Two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed Bathroom with small bath or shower and WC, Wardrobes and drawer space, Table, Vanity/writing desk and chair, Flat panel TV and radio, Safe, hairdryer and refrigerator, Tea/coffee making facilities, Direct dial telephone, Picture window, Fully air-conditioned.
We were a group of 3. On arrival to our cabin we found only 2 of everything. We asked and the 3rd items arrived in dribs and drabs.
Also we left our dry cleaning out as instructed but it was not taken and therefore unable to get it done in time for the formal night.Fortunately they have a passenger lundrey room so we were able to do a DIY dress steam. My friends personal hair towel was taken by mistake and unable to be located.
Our next observation was the cleanliness of the room. There were previous guest items on shelves and in draws.The carpet had clearly not been hoover and was not hoovered during our stay. Read entire member review >>
Adequate outside cabin on Deck 5 but noisy due to noise from stabilisers we assumed. Also ramp next door for embarking and departing customers meant the curtains needed to be kept closed on some days for privacy. Probably avoid this cabin Read entire member review >>
Usual balcony cabin on deck 14. Quiet location near the front lifts and stairs and only one deck below the self service restaurant and Lido deck and pools. Plenty of hanging and drawer space. The safe is easy to get to and use. The cabin was clean and well looked after with attractive pictures on the walls. Only complaint is that the TV controlls don't work unless you're stood right up to the TV so you can't change channels while in bed. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was good, clean, comfortable and we felt in a good position, close to the Atrium which gave good access to other areas of the ship. Our cabin stewardess Rosylin was fantastic, very friendly, always willing to help and advise, polite and willing to talk. The fact that we where almost front to mid on a lower deck ( deck 5 ) helped with my wife's sea sickness although this cruise was very smooth indeed. We did meet a couple of people who had upgraded to balcony cabins but regretted this after noting that during sea days their balcony was on the shaded side of the ship and therefore ended up on deck. Overall we where happy with the cabin. Read entire member review >>
P204 Cabin was really good and plenty of room the anchor and ropes that tied you to the docks acted as a great alarm clock so don't bother packing one!This really didn't bother me but reading other reviews I know what they are talking about. Read entire member review >>
Our outside cabin P245 on deck 5 forward. These have a large window and although I didn't know it beforehand (first cruise), really appreciated the outside cabin as we could see the waves and I like to wake up early in the morning, so enjoyed the natural light. We didn't close the curtains! It was great to kneel on the bed and look out as we pulled into a new port. Cabin P245 was perfect for us; near to the forward lifts in a large hallway (rather than down a corridor) and next to the gallery. Very quiet.
There's loads of hanging space in these cabins for all of your posh dresses! Read entire member review >>
P234 was a little noisy during the night on 2 nights, very close to the Launderette which was never busy and free and cool. Fixed twin beds, on reflection next time we are booking same deck but double bed but more towards mid ship to avoid the noise.
Spotless clean and more than ample space, we did not spend much time in here apart from to sleep so how big do you want the cabin?? Read entire member review >>
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