Obstructed Oceanview
These Oceanview Staterooms that have a porthole with an obstructed view, can accommodate up to four guests. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two more. And of course you'll have access to room service and tons of other great amenities on board.

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Obstructed Oceanview (OK) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
We were travelling with my wife's handicap father. We had a OK Handicap category room. It was large enough for him to get his power scooter in an out but it left little room for us to walk around the room. The bathroom was spacious ... Read More
We were travelling with my wife's handicap father. We had a OK Handicap category room. It was large enough for him to get his power scooter in an out but it left little room for us to walk around the room. The bathroom was spacious which was nice. Unfortunately the water temperature was VERY difficult to control and we got scorched many times. The in room help buttons were in very inconvenient locations and we hit them by accident constantly. The TV was large and easy to control. It was convenient for making dinner reservations. Storage for clothing was enough for 2 persons at most. This room will hold 4 but don't pack much!!! The obstructed view was not bad. We were looking over the top of a life boat. However we had a full view of the ocean, just not immediately below us. The A/C had to be kept on high in order for the room not to be hot. If you like to sleep in cool crisp air this is not a cabin for you. Only two power outlets and the one in the bathroom was very difficult to plug into. The plugs just kept falling out. Lighting was good but one of the recessed ceiling lights did not work. The safe was like any other, not big enough. It was easy to operate. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
We booked an Obstructed View (cat OK- 8596) - the cabin was a bit small and tight getting around on either side of the bed (we requested queen which is the two twins pushed together). There was a pull down on on side of the bed that ... Read More
We booked an Obstructed View (cat OK- 8596) - the cabin was a bit small and tight getting around on either side of the bed (we requested queen which is the two twins pushed together). There was a pull down on on side of the bed that sticks out a little bit and a vanity table/drawers that just about met the corner of the bed on the other side,so it was a tight squeeze and we had to remember not to bump into the corner of the vanity or the bunk bed (even though it was folded) Other than that there was plenty of storage for 2 people and the suitcases stored under the bed. The bathroom was very small, and there is a separate space for the toilet with a sliding glass panel for privacy if needed but the space is extremely small and not much room to turn around in. We are both average size with a little extra weight (5'7" and about 190 lbs) and it was tighter than my RV bathroom! Also - this location on Deck 8 was forward of O'Sheehan's Bar and Grill/Pub which is open 24/7 - this was a busy, and noisy corridor - people don't seem to understand how loud their voices are when traveling in corridors at 2:00 am! Or they just don't care... Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
we thought this cabin was great, a little larger than a regular oceanview. We could see over the top of the life boat which we were not expecting. Plenty of storage and a light in the closet was a pleasant surprise as we usually only see ... Read More
we thought this cabin was great, a little larger than a regular oceanview. We could see over the top of the life boat which we were not expecting. Plenty of storage and a light in the closet was a pleasant surprise as we usually only see that in a suite. Read Less
Great Cruise : Cabin 8576
Sail Date: March 2017
The cabin was a typical cabin with plenty of room for three. Plenty of drawer space. Bathroom was small but not any smaller than any other ship. Read More
The cabin was a typical cabin with plenty of room for three. Plenty of drawer space. Bathroom was small but not any smaller than any other ship. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2017
This was a sideways obstructed view cabin. View was thru the doors of a large life boat. Got plenty of day light. Being sideways the cabin felt larger than normal cabins. Location was good easy access to everything. Read More
This was a sideways obstructed view cabin. View was thru the doors of a large life boat. Got plenty of day light. Being sideways the cabin felt larger than normal cabins. Location was good easy access to everything. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
I booked an inside cabin and we were upgraded to this cabin. I would have rather had the inside cabin because this one has a light outside that shines in the cabin all night. Read More
I booked an inside cabin and we were upgraded to this cabin. I would have rather had the inside cabin because this one has a light outside that shines in the cabin all night. Read Less
Fun time! : Cabin 8096
Sail Date: October 2016
Very small...and bathrooms had issues...but the just re-did the ship so all new décor. The cabin was fine overall. Read More
