(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.
Our stateroom was very cozy and quiet. The room was adequate for our needs with one exception. The sofa was too large and blocked access to half the closet. In order to get to your clothes in that side of the closet, you had to stand on the sofa which was dangerous. A love seat would have been perfect as the room only sleeps two people.
The other thing that presented itself is that, without an alarm or natural light, your body didn't know when it was time to wake up. We had never booked an inside room before and it wasn't something we even thought of. Someone needs to invent a timer device that will gradually turn on the lights to simulate natural light. We started setting our alarm and it solved the problem, but who wants to wake up to a buzzer or telephone ringing while they're on vacation? I don't think we will stay in an inside room again for that reason only. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of room for clothes in closet, drop down bars a big plus!! Bathroom was large, lots of cabinet space and cupboard space, under bed storage excellent, vanity was just a little small but adequate for me, drawer under was large, drawers for clothes was fine, TV large!! Sofa perhaps a bit big but manageable.
only complaint, door to this cabin opens out to an intersection to the main hall and the door open OUT so if you are in any state of undress and someone enters or leaves you are pretty exposed to hall traffic. this was somewhat inconvenient as we were in three separate rooms so would come and go amongst each others rooms chatting and getting ready for dinner etc... I think the three doors should have been together and out of the intersection. room can be a bit tricky to find as it is in an off hallway and easily passed by.( I did few times) but is is very quiet. Read entire member review >>
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