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Reflection cabin 9292...noise? Too close to stairs?

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Hello

we have booked Cabin 9292 on the Reflection. I grabbed the cabin as it has an angled hump balcony (really nice😊). 
I am now noticing that it is very close to the elevator and stairs. 
Does anyone know if it is right across from the entranceway to the stairs or if it is a little further down. It is hard to tell on the deck plan. (I did look at the spreadsheet, and no reported noise issues, but I am still concerned)

 

thanks in advance 

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According to the deck plan your cabin is just aft of the doorway leading to the elevator and stair lobby. There are doors on that doorway, so I wouldn't expect noise to be a factor unless someone decided to have a spontaneous party there.

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1 minute ago, mom says said:

According to the deck plan your cabin is just aft of the doorway leading to the elevator and stair lobby. There are doors on that doorway, so I wouldn't expect noise to be a factor unless someone decided to have a spontaneous party there.

Thanks mom says, that was what I was hoping..that the cabin isn’t directly across from stairway entrance. 
(I can’t remember for sure but I think the sliding door is on the other side (forward) of the elevators..but regardless I’m even worried about the swishing sound of the door 🥺🥴)

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It is a great area and no issue with noise. We always book those cabins and has been excellent ! Enjoy that balcony. It’s FABULOUS!

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We have had both 1A and C2 cabins on decks 8/9/10 near the elevators and have never had any noise issues. 

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Was on the Reflection in February in cabin 9292.Great cabin -no elevator or sliding door noise, but some occasional noise from room attendants closet just outside the cabin door.  Would book again

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There is no reason to worry. The wall between the staterooms and hallway will buffer any sounds. And, you living and bedroom areas are next to the ocean waves.....

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If you are concerned about noise outside your cabin, consider a sound machine.  I always sleep with a sound machine that makes white noise.  I can not hear neighborhood dogs barking outside at night.  It will block sound outside the cabin, too.  I used to use ear plugs to block noise, but the sound machine works so much better.  Ear plugs fall out of my ears and can be bothersome, too.  I don’t expect there will be much noise outside the cabin, but the sound machine makes sure I don’t hear anything.

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We had Reflection stateroom 9292 for a 24 day B2B in August and September. No noise problem whatsoever. Great location. 2 loungers on the balcony in addition to the chairs and table.

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