Queen size tranquility bed that converts to two twins with 700-thread-count linens,private teak veranda, oversized marble and granite bath with full size tub and shower, vanity desk, spacious seating area with breakfast table, mini-bar with unlimited soft drinks and bottled water, shower with Grohe handheld shower head, safe, LCD flat-screen TV, hair dryer, phone, 110/220 volt outlets.
Midship deck 7 made for a very smooth and quiet cabin experience only disappointment was we booked 2 cabins next to eachother and was told by Oceania call center that they could open the balcony door to creTe one large balcony and when we embarked we were told" don't do that anymore because it is a safety hazard" Read entire member review >>
There was a mix up in the beginning whenuor beds were not separated even though I had calledb and emailed the cruise line to request the twin bed configuration. Also, we were in B3 category rm 7033. There was an annoying amount of condenciation between the panes of glass in our veranda door. We quickly got past these issues. The size room was comfortable. And the beds and linens made you feel like "I deserve this". Read entire member review >>
Loved this cabin and would select it again - there is also a similar one on the other side - has extended balcony and because it is the last one before the non-extended balconies begin, you can see not only to the front but it is also totally unobstructed on the side and you can see clear down the side of the ship all the way to the front - water on all sides of you when you are standing out on it. Awesome and fun to be on it while sailing. Read entire member review >>
This is the cabin we always request since it is at the end of the hall so there is little traffic. It has an extended deck, roughly 10 x 10. There are two deck chairs, a small table and two lounge chairs. Half of the veranda is protected by a roof overhang so you can sit in the shade or sun. Read entire member review >>
We usually try to book a penthouse but because of late booking could only get a veranda room with extended balcony. The extended balcony was a life saver because we spent a lot of time on the balcony which had two chaise lounges, two chairs, and a table. Read entire member review >>
Bigger than we thought it would be. Lots of storage and hangers and lovely toiletries, bathrobes, slippers supplied which helps on the packing.
Good size bathroom with bath and shower, so pleased with being able to have a soak after a long day.
Good size balcony with small table and chairs, ample space to sit and watch the world on a smooth sail. Read entire member review >>
Our veranda cabin was well-tended every day. The amenities included Bulgari toiletries. Such wonderful soap. The veranda bathrooms are spacious, large enough for two people at the same time. Was very impressed with the storage space in the cabin. Lots of careful thought went into the most efficient use of space. Though we didn't use the veranda that often, it extends the room and gives a lovely view. Read entire member review >>
This Stateroom is Aft. There are eight of these staterooms (I think) with double depth balconies. Of course they are overlooked by balconies above. The stateroom is not big but adequate. There are plenty of drawers and cupboards, but not all at a convenient height and the safe is very high up, you need to be at least 6ft to see into it easily. There is no walk in wardrobe which is the greatest disappointment, the sliding doors are a bit of a pain! The lighting is good and the bathroom is very attractive and well appointed. Read entire member review >>
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