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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom
Located forward and aft on Decks 6, 7, and 8, these beautifully decorated 216-square-foot staterooms, with private balcony, offer a great vantage point for a last look at the stars before bedtime. Your choice of queen bed or two twins.

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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom (A1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
The cabin carpet was soaked with rain water around balcony door twice for a total of 4 days, they provided a carpet dryer that was too big for our small cabin and was very loud. They provided us a bottle of wine and $100 ship board credit ... Read More
The cabin carpet was soaked with rain water around balcony door twice for a total of 4 days, they provided a carpet dryer that was too big for our small cabin and was very loud. They provided us a bottle of wine and $100 ship board credit to compensate us for the inconvenience and promised additional compensation. Two days before disembarking the ship the concierge finally informed us that their total compensation was the bottle of wine and $100. This susposed compensation for a Cruise that cost us $30,000 plus, was hardly adequate compensation for the inconvenience we suffered nor did it reflect the customer service one would expect from a luxury cruise line. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Smaller than on a larger ship but very well furnished with nice bedding and toiletries Read More
Smaller than on a larger ship but very well furnished with nice bedding and toiletries Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Since we have been on this size ship with Oceania in the past, we knew what to expect. We don't spend much time in the cabin during the day, so the size was not a problem. The one thing that we noticed, as mentioned above, is that there ... Read More
Since we have been on this size ship with Oceania in the past, we knew what to expect. We don't spend much time in the cabin during the day, so the size was not a problem. The one thing that we noticed, as mentioned above, is that there was some 'wear and tear' of the cabin that we hadn't noticed on other Oceania ships. As with other reviews, the bathroom is small, but manageable. Passing at the foot of the bed is also tight. Storage space is limited, but not a major problem. Our suitcases did fit under the bed with a bit of coaxing. Our cabin steward did an excellent job and kept the cabin quite clean along with stocking the refrigerator and water daily. We like to enjoy a glass of wine, that we bring on board from port, before dinner. We asked for glasses on the first day and these were replaced daily without asking. This was a nice touch. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
Best to be in middle of ship and on level 7 or 8. We had rough waters in S China Sea twice and being in middle is the least difficult. Bathroom is usable but very small shower and area. Beds were comfortable. Enough storage to put all ... Read More
Best to be in middle of ship and on level 7 or 8. We had rough waters in S China Sea twice and being in middle is the least difficult. Bathroom is usable but very small shower and area. Beds were comfortable. Enough storage to put all your belongings away. Great staff. Read Less
African Sojourn : Cabin 7044
Sail Date: January 2017
Small bathroom & shower curtain detracted from the concierge experience. Safe top line numbers did not work. Room not cleaned properly before we entered upon embarkation. Toiletries not replaced. No umbrella in closet, nor laundry ... Read More
Small bathroom & shower curtain detracted from the concierge experience. Safe top line numbers did not work. Room not cleaned properly before we entered upon embarkation. Toiletries not replaced. No umbrella in closet, nor laundry slip. Laundry bag not replaced - had to ask for everything! Read Less
Sail Date: November 2016
A little small, in particular the bathroom. As you are on the go most of the time it really didn't matter. Even on a long voyage of 30 days. Having a verandah is a must, espcially While ports watching the daily activities. Enjoyable and ... Read More
A little small, in particular the bathroom. As you are on the go most of the time it really didn't matter. Even on a long voyage of 30 days. Having a verandah is a must, espcially While ports watching the daily activities. Enjoyable and relaxing. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2016
The cabin was classed as concierge A1 and carried a price tag to match. In reality it was an average balcony stateroom that one would find on most cruise lines at a much lower cost. Read More
The cabin was classed as concierge A1 and carried a price tag to match. In reality it was an average balcony stateroom that one would find on most cruise lines at a much lower cost. Read Less

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