Balcony
This stateroom has a balcony with patio furniture. It offers two twin beds that make up into a queen-sized bed, a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower, plus a spacious closet and desk.

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Balcony (BD) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: February 2019
Quiet, spacious with a love seat, table in the closet area, fair size balcony.
Quiet, spacious with a love seat, table in the closet area, fair size balcony. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
Staterooms are average in size, but the open closet makes a much nicer shower-to-clothes experience. We did not miss the sofa, and enjoyed the extra space. The balcony is your typical 42 sq. ft., but the chairs are adjustable for ... Read More
Staterooms are average in size, but the open closet makes a much nicer shower-to-clothes experience. We did not miss the sofa, and enjoyed the extra space. The balcony is your typical 42 sq. ft., but the chairs are adjustable for sunning. Mimi, our cabin attendant was a lot of fun, and really made our stay enjoyable. This is only two decks down from good coffee in the Lido, and three from the fitness center. Self-service laundry is just up the hall from this room. I recommend 4-5 a.m. if you want to get in without a wait. The token machines are frequently out of service, so be sure to get your tokens before you lug your clothes down there. Read Less
Fantastic Cruise : Cabin A732
Sail Date: January 2019
The cabin was great. Exactly as I wanted. I don’t know why we felt this vibration and thuds. Especially when we were sleeping. I know being the last cabin in the aft you get more movement. We have been in the aft area before and ... Read More
The cabin was great. Exactly as I wanted. I don’t know why we felt this vibration and thuds. Especially when we were sleeping. I know being the last cabin in the aft you get more movement. We have been in the aft area before and never felt this ongoing noises and thuds. The cabin had a small couch which was nice to sit in. The big screen was awesome. And I like the drawer they added above the mini refrigerator. Read Less
Great ship and crew... : Cabin R-444
Sail Date: November 2018
The cabin was nice, the closet was spacious, but the bathroom seemed a little cramped...
The cabin was nice, the closet was spacious, but the bathroom seemed a little cramped... Read Less
Very different cruise : Cabin C606
Sail Date: November 2018
Cabin was fine. Enough room for two women. You can put your suitcases under the bed. Our steward Olexander was awesome! The balcony is one of the smallest I have been on. Everything in room was working except tv. Rather then call ... Read More
Cabin was fine. Enough room for two women. You can put your suitcases under the bed. Our steward Olexander was awesome! The balcony is one of the smallest I have been on. Everything in room was working except tv. Rather then call the front desk and wait for a tech who never comes. Ask the room steward to reboot it. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
Nice room and comfortable beds. Small Balcony with 2 chairs and small table.
Nice room and comfortable beds. Small Balcony with 2 chairs and small table. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2018
The cabin itself is well designed. I liked the layout and the bed was very comfortable. The balcony was nice and I liked being directly under the lido deck because it gave us a larger roof. I had been concerned that it would be too ... Read More
The cabin itself is well designed. I liked the layout and the bed was very comfortable. The balcony was nice and I liked being directly under the lido deck because it gave us a larger roof. I had been concerned that it would be too noisy but there was very little noise from above. I heard some carts from time to time up there but nothing that wasn't easily ignored. The first time we got to our cabin it was filled with paint fumes. It was very strong and we went down to the front desk to tell them about it. They said they often do work when the ship is in it's main port and to open the cabin for 1 to 1/12 hours to let it air out. We thought that was a reasonable explanation and did what they said. There were no fumes on our balcony so airing it out was fine. The next day we had an unexpected sea day because it was too windy at St Peter's Port to get tenders in and out. However we weren't in the home port but that afternoon when we returned to our cabin after doing things in other places around the ship there were very strong fumes again. We found the folks doing the painting on deck 16 or 17 and told them the fumes were getting into our room. We aired it out again in about 40 minutes. On the fourth day of the cruise after returning from Dublin our cabin was once again filled with strong paint fumes. I called the front desk and they said they would send someone up but we left for dinner after waiting 20 minutes without anyone coming. The next day after getting back from Belfast the same thing happened. This time I went down to the front desk and a supervisor returned to the cabin with me after waiting 5 minutes to get to a desk person and another 10 for the supervisor to come out. Dinesh, the supervisor, came back to our cabin, acknowledged and experienced the fumes and said he would investigate and get back to me. The next day we had fumes again but they were weaker and he did get back to ask about them on the phone. The day after that I smelled the fumes but my wife didn't. After that we didn't have the fumes again. If you are sensitive to paint fumes (thankfully I'm not, but they still gave me a headache if I didn't leave the room) be sure to either avoid this cabin or make sure they take care of it the first time you experience them. Read Less
British Isles : Cabin c622
Sail Date: May 2018
We had a standard balcony room. The storage still remains good. The balcony is definitely smaller but held two chairs and a small table. Since this was a port intensive cruise, the balcony wasn’t much of a factor here, but, had we been ... Read More
We had a standard balcony room. The storage still remains good. The balcony is definitely smaller but held two chairs and a small table. Since this was a port intensive cruise, the balcony wasn’t much of a factor here, but, had we been on a longer cruise with more sea-days, I probably would not have been as happy. We both LOVED the entertainment choices available to us. We had a large TV (?42 inches) with on-demand movies that you can start when you want. Other than the on-demand programming, which included all of the port talks and lectures, the news programming was Fox news, MSNBC news, ESPN, BBC and some other channels. Read Less

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