Our cabin was an oceanview on the left side at the front of the ship. Was quiet and we were happy with it. Further up the hall (toward the front) was where the orchestra practiced and we could hear them occasionally even though we were 10 cabins away. Not too bad with rough seas, though we could hear when they dropped the anchor (chain sounds as it lowered). Overall happy with the placement. Also, we exited for ports at decks 2 or 3 so this was handy in that regard. Read entire member review >>
The room was 170 sq ft. Small. But had enough storage space, nooks and crannys to store all our clothes and luggage. The bathrooms are microscopic, but I believe that's the norm on all cruise ships. The room has an old Tube TV which I believe is being upgraded to an LCD screen very soon. The RCL online service on the TV looks outdated and is in need of an upgrade.
The Picture Window was a decent size. The bed was large and really comfy. We slept really well.
I wish they's given us toiletries as none were present in the restrooms.
Our attendant was fantastic and provided us with ice, twice a day. He'd clean up whenever we were out of the room and made these funny towel animals every other day. Read entire member review >>
I was in room 3520, it was at the end of a hall (somewhat) I guess it was narrow because it was toward the front of the ship but I was alone so it wasn't a problem. It was convenient since the elevators were always slow, this was just a floor away from the main dining area and the elevators were just a few cabins away but this wasn't the main set, they were faster to the 11th floor and you had to just walk through the pool to get to the Windjammer buffet room. Very close to the spa and fitness area. It was also close to a disembark location for one day. I loved the location very much. Up one floor, you were at the main atrium. Read entire member review >>
I loved my cabin, but I'm handicapped and wish I didn't need that great room. Bur since I do need it, I'm glad it was so wonderful and well thought out. The window was a nice size for viewing when not on deck. The hall ways were a little narrow but it worked ok for my buggy. Read entire member review >>
Good space - comfortable cabin for 2. Located beneath the dining room on Deck 4 - had a noise issue a couple of nights with cleaning crew working mid-night on floor above. Security intervened and corrected problem. Read entire member review >>
We had no problem with our room, we knew it would be small so it was what we had expected. It was very quiet at night. In the morning however we did notice some banging above us, I'm guessing little ones slamming things around. We didn't spend much time during the day in the room so it wasn't an issue. Read entire member review >>
Small, but every square foot used wisely. Lots of closet and drawer space, we had unused storage space. King-sized bed is two singles shoved together, but was very comfortable. Bar fridge hidden inside closet kept medicine cold. TV swivelled to face bed. Bathroom was small but lots of space for personal items in cabinet. Shower stall had lots of room for one person, lots of hot water immediately. Read entire member review >>
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