Separate living area and bedroom; Walk-in closet; Writing desk; Spacious granite bathroom with separate tub and shower, twin sinks, and glass vanity; Flat-screen interactive TV featuring music, movies, and more; Best-selling audiobooks, CDs and DVDs; Hair dryer; Private electronic safe; Direct-dial telephone; 110/220V outlets; Fully-stocked bar replenished daily; 365 sq.ft.
The room is very spacious and bigger than many hotel rooms I have stayed in New York. There was only two of us in the room, but we could have had a third person with us with no problem. I liked being on the 7th deck because you were right down the hall from Seabourn square and the coffee bar. The pool was one deck up. And there are elevators near by to get you to the other decks. The ship was very quiet and I never had a problem with any noise from other passengers.
The room had a balcony, table for two, wet bar, TV, couch and a queen size bed. It also has a full walk in closet with enough hanging space for 3-4 people. Also in the closet is a built in cabinet with draws and safe. There was a ton of storage throughout the room.
The bathroom was very nice with two sinks, full bathtub and a stand up shower. The shower was not the biggest, but it was big enough for me and had great water pressure. The toiletries supplied were all Molten Brown. The room also has a nice vanity right outside the bathroom. Our stewardess was great, she serviced our room twice a day giving us fresh towels each time. Our minibar was well stocked with water, wine, beer, and soda. They made sure it was always stocked.
I will say the ship is extremely clean. The staff was busy all day long cleaning the rooms and hall ways. Read entire member review >>
Big, beautiful, luxurious, well appointed...we could have lived there...and I believe some folks do.
Cabins come with stewards. I can not say enough about the courteousness, thoughtfulness, kindness, attentiveness, friendliness, etc, etc. about our cabin steward.
We wanted to bring her home with us...no kidding! Read entire member review >>
This was the first of the larger ships.....I still love it....But the TV cabinet is a little beat up...
Love the shampoos and soaps.....Love my free stocked refer....
Cabin girl was great.
I still tip....they work their butts off. Read entire member review >>
We booked veranda suite 620, which was definitely superior to similar cabin categories on Crystal. The cabin featured a separate walk-in shower, a narrow but very well designed walk-in closet, more than adequate storage space, a table and chairs perfect for in-room dining, and a very comfortable veranda. Significant advantage for Seabourn. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is located on same floor as Seabourn Square, which is nice. But it is right under the 7th level outdoor bar and storage. Not too noisy late at night, but daytime and early evenings you hear all kinds of bumps and scraping. I'd prefer 6 level, midships, which we have had before. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 813 is a cabin for disabled passengers. It has wider doors, ramps into the bathroom & onto the balcony.
There is no tub (bath) but has a huge 'wet room' style of shower.
Very good location on the ship as it is on the correct deck for The Collonade & deck entertainment and far enough away from those locations for noise not to be a problem.
Sliding doors on cupboards/closets can become tiresome as can the catches on cupboard doors.
Everything else A1, a very quiet cabin. Read entire member review >>
Ideal location on level 7 in the middle of the vessel, close to the stairs/elevator lobby so we were able to access other levels easily. I also liked being on the same level as Seabourn Sq - which was my favorite place to congregate. Noise levels were low except for the doors that do tend to slam. This did not bother me, however, as I am an early riser. A big plus is the bathroom size (double sink and separate shower) and the walk-in wardrobe. I do wish the TV was bigger. The furniture is a bit big for the verandah but comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Excellent position, on deck 7, Very happy with the room.
Nice decor creating ambience.
Bed was so comfortable and linen and pillows made us have a good nights sleep. Beds were turned down every night, chocolates left and nie towel arrangements done and rose petals on bed too one night, making every little thing nicer.
Table and chairs for in room dining,room service excellent, we had breakfast in room each day and the table was laid with table cloht and set out elegantly.
drinks cabinet and fridge was stocked up daily.
Nice walk in closet with plenty of hanging space, chest of drawers and had a safe.
balcony had enough space with table and chairs, again enough space for outside dining and waiters would lay out with table cloth , napkins ect. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful location...on the same deck as the Grand Salon (the evening entertainment took place here as well as assembling for daily tours). There's also a whirlpool outside on this deck and we made good use of it. The suite was absolutely perfect...walk-in closet, huge bath with separate shower and tub, lovely furnishings and of course we loved the verandah! Read entire member review >>
Big closet with more than enough hangers. Good-sized cabin. More than enough cabinets and drawer space. Spacious, marble-clad bathroom with separate bathtub and shower stall. Convenient location. Noise was not an issue. Comfortable and firm bed. Clean and well-maintained. Balcony was not huge but big enough for a table and 2 lounge chairs. Read entire member review >>
The V6 rating refers to elevation. That is, this is the same as a V1 cabin, but it happens to be the only such cabin on deck 10. All other cabins are expanded suites. Because there are no decks above with cabins, verandas on this deck are open to the sky. The penalty for the height is that you might feel the ship's rolling a bit more here. Read entire member review >>
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