We usually book an inside cabin because we spend very little time in it apart from sleeping. Our cabin on deck 10 was clean and comfortable, but sickness-prone sailors should probably choose a cabin on a lower deck. On deck 10 you are well above the ship’s centre of gravity, and you really feel the effects of heavy seas. Fortunately, neither of us suffers from sea sickness. Cabin attendants Tracia and Wayan looked after us well, and kept our cabin clean and tidy.
The cabin was nice with plenty of space but not enough drawer space. The description says there's a sofa but there was not so we had one desk chair and one regular chair so it was a little uncomfortable.
Plenty of room. Never noticed the lack of window the whole time we were there. I am short and definitely rotund so I often have a problem fitting through spaces. Some mention has been made that there was little room to pass the end of bed. The gap is small but it never bothered me in the least. TV is large and SIL found that it would move on bracket so he could watch in bed as well as from the couch. Wonderful selection of family movies to entertain my GD. Bathroom is well laid out and again I had no problem with space. The shower cubicle is lovely and roomy. Beds were comfortable and we slept well.