Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, private balcony, sitting area with sofa, and a private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck.
(184 sq. ft., balcony 46 sq. ft. - balcony sizes may vary)
The room was good bit smaller than on Anthem, shower cubicle was a bit tight but never the less ok loads of wardrobe space.
Bed HUGE but a bit firm, fridge, hairdryer, TV TV the free channels seem to be mostly foreign, bit strange as everyone on board was British an from USA mostly.
One more point, I have never ever stayed anyware that doesn't supply COFFEE only tea, maybe just cost cutting ? Read entire member review >>
On face view the cabin was clean but we noticed some stains on the pillows also noticed they were not white in colour, so we checked the mattress and pillow condition and found body fluid stains on them, this sparked a further closer inspection which resulted with a screw through a wardrobe panel which would have caused harm if touched, carpets where stained, toilets didn't flush very well and where prone to blocking. Read entire member review >>
Very good and spacious. There was a fridge, and tea making facilities. We were told they did not supply coffee sachets, only tea, but another passenger told us that if we asked our attendant he could have got us some coffee sachets. Plenty of wardrobe and drawer space. Very nice shower room and plenty of towels. Read entire member review >>
We enjoyed the cabin. It had enough room so we were not bumping into one another. We traveled with another couple who were in next cabin and were able to have the balcony opened up so all 4 of us could enjoy each other's company out on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was smaller than I have had on the smaller ships. They made cuts so that you no longer have a table with your couch so forget about playing cards or even writing a note to the room attendant.
The fridge is no longer stocked so I had to write the room attendant a note, then they had to write one back stating I had to fill out a card. By the time I got my beverages, the week was almost over. Ended up leaving 1/2 bottle of water and 3 diet cokes which were the equivalent of $12.00 behind. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small but comfortable. We had 4 large suitcases and had to leave two of them near the balcony door because there was nowhere else to put them. The bathroom was typical and utilitarian. The water pressure in the sink was terrible, but the shower was very good. The balcony was big enough to two chairs and a round table. It's on the back end of a small hump in the ship so the wind wasn't as bad as it might have been elsewhere. Read entire member review >>
Toilet black from defective pipes.
Room showing its age.
Balcony railing and glass in very bad shape. Balcony dirty.
Empty refrigerator barely worked.
Room not made until after 2pm??? Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nice and our room steward was GREAT !!
We did have issues with the toilet not working and informed the line on the deck was clogged and they were working on it.
We also had issues with the A/C not working since there are no guidelines telling you the balcony door must be closed and locked in order for the A/C to work. After several days of heat we figured t out. Read entire member review >>
Clean and made up daily. Sheets were too small for the bed - two single beds pushed together. Balcony was in need of painting and the glass on the doors could have done with a clean. There were no complimentary products left in cabin. We were told if you wanted them you had to ask the room attendant. To view a movie on the TV was priced at $11 dollars... disgraceful. Read entire member review >>
Cabin clean tidy, tv was on the blink but I only watched is for 30 mins a day waiting for my g/f to get ready. Nice size (for a ship)
We didn't see out cleaner much but room was always up to scratch no complaints. Read entire member review >>
Caring was a little cramped but OK. Was surprised that the 'bunk' for our son was above the main double bed - at the headboard end. Never seen a configuration like this before. No coffee in the room just tea, had to buy a jar of instant at the first port of call. Read entire member review >>
the cabin was good and comfy. the bunk bed was perfect for our little one and there was room on the floor for him to play with his toys and we even sat down to play all together . so it is a roomy cabin.
the bathroom fixtures were old and worn out. needs a huge update.
