Loved the space! The refurbished rooms are fantastic and the view was outstanding. The fridge was tucked so far back that we couldn't reach it well without having to get down on the floor (we're tall). The hairdryer was a sad piece of equipment that needs replacing. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is in a good location, quiet and pretty well maintained. Showing a bit of age now in bathroom. Balcony door required heaving to open with 2 hands and a generous tug. Having the luxury of a bath was great only let down by having to ask for toiletries. I don't think a basic bar of soap and a dispenser full of cheap shampoo is adequate for any cabin never mind a JS. Any average 3 star hotel would provide these - RCCI now obviously don't. No shower cap for ladies, no shoe shine, etc, etc. Had to ask for bathrobes. JS worth having - the room was a great size and included a walk in wardrobe and large lounge. Balcony average I thought but again we felt let down by the fact the glass on the balcony screen obviously hadn't been cleaned from sailing transatlantic nor prior to us getting on board and not for 2 weeks we were on-board. (They started cleaning as we got off). Nothing really else extra save for the space - and the double points but was a nice change from standard balcony. Read entire member review >>
We chose a junior suite and were really impressed with the size of the room. There were three of us and there was plenty of room and storage for all of us to place our things. I did notice that the extra blanket I grabbed from under the bed was stained/dirty, but I placed it on top of the other blankets so wasn't too bothered with this detail. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom= For this voyage, we were in a Junior Suite (room 9270). Traveling as a family of four this enabled us to have more room on a longer cruise. The room itself was huge and there was plenty of space for people to walk around and not feel cramped. The room even had a full size walk in closet, that had enough storage space for the whole family. The bathroom was also amazing, as it was larger compared to one from an ocean view balcony and it had a large tub. Also thanks to the extra width of the room, there was plenty of walking space even when the pull out couch was fully extended. The balcony had room for one lounge chair, two chairs and a table that the four of us could fit around. Everything in the suite was in working order, clean and sufficient. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was huge! Loved the space. I wish we were traveling with a group of 10-12 we could have hosted them all. Michael kept the room neat and tidy. Sometimes my wife felt the air conditioner could be too hot or too cold. The larger balcony was adefinite bonus. Read entire member review >>
Well-maintained, a good spot, a shallower balcony than some of the other Jr. Suites. The last two days at sea when we were traveling faster we noticed a pronounced, rhythmic vibration at night. I usually love whatever motion I feel in the ship but this was distracting and woke me up a few times. I mentioned it to friends who were in a cabin directly below us and they felt it too. Maybe something was off balance; kind of felt like a car that needed a tune-up. Read entire member review >>
For the first time we splurged and booked a Junior Suite (9248). It was perfect. We will never go back to a smaller room....just our opinion, but the extra room, walk in closet, full size shower/tub and extra long balcony were ideal. Deck #9 is ideal, as it is 2 floors below where the pools, windjammer, etc...are located...so no noise from above or below. We were also close to the elevators/stairs. Very convenient. We booked the same suite for our next cruise! Read entire member review >>
cabin was roomy and had plenty of storage the walk in closet was big the bathroom has a shower/tub. The cabin was clean and everything worked our cabin attendant keep the cabin in good shape Read entire member review >>
The cabin was always neat and clean. The only problem I could find is they could use a few more outlets and there was no coffee table in the room or a lounger on the balcony. Read entire member review >>
Well serviced by I Wayan, but the toiletries provided are not as good as they once were...basic, but sufficed. Bed very comfortable, & the shower, over the bath, was powerful & hot. Balcony, with good chairs and footstools, was a good place to sit/lie & relax, away from the crowds on sea days. Read entire member review >>
Junior Suites are a good value if you want an upgrade but only if you are chasing for double cruise points. Otherwise, stick to a balcony and save yourself the increase in tips fee difference. The shower and bathroom size is nice but I don't really mind the phone-booth showers in regular rooms. The really plus is the room to move around. Especially at the foot of the bed. Read entire member review >>
When our Junior Suite (JS) was ready, we opened the door to find a huge interior space and ample balcony area for the two of us. The other four with us had Oceanview Balcony staterooms that were very nice as well, but the JS was amazing. Note, we did book at the right time to get a JS upgrade at a great rate.The full size shower/tub combination and having extra space to stretch out in the room were worth the extra cost, but if I had to pay the full cost of a JS, I think we would have just kept an Oceanview Balcony since we pack light and don't hibernate in the room much- so a lot of the space went unused. Read entire member review >>
Bobby did an excellent job in maintaining our JS, always smiling & upbeat. He was a pleasure to talk with, very sensible & efficient. We enjoy the space of a JS & larger balcony. The high backed recliner chairs were a bonus, as it meant we could actually lie flat, even although we did not have loungers on this balcony.
