I felt this interior cabin was spacious for two people with new beds and updated linens, etc. New flat screen tv's with lots of choices including quite a few Disney channels and then movies running constantly all day/night as well including the new Ghostbusters and several others. The cabin does have a small refrigerator. I did miss the split bathroom that is not offered in this category. They did a great job updating the cabins, beds are not able to be split or you can't tell since it is up higher for storage of your luggage underneath.
Great location for this cabin as well, close to the aft staircase/elevators, easy to get to Buena Vista Theatre (showing first run Disney movies and all time favorites as well). Also, if you have kids deck 5 is where all the kids clubs are located and is easy to access from the cabins in the aft. Overall, great cabin and I would definitely book again. Read entire member review >>
This was our first time in an interior room so I was a bit nervous on feeling sea sick. Even with rough seas it still wasn't too bad to have an inside room. The room was very quiet and a decent size considering it's less than 200 square feet. Also, I wish all cruise lines offered a tub! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6307 was wonderfully quiet, located forward and along a short, out-of-the-way hallway in between the two main hallways of staterooms. For an inside cabin, 6307 seemed spacious and very comfortable, although I should note that I was traveling alone. There was more than adequate drawer and closet space, and the lighting in the room was excellent. AND, one of my all-time favorites is that there was an alarm clock radio at my bedside that is an iPod / iPhone charger & dock, so my music could play through the speakers while also recharging. WooHoo! In contrast, the bathroom here is quite small, with too little counter top or shelf space for even a small number of the things we all use in a bathroom. The decor is somewhat dated in the bathroom, but do look up and laugh with delight at the Mickey Mouse ceiling lights shining down on your head! Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2515. It had a queen bed that could be split and the couch flipped into a single bed (not comfy...) I was expecting the split bath setup, but this level didn't have it. The room was a little cramped with 3 adults, but workable.
My friends cabin 7515 was similarly setup but with the split bathroom and extra room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6015, inside forward port side is spacious for a cat 11 as it is sideways. There is plenty of storage room (large closet, many drawers, and a "sea chest")and many coat hangers. The room has an in-room cooler and clock with alarm capability on back (but dials do not light up in dark. The bathroom has a half tub, and very nice soap, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion are provided. The location is high enough to be away from bars and public areas and quiet. I brought a tiny flashlight for getting up at night as it is very dark inside, but a nightlight might work well, too. There is a pullout sofa and height adjustable coffee table in front of it. The LCD HD tv is very nice and is pulls out and is adjustable for different viewing areas. I would book this room again if available. Read entire member review >>
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