We had an inside cabin. First inside cabin I have booked in the last several cruises. I will say that the darkness allowed me to sleep really good. I would have liked the room a little cooler, but that is a personal preference that others may not agree with. Our room had been upgraded with a flat screen TV. the bed, linens and pillows were very comfortable. Our steward, Marlon, did a great job! Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 8411 which is inside and offered a bunk bed and a trundle bed.
It was one of few cabins which offer more space to sleep.
There were enough space, closets and cabinets but no refrigerator.
So, a shoe organizer which many people recommend to bring was not necessary.
But, I recommend you to bring liners to use cabinet drawers as housekeepers don't seem to have a time to clean inside the drawers.
Grocery bags, trash can liners or just Christmas wrapping papers would work.
Because the ship is a kind of old? We had a sewer issue and had to get a plumber.
And the smell got worse as days pass. Read entire member review >>
Actually a decent sized cabin. The bathroom was worn and often had the smell of a retirement home. I had a very nice cabin steward (probably the nicest guy on the boat, Haru). I did have to have the linens changed twice because they had stains on them from previous use...which rather disgusted me. The boat still has TUBE TV's in the room. This isn't a big deal, but adds to the "dated" and "worn out feel" of the Victory. Read entire member review >>
Our room was fantastic. The location was phenomenal, right in the middle of the ship and close to everything. There are staterooms above and below, so it was very quiet. There was minimal noise from the hallway. Our room steward was fantastic, she brought us ice every day. The room itself was very spacious for an interior room with three closests and a set of drawers. The bathroom was a bit dated (pink tile and sink), but it was very clean. Read entire member review >>
Nice roomy interior room. Everything worked. Beds and pillows were comfy. Stateroom attendant (Payom) was good. Tube style TV & remote worked. Light switch at entrance and on bed headboard very convenient. Two blue pool towels, two robes and a room safe which uses the room key to lock it (no numbers to remember). Bathroom tile and carpet was clean. Listened to many horror stories while onboard about dirty musty smelling rooms so I was glad to have this one.Only noise was from hallway as door doesn't act as sound barrier. Room temp normal - not too cold and def not too warm. I prefer cold but cool was ok. No thermostat so no control over temperature anyway. Read entire member review >>
Right by the stairs/elevator--made it easy to find and convenient. Not too noisy. Cabin is spacious when the beds are in an "L" shape rather than together as a king. Nice storage space in the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin on deck 7 mid-ship. Great location, small but efficiently laid out. Two twins in an L-shape arrangement, made it seem roomier. Closet space was good, but needed more shelves/drawers. Extra berth was stored under one bed, limiting under-bed luggage storage. Read entire member review >>
Good closet space but few clothes hangers.
As made up as a Queen it meant the bed was against the wall necessitating one to climb out over the other. As L-shaped twins there was loads of space.
Bathroom was adequate and the shower did not wet the whole area.
Razors and toothpaste were supplied. Read entire member review >>
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