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.
7078 is one of the smallest cabins we have ever stayed in. The cabins are really dark. I will say our room stewards were wonderful. Olga and Johnny were really supportive and accomodating. Read entire member review >>
First the positives; small but well laid out, nicely furnished, comfortable bed, spotlessly clean.
However, this cabin on the back of the ship is definitely one to be avoided if you want a quite nights sleep. Firstly there is a constant loud droning noise coming through the ceiling vent and constant loud hissing through the air conditioning unit. There is also noise from the outside terrace restaurant area above with staff or guests scraping chairs ridiculously early in the morning (4.30am!). We complained immediately but were told that no one from management was available and offered ear plugs!!!! When management (Executive Concierge Connie) finally appeared at her desk first thing next morning she "investigated" only to advise that the noise is "machinery", the ship is full so no chance of a move and to use the earplugs provided by reception the night before.
We did sleep with earplugs every night. The room experience won't put us off cruising on Nautica again but we would be much more careful about cabin location. Read entire member review >>
As mentioned above, the Concierge and Balcony cabins are quite small in comparison with the Balcony Cabins on other lines. If the budget stretches, we would definitely suggest an upgrade to a Penthouse or above. Read entire member review >>
We opted for the smaller balcony cabin. Having a balcony is great! We are spoiled now. There is ample space to put luggage, hanging and drawers. The desk area needs improvement. It has to double for a make-up station and desk. This is also where I dry hair as it's where the outlet for the provided hand held hairdryer is. There is a large mirror above the desk. I would suggest 2 cabinets above on each side of the mirror to store things. The drawer in the center of the desk is very shallow and nothing fits in it. A deeper drawer would be a plus. The room was very quiet even though the laundry was across from us. Read entire member review >>
Cabin good with adequate balcony although not completely private. Not enough drawer space for a two weeks cruise - and they are far too narrow. Wardrobe is not a walk in one, and when the double doors are open it is impossible to see inside as the light in the cabin is obscured when the wardrobe doors are open. There should be a light inside the wardrobe. Bathroom small, and shower curtain is not wide enough, is fixed on one side, and therefore clings to your back, having previously clung to the last cabin occupant. Are they changed after each cruise? Flow impeder on the sink tap is ridiculous and takes far too long to fill - remedy use the shower head. Excellent towel provision but hand towels too small to wrap round your head after washing hair. Some bedroom fitments eg table lamps - shades awry, look dated and need replacing. Read entire member review >>
Conceirge Level A2 7022. Tiny bathroom (almost needed to leave the door open with my knees protruding!), Plenty of storage, refrig kept cold things cold, bed very comfortable, balcony fine. Read entire member review >>
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