Cabin 2212 (Interior with 2 portholes): The cabin was very comfortable, and we were delighted to find our two twin beds moved together even though the cabin listing stated they could not be put together. With the beds together, there was plenty of floor space. A small table and chair are provided along with built in nightstand, desk, and 3 closets. The cabin had a lot of storage, including room for suitcases under the bed. Although the cabin was mechanically noisy and sustained a lot of wave noise, we still found it to be a great cabin for the price (cheapest interior cabin). The two portholes were just above a window shelf area large enough to sit on. The cabin fridge was vacant of mini bar items, which we were happy about. But we sort of wish it (fridge, cooler, whatever it is) wasn't there at all because the appliance actually put off a lot of heat...especially for something we never used. Read entire member review >>
No issues regarding the cabin. It was fine for us. Our state room attendant was Efracio who was always smiling, nice and always asking if we needed any help. He always kept our room, bath room clean and neat all the times. Your towel art was amazing. Special thanks to Efracio. Read entire member review >>
WAY forward, and I usually prefer an aft cabin, but this cabin was a tiny bit smaller than some other insides, but was very comfortable, and for the most part, quiet. There is a bit of noise when pulling into port, and on our last sea day, when seas got rough, it got a bit LOUD in the cabin with the waves hitting the hull of the ship. No problem, but if you're a light sleeper, you might want to move a bit further aft. Read entire member review >>
Had an inside cabin, but it was more spacious than we thought it would be. We didn't care much for having a view or a balcony; we never spend much time in the room, anyway. It was kept clean twice a day (though we were usually late risers, we usually only got our cabin turned down. Unless we were on port), our steward took the time to learn people's names and called us by name on day 1. I was impressed! All the stewards and stewardesses were also very helpful and friendly, since we had a lot of questions about everything. Water pressure was okay, but did the job. They put the beds together for us before we arrived in the cabin into a single king size bed (on the last cruise we took together, we did that ourselves), so it was a nice touch.
The room fit our needs perfectly. Read entire member review >>
We had a quiet forward interior room with our teenage children next to us. We are on a budget with 2 kids in college, so we wanted to get a less expensive room. It was roomy, our bed and comforter was wonderful and I slept great every night. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was extremely spacious by typical cruising standards. Plenty of room to move around and great closet space. Almost felt like a regular hotel room! We did not use the third bunk in the ceiling but the two twin beds were perfect for our girls trip. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6224 is a most different cabin You walk into the room and the closets desk tv are right in front of you . the bathroom is to the left and the bed's or on the right side of the cabin. The room is great for 1 person and I am sure would be allright for two, never saw what the pull down bed looked like but I am sure it was the standard. You are about 15 steps from a exit on both sides of the ship which opens to a full observation area that was great for taking pictures and drinking a cup of coffee in quiet. Read entire member review >>
185 square feet for the least expensive inside cabin is a real plus. The bathrooms are small but very well designed and no clinging plastic shower curtain. Overall lighting could be better instead of just bright and hot and dim. A decent dedicated reading light would be very welcome. More precise control of cabin temperature would help. Storage is very ample unless you travel with just loads of luggage and trunks. Mini Bar prices are outrageous. Read entire member review >>
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