Roomy for interior cabin. Ugly decor but you get what you pay for. Flamingo Pink in color but not a bad place to crash nightly, and shower in the morning. Toilet didn't work right. Read entire member review >>
Fine. Bed was okay, bathroom seems totally dated and was supposedly redone not too long ago. I liked the interior room so I could take a nap at any time of day if I had stayed up late and it would be dark.
Not as clean as it should have been and just not quite up to par. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine (we aren't ones to spend much time there). Being one for wheelchaired body, the shower was a bonus for hubby - he could keep standing up totally. Being right beside an elevator, the sounds of it operating didn't hinder our sleeping in that cabin a bit. Read entire member review >>
Typical inside cabin. Not the biggest we have ever had, but not the smallest either. Biggest complaint is the king bed had to be pushed all the way to the far wall, so I had to sleep against the wall. No in-room refrigerator. We picked deck seven so we would have cabins above and below. No noise to speak of. Read entire member review >>
We cannot recommend our cabin 6345 because of noise issues. The large vent on the cabin door turned it into more of a screen door. We could hear the people across the hall yelling at their friends down the hall day and night, people running up and down the hall, and doors slamming constantly, reminding us of a college dormitory. We could hear “woo” screamed often from the casino below us, and we could hear the drums and bass guitar from the group playing at the Casino Bar on Deck 5 at various times of the day and night, sometimes so clearly that we could identify the song. We also had 2 maintenance items that we reported to our cabin steward, Justo, immediately upon boarding: the reading light next to the wall did not work and was falling out of the fixture, and one plug did not work and was pushed back into the wall. He assured us he would notify electricians to repair these items, but that never happened Read entire member review >>
room 7281 mid ship mid deck inside roomroom was small no night stands on either sideno refrigeratorvery low water pressure in showerlittle clothes storage -drawerssome noise from hallway and next room -baby crying Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 7293. It was a triple inside cabin. We had two twin beds and a twin rollaway bed. The cabin was very nice except tended to be very warm during the night. It was in a great location as there is no cabin on either side or across the hall. Read entire member review >>
Room was small, but who spends time in there. Very convenient to get out to the deck and pool and the buffet. Go to the front and there is a deck that is quiet because not too many people know it is there. Drag a lounge chair and it is almost like having a private balcony. Closet didn't have enough shelves, but plenty of room for hanging items. They could have put shelves and taken away some of the hanging rods. Bring your own blow dryer. TV didn't work very well, but we didn't come on vacation to watch TV but it was annoying when you did want to see something on there. Bed was very comfortable Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7301Felt vibration from engine while ship was moving. could hear lots of noises in the bathroom. Sounded like running water and a knocking noise.Could hear lots of hallway noise. Read entire member review >>
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