These interior staterooms are great values and can provide a more easily affordable escape. With cabins up to 190 square feet, they feature two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed and a bathroom with shower.
Very disappointing. The fact that we were placed in an inside cabin withe fold up beds in order to accomodate extra people gave us a big problem when getting out of bed. We did not require the fold up bunks and when we tried to get moved it was impossible due to the ship being fully booked. Read entire member review.
B520 - we were worried that we might feel as if we were in a cave. It would have been an extra 1000 for a balcony. We decided to put that money toward private tours and that was the best decision we could have made. The room was very comfortable, very little hum from the engines. Nice quiet location, easy access to lifts but not too close. We had asked for an egg crate cover top for our mattress and that was a good decision (based on other peoples reviews on cc)We had a very comfortable stay on board the Ruby. We were hardly in the room as there was so many days off ship and things to do at night. Read entire member review.
We really liked the way the closet space was layed out (open - no doors) in the cabin on this ship. Across from bathroom, not blocking entry way. So much easier than having to cram 7 days worth of clothes in small enclosed closets. Read entire member review.