11134 balcony and 11421 inside were both quiet though 11134 has a corridor door to the studio units right across the hall. Initially the door slammed and was a problem but after it was adjusted I didn't hear a thing. Read entire member review.
Cabin was very quiet. Balcony is small but OK for sitting and reading. Bathroom is compact but not too small, there is enough room for toiletries on the shelves. Cabin had a queen bed and large sofa. Flat screen TV was 32" and is interactive so you can check your account, make reservations for dinner, tours, shows etc. Good TV channel selection. Hairdryer is permanently plugged in under vanity with a holder under the vanity to keep it out of the way when not being used -- good idea. There is a clever footstool in the room that provides storage space and can be used as a seat or if you put on the wooden "cap" -- it can serve as a table. Lighting in room is very good, adequate storage space and closet space. Room has a coffeemaker and a refrigerator. Could have done without the coffeemaker but I guess some people have to have one. Entire ship is WiFI including the cabins so all electronics work -- there is a fee of course but still -- great convenience to be able to use a laptop or tablet in the cabin.
13140-Balcony BC cabin. Very nice, closer to front of ship. Port side so when docked saw the Royal Naval Dockyard as our view which was perfect. Didn't like that it was in a long hallway and the teenagers in our hallway (tons of them for a sweet sixteen) were loud. Would prefer a smaller hallway if one existed. 13609-Inside cabin, smaller, perfect for two teenagers, in a quiet area and more central to ship. Would not try to out three people in either cabin unless one was a smaller child.