Notes: This was our first cruise and we loved it. We were a party of 3. 2 adults and 1 3yo. Once our luggage was put under the bed and we had the stool under the desk removed there was plenty of room for the three of us. The only thing that didn't fit was dd's stroller. If you bring an average size stroller it will fit in the closet but our oversized Quinny stuck out and had to be moved to the bathroom to access the other half of the closet.
The sofa bad for dd was actually used by dh after dd kicked him out of the bed but was adequate for his 6 foot frame, although he did say he couldn't bend too much as it is more narrow then a twin bed (more like a single). He did comment that there is no way he'd sleep there longer then the 4 nights so on longer cruises dd will get kicked back to the sofa bed.
The only noise we heard was the first day coming from one of the rooms around us. We think furniture was being shifted and once we heard muffled talking but being under Route 66 Clubs we were surprised that we never heard anything overhead.
Access to the ship was easy and the elevators never failed us. When the centre ones were full or taking ages we always found the ones near our cabin were moving well.
Walking up the stairs made for quick access up to deck 3, 4, or 5 but higher we often took the elevators.
Closest elevator to our cabin lets out feet away from customer service desk on deck 3, the theatre for the shows on deck 4, and quite cove on deck 9.
The bathroom was on the small side but it was never too much of an issue since we didn't spend a lot of time in the cabin and we're used to small w/c in motorhomes so it was ok but on longer cruises we would like a little bigger space.
The tv's is pretty small which became a small issue when letting dd watch movies while we were getting ready or just before bed.
There is enough room for short cruises or 2 people and or plus one small child but not for 3 adults.
We would love this cabin on future 4 night cruises.