Smallest cabin I ever stayed in. Totally different from the picture and diagram on the website. Feel like HAL is engaging in bait and switch. If I knew the real size of the room I would have paid more for a larger one. HAL just be honest. Read entire member review >>
This was our first time ever going interior, but we brought our two children and wanted the economy of interior. I have to say it was very comfortable and we were happy. We had plenty of room for the 4 of us because all we did was sleep in the room. The only hang up (literally) was the murphy bed was over our heads, so I asked the room steward to make our bed backwards so our daughter was over our feet and not our heads. This was the perfect solution. We had a stand up shower only and it was perfect. The bathroom was plenty big for us and provided well for our needs. The sectional couch being a little larger was nice. Although we were rarely in our room we were able to be comfortably seated late in the evenings or early mornings. Read entire member review >>
This cabin (1053) was an excellent choice for us. We prefer inside cabins, low in the ship, to keep motion to a minimum. The lack of outside light, we think, is a plus - both during Nap Time and when the ship pulls into a port very early in the morning. Since we ended up sailing through Hurricane Sandy on this voyage, the stability inside this cabin was particularly important. This is a good sized room, with a more-spacious-than-usual sitting area. The bathroom is standard HAL interior cabin size. The cabin is situated in a spot that is convenient to elevators, but not so close as to be heavily trafficked and noisy. We would happily book this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
This is next to the steward supply closet but I never heard any noise at all. I also never heard anyone talking outside in the hallway, kind of amazing really. There was a surprising amount of closet room and bathroom space. We had the room set up with 2 twin beds and it really was comfy. We were also very close to an elevator that went right up to the Lido food area and pool. The location was really ideal. The stewards took great care of us and replaced towels daily, which was nice. It would have been wonderful to have an ocean view but honestly, we just weren't in the room all that much. Perhaps we would have spent more time there if we'd had a balcony, who knows. I can honestly say that the lack of a window wasn't a problem. Read entire member review >>
We were VERY happy with our stateroom assignment. Spacious, quiet, good layout, plenty of storage. It was more "square" in shape, so the closets were easily accessible and well-lit and there was plenty of free floor space. I liked the wall hooks for purses and bags. The bed was very comfortable and was recessed against the wall behind the bathroom, so it felt very private even when the door was open. The bathroom was efficiently designed and I LOVE the Elemis products they provide. The low deck midship location made for a gentle ride--no pitch, no roll. I was a little concerned that we were located just below the casino but that proved to be a non-factor. The location was actually awesome because we were midway between the atrium and the mainstage. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6066 is between two service areas. My bed was close to the wall where the ice machine is located. There is a humming sound from the ice machine when the compressor is working. Once a day when the cabin steward filled the water pitchers with ice there was noise. At night, expect for the humming ice machine, it was quiet. My cabin mate did not hear the noise on his side of the cabin. Read entire member review >>
The inside cabin was the largest that we have been in to date. It was very comfortable and was able to hold all of our clothes for the week. The cabin didn't seem to cramped for a family of four consisting of two adults and two kids under five years of age. Read entire member review >>
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