Having a large walk in wardrobe is always welcome, meaning we have ample storage without having to pile clothes on top of each other, thus saving on creases in garments.
The kettle & coffee maker were used on a daily basis, which meant we could enjoy an early morning cup in the comfort of our room. Bobby, always ensured the items were replenished, including decaf coffee. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was large,with plenty of storage,more than we needed,The bed was very large and comfy,bed linen white and crisp.The television had limited channels.need to take socket adapters if you need to charge phones etc.Wifi is a expensive and phone signals varied.Tea and coffee facilities in room.
The balcony was big with table and two chairs plus two sun loungers.
The bathroom was a good size with everything you need.
My only complaints would be you can't hear any announcement over the tannoy and they need more seating in the coffee bar. Read entire member review >>
JS 9324 is just on the back of the hump giving it a slightly deeper balcony due to the hump. But no loungers on the balcony, just 2 chairs and a table. Cabin is standard JS, nothing special; walk in closet and a bathroom with a tub. Bed was really comfortable (especially compared to the previous week's on Enchantment). Read entire member review >>
JS 9324 is just on the back of the hump giving it a slightly deeper balcony due to the hump. But no loungers on the balcony, just 2 chairs and a table. Cabin is standard JS, nothing special; walk in closet and a bathroom with a tub. Bed was really comfortable (especially compared to the previous week's on Enchantment). Read entire member review >>
Our updated junior suite, slightly aft, was super-spacious and boasted a bath tub, granite counter top, a huge walk-in closet and tons of drawer space, too. Our spacious balcony accommodated a table, two chairs and a lounger. I agree with some of the other reviewers in that the pillows were definitely 'thin'. And, with another reviewer who commented on railings needing to be re-stained and/or varnished. Read entire member review >>
We appointed and spacious. We love this class of stateroom. The walkin closet is great and the bathroom with tub is great. Our location was great too. The concierge lounge was a few steps away. Loved the new drapes and carpet since the dry dock. The colors are more lively. Read entire member review >>
Very nice cabin with lots of room. Walk-in closet of tons of storage space with plenty of drawers and cupboards. Storage in bathroom was not so good since shelves were in the corner and small. Balcony was roomy but footstools would have been nice with the chairs. We moved the large balcony table into the room to use for eating. Patio door was very heavy and hard to open and close. Lots of hot water. Bed was hard and uncomfortable and pillows were thin and/or big and lumpy. Close to elevators at aft of ship and very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was great, very spacious, clean and we had everything we could have asked for. a big nice balcony with two comfortable chairs and a nice table. Of course your cabin attendant adds or detracts from your view about your cabin. our attendant was excellent, friendly, cheerful and always around when you needed anything. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6694 – in the rear “aft” section was a Junior Suite.
As many have stated, the junior suites are like an average sized hotel room.
Aside from the extra space – which IMO, if there are more than two people in the cabin, is really essential for sanity purposes alone – the biggest benefit was the priority boarding. We could not arrive for embarkation until after 12 p.m. By that time, the line for security and check-in was long. Crazy long. Over 1000 people -- easy. And the port building is not well air conditioned.
Location of Junior Suite 6694: For those prone to seasickness – like me – I only felt vibration in the aft section when in port. Granted the seas were extremely calm for the duration of our cruise, but none the less, in the forward (front) areas -- I could feel a definite sway (this was with my handy wristband device zapping away). I never felt “sway” in aft.
6694 is a long walk from the elevators and nearest staircase. I like walking -- but after 6 days, even I was kind of "over" it. But the location made for super quiet cabin. We slept without being awakened a single time by loud discussions or drunken guests slamming doors, etc. I never heard anything from the dining room below deck 6. And there was no noise from deck 7.
The room had a king sized bed (or two twin beds if necessary) two nightstands, a good sized vanity/TV armoire with 6 drawers (maybe 8?), a safe, and a mini fridge. There is a chair in the vanity section, with a large mirror and ample lighting for makeup and hair styling. There are small shelves tucked away in the sides of the mirror.
