Kindly contributed by Cruise Critic member ‘SharonN’. Photos taken in August 2017.
The cabin was under Billboard On Board but we didn’t hear anything from it and was very quiet. I’d probably stay away from the ones a bit further back that are under the Queens Lounge and BBKings band though. The cabin was smaller than insides on the other HAL ships. The only thing we really missed was having a couch to sit on. You had to sit on the desk chair or the bed but we got used to it. When you walk in the door the closets are on the left and the bathroom door on the right. There are only 3 closet sections but we didn’t have any problem getting our clothes etc stored away. The left one is all hanging, the middle one is half hanging and half shelves, and the right one has the Safe in the upper part, a mini-fridge in the middle, and 3 drawers on the bottom. There are also 3 drawers in the desk and 2 drawers each on the night stands. The large TV is across from the bed with a magazine rack below it which was very convenient for storing daily programs etc so they didn’t get cluttered on the desk. There were 3 outlets at the desk and USB ports at each night stand so plenty of room to charge batteries. The bathroom was compact but the shower was large and very nice.