These staterooms sleep up to four guests and come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa pulls out to sleep two more. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.
Pleasant, usual size, good room steward, maintenance done on balcony while we were in Port, came back to find our room door open , 3 men in our room and a terrible smell of paint as they had worked with the balcony door open. Message received in room prior to these works was not accurate Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 9020, starboard side balcony forward. It was category BX, small but the price was right. It could use more counter/vanity space and more storage in the restroom, as well as plugs/outlets by the bed(s), but overall we were comfy. It was quiet and close to everything we needed.
If you want to see the the ports, you might want to book a port side cabin (left), because the only time we had a view was on our way Out of Roatan after we turned.
The room has a coffee maker, hair dryer, shampoo, shower gel & soap. I love the restroom set up with the separate toilet room (sliding door) and shower stall with sliding door. The shower is roomy & there's plenty of hot water. In our room, the vanity was in an awkward walkway you need to use to get around the bed. Bad planning. Bring an international converter if you want to use all the electrical outlets. There's a 110 in the restroom, a 110 and 220 at the vanity, and a 110 by the coffee maker. None by the bed, so bring an extension cord if you have a breathing machine, etc.
Hubby called Guest Services & a tech came to our cabin & gave him channel 60 to watch the Texans game. Read entire member review >>
We signed up for the guaranteed balcony not knowing what to expect. Even though this is considered an "obstructed view" we didn't feel as though it was a hindrance. Basically you are in the bulkhead of the ship and have some of the metal-workings framing the view. In fact, this actually gave more of an indication that you were actually on a ship rather a hotel which added to the experience.
The interior of the stateroom was perfectly adequate for two people and provides more space than your standard interior room. It was able to fit a combined two-person bed, a couch, two desks, and a coffee table with room to spare.
Warning: they tell you not to leave your balcony door open which of course we disobeyed )because who doesn't like hearing the sound of the Mediterranean when your sleeping). However when the air pressure outside does not match the air pressure of the ship it can create a vacuum effect when the hallway door is opened. Long story short, we opened the hallway door while the balcony door was opened which caused all of our daily papers to fly out to sea. We're making a donation to Greenpeace to atone for our sins. Read entire member review >>
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