Family Balcony
With room for up to four guests, these Family Balcony Staterooms are great if you want to bring the kids. They feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more, in addition to the separate bathroom with shower and private balcony for the whole gang to enjoy the view.

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Family Balcony (B4) Cabin Reviews

Cabin was fine for the three of us. The couch was a bit longer than the queen/twin bed, so I slept on it. The kids kept commenting on how comfy the bed was and why didn’t they have pillows like that at home?
Cabin was fine for the three of us. The couch was a bit longer than the queen/twin bed, so I slept on it. The kids kept commenting on how comfy the bed was and why didn’t they have pillows like that at home? Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Very small and shaped very weird - like curved or something. Didn't quite get it Did not like the fact that as you entered the cabin your shower was on the immediate right and the toilet on the left. The wash basin was a TINY ... Read More
Very small and shaped very weird - like curved or something. Didn't quite get it Did not like the fact that as you entered the cabin your shower was on the immediate right and the toilet on the left. The wash basin was a TINY little sink off to the right. Your privacy was a simple $3 draw curtain that shielded the toilet and shower from the cabin area After walking past the crazy shower / toilet design my first encounter was to step on the ice cube tongs that were on the floor under the bed! OUCH!!! The lighting is TERRIBLE!!! To top it off, one of the lights above that TINY wash basin was not working and had to be fixed. Lighting was terrible except of course in the morning hours when the sun would wake you from a dead sleep because the curtain enclosing the balcony doors was about 8 inches too small for the opening! There was absolutely NO WAY TO CLOSE THE OPENING with one side or the other leaving a HUGE gap for sunlight to blast you in the face at 6:30 in the morning! Never once met my cabin steward or staff. Had to chase a girl down the hallway to get that light fixed Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Not the same Epic : Cabin 13150
Typical Epic “wavy” cabin with little room for two adults to maneuver. Plenty of storage, especially behind the couch cushions. Only two outlets for charging stuff, so bring a power strip. This was a corner balcony, so it had almost ... Read More
Typical Epic “wavy” cabin with little room for two adults to maneuver. Plenty of storage, especially behind the couch cushions. Only two outlets for charging stuff, so bring a power strip. This was a corner balcony, so it had almost double the space of regular balconies. There was an overhang that prevented sunbathing most days. We were happy with the cabin and our room steward. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
Second Epic Adventure : Cabin 13043
There's enough on CC about Epic cabins, they are what they are tight for space and we don't have that big of an issue with the bathrooms and quite like the separate sink layout. Our cabin 13043 was on the ships bump so has a huge ... Read More
There's enough on CC about Epic cabins, they are what they are tight for space and we don't have that big of an issue with the bathrooms and quite like the separate sink layout. Our cabin 13043 was on the ships bump so has a huge balcony and lets you look out front and starboard side gives good views of some ports, also it is near stairs and elevators so not much corridor trekking to be had.Perfect location IMHO. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018

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