You'll enjoy every inch of these staterooms, with enough space to sleep up to four guests. The two lower beds can be converted into a queen-size bed and the convertible sofa pulls out to sleep two more. You'll also have a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony. Because these are aft-facing, the view from your balcony is amazing and truly unforgettable.
The cabin was one of the good parts of the cruise even if the ship is due for updating and our cabin steward is one of the three friendly and helpful staff that we saw on the ship. Read entire member review >>
Smaller than expected, disappointed in size of balcony. Bathroom very compact. Interestingly still reflects the European nature of the cruise line, with an ashtray in the toilet compartment, though no smoking allowed Read entire member review >>
Roomy but bed skirt had hole in it and weird old couch so didn't look as nice as they could have made it with colorful bedding new bedding. Also floor being uneven not good. Also stinky. Yet bigger room since I needed scooter so the size good. Just bring frebreeze with you! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was GREAT! Exceptionally clean and spacious. I prefer aft facing balcony for the great views and this cabin did not disappoint. The beds are very comfortable. The bathroom is large with separate shower tub and water closet areas making it easy for multiple people use it at the same time.
The only negative about this cabin location is that it is located just below the buffet dining outdoor area. You can expect to hear noise from chairs being dragged around during the times the dining area is open and early in the morning when the crew is cleaning.
Our cabin stewart was great! He was able to address any issue or need we had quickly and would always follow up to make sure we were satisfied. Read entire member review >>
Ideal for us. Clean, modern and especially impressed with bathroom although toilet too near wall for seating. Not much room for big person to sit without knees pressed against wall!
Bed very comfy and large. Plenty of wardrobe and drawer space. Next time would chose cabin 'Forward' as there were some days we got fuel fumes seeping into cabin and corridor from the funnels which wasn't pleasant and meant we couldn't enjoy sitting out in balcony, either. Read entire member review >>
Large double bed, shower, the shower had a shampoo, and shower gel dispenser, good quality powerful hair drier when needed, mini safe, we hardly ever saw our cabin steward, [Floyd] but the cabin was always clean and fresh waiting for our return from an excursion, or exploring the ship. Read entire member review >>
Beautiful room lots of storage space there were only 2 of us but there was a pull out couch and an upper in the ceiling. The view from our cabin was spectacular and there was never any noise. we didn't think the air was working well so we slept all 7 nights with the curtains and window open, loved the sound of the ocean. beware though the walk from the front of the ship to this cabin is 1/4 mile! Read entire member review >>
Cabin quite basic compared to other balcony cabins we have stayed in on other ships but is perfectly adequate. The bathroom is quite small but again adequate. It is in a quite location at the very back of the ship. It can get noisy during the day when the cabins are being cleaned as there is a crew cupboard opposite which contains towels, bedding etc. but there is no noise at night. Only space to store one large suitcase in the closet. Take one smaller than the other so you can store them inside each other. Other than that the cabin is perfectly adequate with hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities, safe, shower gel, shampoo, liquid soap. The balcony is great and the view over the wake wonderful. Read entire member review >>
We loved our cabin. It wasn't one of the larger balconies, so we had no loungers on it, but we were happy with the two chairs and a table. It was near the back of the ship on the starboard side on Deck 9, and we were quite happy with that location. We really appreciated having a coffee machine with a variety of coffees and tea bags there every day. The bed was very comfy, although seemed strangely provided with lots of extra toppings over the mattress. It was two beds pushed together, and covered with several extra mattress toppings, including a double layer of foam padding. It must have been difficult to make for the cabin attendant with all those bits which could have got pushed out of place, but actually made the bed very comfortable to sleep on. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 10168 - Very dirty and at night food, rubbish and bits of food are washed onto your balcony when they hose down the upper decks. On a positive note, the beds are comfortable and bathroom / shower is great. It is also in a quiet location quite near the elevators. The downside of being at the very aft facing aft is that you can feel the rocking of the ocean very acutely. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin would have been perfect for two. With three, it was tight - but we knew that going in. The balcony was wonderful - sheltered enough from the noises above, no soot issues. It was cozy and comfortable. Read entire member review >>
10168- a normal sized cabin with an extra large balcony holding a sunbed as well as the usual chairs; the shower space is large with a proper door and washing line. You can exchange the coffee machine for a kettle if you need boiling water for tea. Read entire member review >>
Great balcony (although it could really have used one chaise lounge), ample closet space for two people for 10 days, quiet at the aft of the ship, though obviously more motion. Read entire member review >>
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