Located on Decks 6, 7, and 8, these beautifully decorated 216-square-foot staterooms, with private balcony, offer a great vantage point for a last look at the stars before bedtime. Your choice of queen bed or two twins.
The cabin was small. My husband and I could not fit past each other at the foot of the bed - it was a narrow passage even for one person. There was ample closet space and decent storage space in drawers and shelves. It was nicely appointed, with two large mirrors to make it appear bigger. Neither of us was particularly comfortable in Oceania's very highly touted beds. The bathroom was VERY small and storage was just fair. The shower was tiny. Read entire member review >>
Cabins quite small compared to other cruise companies. No walk in wardrobe.
Bathroom a disgrace, not fit to be on a five star cruise line! Tiny, tiny, tiny with plastic type fitmenrts and a shower curtain - horror or horrors!! Only room for one person at a time. Ugh. Never again. Read entire member review >>
All the cabins, other than suites seem to be the same size, and I thought the having Concierge Level should have provided a bit more room. Really appreciate the veranda, though we didn't really use it except to view the ports, and to provide an "extension" of the cabin. The bathroom was a bit small and we got quite friendly with our shower curtain. Hot water frequently ran out at shower time. Our room steward was very attentive - even having to change my mattress which originally had too much of a slope (I sat on the edge and slipped off). Read entire member review >>
The cabins on Regatta are smaller than on the larger Marina and Riviera, my previous cruising experience. We were in a Consierge level cabin, and the only differences between this level and a standard balcony cabin were more items available on the room service breakfast menu, and location of our cabin, more midship than others. Furnishings have been well maintained. Beds are very comfortable, towels are luxurious, soaps, lotions, etc. are lovely. The balcony is a must for me, and was of adequate size, but there was very little room to turn around in both the cabin and the bathroom. The shower had a curtain and was tiny. Very little space by the sink. There was some storage in the bathroom. Ample room in the closet. Read entire member review >>
Once we became accustomed to the size of the cabin, we had no problem storing everything. There were problems however, when we have to take turns using the bathroom because two of us barely fit in. Read entire member review >>
Level 7 Amidships. Very high end soaps, lotions, and shampoo. The bed was very comfortable with a coach in the room - 215 sq ft. Very nice balcony and perfect location for going down to level 5 entertainment, or up to level 9 for dining rooms and spa. Our room was across from a crew space (room 7038), but there was surprisingly very little noise, if ever, and they were very close to take care of any needs. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7022. Spacious, clean and comfortable beds. Own balcony with large panoramic glass doors. Plenty of storage space. Robe and sets of drawers, cases are stored under the bed. The only negative on the cabin is the size of the shower cubicle. Like being in a caravan shower but plenty of hot water available. Regrigerator in room, stocked daily. No charge for soft drinks and bottled water. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin for forward views but can be difficult for someone tendencies to seasickness. We had our cabin made up with twin beds which made getting around a little tight. Closet and drawer spaces very good. Read entire member review >>
The aft cabins on the O ships have deeper verandas, this is a plus to us. You do get a bit more vibration and noise from the thrusters when docking or leaving dock. Less foot traffic going by in th aft area of the ship. Read entire member review >>
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