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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom
Queen-size bed (converts to two twin beds); Sitting area; Private bathroom with shower; Vanity; Closed-circuit LCD TV; DVD/CD player; Bose SoundDock speakers; Personal safe; Refrigerator; Mini-bar; Hair dryer; International direct-dial phone; Wireless internet; Cell-phone service; Magnifying mirrors; Euro-Top mattresses; Luxury bedding; Egyptian cotton towels; Plush robes; Slippers; One standard U.S. 110 V and one European 220 V electric outlet 60 Hz AC; Toiletries by L'Occitane; Fresh fruit and flowers

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom (BX) Cabin Reviews

Amazing : Cabin 132
Well appointed. Lots of storage. Beautiful bed linens and comfy beds. Great shower and water pressure.
Well appointed. Lots of storage. Beautiful bed linens and comfy beds. Great shower and water pressure. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
The cabin is small, but very well appointed. Plenty of space for our bags, our clothes and snorkeling gear. The cabin steward kept the cabin clean and neat throughout the trip. We purchased the laundry plan and each morning a bag of ... Read More
The cabin is small, but very well appointed. Plenty of space for our bags, our clothes and snorkeling gear. The cabin steward kept the cabin clean and neat throughout the trip. We purchased the laundry plan and each morning a bag of dirty clothes were picked up and at the end of the day clean clothes were waiting for us in our room. It allowed me to pack all the clothes I need for an 11 day cruise including my snorkel and mask in a single carry-on suitcase! Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Our Cabin (Number 110, category BX) was an Ocean View with 188 sq’ which is about the same size as one on a River Cruise ship which was the same layout as all others (except the owner’s Suite 220 sq’) Unfortunately, room 110 ... Read More
Our Cabin (Number 110, category BX) was an Ocean View with 188 sq’ which is about the same size as one on a River Cruise ship which was the same layout as all others (except the owner’s Suite 220 sq’) Unfortunately, room 110 was located near the ship’s turbine powered generator so the noise was quite loud. The next morning we asked the Reception Desk if it were possible to change rooms. Fortunately there were other rooms available that were much quieter so we moved to room 204. I later checked the noise levels at the rest of the ship and found that the rooms forward of rooms 120 and 220 were very quiet. The layout of both rooms was very well designed with plenty of storage. It had a large closet, a four drawer dresser, and storage bins overhead. There's also open shelving on either side of the queen size bed. Our room also had table with two seats that converted into a small bed for a child if needed. There were also reading lights above the bed and five 110-volt electrical outlets located in useful places. There was a clock in the room so we easily knew the time. The bathroom was good size and very well designed. The shower was the best of any cruise ship or hotel that I have ever experienced. Amenities included a 30-inch flat-screen TV (with a DVD player), a small fridge with complimentary sodas, robes and slippers, toiletries from L'Occitane, a hairdryer, safe. The TV channels included BBC, Fox News, MSNBC, CNBC, US Prime, Sky News and Sky Sports News in addition three movie channels. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Very reasonable size, especially with the table/chair set up that allows you to eat in if you really feel the need to (we didn't). Loads of storage space. Ample room under the bed to store suitcases. Plenty of hanging space in ... Read More
Very reasonable size, especially with the table/chair set up that allows you to eat in if you really feel the need to (we didn't). Loads of storage space. Ample room under the bed to store suitcases. Plenty of hanging space in wardrobe for his and her clothing. Enough space in the fridge to store two bottles of our own wine. Perfectly adequate bathroom, again cleverly designed so there was a lot of shelving space for all (her) toiletries. Great water pressure in shower. No musty smell like Princess Cruises. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Be aware that this ship DOES NOT ACCOMMODATE individuals requiring any assistance for mobility. The gangway only has steps, there are no elevators, and there are no handicapped toilets. The ship and itinerary are intended for active adults ... Read More
Be aware that this ship DOES NOT ACCOMMODATE individuals requiring any assistance for mobility. The gangway only has steps, there are no elevators, and there are no handicapped toilets. The ship and itinerary are intended for active adults without small children. Five sets of rooms on the lower deck have an additional door at the inset entry from the corridor that make it convenient for a family to share a two-room suite, an option that the upper deck of rooms do not have. There are no balcony cabins, but all have two porthole windows. Each cabin has a safe and a small refrigerator. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Elegant and relaxing : Cabin 108
Though a bit cramped around the bed there was plenty of storage options and the bathroom was one of the better bathrooms we have had.
Though a bit cramped around the bed there was plenty of storage options and the bathroom was one of the better bathrooms we have had. Read Less
Sail Date December 2016
Our room steward was a young man named Sandar from Bali. Our room was absolutely perfect. Every day when we came in he had made us a towel animal- bats, monkeys, elephants. They were so cute!!
Our room steward was a young man named Sandar from Bali. Our room was absolutely perfect. Every day when we came in he had made us a towel animal- bats, monkeys, elephants. They were so cute!! Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
Our Cabiln was fantastic and no noise at all. Be careful coooseing cabins not to get one in front of the Gangway as you can see into these cabins when tendering.
Our Cabiln was fantastic and no noise at all. Be careful coooseing cabins not to get one in front of the Gangway as you can see into these cabins when tendering. Read Less
Sail Date July 2015

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