Veranda Stateroom (B1): Regatta Cabin Reviews

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11 Reviews
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.

Veranda Stateroom (B1)
Decks: Deck 6
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Veranda Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 6023
May 2016
Typical of the 'R' class ships. Recently refurbished, everything in good condition .. And a very comfortable bed.
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Cabin 6066
Apr 2016
Regatta By: tonka cruiser
Our room steward was excellent. Since all rooms are suites, we thought the room would be larger. The mattress was excellent. The bathroom was small but adequate. We always had bottled water in our room.
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Cabin 7082
Dec 2014
A Delightfully Relaxing Two Weeks of Travel By: Tennessee Easy Traveler
Very clean and comfortable bed. We had a love seat and a desk with it's own stool, a veranda with a table and two nice chairs. The bathroom was a one person at a time compact variety; but well appointed and very adequate.
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Cabin 6085
Mar 2013
Cabin 6085 on Regatta, with veranda. Three cabins away from aft on ship. Quiet location not near stairs or lifts. Little hallway traffic. One deck over main dining room, no noise noticeable at any time. Overall cabin is very quiet and soundproof.
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Jul 2011
Alaska by sea, air, and land By: Stephen Kurtz
Cabin was adequately sized, verandah was fine, information on shower controls would have been useful, great soap and body and hair stuff. The problem with our toilet was fixed very promptly.
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Cabin 6069
Jul 2010
6065, 6067, 6069 Great location for the B1 cabins. One flight up from the Grand Dining Room. Not too far or too close to the elevators. Quiet cabin in general as most of the guests are considerate in the hallways. There was a vibration noise in the hall that was quite annoying. We did not notice this on our first Regatta cruise. It was less annoying in the cabin and I kind of thought of it as "white noise" like one of those waves machines that are supposed to help one get to sleep. There was a bit of problem with plumbing - we detected an odor in the hall more then once. Crew worked on it and things settled down.
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