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Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower. Approximately 174–180 sq. ft.

Large Ocean-View Stateroom (D)
Decks: Deck 1 | Deck 4
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Large Ocean-View Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 557
Apr 2017
Beautiful ports By: Onlysugar
Avoid any room next to gangplank.....
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Cabin 1090
Jun 2016
The cabin was a bit cramped but that's what we expected. There was quite a bit of storage, i.e. closet and drawer space, so we were able to keep everything stored and out of the way. We did have a window, and with the beautiful scenery of the Inside Passage, I would opt for a window or a balcony. You'd miss a lot with an inside cabin.
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Cabin 1093
Sep 2015
Noordam to Alaska! By: Landlubber54
We never spend much time in the room except to shower, sleep and dress. The room is plenty roomy for two, maybe three. There is a flatscreen TV, plenty of closet space and hangers and adequate drawer space. The bathroom includes a full bathtub. Our attendants did a wonderful job taking care of us and responding to our limited requests. We had no issues with the plumbing and HVAC.
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Cabin 1030
Jun 2013
We had an ocean view cabin, category DD, which was good. The drawers under the bed stored linens for the sofa-bed so they couldn't be used for our clothes. The attendants kept the room clean and neat. Since the room was on the lower deck, it was a lot of stairs up to the lido for the buffet restaurant, pool or the gym. Since the drawers under the bed were being used, storage space was tight, but adequate. We liked the sofa in the room.
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Jan 2012
The veranda cabins are smaller than desired, about 170-180 sf versus the older ships with cabins of around 200 sf. The difference is a two seat couch in the smaller cabin vs a three seat couch and a side chair in the larger cabins (on the older ships). This cramps our moving around and takes some of the pleasure out of the cruise, but that is the trend these days, just like airplane seats being shrunk so that only pygmy's fit comfortably.
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Cabin 1094
Sep 2011
Our cabin was tiny, there are only 5 hangers per person. You are given plenty of towels, soap and shampoo. The air-conditioner did not work, the fridge was not working, there was a lot of noise and the safe did not work.
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Cabin 1102
Feb 2011
The Good Bed was the most comfortable I have ever slept in. Room service was excellent. Nice, unobstructed view. Very large window. Lots of closet space. Very large bathroom with a huge bathtub (as opposed to a standing shower only) and plenty of storage space in the bathroom for toiletries. Room had a sofa and coffee table, as well as a fridge. Water from the tap is drinkable, which we cooled in the fridge and saved money on bottled water. Very quiet - no engine/neighbour noise. Close to the elevator. The Bad Maneuvering on, off, and around the bed was a little difficult on one side due to tightness, especially for senior citizens or the handicapped. Highly recommended room.
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Apr 2010
Not enough space for clothes. Poor lighting, drawerd underbed were stuffed with what looke like "PRE-MADE" animal towels and blankets.
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Cabin 1046
Feb 2010
Holland a cut above By: Jaffa Steve
D category on this ship is an unobstructed ocean view. We were on floor 1....which is extremely convenient. Room 1046. These were great rooms!!!!! Our favorite overall ever. For the money an awesome value.
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