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Balcony Cabins 19 Reviews
(approx 242-472 sq. ft.) Comfortable & stylish, your choice of Britannia stateroom shall be your inviting home from home throughout your memorable voyage. So settle down to a favourite movie on your television with satellite channels & music; should you feel peckish, summon room service at any hour. Returning to your private haven at the end of another sensational evening, appreciate the details that make such a difference: the bathrobe, slippers, & nightly turndown service with pillow chocolate
Balcony (A4)
Decks: Deck 4, Deck 5, Deck 6
Balcony (A4)

Cabin Rating
4035 Good location fairly near elevators and stairs. Quiet too.  Read entire member review.
My stateroom was 4103, which is a fully wheelchair accessible stateroom, with all the amenities that a disabled cruiser could ask for. The room has plenty open floor space to get around the room. The closets have some that are at a height so that the disabled person can get their clothes from the hangers etc... the roll-in shower room, again, is big enough to turn a wheelchair in. The toilet seat is lower so that the wheelchair user doesn't need to struggle with different heights of ledges. The sink is at a suitable height for wheelchair users with a mirror at the same height. With regards to the balcony itself, there is a tiny slope either side of the doorway for smooth access. I would say that this is about 1/2 inches high, but with a gentle slope. The balcony for this stateroom is in a curved 'L' shape with a table and 2 deck chairs. Again, there is plenty room to move around the balcony area.  Read entire member review.
Lovely cabin, small shower room [with curtain!], large wardrobe. Sadly the balcony glass and doors had not been cleaned and the outlook was not as good as it should have been.  Read entire member review.
Apart from the ridiculously small shower and the limited space outside the bathroom, it was fine. Thought there was far too much rocking and rolling as a midship cabin - it definitely is not the QM2. Plenty of drawers and decor nice  Read entire member review.
Pining for the Fjords by gadgetgirlie
Good location - close to the walkway on deck six, ideal for seeing a different view from that offered on the balcony.  Read entire member review.
Plenty of storage space with comfortable bed. Even though it is by the lifts you cannot hear anything from outside the room.  Read entire member review.
CABIN 6050 - quiet position, good room steward. Very, very small bathroom with awful shower curtain. Cunard allow smoking on the balcony which is something I don't like at all.  Read entire member review.
Our cabin was right opposite a stairway. This made it very convenient but there was some noise,mainly from early risers, especially as the stewards sometimes parked there trolley outside.  Read entire member review.
no problems with this cabin it is a balcony it has NO restricted view it was not noisy we did notice a lot of vibration coming from Deck 8 but we were on deck 6  Read entire member review.
Hamburg horror by david arthur
cabin 7110-glass balcony on deck 7 was very good.next to lift but NOT noisy.more noise from cabin next door dragging furniture across deck.  Read entire member review.
Adequate and expected  Read entire member review.
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Norwegin Fyords June 2012 by Devon Dumplings
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