Two lower beds convertible to king-size bed, bathroom with bath, shower and WC or shower and WC. Three single wardrobes and drawer space, two seater corner sofa, chair and table, vanity table/writing desk, TV and radio, Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator, direct dial, telephone and large picture mirror.
Just forward of midships,on starboard side on deck 5,very comfortable,and adequate for needs,
tends to feel any movement of the ship a little more than midship cabinss,also noisy when seas are rough with waves hiiting the bows Plenty of storage space, better to have the beds in twin configuration for more room. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean with bedside tables and sufficient wardrobe space even for all our thermal wear.The bathroom was the old pink suite but clean and shower worked nicely.
The cabin being under the Riviera pool was little noisy. Read entire member review >>
Small when you take the queen size bed option but very clean and comfortable with lots of space for clothes. A good TV (not that you get time to watch it) which plays the ships radio.
Small but very powerful shower and sofa just big enough for two to snuggle up on. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: Yes it was small but the bed was large and comfortable. It had a small seating area, a fridge, TV, tea and coffee making facilities, safe and hairdryer. The en-suite was again small, but had a good powerful shower. We asked for the two single beds to be put together to make a large Queen sized bed which we prefer. However, if you leave them as two separate single beds - that affords you more room around the bed - especially the gap between the bed and the dressing table which was really tight when arranged as a double. Our cabin attendant was Clive from Goa. He was charming and efficient - a credit to P & O. The choice of TV channels available was limited but adequate - it was nice to be able to get Sky News (most of the time) The thing we really didn't like about the room was the wardrobe. The hanging rail went from front to back making hanging and retrieving clothes difficult. I know it's a space saving measure but it really isn't user friendly. We had two maintenance issues with our cabin which were dealt with quickly and effectively once reported to reception. One was a squeaking crew door next to our cabin. A bit of oil or WD40 sorted that out. The other was the shower temperature which became scalding hot and would not turn down. That was accompanied by the en-suite sink tap only giving out hot water no matter what setting you adjusted it to. That was reported in the morning and was fixed by the evening. Our cabin was immediately below the Conservatory buffet restaurant and we did experience quite a lot of chair scraping noises and heavy footfalls as a result, but not to a degree that disturbed us unduly. Read entire member review >>
E 150 is a Low Mid-ship Inside Cabin with shower and said to be at the best part of the ship for stability and we would agree. It was very quiet as no one has cause to go past it other than people in the cabins on that corridor, so sleep quality excellent. Were never aware of any turbulence or noise during the night. Beds positioned Front - Aft, which may help the stability? Although an Inside cabin, it did not feel at all claustrophobic. Air con efficient and quiet and it never felt stuffy. Read entire member review >>
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