Near the balcony doors, there is another upholstered arm chair with an ottoman (which, frankly, is kind of in the way, but serves as a random bag/tshirt/junk collection site when pushed close to the wall). And of course, there is a sofa that converts into an futon-like bed.
The king-sized bed was surprisingly comfortable given that the “mattresses” are not traditional mattresses.
The bathroom was clean. Nice deep tub. The shower has two shelves for shampoo. There is a small lavatory counter (granite), with a wire shelf underneath for storage, hooks on the back of the bathroom door (very small, towels fall off!) and the mirror has two nice shelving compartments for toiletries.
The closet was a great feature. But when you read “walk in closet” in the description for the junior suite – please know that depending on the norms of your community – the word “walk in” can be misleading.
Yes, it is better than NO closet – for sure – but it’s more like “step in” closet. Don’t get me wrong -- you certainly can take one small step and walk into the closet – but only to stand stationary and turn left or right. To me, that’s not what I call a “walk in” closet. But it was sufficient. It had wire shelving on the right side – which we used -- but a good portion of the shelving in consumed with life vests. We hung two garment bags, all my husbands shirts, and put our shorts, t-shirts, etc on the shelves. It was perfect and so handy!
The balcony was awesome – two chaise loungers, two chairs that reclined, and one table. Not as huge as some of the wide-angle photos imply – but decent sized. We hung a double hammock and it fit nicely when we moved all the chairs and the chaises to one side. It was a lovely place to relax, eat breakfast, etc.
The view from 6694: Yes, it is obstructed. The balcony overlooks a large, blue platform area. You see water looking out and over that area, and through the standard railing, poles, etc. While not perfect, it was nice. NOS "backs into" port in Jamaica, so we got to sit on the balcony and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
The junior suite sofa bed was uncomfortable. My teenager slept in it – and coming from a child that can sleep on a dirt floor and awake refreshed – well, when she says it’s not comfortable, then it’s probably like a torture platform for the average adult.
Based upon feedback from prior passengers garnered via reading reviews, we asked for an “egg crate” foam pad. The cabin steward said they did not have any such a thing. He acted bewildered by the request. But he graciously put extra layers of mattress pads over the foam sofa cushions which kind of improved things.
Keep in mind, this sofa bed is not the traditional kind wherein a thin mattress folds out. Rather, the back of the sofa folds flat and the foam seat section slides to meet it, to make a “bed like” platform. There is another foam section hidden under the seat that they wedge between the wall and the foam cushion. And then they wrap the entire thing in two sheets sewn together at the bottom hem, and then add blankets and two thin pillows. Think futon, not sofa bed. Read entire member review >>
The room was nice and comfortable. The bed at first was hard but when I got in it to sleep I never slept better. There was a vibration that we felt, never a sway from ocean movement. Our refrigerator went out but it was quickly replaced. The shower was nice, being in a bathtub. We will never do any room less that a Junior Suite now. It was perfect for eating breakfast in your room! The closet is huge! We had so much room to move in the room that it made all the difference. Read entire member review >>
The aft junior suites were wonderful for us. The balcony is out of the wind and very spacious. The cabins are much larger than a regular cabin, with a tub and small walk-in closet. We thoroughly enjoyed our cabin. If you like having a high balcony right over the water with no obstructions, this is not the cabin for you. We had a great time watching the ocean recede as we traveled and watching the ship back into Falmouth and Cozumel. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very nice. More room than an normal junior suite. We were very near the elevator and the concierge lounge. REALLY NEEDS a table for eating instead of the foot stool they had. Read entire member review >>
Cabin layout is very functional and very typical RC. We enjoy the walk-in closet much more than the odd closets in the GS cabins and the room in the cabin is not a lot less than the pricier GS. The cabin was in average shape but we still miss the coffee table that RC removed from all the smaller suites. Makes no sense since we now have to drag in balcony table if you want to eat in the cabin. RC needs to change this! Read entire member review >>
We saw this cabin in a previous cabin crawl and decided that next cruise we went on we'd book one. We LOVED the cabin. Our deck was HUGE! We had two lawn chairs, two deck chairs and a table with plenty of room for more. Being that the cabin is at the back of the ship every night we'd sit out at just look at the where we've been. We had a tub w/shower and a small walk-in closet. We brought our 14 year old great niece with us and she slept on the pull out coach. Even with the coach open there was more than enough room - very spacious. Read entire member review >>
