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.
Poorly cleaned. Due to infection on the ship cleaning staff was not allowed to vacuum our cabin for almost a week.
Cabin smelled of disinfectant, made us nauseous and it was hard to breathe.they kept leaving all surfaces wet with disinfecting solution. We had to dry it before we could even sit on the toilet or wash our hands.
Should have never happened!!! Read entire member review >>
We were on an Alaska cruise in a 7th deck concierge level veranda cabin but if we had to do it all over again we would choose an ocean view to save a few bucks since the weather was often too cool to use the veranda much. On our previous Caribbean Regatta cruise the veranda was very nice to have.
While compact, our room hand adequate storage and was always kept perfectly clean stocked plenty of towels etc. Quiet and convenient enough. Rooms located between the fore and aft elevators might have been a little more convenient.
Bed was very comfortable but the couch would have been easier to use for older folks if
It was nice to have access to hot, room service breakfasts and other Concierge level benefits. Read entire member review >>
Small, outdated furniture. Storage inadequate and poorly layed out. Bathroom impossible and shower area was a joke. On concierge level with out a Concierge on the floor and no concierge lounge. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is very small (216sf) but highly efficient. Storage is quite good. We had 3 suitcases and were able to store everything without any difficulty. Bathroom is very compact (1 person at a time,) but functional. The cabin stewardess and team was very attentive and personable. Bed was wonderful!! Read entire member review >>
All balcony rooms are the same floor plan regardless of level. This one is unique because it looks straight forward which interesting, but more sound coming into ports getting lines out. This far forward can be very rough in even modest seas. We like that but this was a bit much. Read entire member review >>
This is the first A3 category cabin aft of the rear elevators on the port side. We believe we were in this same cabin on our first Regatta cruise in 2010. The cabin is small, but cozy, with a pretty comfortable bed (seemed a little short), a seating area, a balcony with a small table and chairs (we did not use the balcony very much, except for the days sailing in and out of New York). There was sufficient space for storage, although we did have to store our bags in the closet. The bathroom is small, but efficient. Our room attendant and her assistant kept the cabin very clean and tidy. Read entire member review >>
Regatta A3-7107-aft All of regatta's rooms are smaller that on larger ships .... even smaller than on Oceania's newer, larger ships. BUT they ARE "as advertised".
Very quiet. Slight shudder during reverse or hard turns. Closet space for hanging is barely adequate, but lots of drawers. Shower/bathroom is small, but efficient.
Balcony is OK for two people. Service nearly perfect. Read entire member review >>
Fine choice, close to restaurants and shops and guest services. Ample storage. Veranda fine for sitting, Bathroom is small but works well. The bed is wonderfully comfortable. Internet is expensive. Read entire member review >>
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