Located on Decks 4, 6, 7 and 8, these 160-square-foot staterooms have spacious accommodations. Comfortable furnishings and warm woods combine to make the stateroom your own private retreat. Each offers a comfortable sitting area and plenty of storage space. Your choice of queen bed or two twins.
Our cabin was large, with lots of storage space and a nice size bathroom, as for some reason, we were booked into a handicapped room, which we did not realize until we boarded the ship. We had no complaints about that at all and our room stewardess was a delight.
We were very pleased with the location on deck 4,(in the middle) especially when we had one night of the most incredible storm, where we just had to take to our beds, as it was so rough. Read entire member review >>
for Alaska this is the best as it gets you out on deck to mingle and gives you nice dark restful sleep... They are the same size a veranda without the balcony... actually larger in some.
cases On the R ships its inside or penthouse as the best cabins Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was midships on 8th floor. It was an inside cabin. It was fine for us, but a balcony would have been really nice. I don't see the point of having just a window or porthole. The location was very convenient for everything. It was smallish, but adequate. The bed was very comfortable and linens nice. Closet was big enough for 21 days of clothing. There were 8 drawers plus some other shelves. Lighting controls were convenient and there was a reading light on each side of bed, which was nice. TV and DVD player. DVDs available for checkout. TV programming good. Mini bar contained wine and spirits
for a fee, but all sodas Perrier, etc. were complimentary. Bathroom small. Toiletries were nice quality. Read entire member review >>
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