the balcony was old and rusty but was OK. Read entire member review >>
Comfortable, well appointed, plenty big for two. Good amount of storage and ALWAYS well cleaned and stocked. The balcony was great. No more time than we spent in it; it was perfect in every way. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was fine. It was kept very clean by our lovely room attendant and the beds were actually comfy (although a bit too soft for my son, who likes a very firm bed). It was worth the extra money to have a balcony as we spent a lot of time relaxing on it, in the sunshine, watching the ocean. Had we not had a balcony, we'd have had to use the public areas on the top deck and they were very crowded. Our cabin was very quiet and at night all we could hear was the ocean swishing by (we were lucky enough to have weather warm enough to keep our balcony doors wide open 24/7) - very relaxing. Also, the shower was very nice and hot with plenty of power. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very nice and a lovely size with a balcony Close to the stairs and lifts. Unfortunately every time i opened the door I could smell what can only be described as sweaty heads.My husband said maybe it could be something they were cleaning with but i cant think what smells like that. I was also bitten on my wrist 4 times on the first night and twice on day 7. Our cabin lady was very good despite this. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom attendant Risman Pasaribu was brilliant, nothing was too much trouble, asked for an ice bucket, received it on the first and on every other day, Stateroom was clean and comfortable, pity about the occasional table which wasn`t there Read entire member review >>
I should add. We asked the steward to open the balcony door to our adjoining room. All fine. But the door bangs at night and is can't be closed except from the outside. So while there is a little clip thing to keep the door secure at night, because of the way the balconies work, the door only opens in one direction. So if you have two rooms, you can open the balcony, but essentially can't close the balcony door except from the outside, which means one room can't really use the balcony. Or you have to push you sliding door aside about 4 inches -- enough to get your hand through, then push against the balcony door so that it 'pops' open, then open your sliding door the rest of the way. And if your sliding door handle is horizontal (not vertical) you will not be able to close the balcony door. It's harder to describe than if you see it in person, but suffice it to say it's not well engineered, and the silly balcony door banging can really annoy neighbors (It happened to be me that first night -- so I apologize to our neighbors as I kept hearing the noise but had no idea where it came from). Read entire member review >>
No problem with the size of the cabin but it is showing it's age. Wood trim color is faded throughout. Day 1 foul smell was taken care of when I reported it, actually guest services sent us a bottle of wine which was a nice touch. The balcony windows were dirty. When touching the windows it in the early morning dew it left dirt mark streaks that dried up and we had to look at all day. Attendant finally noticed it on Day 3. Read entire member review >>
2 cabins from elevators. Never heard any noise from the guest except in early morning when they were going to breakfast. People forget some are not early risers and talk while walking down hallway. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nice and exactly what we expected and have had before. However, the bed and pillows were beyond worn out. The bed felt like a bad pull out sofa, and the pillows were hard flat bricks. Read entire member review >>
Equivalent to a motel 6 in the middle of nowhere. Smelled funny. mini fridge didn't work. Room service took 2+ hours every time we ordered. Then it took 12+ hours to get the tray picked up from in front of our door. At one point, we had three trays in front of our room and even though plenty of attendants walked by, no one bothered to pick it up.
Scalding hot water which is terrible to shower in. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was about the size we needed for 2 people but it may have been cramped with a third person. One suitcase did not fit in the closet (too wide) so it had to sit on the couch. The balcony was actually good size with a table and 2 chairs & room to look around. We were traveling with the gals in the next cabin so we asked to open our balcony door, between cabins. The first night we had to figure out how to "tie" the door closed so it would stop banging against the frame, in the constant wind. We eventually used a towel & made a quieter bang but the room attendant never removed our ingenious idea!
The bathroom has very little counter space & not much of a shelf under the sink although one side of the mirror does open for storage. The shower is nice with the height adjustment showerhead but the directions should be attached somewhere to show you how to turn the water on! My companion used the drawers & there was room in the closet for 2 peoples clothes. Read entire member review >>
Although smaller than a mini-suite, there was plenty of closet space with hangers and shelves. I liked the drawers on either side of the vanity area - held all cosmetics, hair stuff, underwear and bathing suits for husban and me. Bath had cabinet for toothbrush, soap, etc. While the shower is small, the glass doors are great - temp and pressure was good too. Sometimes had to run shower to get sink water to warm up, but was plenty warm after that. Bed was very comfortable, and I brought my own TemperPedic pillow. The duvet was way too much for that climate, so I asked for another top sheet. The steward took the duvet away and brought a very nice (and little heavier) top sheet to put over the one already on the bed. Made it just right and not too heavy. Have never understood the switch to duvets instead of spreads. Way too hot and heavy for me. We had an aft cabin with an extended balcony on deck 6 that was wonderful. 2 loungers, 2 chairs and a table and completely covered. Even though the cabins are not at the actual end of the boat, the view is great and it is quiet. The only thing that was bothersome was that deck 5 below us was a crew only passage way and they had lights on all the time. I would have preferred to be in darkness so I could see the stars, but the glow wasn't that bad. Clinton from St. Vincent's was wonderful. 3 cute animal towels and everything was always clean. Read entire member review >>
