Large Oceanview Stateroom-G1: Vision of the Seas

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 Floor Plan


Size: 151 sq ft.

Occupancy: 2 guests standard

Amenities: Two twin beds that convert to a queen-sized bed a large picture window private bathroom with shower mini-safe vanity area radio hairdryer phone internet access and closed-circuit TV.

Please Note: Staterooms 3000 3002 3500 and 3502 have two porthole windows instead of a picture window.

Wheelchair Accessible Staterooms: 2102 and 2602 (255 sq. ft.)

Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to Queen with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.

Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms; as of January 1 2014 smoking will also be prohibited on balconies.

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Large Oceanview Stateroom G1 Reviews

3 out of 5

The Little Ship that Couldn't by mrnew2008

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The ship's announcer should seek the advice of the cabin stewards before announcing to the entire ship and all passenger's "rooms were inspected and ready for use." The Cabin Stewards were still working, the floor needed attention, the bathroom was not available, and the sofa was still in cleaning preparation. (I know cabins are not readily available upon embarkation as I wait patiently, but the ship should not announce readiness, if the cabins are not ready.) The cabin was well laid out with plenty of space for a family of 4 with room to maneuver with the beds expanded all day. The cruise shower was extremely small in comparison to other ships. This was the smallest cruise shower I have ever had. If you want ice, you must request it through guest services as it is not standard.

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3 out of 5

Very good, but not great! by tcayer

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The ship was small, and we booked the cheapest ocean view room we could, but the room was even smaller than I expected. A double bed, with maybe 10 inches on either side, with fold down bunks above it on each side. A two-seat couch, with a "living space" of about 3 x 4 feet, then the hall to the door with bathroom and closet. I've had inside rooms on all but one of my other cruises, and they were all bigger than this! (Still, see above- we booked our next cruise on the same class ship!) 

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