Penthouse Suite (PH2): Nautica Cabin Reviews

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Located midship on Deck 8, these 322-square-foot elegant suites with large sliding glass doors and 24-hour butler service will have you feeling like royalty. These suites offer all the amenities you'd expect to find in a world-class hotel -- comfortable seating, an intimate area for private in-room dining, mini-bar, ample closet space and private balcony.

Penthouse Suite (PH2)
Decks: Deck 8
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Penthouse Suite Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8056
Aug 2016
We book penthouse for more space, especially on a long cruise. This gives us a butler, which we do not need particularly, but he was helpful with reservations and serving us dinner in our stateroom with some friends.
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Cabin 8053
Oct 2015
Oceania Nautica a Good Choice! By: Bridgeclimber1
We were very disappointed with the location of category PH2, cabin 8053. Several items as per the Oceania Australian website for PH2 did not appear, which we had to bring to the attention of the "butler" initially, who raised the issue with the Head Concierge; not much joy there! For the entire journey, outside #8053 was a major housekeeping station, with multiple trolleys etc. right next to the cabin, 4 hrs. average in the morning and similarly in the afternoon. A bit annoying after a while - would have been nice to share the location around so we were not the ones with this obstruction for the whole time. We did not see the value in PH2, nor the "butler" - having more space seemed to be the only plus. Holland America Neptune Suite SA on Volendam for Alaska we thought was excellent. The afternoon canapes were not enticing and we asked for them to stop, but they continued - such a waste of good food. We are not seasoned cruisers but have sailed on Seabourn (great) and QM2 (Princess category) as comparisons, in addition to Nautica and Volendam.
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Cabin 8052
Oct 2014
Stateroom: We had a PH2 category and have this several time. The cabin is rather small for a PH but was adequate. The new decor was definitely an improvement (lighter colors). Of course the bed and linens on Oceania are the best of any cruise line.
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