It was rather small for my family. Next time I will try to book earlier and check into getting adjoining rooms. The pull out sofa was not very comfortable, but my kids were so tired out on the port days that it wasn't unbearable. We looked on travel sites for room organization tips and we were able to maximize our space with shoe organizers, extra hooks, suitcases/shoes under the bed, etc.. Read entire member review >>
Large cabin, was fine. My wife uses a C pac machine, and we had to get an extension cord to make it work. No plug anywhere near the bed. Cabin designers need to look at stuff like this. Read entire member review >>
Large state room with plenty of space for my daughter's wheelchair and medical equipment. The roll-in shower with seat was very nice and made bathing easy for her after a long day. Read entire member review >>
Lovely cabin, located in our preferred ship's area. Shower was a bit tight (smaller than the one in our RV). We had a bum fridge which was quickly replaced. Luis was great in all aspects of his care of us and our belongings. My one complaint is that the bed was a bit too hard for our liking. Someone elsewhere suggested getting a foam insert and we'll remember that for the next time. Read entire member review >>
The room was PERFECT. Whoever said don't spend the money on a balcony is an idiot. We spent a LOT of time relaxing and reading on the balcony, enjoying the views at sea and at port. It comes with two chairs and a table. I can't imagine having a room without one. There was plenty of space to unpack and put suitcases under the bed. Bathroom is plenty big enough, with great water pressure and hot water. However, the bed was EXTREMELY uncomfortable for this pregnant lady (very hard mattress), but our steward put some soft foam mattress pads on and all was well (ask for this right away - like call housekeeping as soon as you get in your room because they do run out of these things). We brought our own pillows, so that wasn't a problem. One negative - the TV situation. Yes, we are TV addicts, so this was kinda a big deal. It's a great flat screen, but there are hardly any channels! There are 40 channels (ok, that's good) - BUT, about half are devoted to the ship and shopping (think QVC type channels solely for shops on the ship). Ten are devoted to Spanish and kids channels. So then you're left with about 2 news and 2 ESPN channels (we lived on those), and TBS. There was a Food network channel, but they looped the same episode over and over and over again. Sooooo.....bring lots of reading material or download movies to your tablet or phone before you leave. Speaking of that, know that they charge an outrageous price for WIFI (like $300 for the week). We ended up not getting it, thank goodness, because we heard it was spotty and you can't even stream Netflix, etc., much less download an email in less than 30 minutes. At that price, you should be getting the fastest WIFI around.Couple of random review tips that I read that worked great for us: Bring magnets for your itineraries (walls are metal), so they don't take up valuable space in your cabin. Bring an EXTRA long extension cord for your phone chargers, etc. There's only ONE plug in the whole cable, including the bathroom, and it's kinda far from the bed. Bring a small, soft throw blanket for sitting out on the balcony. Pack plenty of $1 bills for the random tips you give out each day (room service, etc.) - our steward got a couple bucks each time he brought ice, etc. We brought about $200 in one dollar bills and spent about $150 (and we're big tippers). Tip your steward an awesome amount the first time you see him, and he'll do just about anything for you the whole rest of the trip. It shouldn't work this way, but it does make a huge difference in service. Don't bring a travel water container (you get those for free when you get the beverage package). For the guys, pack a couple pairs of pants because they are very strict with the no shorts dress code at dinner - why RCI does this to people is beyond me. Formal nights are a big deal too, but we always ate at a specialty restaurant, or Johnny Rockets on those nights to avoid the silliness. Don't bring beach towels for excursions, you can get some from RCI when you leave the ship. Ladies, go to one of the shops on the first day and get one of those cute necklaces for your SeaPass card. They're only $12 and you'll be thanking me later. Read entire member review >>
This Cabin seemed to be a little smaller than usual, but also seemed to be newer as the Mariner of the Seas, the Navigator's sister ship, did not have cabins on the 12th deck. I think the staterooms on this deck were added which took away from the outside running track. Read entire member review >>
This is designated as a handicapped accessible room. It is much larger but is the same price. The extra room is needed for wheelchair and scooter storage. Only 2 electric outlets but they provided a long extension cord for our CPAPs to plug-in at bedside. I brought a couple of multiple-outlet plugs with me and glad of it since at night we were charging two scooters, two phones, an iPad, and running two CPAPs all at the same time. bathroom was great--lots of grab bars, hand-held shower, seat in the shower, etc. Read entire member review >>
