These cabins have a queen-size bed that can be converted into two single beds (upon request, except for cabins for disabled passengers), air conditioning, bath with shower, television, radio stations (available on television channels), telephone, and optional pay-for-use Internet connection, mini-bar and safe.
We were in a handicap cabin that was larger with more storage space then on a previous ship. The major drawback was the post on the other side of the aisle. It made it harder to get a large scooter into. For a smaller scooter it would be ideal. Read entire member review.
Inside cabin was for disabled and was large and had ample room for my wife's clotining as long as I stored my stuff in my suitcases under the bed. Nicely appointed but relatively dark. Could use more light. Dark and great for sleeping since you can't tell what time it is. Great bathroom for disabled with chair in shower and easy to use faucets.
Room was next to exit for crew and could hear hard heels on brief section of tile by access. Noise of equipment moving overhear could me heard but usually was short lived. We just ignored it. Read entire member review.
We had an inside cabin on deck 14 (14006) fore of the ship. This is a quiet cabin and when we exit left of the cabin, we come to an open deck at the front of the ship. It feels like our own large balcony. It was great to watch the ship coming and going from various ports, especially New York.
On the second sector, we have to change cabin to deck 11 (11033) inside cabin. This is a noisy cabin as we could the neighbour turning the taps on and flushing the toilet. This cabin is also next to a plumbing system where they drained the pool water. We could hear sloshing of the water intermittently. Read entire member review.