Features: two lower beds convertible to queen size; flat-screen television; refrigerator with mini-bar; thermostat-controlled air conditioning; direct-dial telephone and voicemail; desk; in-room safe; hand-held hairdryer.
Some rooms are accessible.
We had an inside room this time - 4034, which is wheelchair accessible, midships on deck 4. It was a huge room with a very large bathroom. The shower could fit 3-4 people standing, so no clingy shower curtain this time. The shower could be in the normal, overhead position, hand held or directed at waist level downwards. The basin could be raised or lowered to accommodate a wheelchair, so it was all very well equipped for wheelchair users. Due to its position, this room is great if the seas are rough. Very quiet with little motion, near to Guest Relations and the Medical Centre and one floor up to the Mosaics cafe, Discoveries Restaurant, shops and Cabaret lounge.
Cabin 4035, inside cabin, handicapped accessible. Had a large bathroom, but it was difficult for non-handicapped to shower with the hand-held shower as the water ran into rest of the room. Spaciousness was a bonus. Very quiet room. Appeared to adjoin the medical facility from the other side of the ship (locked door). We were bothered by light shining in around the locked door all night. Ended up asking to have the lights dimmed and put towels along the sill at night. Closets and drawers very generous.
Quest 4038 is a Category 12 inside cabin. It is located directly under the casino. I was concerned it would be loud. I heard nothing! It was a silent cruising experience. One night while sailing there was a storm. We heard nothing! Many of the passengers with outside cabins complained about the storm noise kept them awake. If you are an inside cabin cruiser and on a budget, don't be afraid to book the 4 inside cabins on deck 4. They are mid ship and low in the ship so there will be less ship movement and a comfortable ride. Read entire member review.