The room was great, probably the best part of the cruise. I would definitely pay the extra to get the roomy Junior Suite. The room has walk-in closet and plenty of storage. We actually didn't even use all of the space. Balcony had 2 chairs, small round table and 1 other lounge type chair, but not a full reclining chair. Balcony was very spacious, but glass was never cleaned during our trip. This was a quiet room and good location. Easy to go upstairs to the gym and solarium, where we spent most of the time on sea days. Room doesn't have a coffee table anymore. You need to ask for robes, if you want them, as they aren't standard in the rooms anymore. Our side of the ship saw was perfect for docking as we had land views for both Roatan and Cozumel. Belize is tender port, so no side had land views. Overall, great room choice. Read entire member review >>
This was my first time in a Junior Suite, (9308, starboard side, mid aft) and I was thrilled with the size of the room and the balcony. It's much wider than the balcony we had last time. There was a little extra seating area with coffee making station, and the balcony was longer with a lounger as well as the 2 chairs and small table. There was a walk-in closet! The restroom was a bit larger and had a combo bathtub/shower. The room had so much storage space we actually kept losing things, because we'd forget where we stored them. The only complaints I had about the room were that the beds are extremely hard and uncomfortable, and our room got very hot at night for some reason. We turned the AC down to the coldest setting and it would be freezing during the day, but every night it was so hot. When we had a balcony room last cruise, I complained to our steward about the bed being too hard, and he brought me a foam (egg carton style) pad, and that helped a lot once he put it under the sheet. This time in the suite, the beds came with a slightly padded mattress cover, and that helped a little bit, but it was still very hard. They need to invest in better beds. We sailed NCL Epic last fall, and the inside cabin had the most comfortable beds I've ever experienced! RC needs to find out which beds NCL purchased and replace theirs. Our room steward, Howard, was friendly and took really good care of us. Read entire member review >>
We had a junior suite on deck 10 and it was very spacious with plenty of room to move around, a large walk in closet, and a wonderfully deep bath tub in the bathroom. Our steward was Raymond and he was extremely efficient and helpful. The only room complaint was how hard the bed was even with an extra egg crate added. The balcony was large enough for a table, two chairs, and a recliner. Great for sitting out reading and relaxing. Read entire member review >>
7694 - Restricted view.Rear facing Junior Suite overlooking the rear triangular shape of the boat. It wasn't a deck area so there were no people and no noise. Just beyond that you could see what I presumed was the staff area, because we could see signs saying smoking and non-smoking. Again no noise and we very rarely saw anyone there, (you could only see the tops of their heads anyway).The view was obscured by the metal struts round the back of the boat, but it wasn't a problem unless you actually wanted to take scenic photos as you left port. They are not too wide and it wouldn't put us off booking again if this was the only cabin available (which it was on this occasion).Personally I prefer to look down onto the water, however, for cruisers with small children worried about them dropping things overboard this could prove a blessing.The cabin itself was clean and tidy and the bathroom was also fine. The throw for the bed had a big snag in it which I didn't think was acceptable (these are not part of fixtures and fittings, so should be replaced when worn - however, had I mentioned it I know they would have changed it), but the sheets were clean and fresh.There was plenty of storage, since the junior suites have a walk in wardrobe with shelves inside, as well as the drawers in the dressing table.The cabin steward was always helpful and very friendly, as were room service when we had to call them, and were happy to bring buckets of ice etc.The ship is due a refit and I was slightly worried what the cabins would be like, but I was very pleased.We were a family of 4 - 2 adults and two children of 7 & 11 Years. The children slept on the sofa bed and managed well. In some hotels they now struggle on some of the sofa beds, but this one seemed a good size and we had no squabbling.Since the cabin was at the back of the boat there was a lot of walking involved, however the dining room and kids club were also at the back and easily accessible. The majority of the entertainment goes on forward or mid-ship. Read entire member review >>
Had a cabin with a balcony which was pretty spacious with an adequate balcony which we did use several times to sit and read a book on. Found the corridors quiet of an evening, weren't disturbed by any noise whilst sleeping. Read entire member review >>
We had a junior suite, no. 1394. This is an aft cabin, so it has a slightly different configuration from standard junior suites, and it has a very large balcony. The room itself was very nice and spacious. Our suitcases went under the beds, which had been pushed together per our request. The bath, with its tub, was also very nice. The cabin has a walk in closet, but one difference between this and others we have had is that the closet is long and narrow, and while there is a clothes hanger running much of the length of the closet, towards the aft end the closet is narrower than the hangers. Nevertheless, with clothes for a 3+ week trip, we had plenty of storage space. The room has a stocked refrigerator, which we emptied and used for our wine, etc. There are few outlets, but with my Belkin cube tap and with a universal adapter for the European outlet, I had enough power outlets for a laptop, camera battery chargers, Kindle chargers, etc. Given the proliferation of devices which need charging, The Belkin cube tap (which includes a surge protector) is a necessity.
