Large Ocean View Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area with sofa, vanity area and a private bathroom. (170 sq. ft.)

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Large Ocean View Stateroom (F) Cabin Reviews

Family Cruise : Cabin 3010
Sail Date: January 2018
It's a cabin... Same as all the others. Read More
It's a cabin... Same as all the others. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Cabin was fine, large enough for two, nice view out of port window. Read More
Cabin was fine, large enough for two, nice view out of port window. Read Less
Baltic Cruise : Cabin 4586
Sail Date: July 2017
I wanted a window because of the view going and coming from Stockholm - the Stockholm archipelago- This rooms window was so big! It was at least four feet by four feet. I understand the area was former dining room so that is why the ... Read More
I wanted a window because of the view going and coming from Stockholm - the Stockholm archipelago- This rooms window was so big! It was at least four feet by four feet. I understand the area was former dining room so that is why the window is so large. It was totally worth it! The room has a bed (queen or two singles) and a couch. It was large and seemed luxurious - my previous cruise I was in an interior room. One great feature (beside the window) was that here is no shower curtain - there is a round glass door that closes that really makes a difference in taking a shower. I loved this room. One minor drawback (which no one has mentioned) was there is a slight noise from somewhere in the boat (not from the Centrum that you are very near - there are sound proof doors and the room is well insulated.) I want to say it is an engine sound but when we were in port I heard it. To me it seemed like white noise - it did not bother me but it was present. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
We had a twin room with a porthole, 3rd level, and a single room without a porthole 4th level. I recommend getting a porthole for summer cruising in the Baltic, with all the daylight, and for checking the scenery first thing in the ... Read More
We had a twin room with a porthole, 3rd level, and a single room without a porthole 4th level. I recommend getting a porthole for summer cruising in the Baltic, with all the daylight, and for checking the scenery first thing in the morning. The twin room had a tiny couch too, so it was more relaxing than the windowless single room. Both rooms were spotless with excellent room attendants. Tip! Level 4 is the same level as the Centrum Bar and the Guest Services and the Reflections Dining Room. This was a very convenient level, especially for an older passenger. Read Less
Great size : Cabin 4014
Sail Date: May 2017
room was neat and clean. Read More
room was neat and clean. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2017
The cabin was very clean and quite small but you could work with it. There were lots of nooks and crannies of space to put your belongings even under the bed, in the mirrors and a washing line in the shower. Read More
The cabin was very clean and quite small but you could work with it. There were lots of nooks and crannies of space to put your belongings even under the bed, in the mirrors and a washing line in the shower. Read Less

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