Smallest inside cabin we have ever had,hole in sheet and top canopy.air conditioning could not be turned off and temperatures never altered whatever it was set on.
No toiletries,no slippers or robes. Read entire member review >>
location was great, right around the corner from elevator. overall cabin was average for this type of ship, however the mattresses were shot, Uneven, bottomed out and very uncomfortable. Advised steward and management, both were sympathetic but claimed to be unable to make change. Shower also appeared to be smaller than average. Read entire member review >>
Wonderful inside cabin that was perfectly dark to allow great sleeping experience. Very very quiet could not even hear outside when they were vacuuming. Very clean and organized set up. We were brought a refrigerator for our use. Read entire member review >>
My last cruise experience was very disappointing and I do not intend to ever travel with Royal Caribbean again. The staff was very helpful and hospitable, however the boat was very old and should be retired ASAP. I was conveniently told by the representative over the phone that my room was a very nice spot on the boat, however realized that my room was conveniently located next to the orchestra for the shows so rest was impossible. Eating on the cruise was a job in itself as every time I would feel hungry and would think of eating the restaurants would be closed. As well as being woken up abruptly in the middle of the morning in Belize by the boat dropping the anchor in which I thought was the boat sinking. Even more complaining coming from the boat rocking the entire time and I have gone on some bad cruises but this boat is by far the worst for this in that I could barely stand when walking around. So thank you for the overwhelmingly bad experience and I will be in search of a new company to travel with next time. Read entire member review >>
Our room was the very small, but not as small as I felt cramped. i had just got back from living in Brazil for 3 months sharing a very small apartment, so this felt wonderful. Nothing was broken, everything was clean. My brother is very slow at getting ready so I always went first and him second and we never felt in each others way, which is remarkable since it doesn't take much to light the fuse lol! Read entire member review >>
• Cabin Number: 2705• Cabin Category: Lower, Inside, Center (The most stabilized section of the ship).• Your review: Compact and clean. CABIN ISSUES: • The smallest inside cabin we have ever stayed in. • No mini-fridge, therefore all the drinks (warm) and snacks were just spread out across the bedroom vanity counter. • The bathroom and the clothes closet lacked sufficient shelving. • No ice bucket in the room, but available through the attendant. • It took the cabin attendant 1 ½ days to replenish an empty box of tissues.• Some very slight wear-and-tear noted in the cabin. • The bottom corner of the bathroom metal door frame/floor had some rust. Read entire member review >>
Probably the worst cabin I have ever been in. A group from Cruise Critic went went on a Cabin Crawl and there were a lot of complaints with the cabins....Uncomfortable bed, bad layout, hard to regulate water temperature and no toiletries.... Read entire member review >>
internal; good size for twin arrangement (less useable floor space if double bed). PITCH black when door shut / lights off!; shower could do with an overhaul, but adequate. Read entire member review >>
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