Located on Decks 4, 6 and 7, these 165-square-foot staterooms have custom-designed furnishings, fashionable fabrics and spacious bathroom. They also feature a comfortable sitting area, small breakfast table and large panorama window. Your choice of queen bed or two twins.
Excellent cabin with good view of sea. Lots of room to store luggage in front of window.Bed was very comfortable and linens top notch. Bathroom was adequate and shower was great. the news in capsule form of USA Today or Canadian was delivered daily which kept us up to date with the world. TV was very good with lots of channels, did not use the DVD, but it was there. Storage closets were fine for hanging clothes and lots of drawers for socks etc. The stewards were superb and had the room made up twice a day. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was adequate. Even thought it was refurbished in 2014, the carpet was dated already. The bathroom was very small. The towels could have been luxurious and fluffy. Read entire member review >>
If you are prone to seasickness then this is probably one of the best cabins to pick. It is center ship and low floor level. The rock and rolling is minimal here. If you have hearing difficulties this is again your cabin...it will work to your advantage.
Now look at the location of this cabin.....next to the reception area and the dreaded exit door to the gangway. Every port that had a gangway used this door...banging would begin getting the ramp ready in early morn...no sleeping for you. It was most noisy all day until the exit door was closed and we sailed away.
Let the buyer beware...it is a noisy room and the bathroom size is worse than you could ever imagine. Read entire member review >>
The initial reaction is "oh my, it is smaller than the picture in the brochure." But you quickly get used to that. The bathroom is another matter entirely. It is tiny and uncimfortable to use. Read entire member review >>
I covered this earlier, it was nice - nothing really special. The ledge under the window was nice for storing my extra things, or sitting in to watch the water! Gerson was a good steward, and kept the room clean and the chocolates on our pillows at night! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very nice - lots of drawer space. But to be honest, I liked having my things in the ledge under the window. That made it convenient for me.
Gerson did a great job of keeping our room clean, and loved the chocolate on the bed at night. Read entire member review >>
Position central therefore no movement and ideal to get to all parts of the ship. Bathroom small but adequate. Only complaint when wardrobe doors open difficult to get into bathroom. We booked this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
604 Deluxe Ocean View - on deck with balcony room so has extra space in guest room. Front of ship but did not feel any extra movement sensation. Was a very slight noise from entertainment lounge below but not enough to be bothersome. Read entire member review >>
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