Best cruise ship cabins listed

Cabins in large, mid-size and small cruise ships
The best cabins chosen by cruisers are listed for large, mid-size and small cruise ships by Cruise Critic. All rankings are based on member review ratings for cruises in Europe taken in 2016.
Top of the list for cabins in large ships is Celebrity Reflection, with a reviewer writing, “We had a Sunset verandah cabin which faces aft. Great cabin with an extra-wide balcony”.
Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas places second, where a reviewer enthused: “Our balcony stateroom was very clean and obviously brand new and the bed was the most comfortable I have slept on in any cruise ship I’ve been on.”
Top of the mid-sized ships’ ranking is Oceania Riviera, where the cabins “are larger than the average cruise line and we appreciated the marble bathroom, the Bulgari amenities and enough towels!”
Top for cabins among small ships is Viking Sea, with a reviewer saying: “Our cabin was very roomy and extremely comfortable, and our steward attended to our every wish”.
Cabins are one of a number of areas reviewed in the 2016 Cruise Critic review, others being dining, embarkation, entertainment, service, for value, for families and other categories. They can be seen here.
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