Medium sized cabin, with a small sofa, closets and writing desk with chair. small LCD TV.
High standard of cleaning and setting up for day and night by the attendant.
Two medium sized beds with thick mattresses, covers and blanket. Two pillows, long and short.
Small bath tub, and shower, with "vacuum" toilet. shampoo, conditioner and bath oil in pumps. Large bath soap. Hair conditoiner was poor quality.
Many large, medium and small towels.
Window could view the Lower Promenade but was obstructed because of a vertical pillar holding the upper decks. Mostly kept the window shade on because the lower promenade had many walkers night and day. Read entire member review >>
Constant noise from above from the Galley attached to the Rotterdam Dining room. Trolleys being wheeled over hard floors, banging and clanging of pans. To be avoided at all costs. Read entire member review >>
3383 on the Promenade Deck.Partial view, but generally OK.Windows mirrored, people walk past, but it didn't worry us.Handy for the Rotterdam Restaurant.Room generally good, but a refit must be due soon. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was described as obscured view. The obstruction was said to be the walking track around the deck. The obstructions also included a bulkhead right in front of the window. Could not see the ocean without climbing up on the windowsill and craning your neck. Go for an inside cabin and save money. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 3422, "partially obstructed view" but good view across Promenade Deck (though limited due to a part of the deck having a wall that blocked our view looking backward). Room was in a good location for easy access to Promenade Deck, as well as to elevators going up to Rotterdam Dining and Lido buffet areas. The cabin was larger than expected. Bathroom and storage sizes good,(deep) tub. Suitcases can be stored under bed. Room could use some refurbishing - there was a piece of wood just stuck in a crack for "chocking" on the finishing strip above the TV. There was no hall noise due to being near the back of the ship so few people walked down that way. When the engine was reversed to back out of a docking area, the noise was horribly loud and very uncomfortable and our cabin shook horrendously. Felt like the whole ship was going to shake apart! Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 3430 on the lower promenade deck. It is at the rear of the ship near an outside door. The door was rarely used by people, so any banging from doors closing was minimal. It was an obstructed view from the window, but not totally obstructed and besides, we didn't spend time sitting in our cabin looking out! Disabled bathroom was great. Closet space good. It is a bit bigger than the average stateroom. Read entire member review >>
3429 - Wheelchair accessible cabin. Huge, with room for the manual chair to stay open, and closet space for three. Ingenious drainage system in the roll-in shower. Downside is that cabin window looks out onto the promenade deck. Window is heavily silvered, so it is difficult to look into the room from outside during the day, but at night the curtains must be drawn. Very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1953 was a good location toward the aft of the ship starboard. Minor upgrades from dry dock (they said they ran out of time) Mirror needs replacing.
Soap & shampoo now attached to wall in shower.
Fruit on request
Window was rusty & stained
Kept well serviced each day Read entire member review >>
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