The balcony is large and had two loungers, two chairs and a table. It has somewhat of an obstructed view because of the ship superstructure in the back. It is fully covered by the Windjammer. On the Navigator, the Windjammer is enclosed, so our dreams of dropping food from the Windjammer to waiting arms below were dashed. Because the balcony is enclosed, it had no wind whatsoever. On the other hand, if you want to sun yourself (not generally our thing), on an Eastbound TA the balcony is in the shade until late in the afternoon.
We did not find the walk to and from the cabin difficult. We tend to walk everywhere and use the steps as much as possible.
Our cabin steward was Reynaldo. The cabin was always clean and bed made promptly. We requested ice and we had a fresh ice bucket twice a day. The cabin comes with towels for two, but with trips to the gym and pools, we needed more, and after one request, the towel rack was always stuffed with towels. We had robes. Towel animals appeared from time to time. Read entire member review >>
9308 was an extra large Jr Suite just off the hump. We had marble looking sink, extra amenities and a great walk in closet. Great location and most the time on the side where the ship docked. The balcony had 2 chairs, table and chaise lounger. Read entire member review >>
I was very happy with my cabin. It is a "hump" cabin that faces forward. It is a JS cabin with a walk-in closet. The cabin was very roomy. It has a tub/shower combination. Also, the mini refrigerator actually worked. It kept things cold. I wouldn't mind staying in this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Long walk from elevator, plenty of storage room, large balcony with two lounge chairs, table and chairs but missing the typical lovely view from back of ship due to extension. TV in desparate need of updating. Read entire member review >>
Junior Suite 9294
Big walk in closet, lots of additional storage, bath tub with shower head, electric tea kettle, small coffee pot - comes with caff or decaf coffee and sugar/sweetener packets that are refreshed daily. Small refrigerator stocked with many things for sale - water, soda. Bed was comfortable but pillows were not. Flat screen tv. Chair and ottoman nice and comfortable for reading or watching tv. Half partition curtain to separate bed from couch sitting room area. Balcony door and window let in a lot of lovely light. Lounger and 3 deck chairs and table on the balcony. A bit too crowded for us so we moved one deck chair inside which made outside area perfect. Quiet hallway and close enough to the stairs and elevators. Would stay here again. Read entire member review >>
Huge closet! I was very surprised to be able to fit almost everything we had plus the luggage in the closet. Plus there was additional drawers around the vanity/desk area. Great balcony, 3 chairs and a lounge chair. The location of the room was quiet and provided great views! Read entire member review >>
9272 Jr Suite Good location QuietSpacious with walk-in closet and more drawers than we had clothes. Bathroom with tub and rainshower. Plenty of storage and good toiletries. Comfortable bed.Coffee maker best thing of all! Ice every night. Read entire member review >>
Junior Suite #9324 on the Navigator of the Seas is a hump cabin (backside of hump) on deck 9. The cabin is roomy and comfortable. It has a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a tub. The balcony is good-sized, able to accomodate two chairs and a small table as well as a lounger chair with footrest. Location is very convenient, just steps from the elevators and stairs. Situated between decks with cabins, it is very quiet. Its central location also helps to minimize the effects of the ship's motion. Read entire member review >>
Walk in spacious closet, shower/bath combo, nice size balcony with table, 2 chairs and a lounge chair. Very quiet room - no noise from neighbors or above. Could see all the ports from our balcony! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was great with a walk in closet. Also had a bath tub that worked great for my little one. The room is about 50% larger than a regular cabin. Only thing we wish we could have opened the balcony up between our room and the room next to ours (which was occupied by a family member) like we did on Freedom of the Seas. We were told no and it's the Captain's decision so the rule varies by ship. Also bed is hard. Read entire member review >>
Nice big balcony with 2 loungers, 2 chairs and table. Large wardrobe to get rid of cases and hanging space. Superstructure at rear didn't spoil use of balcony or view and less breezy at back of ship. Read entire member review >>
