luggages in the wardrobe, and placed the baby bath tub under the sink. There were also ample shelving space for cosmetics and food. The ... Read More
Our balcony cabin was standard with ample room for hanging and shelving clothes. We managed to put 2 luggages in the wardrobe, and placed the baby bath tub under the sink. There were also ample shelving space for cosmetics and food. The beds were larger than the standard queen and very comfortable. i slept very soundly in my pull down bed as well. Balcony i thought wasnt exactly clean, the chairs too should be cleaned more. Shower room a little small but i guess this is standard size. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
We had a cabin with a balcony and while we hardly used it (we had our 1 year old son with us) it was nice to have the natural light and a breeze. Read More
We had a cabin with a balcony and while we hardly used it (we had our 1 year old son with us) it was nice to have the natural light and a breeze. Read Less
Loved this Ship : Cabin 8540
Sail Date: November 2015
One of the best balcony cabins we have had. Really comfy bed, large sofa and loads of storage. Read More
One of the best balcony cabins we have had. Really comfy bed, large sofa and loads of storage. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2015
See above. Quite adequate, good facilities. Well serviced ,clean and quiet. Read More
See above. Quite adequate, good facilities. Well serviced ,clean and quiet. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2015

- We stayed in Room 9518 and 9520 on deck 9. 9520 is a balcony room with connecting door to ocean view room 9518. The rooms are quiet because there is hardly any foot traffic and there are only cabins above and below our rooms. We can ... Read More

- We stayed in Room 9518 and 9520 on deck 9. 9520 is a balcony room with connecting door to ocean view room 9518. The rooms are quiet because there is hardly any foot traffic and there are only cabins above and below our rooms. We can hear the voices in the other room even with the connecting door closed.
- These 2 rooms are located aft of the ship on the port side.
- Actually room 9520 is the aft most balcony room of deck 9 so we get to see the ship forward view and we get to see part of the bridge from the balcony.
- The 2 rooms come with sofa beds thus can accommodate 4 persons per room.
- The sofa beds remain open throughout our stay. We have to relocate the glass tables that usually sit in front of the sofa. There is sufficient room in the ocean view room (room is slightly longer) but for the balcony room, we have to relocate the table to the balcony.
- There is plenty of storage in the wardrobe and under the bed.
- They provide electronic safe, TV and electric kettle in the rooms.
- There are tea packets but no coffee so have to go to café promenade if you need your coffee fix.
- The windjammer and the Main Dining rooms are all located at the stern (back) of the ship so it is quite a long walk from our rooms.
- The spa, gym and solarium are right above (deck 11).
- Savoy Theatre is right below (deck 3).
- When docking at Port Klang, the port is on the starboard side.
- When docking at Penang, the port is on port side so we get to see the town from our balcony.
- When at Phuket, the tender ships will be on the starboard side so we were unable to see them from our balcony. We do get to see the beautiful sunset from our balcony.

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Sail Date: November 2014

Cabin was spacious and it was nice to have an enclosed shower. Gin our steward was extremely helpful and friendly.

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Cabin was spacious and it was nice to have an enclosed shower. Gin our steward was extremely helpful and friendly.

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