Mid-Ship Balcony
These Mid-Ship Balcony Staterooms feature floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony. With room for up to three they include a separate bathroom with shower, two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a sitting area and additional bedding to accommodate one more. These Balcony Staterooms are mid-ship, so you'll have easy access to all the delicious dining and exciting activities on board.

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Mid-Ship Balcony (BC) Cabin Reviews

These cabins seemed to be a bit smaller than most cruise ships I have been on in the past offered. Sometimes bordering on being claustrophobic. Especially the toilet area. But, this might very well be because a sofa large enough to sleep ... Read More
These cabins seemed to be a bit smaller than most cruise ships I have been on in the past offered. Sometimes bordering on being claustrophobic. Especially the toilet area. But, this might very well be because a sofa large enough to sleep on, took up a huge of cabin space. Making it hard for two people to navigate around each other. A smaller sofa would have sufficed and gave more room to navigate and opened up more room in the toilet area. But, plenty of cabinet space for two people and a room safe made things better. One other point to taken under consideration is my even number cabin always seemed to face the docks whenever the shipped docked. I would have preferred more views looking anywhere but the dock. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
LOVED OUR CRUISE!!!!! : Cabin 8108
Cabin was nice but I did not like the layout of the room with the toilet and shower on each side of the room as soon as you walk in. The sink is out in the open in the room. Beds did seem a little short because they were in sort of a ... Read More
Cabin was nice but I did not like the layout of the room with the toilet and shower on each side of the room as soon as you walk in. The sink is out in the open in the room. Beds did seem a little short because they were in sort of a curved position. The cabins were OK but I would have changed the way the shower and toilet were like in their own little shut off closet and placement of sink if I could. :) Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
Clean but tiny. Nice balcony, but crowded with two chairs. Cabin was a long distance from elevators and stairway to other decks including dibing, pools, bars and other sites.
Clean but tiny. Nice balcony, but crowded with two chairs. Cabin was a long distance from elevators and stairway to other decks including dibing, pools, bars and other sites. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
I hated these rooms! They have no space to walk and the bathroom has no privacy. Everyone in your room will hear and smell all. Also, the cabin door opens to the glass enclosed toilet. Imagine my thrill when I went to get my father in law ... Read More
I hated these rooms! They have no space to walk and the bathroom has no privacy. Everyone in your room will hear and smell all. Also, the cabin door opens to the glass enclosed toilet. Imagine my thrill when I went to get my father in law and my mother in law opened the door with him sitting naked on the toilet. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Extremely small cabin, balcony was a good size. There was a flaw in the rail on the balcony that creaked without some attention from us (using deck chairs to quiet it down.)
Extremely small cabin, balcony was a good size. There was a flaw in the rail on the balcony that creaked without some attention from us (using deck chairs to quiet it down.) Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
In the stateroom the toilet is in one room, the shower in another room, and the sink in the stateroom itself. Functionally this makes sense, but in reality, it is a mess. My wife's head, while in bed, was only about 5' from the ... Read More
In the stateroom the toilet is in one room, the shower in another room, and the sink in the stateroom itself. Functionally this makes sense, but in reality, it is a mess. My wife's head, while in bed, was only about 5' from the toilet if the door was open. The balcony stateroom was very tight. We had to turn our small carryon to it's side to pass by the end of the bed. No power outlets above the counter level in the room. Our stateroom balcony extended beyond those above and this was a privacy issue, along when they washed above, all the wash water came onto our balcony and wet everything there. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018

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