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Balcony, obstructed view
Your stateroom offers up to 472 square feet in which to unwind. Wrap yourself in the soft bathrobe, ease into your slippers, then settle down to a film on your TV. The turndown service sets the tone for a comfortable night's sleep.

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Balcony, obstructed view (CA) Cabin Reviews

We were on deck 5 mid-ship, with a 'restricted view' - I did not find the view a bother at all and could see everything. It possibly limited your photo opportunities, but to be honest I didn't spend a great deal of time on ... Read More
We were on deck 5 mid-ship, with a 'restricted view' - I did not find the view a bother at all and could see everything. It possibly limited your photo opportunities, but to be honest I didn't spend a great deal of time on the Balcony anyway so it didn't bother me in the slightest. If I had the choice again I would have gone for an unrestricted view but if your budget will only let you go for the restricted view, just go for it! The ship isn't very old, less than 10 years, and the state of the Cabin reflected this. It was spotless and very nicely decorated, with a king size bed, dressing table, sofa (which I believe also turned into a bed), coffee table etc. Nice towels, bathrobes and slippers were provided and the amenities in the bathroom were of a high quality (Penhaligon’s) and refreshed should you require (although our steward did need a bit of prompting in this regard). There’s a refrigerator, hair dryer, safe, and several electrical outlets. I knew from reading reviews that UK outlets were provided, however since you have one UK, one US and one European, if you want to use more than one power outlet at once, bring a 4 way power strip or an adapter if you have one. The bed was lovely, with a huge abundance of pillows, and excellent quality bedding. Bathroom was slightly cramped but it was designed very well so you soon got used to the reduced dimensions. The fridge was stocked with water and cans of soft drinks, and the prices for these were fairly reasonable. There was a complimentary half bottle of champagne on ice waiting for us when we got in our room. We saved it for sail away rather than devouring it immediately!  The one downside to the room is the size and quality of the television. It is small at 21” and the reception was not of a high quality. The choice of channels is quite limited. However, I didn't go on the cruise to watch television, I can watch television at home so it didn't hamper my enjoyment of the cruise. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
Cabin 4142 We were impressed with the cabin overall. It was good that we had a pretty good view, despite the lifeboat. One irritation was that there's a door from the galley onto the deck just below our window. Despite our ... Read More
Cabin 4142 We were impressed with the cabin overall. It was good that we had a pretty good view, despite the lifeboat. One irritation was that there's a door from the galley onto the deck just below our window. Despite our complaints, the galley crew kept allowing the door to slam during hours of darkness, especially around 6am when they start work. Read Less
Sail Date August 2012

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