The best thing on the edge was the four free dining rooms instead of one large one. And the food and service were outstanding.
The single rooms were disappointing because they had no storage at all, whereas the regular cabins had a ton of storage. The bathrooms were great.
The magic carpet was not magical. Just a nice deck. The infinity balcony was more like a larger room with a great horizontal open window, and no deck. Ship had a Beautiful design with lots of smaller spaces but not as cutting edge as the hype. Just very nice design.
The upcharge for the specialty restaurants was $60. Too much.
The crew service was great but they were not knowledgeable about the ports. They said I have never been there so I don’t know. Odd answer.
The design was great but not sure it was high tech. Would have liked to leave messages for other cabins but could not. (The app did not work on my cruise. )
The internet worked great but very expensive. Much faster than other ships.
The ship was beautiful and luxurious but not up to the hype.
The entertainment was very good but the performance in the eden room was very creepy. Even though the room was very well designed.
Pros- great bathroom. Great location. Excellent service. Nice design.
Cons- not a single drawer or shelf to unpack your clothes. Where the regular rooms had a ton of storage, this room had one closet with no shelves and that’s it. There was a minibar with a fridge and safe and one small shelf under the safe. Crazy! So you can’t unpack anything that does not hang. The tender boat is right under your balcony so you can’t look down and you see the attennna partially blocking the view. The infinite veranda is just a really nice horizontal window. Not a veranda. There is no couch. Just a small desk. And two chairs on the veranda. For the price they charged I would pay the 2 person charge for a bigger cabin with a window and no infinite veranda and pay less overall for much more space.