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Oceanview (OB) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: April 2019
It was one of only two staterooms with wheel chair access. As such, it had more floor space than our balcony staterooms we stayed in mega ships in the past -- approximately 280 sq ft of total room space. The washroom and bathroom areas ... Read More
It was one of only two staterooms with wheel chair access. As such, it had more floor space than our balcony staterooms we stayed in mega ships in the past -- approximately 280 sq ft of total room space. The washroom and bathroom areas were about 56 sq ft of which the shower area was about 20 sq ft, the largest shower area we've had in our many years of cruising! There were many grab bars and amenities for physically-challenged guests in the washroom and shower areas. See body of review for details and why we considered this cabin our home away from home throughout our cruise. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
The cabin was a handicapped cabin and it was slightly larger than the other cabins. There was plenty of room for me to manuever and charge the scooter and also several panic buttons in various locations. The window was washed periodically ... Read More
The cabin was a handicapped cabin and it was slightly larger than the other cabins. There was plenty of room for me to manuever and charge the scooter and also several panic buttons in various locations. The window was washed periodically so we had a good view of harbor activities. There was a small fridge and a safe and a TV. But the TV was so small that I could not read things on it like sports scores or the upcoming program listing. The closets were quite narrow and small. The hanging racks were out of my reach unless I stood up. My bed was saggy in the middle so I spent the night clinging to the high side so that I would not roll out on the floor. The night stand next to the bed had a lamp fixed in the middle of it which meant that there was no room for the phone to sit straight on the table. We eventually moved the small table by the chair over to put the phone on. The cabin was under the promenade deck so it was a bit noisy sometimes when they were moving chairs there and there were also some ship noises. The door to the bathroom was very big and heavy- not an automatic door - I needed to use some muscle on it to get into the bathroom. There was no place to put anything on the sink. We had to hang a bag on the bars by the toilet to have wipes to use and my husband had to charge his razor out in the cabin. There was no clothesline to hang wet bathing suits or clothes unless one used the grab bars in the shower. There was a nice seat in th shower which I appreciated, and I could use the hand-held shower head. But the soap and shampoo bottles were difficult to reach from the shower seat. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Room was big enough--about the size of a New York hotel room. I wish the bed had been angled to see the television, but it was not under the porthole...it was against one wall, with the television at an odd angle from the bed.
Room was big enough--about the size of a New York hotel room. I wish the bed had been angled to see the television, but it was not under the porthole...it was against one wall, with the television at an odd angle from the bed. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
Lots of storage space, sufficient room
Lots of storage space, sufficient room Read Less
Sail Date: June 2016
This cabin was a great location. It was near the elevators and stairs, just steps away from the main lobby and only one deck below the main dining room. Because of its age, the cabin is beginning to show its age, but our cabin steward kept ... Read More
This cabin was a great location. It was near the elevators and stairs, just steps away from the main lobby and only one deck below the main dining room. Because of its age, the cabin is beginning to show its age, but our cabin steward kept it sparkling clean and well supplied. Read Less

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