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Ship -  Symphony of the Seas

Deck -  10

Stateroom # - 10709

Stateroom Category – boardwalk balcony  

Starboard or Port Side - Starboard

 

Quiet Stateroom? (With comments on problems) – For the most part.  When Aqua Show was on you can still hear it with balcony door closed. But it wasn’t terrible. When you are tired enough from the fun, it’s no problem going to sleep 😆

 

Was stateroom a connecting stateroom? - No

 

If an aft cabin, was soot a problem? - N/A

 

Any specific problems with this cabin? - No

 

Any other comments? -  Great view from the balcony.  Room is about halfway to the back over the boardwalk. Could still see the ocean, and the Aqua show Wot not much obstruction from the Abyss slide.  Trundle bed for the kids so they didn’t have to share the same space and kick each other lol.  Sofa closest to balcony.  Clothing space is minimal. I miss the upper shelves above the desk like on Oasis, to store things like sunglasses, sunscreen, etc.  

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Ship -  Mariner of the Seas

Deck -  6

Stateroom # - 6504

Stateroom Category – Oceanview  

Starboard or Port Side - Forward

 

Quiet Stateroom? (With comments on problems) – For the most part.  On port days, the noise while lowering and raising the anchor is pretty loud and there is a bit of shaking.  Honestly, other than on our late sailaway in Nassau (midnight), it wasn't a problem since we were up early on port days and on deck during sail away.  Someone who goes to bed early may want to consider the noise and shaking if you have a late port day.

 

Was stateroom a connecting stateroom? - No

 

If an aft cabin, was soot a problem? - N/A

 

Any specific problems with this cabin? - No

 

Any other comments? -  The view from this cabin is wonderful with the large, round window.  The one thing we didn't know about in advance is the forward facing windows require the drapes to be closed at night so as to not disrupt the bridge.  That was disappointing from a looking at the stars perspective.  

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Ship - Ovations of The Seas

Deck - 7

Stateroom # - 7128

Stateroom Category –Balcony

Starboard or Port Side - starboard

 

Quiet Stateroom? – NO - see below

 

Was stateroom a connecting stateroom? - No

 

Balcony View - Give comments on view, noting if location of any obstructions was an issue. – great scenic view, ledge outside stops direct view down side of ship.

Balcony Size? Normal or oversized for class? - Normal

Was wind a problem? - No

 

If an aft cabin, was soot a problem? - N/A

 

Any specific problems with this cabin? - Yes, very noisy compared to the other 2 cabins I have had on Ovation in the past - mostly water noises of all kinds as if the plumbing from many cabins was running through the roof or walls at the front of the cabin. Toilet was also very loud which I reported along with the rest of the noise & they fixed the toilet same day, but running water, hearing lots of other flush like sounds etc continued & would often wake us up middle of the night. Opposite this cabin is housekeeping areas, so not sure if pipe work happened to connect into there etc. Also could hear anchor drop and cabin vibrated slightly during that process - but cabin is quite forward in position so no surprise in that regard.

  

 Any other comments? - No 

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On 6/23/2010 at 4:16 PM, Kokomo91165 said:

Special thanks to Mysticks1 on the Celebrity Cruises forum for this idea. I would like to begin to assemble one for Royal Caribbean.

 

To the moderators, I would appreciate if we could make this a "sticky" at the top of the page for all to see.

 

Every week or two I will post a PDF for all the ships and cabin information compiled here.

 

Please, refrain from posting cabin questions here so this can purely be an informative thread, especially for those that are first time cruisers or seasoned cruisers looking for a great cabin.

 

The template is as follows:

 

Ship -Radiance

Deck -7

Stateroom # -7094

Stateroom Category –

Starboard or Port Side -Port

 

Quiet Stateroom? (With comments on problems) –no! Right next to centrum. Very noisy when bands playing, which was every night. Sometimes til 11. Guest services solution was to close fire door, which helped, but banged every time someone went through. Cannot rest in daytime either as bands play most afternoons.

 

Was stateroom a connecting stateroom? -

 

Balcony View - Give comments on view, noting if location of any obstructions was an issue. – Obstruction below from lifeboat cover.

Balcony Size? Normal or oversized for class? - extra large angled.

Was wind a problem? -no

 

If an aft cabin, was soot a problem? -

 

Any specific problems with this cabin? -

 

Any other comments? -very shabby

 

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Ship - Grandeur of the Seas

Deck - 3

Stateroom # -3745

Stateroom Category – Inside

Starboard or Port Side - Center (neither port nor starboard)

 

Quiet Stateroom? (With comments on problems) – Not quiet at all.  This room is next to a mechanical room, possibly some type of ventilation. Constant loud noise with vibration.  We were fortunately able to another room in the same category and deck, on the port side.

 

Was stateroom a connecting stateroom? - No

 

Balcony View - None

Balcony Size? None

Was wind a problem? - NO

 

If an aft cabin, was soot a problem? -

 

Any specific problems with this cabin? - It is adjacent to a mechanical room, possibly some type of ventilation/HVAC.  Constant noise with vibration.

 

Any other comments? - well maintained, and very clean.

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Is there a spreadsheet for this thread?  It would make it much easier to find the ship/cabin that you are looking for.  Please and thank you.

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