Above average in size and appearance. Tub with shower gives bathroom a larger feel than most. Shampoo, conditioner and body wash via dispenser in shower and small bottle of lotion were all better quality. Only criticism, as with almost all ship cabins, would be the lack of soundproofing between cabins. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was adequate with twin beds and a love seat couch. There was enough space for everything but I would have like to see more drawers than cubby spots for storage. Plenty of hangers in the closet. The room was kept very tidy, asked for ice once never had to ask again. The balcony had two standard chairs and tiny table. The temperature in the room was well controlled. The bath room had a cabinet, I really thought the tub was not needed. Must be difficult for people with mobility to step over and into it. Shower curtains got to go. No plumbing problems, no odors no excessive noise. We were right by a bank of elevators that nicely took us to the back of the Lido and back pool. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin and Room Stewart was GREAT! Nice and clean, No smells, Bed nice and Comfy, Big bathroom with double sink, tub and shower. We had room service every morning of coffee and crescents to start our day on the Verandah....delivered on time. What a way to spend our mornings!!!! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was nice size with a large balcony in a quiet area of the ship. I like being near the front. The bed was a little too close to the hall, which made it difficult to walk around but other than that, the room was perfect. The bathroom had a bathtub. There is some wear and tear in the bathrooms that has been repaired, but it doesn't look new. Still very functional and great size bath. Cabin stewards kept the place spotless and were just wonderful. Bed super comfortable and bedding very nice. The chairs and sofa appeared to have been recently recovered in bright and lovely fabrics. Very happy with the cabin! Read entire member review >>
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