Our stateroom was an aft view, with a wrap-around veranda. We were able to see icebergs, whales, sea otters, orcas, Hubbard Glacier, and wave to the other ships when they cruised
Size-wise, plenty of room for just the two of us, and spacious enough to have a few guests. Four closets, double sinks and two showers and tub made for great storage.
The dressing/make-up vanity was perfect for formal evenings. Holland America is tops! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was first of all impeccably clean. It was large enough for us to move around comfortably and even had an area to sit down for room service breakfast. I was pleasantly surprised that there was enough closet space for our things and that there was also plenty of drawer space. Doors opened to the verandah which was beautiful. The bathroom was large enough and had space for toiletries to be put away. The air conditioning worked very well and adjusted as needed. Evenings were quiet for a restful sleep and noise from other cabins was minimal. Overall, I give the cabin a top rating! Read entire member review >>
Not exactly sure which cabin category, but we had a verandah which we used frequently. Our steward, Asep and (I don't remember his name, sorry!) were absolutely the best we've had. Room was made before we returned from breakfast, turndown was consistent, clean room every day and ice when we needed. Read entire member review >>
Quad balcony cabin. Cosy for our family of four, including 19 and 17 year old boys, but didn't spend too much at home. nice to have balcony for extra room. good location near lifts, quiet. Suited us very well, all beds very comfortable. saved lots of $$, would book same again without hesitation. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was the most forward cabin on deck 7 port side, it was not a great layout but almost everything worked. The door to the veranda howls because it can't be closed tight enough and they did try to fix it. In this cabin you can feel and hear every movement and wave on the ship so if anyone in your party is concerned about seasickness this is not the cabin for you. It has limited visibility also due to a wing above the cabin on deck 8 which makes taking pictures or seeing mountains a challenge. It's not that far to the elevator or stairs so that is good. The couch is a hide a bed and very uncomfortable so if you want to spend time in your room it is the bed or nothing. The TV is in an awkward position to watch from bed but we hardly ever have it on so no big deal to us.
The bed is the most comfortable one I have ever had on a cruise and the steward was a dream. Read entire member review >>
Balcony...would prefer sliding door to hinged door...still nice. Had Problem with toilet...they fixed......beer bottle cap in terry cloth robe...probableywasn't cleaned...soooo..left robes in showere last day....very wet....had to be cleaned. Read entire member review >>
Good and ample storage. 3 closets with optional shelves, 2 drawers on either side of bed, 2 drawers under sofa, 2 drawers under end of bed. Nice large balcony. Good location on ship (towards mid-ship, close to elevators). Very quiet. Navigator deck. Read entire member review >>
Huge stateroom, lots of storage, plenty of hangars. More space than we needed. Very comfortable and large bed. Great amenities. Luxurious robes. Very nice dressing table. Comfortable balcony. Hallway a bit noisy. You can hear people talking. Views were great from our balcony. Read entire member review >>
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