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Family Oceanview Picture Window
With room for up to four guests, these Oceanview Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests, as well as a picture window with a great view. These are mid-ship staterooms, which means you'll be right near everything on board.

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Family Oceanview Picture Window (O1) Cabin Reviews

The placement of the TV was poor. We had four in our cabin which included a pull down bunk. When the bunk was down, you could only see the TV from half of the king bed and not at all from the fourth bed. If the TV had been on the other ... Read More
The placement of the TV was poor. We had four in our cabin which included a pull down bunk. When the bunk was down, you could only see the TV from half of the king bed and not at all from the fourth bed. If the TV had been on the other side of the cabin (which doesn't seem hard to do) then it would have been visible from all beds. The bathroom was a bit larger than I remember other cabin bathrooms to be so that was good. But storage in the bathroom was not as good. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
Fabulous first cruise! : Cabin 5516
The cabin was well appointed, surprisingly spacious, comfortable with NO wasted space. Well designed and extremely functional.!
The cabin was well appointed, surprisingly spacious, comfortable with NO wasted space. Well designed and extremely functional.! Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Our cabin was spacious, the bathroom was large by cruise standards and the separate doors between the shower, sink area and toilet were a nice touch. Hot water was plentiful and the water pressure was great.
Our cabin was spacious, the bathroom was large by cruise standards and the separate doors between the shower, sink area and toilet were a nice touch. Hot water was plentiful and the water pressure was great. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
One surprise for us was our roomy cabin. Lots of storage, enough electrical outlets and USB plugs but best of all, excellent air conditioning and lots of air movement to keep the cabin and the bathroom fresh. We were concerned about noise ... Read More
One surprise for us was our roomy cabin. Lots of storage, enough electrical outlets and USB plugs but best of all, excellent air conditioning and lots of air movement to keep the cabin and the bathroom fresh. We were concerned about noise since it’s under the Theatre but it was very quiet, no noise pollution at all. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Ocean view, picture window, 5th floor, at mid-ship moving to aft section. Small, compact; room and bathroom with doors for shower and toilet area. Challenging when beds are together to squeeze thru from corner of bed/corner of ... Read More
Ocean view, picture window, 5th floor, at mid-ship moving to aft section. Small, compact; room and bathroom with doors for shower and toilet area. Challenging when beds are together to squeeze thru from corner of bed/corner of dresser, same with pull down bunk bed, can bump into it when getting out of bed at night. Plenty of hangers for room size; same for drawers. Digital safe. Amenities were typical for cruise ships; towels and linens clean and good condition; room kept clean and tidied in morning and turn down at night; towel art done, again as typical. Really tired of only seeing MSNBC opinion channel rather than the “news channels” or Chanel’s with news programming - at least the BBC news to find out, generally, what was happening in the world although news focus was on UK and Brexit, as could be expected. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Lackluster : Cabin 5988
Beautiful spacious cabin. Loved the bathroom with seperate shower. Plenty of outlets. Housekeeping was amazing
Beautiful spacious cabin. Loved the bathroom with seperate shower. Plenty of outlets. Housekeeping was amazing Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
CABIN - We booked an inside cabin just below LaCucina which I was concerned about because of the restaurant noise. Thirty days out, I placed a minimum bid on an ocean view room which we "won" for $50 per person. Room 5018 has a ... Read More
CABIN - We booked an inside cabin just below LaCucina which I was concerned about because of the restaurant noise. Thirty days out, I placed a minimum bid on an ocean view room which we "won" for $50 per person. Room 5018 has a king-sized bed but there is a bunk bed jutting out of the wall about 8" so getting into and out of bed you had to be aware of it. On the other side, there is a very narrow area between the bed and desk. Hubby and I thought about getting them separated into singles to avoid these obstacles but took no action. If you want to sit, there is only one small ottoman stool or the bed. This room is near the stairwell/elevators and one floor down from the theater and casino but we never heard extra noise - just the usual loud ship creaks and bangs and that wonderful sound of the ship cutting through the waves. I did not even know we had next door neighbors until our last evening when we heard them briefly speaking loudly before heading back out. There is plenty of storage for two people - 7 drawers, many open shelves, 2 bedside tables, etc. The bathroom was fine for one person at a time. There is a door between the toilet and sink but doesn't offer any privacy. The sink faucet was made for a kitchen sink. There was always super hot water and strong shower spray. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018

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