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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window
Up to four guests can stay in these Oceanview Staterooms. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more, as well as a porthole to enjoy the view. These staterooms are mid-ship accommodations, which means you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window (OF) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
Our cabin was quiet adequate for our needs, but wasn't cleaned well. We found purple pills (6 of them on the floor) and while they turned out to be nexium, they weren't ours and we had a toddler in the room. Also, it seemed like there ... Read More
Our cabin was quiet adequate for our needs, but wasn't cleaned well. We found purple pills (6 of them on the floor) and while they turned out to be nexium, they weren't ours and we had a toddler in the room. Also, it seemed like there was never a time when I wasn't running into our room steward in the room. We left the room at 8am on a port day and got back at 1:30pm and he was still cleaning the room. When are you supposed to go back to your room? Or, we would finish dinner and they room still hadn't been turned down and we had a kid to get to sleep, so we just started putting up the do not disturb sign. Never had this problem before. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
WE got a good price and the room was as advertised. It was in a very convenient spot Read More
WE got a good price and the room was as advertised. It was in a very convenient spot Read Less
Sail Date: November 2016
Excellent views, spacious enough for two. Easy on/off at ports because this cabin is literally steps away from gang way. Keep in mind this cabin is not accessible from the forward elevators so if you're planning on going to the theatre or ... Read More
Excellent views, spacious enough for two. Easy on/off at ports because this cabin is literally steps away from gang way. Keep in mind this cabin is not accessible from the forward elevators so if you're planning on going to the theatre or casino you must always use the mid ship elevators. This can be cumbersome with anyone with mobility issues. Also be aware that it can be noisy outside your cabin while in port due to the proximity to the port exits. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2016
Our cabin... we were trying to be economical, so we stuffed 4 people in our room. There were two single beds on each side of the room, and there was one "cot size" bed that pulled out and filled the space between... so three of ... Read More
Our cabin... we were trying to be economical, so we stuffed 4 people in our room. There were two single beds on each side of the room, and there was one "cot size" bed that pulled out and filled the space between... so three of us were sleeping in a row, but we each had our own mattress, with the center mattress being slightly narrower, but still large enough for a good sized adult. There was also one bunk that flipped down off the wall over one of the single beds. That made the 4 people. There was a good amount of space for our stuff. There were 2 sets of 3 drawers, a double doored closet, and about 8 cubby holes to put your stuff in. We managed. The bathroom was tight, but adequate, it is tough for a full size person to change in there, especially if you are over 5'10". They kept our cabin clean and ready for us each night and brought us fresh ice in our ice bucket each night. There is a mini fridge, that comes stocked, and you can pay for the stuff, but if you want to use it for yourself you will need to remove items and put them back in. The room itself is also right by the tender doors, so it did get noisy, but it was SUPER convenient when getting on and off port. Read Less
CDN $ : Cabin 4598
Sail Date: January 2016
One part of the bathroom very small, shower is large and glassed door Read More
One part of the bathroom very small, shower is large and glassed door Read Less
Sail Date: December 2015
We had a window in our room which was obstructed by a lifeboat. I would't pay extra for a window room again. I would either spring for a balcony or just get an inside room. Read More
We had a window in our room which was obstructed by a lifeboat. I would't pay extra for a window room again. I would either spring for a balcony or just get an inside room. Read Less

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