Interior cabin on Deck 9 - quiet and not a lot of noise except once during a show on the Promenade at 10 PM - Cabin is too small however to accommodate the one bed set up. We could not walk around our bed and had to crawl over the foot of the bed to get to our side of the bed. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin location on 10th deck.
Spacious with lots more storage space than I anticipated.
Bathroom light was in an awkward spot outside the bathroom door.
Beds were not comfortable.
Temperate seemed to fluctuate. Read entire member review >>
We had an interior room (8447) in an interior hallway (a great secret). There was very little traffic and noise from the hallway. Our room was well appointed with a desk and chair as well as a couch. The bed was put together to make a large king size bed. The mattress was a little hard but can be expected when placing beds together. The room showed signs of wear and tear, but did not impact our stay. The bathroom was small (as they all are) and it also showed some signs of wear. Everything worked well and was adequate for our stay. Our room steward always prompt to service our room morning and evening. We did need to ask for ice to be provided daily. Read entire member review >>
The cabin has all old furnishings. Has not been done in the 15 years it's been in service. There's stains on the carpet. The bed is horrible.
There is a lot of storage places Read entire member review >>
Did not know staterooms were hidden back there. Kind of weir that you can smell the room service food. Makes you think something is burning. The room is really hidden. But again we booked within 3 weeks of sailing so we get what we get.. Had 3 people in room. Just enough room Read entire member review >>
Port intensive cruise had us onshore most days until 3 o'clock or so. Our room was great for two people; we did not miss the balcony which we "traded in" so we could afford to fly to San Juan and cruise southern itinerary. Not sure if it was "K" because I don't remember. Plenty of storage room for two-put the coffee table in the closet as advised and suitcases under the bed. Nice that the shower was more of a pod with plastic doors rather than a shower curtain, so it didn't blow against you when you showered.Forward area of the ninth floor had a strong mildew smell. I don't think I would have enjoyed time in those rooms. Read entire member review >>
The room was well kept, to the credit of Lyn. There were a couple of small maintenace issues with the cabinetry and the fridge didn't stay cold. As well, our bathroom consistently smelled of urine. My boys are old enough that I can't say I would contribute it to them. Read entire member review >>
The room was small but so well designed that 2 of us had no problem with the small space. The shower was also small but again we spend very little time in the room. There are plenty of closet space and shelves to organized your staff and suitcases fit under the bed. There is a divider between the bed the the couch "living room". The carpet was a bit old and in the need of replacement. But if you want everything new, you need to go on a new ship. Read entire member review >>
Cabins on RCCI are all similar and do the job, but are fairly uninteresting except for the absolutely filthy settee we had in our Cabin. The beds, we asked for single beds as when it's a double or King Size it restricts the Cabin Greatly. The Cabin is far more efficiently used when it's twin beds with an Aisle up the centre, between the beds. Apart from the dirty settee there is nothing much more to be said. Cabins were adequate if they were kept clean. This is no reflection on the Room Boys, this dirt was something which was beyond anything they could clean without "Dine-A-Rod". Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6597 pleasantly surprised - first ever inside cabin. Only one night was noise from Promenade disco show an issue but they shut down by 12:30 that night so not a big deal! Read entire member review >>
very small room, when the beds were together so we could sleep together you could not walk around the sides of the bed. Bathroom light switch was outside of the bathroom and behind the door. Plenty of closet and drawer space. Couch was nice. Read entire member review >>
7123 - Safe in cabin was locked when we boarded and since we didn't need it anyway, made no effort to have it opened.
When beds are pushed together there is no room to get onto bed without climbing over the bottom of the bed.
The glass top coffee table is not really necessary and takes up too much of the little space there is.
The beds really are VERY COMFORTABLE.
The cabin attendant/steward - Sandra Mcelroy of Guatemala is an absolute gem. Promote her now - she's that good! Read entire member review >>
quiet cabin way in front so a bit rocky when there are high waves. Other than that perfectly okay. No noise from other cabins. Old TV, but didn't bother us. Bathroom clean and everything worked. Read entire member review >>
Very clean but compact only way to get in and out of bed was to climb in from the bottom due to settee been in the way at my side.children either side of cabin that did not seem to sleep and liked playing in the corridor. Read entire member review >>
We always get an interior room so it's small & dark but our friends had a room with a balcony (port side) and it was wonderful. We were next to the crew's area and in the early mornings it was noisy but I'm usually ready to get up so that didn't bother me at all. The state room attendants are excellent. They ask that you put a card in the key slot letting them know when you're gone so they can come in to clean your room. We were never bothered by our attendant but our room was always clean. They earn their money for sure! Read entire member review >>
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