It needed to be a bit bigger.
It needed freshening up, sofa is not comfortable to sit on.
Safe needs to be bigger. Travelling with ipads and computers, the safe needs to fit bigger items. Read entire member review >>
The bed was very comfortable, so were the pillows. The mini-fridge was stocked daily with whatever you specified. The cabin attendants were very friendly. The tub/shower did have a high step but walk-in showers are available. There is a safe in the closet. Wraps and nice robes are provided but aren't included so if you take them, you'll be charged. There was room to eat dinner and watch free movies. Room service was punctual and the menu was impressive. All cabins have balconies so you can order appetizers and drinks and watch the world go by. Our cabin was so quiet you had to open the door to hear the Captain's daily announcements. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin with super comfy bed. Bathroom was nice with great shower, no bath since we were told that without tub you get more head room and since my husband was 6'4" it was good for him. Balcony was wonderful with lounge chairs, blankets, binoculars and great view. Read entire member review >>
305 sq ft was plenty of room. My friend and I shared a king size bed. There was plenty of room for all our clothes, etc. Bathroom was not huge but ample room for shaving/showering. Our attendant kept the room in great shape when we returned from outings, etc. Good attention to detail in the cabin. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin,( 842, midship)was very nice. There is plenty of space, two people should never feel cramped. The new balcony furniture is fantastic, very comfortable chairs. They are a great improvement since our last cruise on the Mariner in 2012. Our cabin was maintained in excellent fashion by our room stewardess and steward Read entire member review >>
Fantastic walk in wardrobe with ample hanging space, which then offers more overall room within the stateroom.
Outstanding virtually fully tiled bathroom - the best shower i have had on any cruise ship with walk in enclosure and rainfall shower head. Read entire member review >>
Port side, great location for our cruise, as we faced most interesting ports. Opposite Amalfi docks when anchored; Opposite Monte Carlo Casino when anchored; opposite San Margherita when anchored are two examples.... Room has a tub, which was my wife's favorite. No critical issues or comments Read entire member review >>
The "E" category veranda suite compares very favorably to the Princess standard although it was nice to have extra seating. The closest was a bit small for our luggage and clothing but otherwise roomy for 2 people Read entire member review >>
The balcony cabin midships was absolutely brilliant. Walk in robe was a "god send" for such a long cruise. Bathroom was big enough for 2 people to be in there at the same time. Very rare on all other vessels we have been on. Separate seating area to bed area and then the balcony. Very comfortable and very clean and one never felt any cabin fever. Read entire member review >>
848 is a standard "Deluxe" suite. The bathroom has a bath with shower over the bath (important for us). Only slight problem - it is right against a bulkhead and I believe that this impeded transmission of e mails etc on the internet. It did not interfere with internet access at all. Just uploading was problemmatic. Its mid-ship location would be great in high seas, but we didn't experience that! Read entire member review >>
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