We had an ocean view balcony and in indoor stateroom. the Balcony was very spacious with ample storage. We just had two of us in there and found plenty of space for our clothes and essentials. The shower is a little tight but had hot water with good pressure. The balcony was lovely and allowed us a great spot to sit and enjoy the quiet and the view during the days. The indoor stateroom was spacious and again had ample space. It does get dark at night which did allow for good sleeping. Found all beds to be comfortable with extra blanket hidden under each bed. I will say that the outside stateroom with balcony got very warm on the way back to Port Canaveral as we had the sun on our side. You must keep the balcony door closed and locked for the air conditioner to work. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was your typical veranda cabin. It slept 4 people, with the couch making into a bed. When the couch was made into a bed there was very little room left in the cabin. Bathroom was ok, but did have a odor. Read entire member review >>
The room was adequate. We were traveling with our 2 children so it was cramped but worked fine. Our stateroom attendant was excellent. Always kept the room clean and tidy and converted the sofa bed each night while we were out to dinner, etc. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9108 is located on the Port Side Front of the Ship - being in the corner you get a little more room to move around. The movement at the front is not bad at all - i actually enjoy the steady movement for sleep. the only draw back is - if your curtain is open at night you cannot put your lights on as it shines into the bridge area located just above you. Other than that it was a minute walk to elevators and nice and quiet. Read entire member review >>
We upgraded from a regular interior cabin for $50 when Royal called us a couple weeks before. We had a large window facing right out the front of the ship -- huge but very slanted like a car windshield. Was interesting but best part was it gave us bunches of extra storage for empty suitcases, shoes and the like in that slanted window area -- loved that. A full size sofa too not loveseat type. Read entire member review >>
Ocean View cabin at the front of ship overlooking helipad. Think it was 7008. We loved the cabin. It probably had 10 sq ft of empty cabin space near the slanted window wall. There were 2 full length windows with some OV if you stand or sit by the window. It was very quiet. Cruisers have no access to the helipad except for the one C&A party which we attended. Great deck if you hate elevators. We could walk down to deck 5 to the promenade and deck 6 to Central Park & the fitness center, or across the ship to the Boardwalk. Read entire member review >>
Category H Ocean view just in front of the first balcony cabins. It was a little on the small side and had very little closet/storage space for a seven day cruise and only one electrical outlet. The bathroom was the smallest I've ever seen on a cruise ship. The shower stall (more like a glass capsule) was so small you had to open the door to pick up the soap if you dropped it. Read entire member review >>
Good sized balcony room, no noise, except next door slammed their door every time they went in or out. An automatic positive close door would be the only improvement I could suggest Read entire member review >>
Lots of closet space, small balcony, not quiet location if facing the boardwalk. Room in front of ship has lots of noise and the SHIP will cause MOTION sickness so stay away from this location. Read entire member review >>
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