Inside grade KK number 5549 )Our cabin was fortunately made up into a double bed configuration, by drawing the normal single beds together and goody, goody! there was no bunk bed above. A very good point was that the bathroom shower had a solid sliding door to it so none of the "clingy" curtain problems. A small problem in the cabin was, as it had been made up as a double, there wasn't much room. The gangways each side of the bed were very narrow, and that in this configuration the corner of the table of the TV unit protruded such, that it was a job to get by it. Read entire member review.
We always book an inside cabin. We are only in our cabin to sleep or shower, so we prefer to save money in order to cruise twice a year versus once or less with a balcony or suite type cabin. Our cabin had more than enough room for the two of us. There are two small twin beds that you can have next to each other or separated. We had them separated in order to free up a little more usable space. The closet had about 20 hangers. We easily stored our 4 pieces of luggage under the beds. There is a safe and a small fridge in the cabin. In the bathroom, there is a toilet, sink, hair dryer, and a shower with a sliding glass door. The European-style shower head is height adjustable and can be hand held.
Our cabin was on deck 10. This was a great location for us as it was only a few decks up to the pools and buffet and a few decks below to the promenade deck, the Stardust Theater, and dining rooms. We tried to use the stairs as often as possible. In the mornings, I would head up to the buffet with insulated mugs to bring hot tea back to the cabin while my wife was getting ready.
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