Very small...and bathrooms had issues...but the just re-did the ship so all new décor. The cabin was fine overall. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
I had a handicap accessible obstructed oceanview length-wise cabin. I was both close to the AFT elevators which were rarely crowded and easily accessible to most of the main spaces. The AFT elevators brought you directly to The Venetian ... Read More
I had a handicap accessible obstructed oceanview length-wise cabin. I was both close to the AFT elevators which were rarely crowded and easily accessible to most of the main spaces. The AFT elevators brought you directly to The Venetian Dining, Bliss Lounge, The Wine Lounge, The Spa and The Fitness Center. Cabin 8122 is on the STARBOARD side and only 2 doors away from O'Sheehan's Pub - very close to enjoy the Pub but not too close that the noise would bother you. On the other side of the pub are the main elevators which bring you to all of the rest of the public spaces. These elevators were often crowded, but at least they weren't very far away! Although classified as Obstructed Oceanview, you get a clear beautiful view of the ocean, just looking over the lifeboats. If sitting on the bed or in a chair, you don't even see the lifeboat - just the ocean. Only once did I see anyone outside of the cabin, and they were part of the work crew. The crew's head was below my window so I didn't feel like anyone could be looking in on me. The cabin has one additional bunk, if needed and a trundle bed under the bed allowing up to 4 guests to stay in the room. To make the most room, I pushed both beds all the way to the wall closest to the door and under the secured bunk. This enabled me to place the 2 chairs and small table under the Oceanview window and create a nice space for my friends and I to enjoy visiting with one another. This pattern also makes more space to move around the cabin in a wheelchair and is easiest to use the vanity at the far end. However, this does result in one person not having direct access to get in and out of bed. The bathroom was spacious with a roll-in shower. There were plenty of grab bars around the sink, toilet, shower and on the door which opened into the bedroom. One surprising thing is that the room is equipped with emergency buttons throughout the cabin. I inadvertently hit one and the crew quickly followed up with me. They were pleasant and helpful. There is a viewing hole at both standing and sitting heights. Additionally, there is a handicap accessible closet rod which can pull the closet rod down to sitting level and raise it up again to secure the clothes in the closet. There is only ONE outlet that is 110volts and it is on the complete OPPOSITE end of the cabin from the bed. I did bring an extra power strip, however it wasn't long enough to reach my CPap by the bed. (Remember, this is a lengthwise cabin) Guest Services had an additional extension cord for me to use with my CPap machine, however, it would be best if you brought your own. I am told that often they run out of available cords to use if you don't request one right awayl The additional power strip is still very helpful for various electrical devices. The provided hair dryer is great and there isn't a need to bring your own. For 2 people, there was plenty of storage: a closet, 8 open shelves (4 each on each side of the closet), small closed space above the vanity and 3 open shelves to the side of the vanity, and 3 small drawers in the unit that houses the mini fridge and the safe. There is space under one bed. For more than 2 people, storage will be tight and should be planned for accordingly. I found the metal door and the metal exterior wall very helpful in using heavy magnetic hooks, One customer before me used command strip hooks. I used the hooks to hang hats, towels, keys, and various papers with itineraries and tickets. Not only did it help me to stay organized, it also was fun to "decorate" my cabin! If you are of limited mobility, with or without a scooter/wheelchair, this room is in a perfect location. It's on a short quiet hall, near elevators and the pub. What more could you ask for?! Read Less
Sail Date: August 2016
Cabin steward was nice, but not as overly attentive as were used to on other cruise lines. He did make towel animals on 1 or 2 nights, but disappointed that it was not done more, also I had to ask for refills (bathroom tissue, shampoo) ... Read More
Cabin steward was nice, but not as overly attentive as were used to on other cruise lines. He did make towel animals on 1 or 2 nights, but disappointed that it was not done more, also I had to ask for refills (bathroom tissue, shampoo) We were still able to see the sunrise through our cabin even with the obstruction. We would stay in this type of cabin again. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2016
Cabin was fine. The usual, small. Tiny bathroom. If you are a larger person I would recommend a handicap accessible cabin. Because there were sliding doors on the side of the toilet. Which makes for tight quarters. Read More
Cabin was fine. The usual, small. Tiny bathroom. If you are a larger person I would recommend a handicap accessible cabin. Because there were sliding doors on the side of the toilet. Which makes for tight quarters. Read Less

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