Notes: We stayed in this cabin for the Eastern sail. The room was perfect. It sleeps 5 with the bunk and murphy bed which comes down in front of the large port hole. Did not miss having a veranda at all as we enjoyed having the port hole view and extra cabin space.
We had a connecting room to 7672 and left doors open entire time, which gave us a ton of space (as far as cruise cabins go). In total, we had 2 Adults plus Grandma and a 3, 5 and 7 yo.
The bed is surprisingly comfy and the room is well maintained. Having the two sinks was a definate plus. The room is close to aft elevators, but not loud. There are no interior cabins across hall.
If needed, laundry is located on opposite end of deck 7, or elevator ride to 8 (easier). ONLY negative is when docking, the view was not at all desirable in St. Thomas (view of shopping district and maybe a taxi/bus terminal?). The other side is breathtaking and would have been a welcome sight in the morning. In Puerto Rico, view was of other docked ship, other side was of the island and bay area which is more desirable. Nice view of Castaway Cay, though since captain backed in. Overall, you won't be disappointed, especially if you get book it with the adjoining cabin 7672!