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Deluxe Ocean-View Verandah Stateroom
Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower, sitting area, private verandah, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 212–359 sq. ft. including verandah.

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Deluxe Ocean-View Verandah Stateroom (VC) Cabin Reviews

vacation : Cabin 5092
Sail Date: May 2019
very spacious, lots of storage
very spacious, lots of storage Read Less
Sail Date: April 2019
As written in the review, our cabin was directly dirty on arrival. The aircondition worked well 4 out of 28 days. The rest of the time it was either far too hot or far too cold in the cabin. Terrible.
As written in the review, our cabin was directly dirty on arrival. The aircondition worked well 4 out of 28 days. The rest of the time it was either far too hot or far too cold in the cabin. Terrible. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
Cabin was tight for four people, but we expected this and learned to adapt. Our room steward Frank is super. We did not use Club HAL.
Cabin was tight for four people, but we expected this and learned to adapt. Our room steward Frank is super. We did not use Club HAL. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
Very large square cabin with lots of storage space. Large balcony with both chaise longues and chairs. Large bathroom with both tub and shower. Noticeable creaking in cabin when ship in motion.
Very large square cabin with lots of storage space. Large balcony with both chaise longues and chairs. Large bathroom with both tub and shower. Noticeable creaking in cabin when ship in motion. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2018
As for the room, we were in Verandah stateroom 8143. This was a fan tail cabin with a large balcony and great view off the back of the ship. The storage space for two was adequate for a 2 week cruise. The placement of the closet was ... Read More
As for the room, we were in Verandah stateroom 8143. This was a fan tail cabin with a large balcony and great view off the back of the ship. The storage space for two was adequate for a 2 week cruise. The placement of the closet was directly opposite the bathroom door, so it became clear right away, if someone was in the bathroom, it needed to be stated that the other person was in the closet so as not to be bumped / hurt. The hallway past the bathroom and the closet opened up into the main part of the cabin. What was nice here is that there was a curtain separating these two parts of the cabin. So, if one person came back to the cabin after the other was asleep, cloths could be changed in this part of the room without disrupting the other person’s sleep. The bathroom door open could provide enough light for getting into and out of the closet space. Speaking of which, the cabin lighting itself was rather low with the balcony curtains being shut. A couple of tips here… get some magnetic hooks (mine support 14 lbs.). Hook space is limited with two in the bathroom and two in the main part of the cabin. Also, I brought along a motion sensor light to provide more light in the hallway entrance so as to avoid turning on the cabin lights and awaking the ‘other person’. This worked out really well, especially with the hallway curtain. Also, I brought along some battery operated tea lights so that the other person could find the desk / table space in the dark. Unfortunately, this cabin sits directly below the pool areas of the deck above. So, there was some noise that would happen around 8:00ish when deck chairs were being placed. Luckily this was a cool weather trip so deck chairs were not put out daily. But, this is just a note to be prepared. If you are an early riser, like myself, this is not a problem. We had a burnt out reading light and the screws had come off the door cover to the mini fridge. Both of these were maintenance issue that were addressed within 1 day. PS, we had two room stewards who were outstanding. Thank you to Anggi and Risar. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
Our cabin in June 2018 was looking particularly tired. It was spotlessly clean, but in need of a decor refurbishment.
Our cabin in June 2018 was looking particularly tired. It was spotlessly clean, but in need of a decor refurbishment. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2018
Great service from Sun & Enis. These guys work hard.
Great service from Sun & Enis. These guys work hard. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
This cabin was on the starboard side right at the aft elevators. This ended up being a very good location since the dining and pools are in the back of the ship. Fitness center is in the front so this was the only thing we had to walk a ... Read More
This cabin was on the starboard side right at the aft elevators. This ended up being a very good location since the dining and pools are in the back of the ship. Fitness center is in the front so this was the only thing we had to walk a distance to. There was a little elevator noise but this was minimal and did not affect us at all. I can't say that the startboard side was better or worse than port side, but for all but one port we docked on the port side. For the Panama canal it doesn't matter which side you're on. You'll be outside in public areas most of the time while you're traversing the canal. The bed was extremely comfortable and the size of the cabin was what you would expect for a cruise. Obviously having a balcony for an 11 day cruise was the right way to go. Read Less
Cruisers BEWARE! : Cabin 8141
Sail Date: January 2018
The cabin was immaculate, refurbished and quite spacious compared to other cruise lines.
The cabin was immaculate, refurbished and quite spacious compared to other cruise lines. Read Less

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