small, but adequate for 2 adults. We don't mind the interior rooms as they go to the same ports as the outside/balcony rooms do, for a much more affordable price. Besides, it isn't like you spend a lot of time in your cabin when you are on a cruise. Read entire member review >>
It was decent I suppose but there was a very strong sewer smell coming from the shower drain. There were never enough towels or bathroom glasses. It just felt "dirty" in the cabin. We never met our housekeeper so I cannot complement on him/her. Read entire member review >>
Typical inside stateroom. Constantly having teenage girls trying to open your door because they are confused as to where their stateroom is...There is not refrig. You need to ask for ice constantly. Small but you get used to it.... No longer recd shampoo/conditioner/body gel but instead uses a dispenser on the wall in the shower Read entire member review >>
The cabin is small, but for 2 people it does the job. We didn't spend much time in the cabin so size wasn't a problem. Looking back, I wish we had a balcony cabin and will upgrade for that next time.
The second night of the tour there was a big party in the main area of the ship. It was loud and we could hear it in the cabin even after midnight, but honestly it wasn't an issue for us. We realize that people come on these cruises for fun and they were certainly having a great time. Again, if your expectation is that you will have absolutely silence on the trip then your perception is a little off.
The only criticism, and this is really picking nits... the light for the bathroom is in a awkward spot behind the outside bathroom door. Really that is all I can tell you that was negative about this cabin. We were on the 8th deck and below the pool deck. Again there was some ambient noise issues from the pool deck but nothing terrible. Our cabin was centrally located and allowed for easy access to all areas of the ship which was helpful with my knee issues. Read entire member review >>
HORRIBLE! Beds were hard as a rock, felt like someone had taken a small piece of foam and thrown it on top of a rock. I expected small, but this cabin was the size of a walk in closet and the bathroom was the size of a normal closet. I am a big person, and I could barely turn around in the shower stall. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was the worst part of this cruise. It was dirty kind of worn down and the bed was hard as a rock. You could hear everything that was going on in the centrum, and it was hard to get a good night sleep. The toilet was moldy and the shower could not keep a steady temperature. I do not recommend this cabin to anyone Read entire member review >>
Cabin appeared a bit smaller than on deck 7, but was sufficient for our needs. Shower appeared smaller and not much room to turn around. Appreciated the shampoo dispenser in the shower and the strong water pressure. Easy to adjust both in height and in temperature. Sufficient storage for a 4-night cruise. Read entire member review >>
Small and difficult to even get dressed in. Room stewards did not clean thoroughly and the room had a mild mildew smell to it. The shower is extremely difficult to use as a Barbie doll would have difficulty showering due to it being so tiny. Read entire member review >>
Room was smallest we have ever had on 20 cruises. If beds left together the one side at the corner touched the desk cabinet! Asked to be separated into 2 twins to give us more room. The bathroom was so tiny we laughed when we saw it. You could wash your hands while sitting on the pot. Had enough storage space but the one upholstered chair took up room & was constantly being pushed around. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was clean and smelled nice. The shower was a bit rusted, but not enough to bother us. The bed was just okay. The pull two beds together to make a king. You can certainly feel the sepreate line down the middle. The pillows were rather hard. All-in all, we were still able to sleep through the night, we just wished it was a bit more comfortable.
The cabin had plenty of strage - from shelves, drawers and an abundance (for a stateroom) of closet space.
Our Room Steward, Sheldon, did a wonderful job assisting us. From fetching buckets of ice, keeping our room neat and tidy, making precious towel animals and even helping my husband tie the perfect tie for formal night, he was excellent! Read entire member review >>
Pretty small but we did alright. Bed was super comfortable and I slept very well. Bathroom was fine but the shower curtain was kind of chintzy. It didn't want to stay on the rod.Room was kept very tidy by our room steward. Read entire member review >>
These are the smallest cabins on the ship, but have plenty of room for 2 passengers. The bathrooms are the same size as other cabins and are small. We had plenty of space for our clothes. This was a 4 day cruise, but I would have been fine for 7 days also. The advantage to having a small cabin is that you will be more inclined to leave the room and take advantage of the ships activities. Read entire member review >>
3511 very small large pole right in the middle of the room and the new flat screen tv showers were so small you could not even soap yourself also had 3513 still small but better these rooms were very quiet but in the bow of the boat but a hop skip and jump from everything Read entire member review >>
We had an interior room by choice. The room size -- and especially bathroom/shower size were small, but with a surprisingly large amount of storage space. We were not in our room that often so it didn't matter. We slept well and didn't have light coming in to wake us which was the most important thing to us. We heard the fee for a balcony is 40% more which we don't think is worth it even if we did like a balcony. But we know people who wouldn't travel unless they have a balcony so it's good there are options for everyone. Read entire member review >>
Loud noises late at night, like heavy carts rolling around. We were below the laundry or dishwashing area or something like that. The cabin next door 3673 came over twice to ask us what we thought about the noise, saying they couldnt stand it and kept waking up. no staff member could explain what the noise is. (or didnt want to). Neighbor-cabin thought we were by the ship's screws. I had no problem sleeping in 3671. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin (2593) was small but efficient with lots of storage space and plenty of hangers for a 12 day cruise. Bathroom is tiny, but also storage efficient. Furnishings and carpet starting to show wear but understand ship is scheduled for a refit in 2012. Room was quiet and sufficiently dark at night thanks to a floor to ceiling curtain that pulls across the end of the bed. Its location, close to but not immediately adjacent to the elevator lobby meant it was quiet and we had only a short walk to the action areas of the ship. Bed was very comfortable and cabin was always clean. Read entire member review >>
3091 - Category M: Hallway noisy because of kids running at all hours, banging doors.
shower an absolute joke. You would have to be 4 ft 8 in. and weigh 110 pounds to feel comfortable in it. Impossible not to get bathroom floors wet.
furniture rundown and threadworn.
lots of drawer space however. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was fine. Yes, it was small, but we don't go on cruises to live in our stateroom. The beds were comfortable and we had enough storage space. The only thing I didn't like was that we could not check our onboard balance via the TVs, as I'd heard one can on many ships. Read entire member review >>
Even though the cabin was small, there was plenty of room for ALL our clothes and accessories.
The shower had a curtain rather than the rounded door. That meant water ran out on to the bathroom floor.
Televisions are old style and onboard account information was not available.
Being a few steps from the Deck 3 lobby was very convenient.
We don't mind the inside stateroom when on a short cruise. We take a night light and light-up clock. Read entire member review >>
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