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Has anyone stayed in either of these cabins (8126 or 8222) I know they’re located near the life boats but have considerably larger balconies. Looking to see how they are with the noise and the view

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We're in 8138 (inside) so I'm interested in the noise issues as well.

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I can't speak about the noise as I have not been on this ship yet. I will be sailing in April. But from my research I was able to find this photo online of room 8101 on the Meraviglia this can give you an idea of the Bella balcony in those areas I had 8100 booked I quickly changed that for a 9th floor fantastica no obstruction room when it popped up.Hope this helps.

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On ‎1‎/‎6‎/‎2020 at 5:52 PM, Lauderdale257 said:

Has anyone stayed in either of these cabins (8126 or 8222) I know they’re located near the life boats but have considerably larger balconies. Looking to see how they are with the noise and the view

 

This is what he balcony will look like although this one doesn't have a lifeboat in front of it

 

 

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I'd love to hear from anyone who has stayed on the 8th floor . There are quite a few bars and the Casino on the 7th floor- so wondering if there is much noise in the cabins?

 

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We were in 8191....loved it.

I tried to book it for next year...but 8127 (even bigger balcony and I think better view) was available so we grabbed it.

 

For 8191 (cruise to Canada in Oct...who needs a balcony anyway?) the balcony was a bit bigger than the other Bellas and the view was fairly decent (maybe 75% view).  The door slightly projected into the hall (no other way to describe it and it isn't indicated on the deck plan) so it was easy to find.  I think that "into the hall projection" made the cabin itself slight bigger than the other ones on that line.

 

There was no noise......

 

 

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49 minutes ago, April42749 said:

We were in 8191....loved it.

I tried to book it for next year...but 8127 (even bigger balcony and I think better view) was available so we grabbed it.

 

For 8191 (cruise to Canada in Oct...who needs a balcony anyway?) the balcony was a bit bigger than the other Bellas and the view was fairly decent (maybe 75% view).  The door slightly projected into the hall (no other way to describe it and it isn't indicated on the deck plan) so it was easy to find.  I think that "into the hall projection" made the cabin itself slight bigger than the other ones on that line.

 

There was no noise......

Thanks so much -I'll pass your info on...

 

 

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On 1/12/2020 at 5:58 PM, copper6606 said:

I'd love to hear from anyone who has stayed on the 8th floor . There are quite a few bars and the Casino on the 7th floor- so wondering if there is much noise in the cabins?

 

We've been in 8021 inside and we did not hear a thing! It is quiet, because that room is above the Spa, that is closed in the evening...and deck 8 is very near deck 7 where the Irish Pub is, so for us it is a no-brainer to book this cabin any time we are on a Meraviglia-class ship. 

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18 hours ago, korpo024 said:

We've been in 8021 inside and we did not hear a thing! It is quiet, because that room is above the Spa, that is closed in the evening...and deck 8 is very near deck 7 where the Irish Pub is, so for us it is a no-brainer to book this cabin any time we are on a Meraviglia-class ship. 

oh, good, because we'll be in 8029 in a couple of months, and I couldn't find any reviews.... Thanks!

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Lauderdale257, 8126 will give you a better / closer view of the Lighthouse on Ocean Cay. 

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