Balcony
Interactive TV with multi-language film and music channels; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Direct-dial telephone; Data port outlet; Daily shipboard newspaper; Bathrobe & slippers; 220V British 3-pin and 110V 2-pin sockets; 24-hour room service; Nightly turndown service with pillow chocolates

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Balcony (BB) Cabin Reviews

Everything functioned well in cabin (air conditioning, water boiler, enough space); steward was excellent. Balcony not that necessary on Transatlantic with 2 gale-force storms, but nice to have. No unwelcome noises.
Everything functioned well in cabin (air conditioning, water boiler, enough space); steward was excellent. Balcony not that necessary on Transatlantic with 2 gale-force storms, but nice to have. No unwelcome noises. Read Less
Sail Date October 2017
Cabin was acceptable, and the cabin steward was very good and always cheerful. Proximity of cabin to front of ship meant quite a lot of noise from the foghorn on one night. The bathroom and shower arrangement struck me as a bit ... Read More
Cabin was acceptable, and the cabin steward was very good and always cheerful. Proximity of cabin to front of ship meant quite a lot of noise from the foghorn on one night. The bathroom and shower arrangement struck me as a bit old-fashioned by the standards of this day and age. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
The Best there is : Cabin 11100
I did have a balcony on a higher level. At first I could be out there. Then the weather changed and I could not go out.
I did have a balcony on a higher level. At first I could be out there. Then the weather changed and I could not go out. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
Grand Week on the Ocean : Cabin 11039
- Lots of closet space - Very quiet - Nice balcony - Comfy king sized bed - Tea, coffee, etc. - Love seat
- Lots of closet space - Very quiet - Nice balcony - Comfy king sized bed - Tea, coffee, etc. - Love seat Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
My 6th deck balcony cabin (6251) was relentlessly noisy from the promenade deck above and the laundrette across the corridor. Slamming deck, balcony and passenger doors ruined any chance of peace in my cabin or on the awful balcony. The ... Read More
My 6th deck balcony cabin (6251) was relentlessly noisy from the promenade deck above and the laundrette across the corridor. Slamming deck, balcony and passenger doors ruined any chance of peace in my cabin or on the awful balcony. The sheltered balcony was so unpleasant with a 1,2m high balustrade and noisy that it was unusable other than letting fresh air into my cabin in-between noises from above and around my cabin. There was no view of the sea from inside the cabin. Rectification of some of the causes of my complaints took 2 weeks. Noises continued for the duration of the cruise. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Grand Dame of the Seas : Cabin 1247
King bed plenty of space under for 2 cases good hot water supply for shower adequate hanging space in wardrobe.A recent innovation is a hot water kettle in the cabin.The balcony was steel,no wooden decking.Lots of rust on the steelwork.
King bed plenty of space under for 2 cases good hot water supply for shower adequate hanging space in wardrobe.A recent innovation is a hot water kettle in the cabin.The balcony was steel,no wooden decking.Lots of rust on the steelwork. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Excellent Cabin. Our family had cabins 11070 & 11064 they were all fantastic and the butler steward was brilliant (Christian).
Excellent Cabin. Our family had cabins 11070 & 11064 they were all fantastic and the butler steward was brilliant (Christian). Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
For us, as middle-of the-road balcony stateroom guests, the ever-present hyping of the remastering was a yawn. Other than the new TVs, nothing was done to the vast majority of the staterooms. Ours still had scuffed walls, dingy, pilled ... Read More
For us, as middle-of the-road balcony stateroom guests, the ever-present hyping of the remastering was a yawn. Other than the new TVs, nothing was done to the vast majority of the staterooms. Ours still had scuffed walls, dingy, pilled carpets, and rust on the veranda. The new TV system had bugs not worked out on the first few crossings. Our television was stuck on Korean language menus and controls, and the volume control was inoperative. Technicians did come in promptly and replace the television. On the second day my key card didn't work. I assumed I had carelessly demagnetized it, and I took it to the purser's desk to be re-encoded. Still it didn't work. When we found that my wife's card also no longer worked, I went back to the purser. They thought probably the door lock had failed overnight. A few hours later, someone came and replaced the door lock. Then, the cabin stewardess' card key wouldn't work in the new lock. A couple of days later the new TV developed a mind of its own, repeatedly turned itself on and off endlessly. The technician determined another new TV would be needed (not that we really watch much TV on a cruise.) Since the TV technicians were finished for the day, he said it would be replaced the next day. As he tried to leave I had to tell him that it was not accepable to leave the TV alternately turning itself off and on all night. He eventually figured out how to get behind the TV mount to disconnect the power. The next day a third TV was installed. Read Less
Sail Date August 2016

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