This was a disabled access cabin which we were allocated. For a person/s with a disability it would give you tremendous accessibility both in the cabin and bathroom. It is well fitted out with emergency buttons both at the bed, door and bathroom. It would give a strong sense of security in the event of a unfortunate incident Read entire member review >>
We were originally in cabin 1084 but there is a pool filter above this cabin and we were woken at 05:30 each morning with staff attending the equipment. Guest Services moved us when alerted to 1144 on the same deck (10) and still in the middle of the ship. Great room with plenty of space and great to be in the middle of the ship crossing the Tasman which can be quite choppy - as it was on this voyage. Read entire member review >>
Spacious, well maintained inside stateroom. Comfortable and large bed. Lots of storage areas. Glass shower recess. Excellent and silent exhaust fan. Would have liked a retractable clothes line in bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Was happy with an inside cabin. The only down side I would say would be that there was no light, so you didn't really know what time of day it was. I never really considered a balcony, most people I find don't use it often, and at $500 extra, I'd rather pocket the difference. Beautiful cabin, lots of storage, found the bed a little firm, and hot, although I compensated by turning the airconditioner on night before we retired. Very clean, and lots of storage. Also the inside cabin was the same size as the balcony Read entire member review >>
Celebrity Solstic inside cabin 9148 was great. Cabin was forward so we only had minor awareness of sea on the days we were not in the inside passage. olstice Theatre was also forward so just a quick hop on the elevator and then on to the main shopping venues in the middle of the ship. Quiet area away from all the activity - you did have to walk a bit to get to most of the food, bars, etc. but we didn't mind the walking with all the extra food we consumed on the cruise. The two twins converted nicely into a king bed and had plenty of room for two people - all suitcases fit under the bed. We stored shoes in the smallest suitcase. Closet was sufficient, we did bring extra hangers from home which we left. Refrigerator got cool, but not super cold but did the job. Clever design and use of space in cabin and bathroom. Able to store all our toiletries on the shelves in the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 1043 (an inside cabin) .... after not being able to find it we finally asked a room steward it was the strangest location off the main hall and hang a right and it was tucked away. Nice size room, with overhead storage above bed headboard, plenty of closet & drawer space, large sofa, and very very comfortable bed. Temperature was always perfect it also had a very nice bathroom Read entire member review >>
1032 - Separated from all the other cabins and being an inside cabin,it was quiet and yet right near an exit if it were required. With the crew being in such close proximity, there is always someone on hand to assist with a friendly smile.A balcony wasn't required as we only slept and showered in our room, spending the rest of our time wandering the ship and making friends. Far enough from the centre of the ship that late night theme parties could not even be heard. Enough room for two comfortably but drawer space is somewhat limited.Our room was well maintained and we wouldn't hesitate to get an inside cabin again.9/10 Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin, somewhat roomy. Bathroom fairly roomy. Closet was only floor length on 1 side. Room safe was located somewhat low in the closet. HD TV in the room. Night light in the bathroom was useful. Read entire member review >>
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