he cabins we had were 7123 and 7127, both interior; there was adequate closet space, a nightstand per person, and the bathroom had storage in a cabinet under the sink. Beds were comfy. As always, I could have used more hooks to hang things on. Our kids' cabin needed to sleep 3, and we were unpleasantly surprised to find out that there weren't bunks to be pulled from the ceiling, but rather a fold-out cot/sofabed, which occupied much of the little floor space there was. Apparently, there are pull-out bunks on Levels 2 & 3, but not above those levels. As usual, the loveseat and cocktail table provided often were more in the way than useful in these smaller cabins, and I often wonder why there aren't at least tables that can be folded up or down against the wall to make more room.
What must be said is that we found our cabin steward to be excellent (not intrusive and quickly adapting to our sleeping in!) and fellow passengers were very respectful of others at night--never did we hear loud conversations, TV or music, running in the corridors, etc, all of which plagued us on Costa cruise line. Read entire member review >>
We got one of 5 inside cabins on deck 11 for a fraction of the price on the others last minute deal. Deck 11 is right over the Oceanview buffet and was very convienant. Service was spotty. We rarely saw the cabin attendant and rarely got the ice and wine glasses we asked for every day. The cabin though was clean. Read entire member review >>
Most times was very quiet. Some noise from below was heard the first night. Perhaps dealing with the luggage and supplies. Great amount of storage space. Did not feel small or cramped. Read entire member review >>
inside cabin,2075,continental deck 2,category 11.This cabin is beside an employee walk-through. There was only 1 other cabin abutting it. It was very quiet,and much more spacious than expected.The bathroom had a clothesline in the shower, and a nightlight.Lots of closet,and storage space.Good lighting.Felt very little movement of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Sideways inside cabin with doorway that requires that there be no settee in the room. Inferior to a standard inside cabin. Location was quiet, and convenient to dining rooms aft. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 2028, an interior category 11 cabin with 170 square feet. We were located near the forward stairwell in the center of the ship, on the Continental Deck - 2. Our interior cabin on this deck was accessed from the Starboard hallway. The cabin was extremely well laid out. Lots of drawers and enough room in the closets for our clothes. The bathroom has lots of room, storage, and a shower. There is a large mirror covering the entire far wall which helps create the illusion of extra spaciousness. Our cabin also had a desk and loveseat-sized couch/hide-a-bed. Hangers and robes were provided. Hint: you can secure additional wire hangers from your cabin attendant. The desk featured a number of informational brochures including Friday's event newsletter "Celebrity Today". Being Cruise Critic members, we received an invite to the following day's gathering. Our stateroom attendant did a wonderful job throughout our cruise. Of note, we found the inside cabins really easy to sleep in. Since there is no window, the room stays dark --- making it really easy to sleep late or take a nap any time of day. Read entire member review >>
Quiet, no ship roll or vibration, no elevator or facilities noise. Convenient - 1 floor down to gangway, 1 floor up to guest relations. Close to stairs and midship elevator. Read entire member review >>
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