(183 - 200 sq. ft.) Features:Two beds convertible to queen-size, Vanity, Hair dryer, 32" LCD TV, Sitting area with sofa. Some cabins may have a trundle bed. Some staterooms in category 9 & 10 are wheelchair-accessible.
The cabin was larger than expected (1032, inside cabin), and I actually preferred it to my sister-in-laws verandah room. It felt easier to navigate, since we didn't have to walk the length of the room to access the balcony. I have always booked an inside cabin, with the exception of the Destiny (outside cabin with large window), but to be honest, I don't see the point. I literally sleep, shower, and change my clothes in the room, and prefer to spend the bulk of my time out and about.
The location of the cabin was a little strange -- it was almost in an alcove by itself, next to a service door, but it was exceptionally quiet and I would book it again in a heartbeat. A cart with some room service items was parked nearby, but it was kept immaculately clean an never contained food items. The room was near the elevators, but again, because it was in an alcove by itself, we didn't experience elevator noise or foot traffic. Read entire member review >>
This is the first time we had a cabin where the BED was near the entrance, and the sitting area was on the far side. We didn't like this arrangement at all, and will always book future cabins where the sitting area is near the entrance. Read entire member review >>