Cabin was a bit worn but clean. House keeping staff did a great job. Rusty water came out of the bathtub pipes when my husband was washing his shoes. Balcony door and a couple of lights that went out during the cruise were repaired promptly. Wish I could have done something about the guy on the other side of the wall who snored so loudly that he made cattle restless at 50 miles. It was so bad a couple of nights that I had to sleep on the sofa. Thank goodness, The Voyager had a long enough sofa to sleep on. Closet and storage space is adequate. The balcony chairs were the most comfortable ones in the cabin. The barrel chairs, not so much. We were coming up on Christmas, but 2 weeks of nothing but Christmas music on the TV and about the ship is too much. Read entire member review >>
We like the spacious cabins on Regent ships, and the king-sized beds, walk-in closets, and huge bathrooms. We were mid-ship Concierge on 9 Deck with outstanding steward and stewardess. Veranda furniture was comfortable as well, when you had time to use them. Read entire member review >>
As noted in the review, the cabin is spacious, bedding is excellent. Maintenance is an issue - we experienced a broken closet door, floor night light was askew. Awkwardly placed television and a goofy sign in the lighted cabinet which tells you not to put anything in it because the lights get too hot. Read entire member review >>
close to activity center. Convenient location. Next to utility room (?), did not notice noise until last day. our sleep was not interrupted in any way.
the shower floor was sloped away from the drain, a bit of annoyance while taking shower. not used to standing in pooled water. Read entire member review >>
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