Spacious harmonious Junior Suite. Beautiful double bed, rounded on the "foot-side". Lots of light coming in from large doors/windows. Spacious bathroom. Plenty of towels. Walk in closet. Nice terrace with one sunbed and two chairs and a table. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1608, deck 10 port side: oversized Junior suite. Handicap accessable. large walk in closet, good for changing room as well. Large balcony, great view. Bathroom shower a challenge. Quiet Read entire member review >>
We had a Junior Suite but was distressed on arrival to find hairs in bath. Then what appeared to be dirty bed linen in plastic bag jutting out from under the bed, apparently it was clean linen but it did not appear to have been ironed. Our bed linen was not crisp and ironed, the throw on the bed was full of creases. Read entire member review >>
The Junior Suite w/balcony on Navigator is very roomy and comfortable. Closet, cupboard and storage space was extremely adequate for a 5 night cruise. Balconies provided 3 chairs, one footrest and one small table. A very nice place to relax. Bathroom was roomy and included toiletries. Shower curtain kept getting sucked into the tub area where it would stick to wet skin! A very nice retreat from the crowds and chaos while at sea 2 days. Read entire member review >>
There were three couples and we all stayed in Junior Suites on Deck 10. These suites are worth every dime. Plenty of closet room; deep soaking tub and shower, comfortably sized balconies and enough room to entertain 2-4 guests. We were only one floor down from the Windjammer Buffet and pool decks - eliminating an elevator wait. Our stateroom steward was excellent. A balcony makes all the difference in the world. There is nothing like having morning coffee with an unobstructed view the ocean; watching the ship arrive and depart from a port; or relaxing on a lounge chair under the stars -- on your own private balcony. Read entire member review >>
Junior suite looked exactly like all the pic online. The Aft balcony is enourmous and completly work the extra walk, which is not a big deal at all, and the "superstructure". If i were to do it again, i would have tried to get an aft JS on a higher deck (we were deck 7) to lessen the detraction of the superstructure. Read entire member review >>
Very spacious Junior Suite with excellent balcony that looks forward on the starbaord side - only spoiled by people smoking on the ones next door and below. Nice bath and shower and its so good having a walk in closet. Read entire member review >>
The suite was spacious and clean. The bathroom was always well cared for and supplied. What was disappointing were the pillows and bedspread. The pillows were very lumpy. We also found the mattress not as comfortable as other cruise lines. The balcony was spacious and very enjoyable except for smoke smell drifting over. Our location was very quiet. Read entire member review >>
I am filing a grievence with RC on cabin 6394. It was sold as a Junior Suite and in reality was an obstructed ocean view. I complained on the first day and got nowhere, claiming I should have been warned it had a 30ft "maintaince deck " directly off the suite, which had workers 3-5 at a time varnishing other railing the removed, on ladders, etc. I have 30 photos if CC is interested in them. Read entire member review >>
The towels in our room were supposed to be white, but had actually turned grey! The Bathroom smelled horrible. I had to buy a stick up air freshener in France!The balcony view was great, but the balcony itself was rusty in places. Cabin was ok. Read entire member review >>
Cabin : Our JS was rather roomy. Closet was large enough to walk in and turn around. Sitting area was nice. Balcony door was tight, no air leak, but did not lock. Plenty of space for belongings for three of us. Furniture was comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Our Junior Suite was on deck 9, mid-ship. There was very little movement while at sea. The room was very quiet, above, next door and the hall. The cabin had a couch, chair, stool and the mirror, drawers and shelving along with a refrigerator. The balcony had two chairs, a table and a chair with a stool. The closet was large enough for two people and had shelving on one side. The bathroom had a tub with the shower over the tub and a plastic shower curtain, a single sink, toilet and shelving behind the side mirrors. Adequate for two people. Overall a very comfortable room for two people. Read entire member review >>
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