We liked this cabin. More closet space than a balcony cabin we've hade in the past. However lighting could be much improved also the outlets - only one to charge devices which is pretty poor. The smell that seemed to always be in the hallway did seep into our cabin one night which was disconcerting but we never had to mention it to the staff as it dissipated. First time in a window cabin but really didn't mind it and very little motion or noise for us anyway. Found it a good location to move around the ship too. Elevators to restaurant just around the corner - only thing you had to remember is if you want anything on the 4th deck, walk to the elevators in the centre of the ship and use them. It was just that easy Read entire member review >>
Cramped but comfortable and accommodated our luggage. Needs some updating. Bathroom tile had some mold stains. We had a difficult time getting the hot water adjusted but they fixed it immediately. TV is so small and old you have to site close to see and hear it well. No room to really eat in the room; tiny table. It was fine for our 6 days on the ship & it forced us to wander around. Read entire member review >>
Our room was 1907, Oceanview on the Dolphin deck and somewhat to the middle of the ship. A great place to be in rough weather. Yes, we did have engine sounds but only when maneuvering. It was a good cabin and would love to have it again. The only problem was the shower seldom held a steady temperature. Not uncommon on cruise ships. Cold to hot, back again, repeat!
We have had balcony rooms several times and they had about the same amount of room as we had this time, only this cabin was arranged to use the space better. Read entire member review >>
We were assigned cabin D3331 by HAL. It was great for us. It is the first cabin off atrium on lower promenade, and we worried about noise from atrium. None! We embarked in Vancouver right next to our room and worried about diesel fuel smell at each port. None! We were 3 doors from self serve laundry, which was great. We were steps from the atrium staircase, from the elevators, and from another set of stairs that led to all things in the aft of the ship. The cabin is clean and well maintained, nothing to worry about regarding its age. We did not mind that the walking track was outside our window. It was fun people watching. My husband twice went out on deck while I stayed inside and turned various lights on and off. He said the only thing he could see was the fact that there was a fixture on the wall that was emanating light, but could not make out anything else. We kept our blinds and curtains open all day. Do not hesitate to take cabin 3331. Read entire member review >>
Nice room with a good view. Only a couple of electrical outlets and I had to have them bring me an extension cord so I could plug in my Capp machine. They tidied up the rooms each time we left it. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1893, starboard toward rear of ship, was a good choice for an economy outside cabin. Although deck 1 has some drawbacks as far as access to public areas, the room was more than adequate and had plenty of closet and storage space. There was some unusual noises on several nights (sounded like Marley's ghost dragging chains) but not a serious problem. The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom was adequate. One other drawback was no refrigerator. We've always had a small refrigerator in our cabin and missed not having one. They do provide ice buckets and plenty of ice. Read entire member review >>
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