Cabin was a decent size and well maintained. Our stateroom attendant Annis was excellent, always made sure we had plenty of soap and towels. His towel animals added a really nice touch. The cabin had a 2 seater couch and a desk, and even a kettle and mugs for tea and coffee. Don't forget to bring a travel adapter for 110 volts, but no powerboards are allowed. There is a hair dryer provided. You can use the phone to call between rooms or leave a message which makes it easy to keep in touch. Read entire member review >>
An interior quad, it had two Pullmans, a 2 seater couch, chair. For four people there is insufficient storage space, we were unable to unpack all our suitcases and we did not have an excessive amount of clothing, only five cases between the seven of us. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was perfectly adequate for our needs - clean and tidy & well serviced. We don't spend much time in our cabin, but we were happy. It was the first time we were so far forward, but experienced good sleep, with the slight movement of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Room was a simple inside cabin. Nothing different here. Maybe a new TV. Small fridge and a TV. All worked fine. Fridge was cool but I wouldn't be storing chicken in there if you get my drift. Enough to keep a few bottles of water cool. Met our room attendant, Laury. Was a GREAT guy. Always smiling, and our room was spotless for the 14 days. Had adjoining rooms which was handy and very quiet. Although it was mentioned that I could be heard sneezing through the walls at night? So I dunno! I had no issues personally. Read entire member review >>
Great location - no noise from upstairs and only one side is a cabin - the other is a steward service area and not noisy at all. Another positive was that you are near all the suites and we experienced no bad behaviour or noise in the corridor which could be due to the lower number of cabins around us vs lower decks or the people just having better behaved kids! Compact cabin given we utilised the 2 pullman / bunk beds but great value for money. Fantastic access to pools and lifts - small walk aft to meals but probably a good thing to work off the desserts!! Read entire member review >>
Bed to room dimensions too small had to climb over bed to get to toilet.
Closet good size
Hallway too noisy from children running.
Couch & bed too hard.
Dont like too pay for water. Read entire member review >>
we had a disabled cabin on the ninth deck 9553 inside cabin and was quite spacious for four people it had one double bed and then a lounge made out to fit another two people. the bathroom was quite big and easily accessible for people with disabilities. it even had a pull down hanger in the cupboard for people with disabilities to get their hung up clothes down easily. and a pull out little green chair in the shower recess. Read entire member review >>
Bathroom was barely adequate - shower recess extremely small (and we're only 60+ kg's) - We were not impressed with the odour that was in our room from time to time - (not nice!!) but our cabin attendant bent over backwards to try to rectify these shortcomings - this is an interconnecting cabin and noise transmits easily from adjoining cabin through connecting door
( not good for privacy or intimacy) Read entire member review >>
This cabin is on deck 10, aft. It was very convenient to dining room, Windjammer, and Ocean Adventure. There was no noise, except occasionally from very inconsiderate, late night cruisers, who walk and talk loudly down the halls late at night (that will happen no matter where you are!). Cabin is small for 4 persons, but well organized, and adequate. We kept the lower beds apart for more walking space in the room. Read entire member review >>
inside hall...yes inside, but always quite! Would separate the beds if we did it again.. They were shoved together which left us tripping up trying to get out with so little room curtains, and bed covers. Read entire member review >>
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