The hump cabin was nice. There was plenty of room and we stored our luggage under the bed. We spent a good amount of time on the balcony. We had breakfast on the balcony several times. This is a very nice treat. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony stateroom. The room had enough space and enough storage space. Hair dryer is included. Save the room in your suitcase for other things. This room was close to the elevator. That area is always my choice. Easy to get in and out and around the ship. Surprisingly quiet. Upon closing the door we never had outside noise! The shower is a little small. Our cruise tip is; if you get tired of the small shower, go to the fitness area and use the showers there. The fitness area has a great whirlpool. My husband and I like it because it is in the middle and available to both men and women. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was roomy and comfortable, starboard side, amidships. Our room attendant was friendly and efficient, but not very visible. On previous cruises we have had a chance to get to know the attendants, not this time. The floor on out balcony was cracked and heaving where the room dividers attached. Probably not a safety issue, but certainly an aesthetic problem. Read entire member review >>
Very nice stateroom with a balcony on the port side of the ship, located just slightly forward of midship. Quiet, with very minimal exterior noise. And very little motion from the waves outside. Read entire member review >>
Just like the picture, except no curtain between bed and sofa, and no sofa table (you can bring in the one from the balcony if you really need one). There was a triangle of extra space (3' at widest) between the balcony curtain and the balcony, because the ship bowed out slightly. It was a great place to stow baggage if it didn't fit under the bed. Very quiet. Very.Around the corner from the elevator - so convenient! Great location for main dining room, Windjammer and ice rink; just step off the elevator. The theater and the largest lounge were on the other end of the ship, though.Lots of cubby holes to put your stuff, so, even though the cabin was small, we had enough storage.Bring an extension cord / surge protector for chargers, laptops, etc. Read entire member review >>
The Navigator of the Seas is showing her age! Our cabin was missing the wood cap on the balcony railing. Carpet was worn and the TV's must have been the original ones installed when the ship was built 11 years ago. The bathroom walls had rust breaking through the paint. I wish that I could share some of my photos in this review. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was o.k. There was a leaking at the back of the toilet for two days. The soap was only replaced once. There was only a small bar of soap and not the shampoo, conditioner, bath gel and body lotion found on Princess for the same price of this cruise. Read entire member review >>
cabins quiet with adequate balcony. Room stewardess saw that bed was regularly changed and bathroom always clean and pristine. King size bed very comfortable and cabin reasonably spacious. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of storage space. Could use more hangers. Very quiet room & hallway. Great curved shower door. Sometimes the faucet water was too hot & wouldn't go switch to cold. Bad for brushing teeth! Nice balcony view! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9390 on NOS has a horrible aft balcony. It is less than half the size of the one for 9392 and you barely have any room for one person to walk with the 2 chaise lounges, chair and table. No more than 2 even has room to stand out on it. Avoid this cabin if you want a nice balcony!!! 9690 did not seem to be a mirror image as the balcony from a distance appeared larger.
Other than that the room is fine, aft was very quiet. I would not hesitate to book the other rooms at aft on that floor. Read entire member review >>
#6322 has great location and slightly larger being on the hump. Bathroom is smaller than average. Shower is small. No ice in cabin. Plastic SOLO cups for glasses. Much like Motel 6. Read entire member review >>
more than adequate room space. shower a bit small for a larger than average sized person. closet space adequate .glass top coffee table intrusive had to keep moving it out of the way. our beds were split so very narrow walkway to balcony. balcony small but adequate for our needs.mini safe good and cupboard above extremely useful.
close to but not on top of lifts so never noticed any intrusive noises. mid way down ship so not bothered by excessive rocking. dont forget ship caters mostly to americans so plug points are US. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in a balcony cabin on the seventh deck. The cabin was nice but there was a terrible smell all the time in the bathroom. Have been on several other cruise and have never had this. Handle to door to balcony was falling off and ac sometimes worked and sometimes not. Maintenance came up several times to fix it but continues to not work correctly.
Plenty of room for our cloths and bed was comfortable. In center of ship so not to noisy. Read entire member review >>
Equidistant from fore and aft stairs, there is not a lot of traffic through the hallway. Balcony roomy enough for 2, enough room to sit and stretch out your legs. From the balcony, you could hear the activities at the pool, but with the door closed to the balcony, it was silent. We noticed an occasional banging sound at night. It was hard to tell whether this was from other people shutting their doors and it re-verbed down the whole hallway, or maybe the toilet vacuum or stabilizers? It wasn't so loud that it was very disturbing, but it was a mystery! Loads of closet and drawer space, though the drawers are small. Roomier bath with curved shower curtain bar. Lots of space for toiletries here too. Read entire member review >>
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