inside foreward on the Lido deck right near the front suites. Direct access to lido deck activities, cruise laundry right around the corner and just steps to exterior doors so you can easily check weather outside. Elevator bank ten cabins aft. One level up gets you to serenity. Was a good choice, would pick it again. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 1032 is on Panorama deck, inside room. We had 3 in the room. Two twins pushed together and one bunk. Typical inside room. Near the front to go to the "secret" deck. No noise issues of any sort. Again our room steward Juan did a very fine job! Read entire member review >>
We were pleasantly surprised with our cabin. Our TA had recommended this deck and room type, and we were glad we went with her suggestion. I was slightly apprehensive about booking an interior room after reading other reviews, however, I actually was just fine with it. The bed and pillows were comfortable. I slept well from the very first night. We were really pleased with the amount of storage we had. I was afraid I had over packed, but was happy with the amount of space in the three closets and the drawers. The shelving in the bathroom was also quite adequate for the many toiletries we brought. I had purchased an over the door shoe hanger prior to the cruise, but was able to return it as we never needed it. The lighting was just fine...I normally apply makeup with natural light but did not miss the window one bit. We slept soundly in the dark room. My only complaints would be that there is really not much room to walk around at all. Thankfully you can stow your luggage under the beds. Also, the shower curtain was a bit too short so water escaped the shower quite a bit no matter how careful we tried to be. We really liked the location of this cabin. The passageway on Deck 10 Panorama is quite short and so the traffic is minimal. The area was quiet and yet so convenient for getting right to the Lido Deck 9. Our cabin was always well maintained by Muhammed. Read entire member review >>
Booked a guarantee inside room and weren't sure where we would end up. Ended up in this room and it was great. There were only two of us so we made it work. For two of us, lots of closet space. Definitely lacking on plug outlets. Was adequate space for everything - of course small entryway. Would not recommend more than two people in this room. TERRIFIC LOCATION! Under spa so very quiet and just one stairway up to get to the spa to use the steamroom and whirlpool and equipment or get spa treatments. Also, there is a front deck area that is accessible from Deck 10 which offers fantastic views, I don't think many know about. Would highly recommend this room. Close to deck 9 where the buffets were and never experienced a long elevator wait. Read entire member review >>
The cabins was fine. Being on deck 10, however, we noticed much more movement and creaking. This did not bother us but should be a consideration to those who suffer motion sickness. On the Conquest we had another inside cabin but on deck 2. The room was a little bigger, even though it was a lower category.(4c)The cabin (2314) was beside a mechanical room where banging occurred an a regular basis (especially early in the morning.) Never choose this cabin if you have the choice. It was not a big concern to us. The location of this cabin was such that we felt little or no motion throughout the cruise. Read entire member review >>
This is a handicapped room. The living part of the room was small when set up as a king size bed. There were only two closets, both of them had a shelf half way up making long dresses bunch up. The drawers were smaller than I have had and they were in one of the closets. The "dresser" was smaller also. The bathroom however was huge, designed for a wheelchair I guess. The shower was more than big enough for me and the missus. Main draw back, it's under the waterslide area. Not bad during the day, we were outside anyway. But at night there were chairs being dragged around, then in the morning the chairs were being put back out Read entire member review >>
We were in room 1053 on the Panorama deck-an inside room. We were fortunate and only heard a little noise a few times from the room next door that the crew used. Our room was good but I did miss having a window. Read entire member review >>
Our room was just fine. There was plenty of room and space. We had 3 closest doors and lots of drawers. The thing I did miss was a night stand with a drawer. We were almost to the front on the odd side. We also had the "secret" door to the front deck. No one was ever out there, so we could go out and look without a bunch of people or kids around. We were right by the elevators and that was nice. There was a hall between us and the rooms on the other side so we did not hear a lot of stuff. Our room number was 1037 on deck 10. The spa was above us and we never heard a thing. We were close to mid ship so that was nice as well. Read entire member review >>
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