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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom
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.

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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom (A2) Cabin Reviews

Pampered : Cabin 7054 /11023
Sail Date: January 2018
The beds are so comfortable, they are out of this world. Cabin stewardess were so, so pleasant. Read More
The beds are so comfortable, they are out of this world. Cabin stewardess were so, so pleasant. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2017
Cabin not large, but well appointed. Bathroom was small (especially the shower), but functional. Bed very comfortable and sheets changed daily; used towels changed twice daily. Turn-down service nightly during dinner. TV channels ... Read More
Cabin not large, but well appointed. Bathroom was small (especially the shower), but functional. Bed very comfortable and sheets changed daily; used towels changed twice daily. Turn-down service nightly during dinner. TV channels should be better--no CBS, NBC, ABC or Fox networks, or ESPN. News on MSNBC and Fox News only, as well as BBC and Sky News for the European passengers, along with several ship's channels which were of no use to me. Read Less
Pleasant Cruise : Cabin 7085
Sail Date: April 2017
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 ... Read More
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 Less
Panama Canal : Cabin 7080
Sail Date: January 2017
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 ... Read More
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 Less
First Time on Oceania : Cabin 1723
Sail Date: November 2016
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 ... Read More
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 Less
Sail Date: July 2016
It was adequate and placed well on the boat near the laundry and equidistant from both sets of elevators. Read More
It was adequate and placed well on the boat near the laundry and equidistant from both sets of elevators. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2016
Cabin was a little small but very comfortable. The wooden furniture was a little beat-up; something that a furniture refinisher could correct at low cost. Not a big deal. Read More
Cabin was a little small but very comfortable. The wooden furniture was a little beat-up; something that a furniture refinisher could correct at low cost. Not a big deal. Read Less

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