The bottom floors smelled like poop. The air isn't cold in your room. And you Have to put your sea pass in a slot in order for the lights to come on. We weren't happy with the accommodations. Read entire member review >>
This room was spacious and my husband and I were very comfortable in it. There is lots of noise up above in this room. The shower was clogged and reported, however, no one every came to fix it which caused it to overflow several times. Read entire member review >>
Nice standard interior cabin. Was worried about noise coming from the buffet one floor up but never heard anything from there. Room was actually under a serving line. Had more noise from people running up and down the stairs. For most part room was quiet and comfortable. A/C worked well. Closets didn't allow for much space. Read entire member review >>
room was great for 2 adults. More than enough room for our clothes and storing our luggage. Bed was less than comfortable, but I got over it. Loved that the TV featured local Florida news channels and a few of the base cable channels and I could keep up with a few of my shows when the weather didn't allow me to be poolside. The noise from the crew hallways behind the room could be louder than I liked but I realized I could've booked an outside room to avoid that if I wanted to pay more. Read entire member review >>
Loved our stateroom! Although it was windy, we didn't feel too much rocking. We would try a balcony next time, just so we could spend some time reading in our room area without feeling out of touch with the rest of the ship, but our room was great. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was kept clean..maybe overly clean. Everything was done with a smile and friendly attitude. We were comfortable. No noise problem. We took a nap some afternoons and were able to relax comfortably.
We choose an inside cabin because we stay on deck most of the time. Read entire member review >>
We loved our inside stateroom on Deck 1, can you believe it? The shower was great, plenty of room, nice almost hot water, great pressure, lots of shelves to put stuff. Lots of closets and drawers for everything, plenty of room for two large suitcases and numerous small bags. The best part was the bed, the pillows, and the comforters. Sleeping in this room was like sleeping in a little cradle and being rocked gently to sleep each night with some nice white noise from somewhere in the engines that puts your brain straight into dreamland. Loved going to sleep in this stateroom. We were a little worried about not having a balcony, but we never missed it :) If you stay in one if these staterooms, rest assured that these are well kept secrets. Read entire member review >>
We had room 9333, mid ship. The cabin was fine, what we expected. But it was really noisy at times. Being one floor down from Lido at midship, we could hear chairs scooting around at all times, loud thuds, running children above us, etc. For a light sleeper, I would recommend a different cabin. Read entire member review >>
Tiny shower/bathroom. Overall cabin size quite good with most useful space in the 2 twin bed set up. Deck 10 got quite a bit of movement on the choppier sea days. Good access to elevators, pools and buffet. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was just fine. A little too small for 4. It is perfect for two travelers. Very clean lots of closets and storage. Great location because we had a laundry on our floor. We also could walk right out to the pool area and food areas. The elevators were a short walk away. I feel the biggest plus of our cabin was its location. TV programming could improve. Unlike carribean cruises, you do walk alot in Europe. Sometimes you need to rest and stay in the cabin. They do need to improve the amount of channels available. Read entire member review >>
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