This is an accessible cabin with a roll-in shower and raised toilet seat. There was plenty of room both in the cabin and on the balcony. There is a king size bed that is quite high off the floor (hard to transition from wheelchair to bed). I would highly recommend this suite. It was in a quiet location, quite close to the elevators, and very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Large and well appointed cabin. Offered with Butler, but rarely available. The room steward was wonderful and created a towel animal every evening which made returning to room at real treat. The Concierge was excellent and took care of all of our needs and made sure were we happy. Read entire member review >>
Very nice with a full size bathtub and a large area to change and hang/store clothes. We had hoped to get a cabin with a Murphy bed but those were all sold out. Also note that there is a curtain that separates the bed from the couch area. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was large for a cruise ship-about the size of a hotel room. Light switches were a bit confusing. Air conditioning either too cold or too warm. No storage space in bathroom-bring a hanging toiletry case. Lots of closet space and drawers. Quiet. The cabin was clean, and our room steward did a great job. Great view of lava on sail by. Go to Skyline starboard side window about 5:30 for a view of Napali coast. Butler service ok-we did not use him much. The balcony is a nice size and nice for relaxing. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is overall well appointed for this class, but boarding the ship with the knowledge that it was just refurbished, it was a disappointment. The bathroom glass door was missing, the shower leaked, and the shower itself showed a lot of age.
The bed was comfy, and balcony was large as advertized. Read entire member review >>
We were the first to stay in this newly refurbished cabin located port side forward on deck 11. One large room. New furniture, carpet, tv, bedding, mattress, and deck furniture. Neutral colors with pops of color from the wall decor and accents. The mattress was heaven, wall mounted tv perfectly placed for viewing from anywhere in the room. Tub with glassed shower. Water was HOT. Loved the walk through closet/dressing area accessed either from the hall or from the bedroom area with Vanity table. Lots of drawers in the open closet space and vanity. Lots of space there for luggage storage, no shoving under the bed. Fixed pane floor to ceiling window next to the bed, sliding door next to the couch. Huge balcony. 2 padded lounge chairs and round table with chairs. Read entire member review >>
Amazing! Great water pressure in the spacious bathroom with shower/tub and decent amount of counter space around the sink. Nice vanity area for extra hygienic that wont fit in the bathroom, with lighted make up mirror and drawers. Lots of room to hang clothes and more drawers for extra clothes. Super soft and comfy king size bed. Extra large balcony (like half the size of my NYC apartment - seriously, like 250 sqft). Mini fridge, sitting area with pullout sofa, blackout curtains that separate bed from sitting area, pivoting flat screen TV, DVD player (suite comes with free DVD rentals from in house movie library). Extra space under the bed to store luggage. Light switch board next to bed to control lights throughout the entire cabin. Rocky. Very rocky cabin. You WILL feel the boat whenever it is moving. Not for those who get sick easily. Very quiet even though you're right off the pool deck. Cant even hear it with the balcony door open. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 12508 was superb. Highly recommended.As a Party of 6, we had Cabins on Deck 12 - 12508, 12510, and 12512, which were perfect for 2 persons each (and even for these 4 persons would be pushing the friendship), and were located on the Port side of the ship, an absolute MUST as on the second last day leaving Kauai the ship sails up along the Napali Coast - the Port side gets all the views for about 4-5 hours whereas the Starboard side get the ocean view. These cabins each had huge private balconies complete with two loungers and a four seater table. Internally the beds were as good as any 5 star hotel I have stayed, the shower/bath was a decent size, the walk-in robe was large enough to hold everything we needed, and the separate lounge area with 2 seater lounge and coffee table was great to sit down and read a book or have a glass of wine before dinner. Being forward on Deck 12 also meant direct access to the Key West Bar and Grill, Pool Deck, and the Forward lift bank. It was also nice and quiet as there are only 10 or so cabins on that port side (same with the starboard side) apart from yourself. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful cabin, very comfortable, roomy, quiet, close to elevator,loved having the separate dressing room/closet area. The perks associated with this cabin were also very nice and appreciated having the butler service. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 11006 is a suite. This was our first suite "experience", and we will definitely book a suite when we cruise from now on. The room was huge by cruise ship standards, about the size of an average hotel room. It had a very comfy king bed, a huge deck, a wonderful coffee maker and plenty of storage for our junk. Suitcases all went under the bed. The cabin was exceptionally quiet. We never heard anything from adjoining cabins. Read entire member review >>
Suite 11006 is on the starboard side. We booked it to get a good view of the sail by of the volcano. The flow was almost nonexistent while we were there. None the less, this is a great suite. It is located almost underneath the Bridge, so lots of action to watch from the large balcony. The dressing room is wonderful and roomy. The suite is close to elevators, but not so close it is noisy. Read entire member review >>
We had the Penthouse Suite 11020, towards the front of the ship on deck 11. The best things I liked about the suite was the most comfortable king sized bed. The balcony was very large with a table 3 chairs and 2 lounge chairs and still had plenty of room to walk around. We ate out there several times from room service which was also nice. Having the Penthouse Suite we were treated to a Butler, who in our case was fun, very attentive and handled alot of our questions. The bathroom was plenty big in size, and always had hot water and clean towels everyday. The dressing room had a place to hang up our clothes and a vanity with a mirror to do makeup and hair. It had a magnifying mirror and a blow dryer. Plenty of drawers to store things in. A T.V that swiveled to any angle in the room. A small desk that came in very handy for all the papers we acquired. The sofa and the glass table with 2 chairs were placed that we still had plenty of room to walk around. I was very happy with the room and all the perks that came along with the suite. Read entire member review >>
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