wood work was very nice and cabin felt inviting - rust on door frame in bathroom and shower head pulling out of wall when adjusted (maint fixed by moving leaving big rust hole uncovered) so that was not up to par with our other ship experiences Read entire member review >>
The cabin was your typical inside cabin. It had plenty of closet space and drawer space for us. It was near the elevators and stairs but we did not hear any noise that was out of the ordinary. Our room attendant, Connie was great. She kept our room clean and towels restocked twice a day. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was a family inside room with ample closet and dresser space for three adults. The room was very clean and well keep for a ship that is older than most in her fleet. The cabin steward Yogi, was outstanding attending to our room and requests. He introduced himself to my family and was always available. Yogi was professional and always had my room ready for each time period of the day. Every steward on the ship, I came in contact with was very polite and always greeted you with a hello. Read entire member review >>
Kept our room as picked up as possible helped with the limited space of an inside cabin. There was a desk chair and love-seat type sleep sofa to sit on. There are two large shelves above the TV cabinet and a smaller one above the fridge and below the TV. Space is tight at the closet/bath area so only one of us could use it at a time. Ice was refilled twice a day - it sounds like a lot but the buckets are small so it was perfect for two. There was never hot water in shower - just lukewarm-to-tepid. Towels were changed daily. We brought our own toiletries and never opened theirs. Bedding seemed always clean and crisp - I know they didn't change it but it sure felt like it. Room was kept cold and there was a wall thermostat but we rarely used it. Read entire member review >>
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