My parents and brother stayed in the family promenade interior stateroom. It was HUGE. It fits six people. There was A LOT of closet room for them. Their only complaint was that the bathroom smelled a bit. Surprisingly, the room was quiet despite music being played constantly. I would recommend this room! Read entire member review >>
This is only one of two interior cabins on the ship that house more than four people. I could not find much information about this cabin anywhere, so I’m going to give great detail about it for future cruisers who book this cabin. This room is the size of two rooms combined. It was much larger than I expected and had tons of storage space. We didn’t get anywhere close to using all the storage space. There are beds for 6 people. You can either have two twin beds or have them pushed together to make one king bed. We had them pushed together and this is where my husband and I slept. They put a pad over the bed so you can’t tell that it’s two different beds at all. There is a pull out couch where two more people can sleep. One of the boys slept here each night and they fought over who got it because it was so comfortable. Then there is a small room that houses a set of twin bunk beds. The top bunk is pretty close to the ceiling so a small, agile person needs to sleep here. The bunks are separated from the rest of the room by a curtain. There is another curtain that separates the king bed from the rest of the cabin. As you enter the room, to your left is a closet with shelves. It contains the safe and life vests. It was great place to throw your wet, sandy water shoes after excursions. Straight ahead is a huge walk-in closet with hangers and a lower rack. In the bunk bed room there is another closet with hangers and couple of shelves. On each end of the cabin there are two desks with mirrors, chairs, and 6 drawers. On the end near the king bed the entire wall is storage. There are shelves with doors, drawers, and open shelves. The TV is on this end next to the couch. The bathroom is tiny. We are short, thin people and I can’t imagine being a large person trying to take a shower! I packed a small air freshener and that helped because there isn’t an exhaust fan in the bathroom. We were one of the cabins on the cabin crawl and everyone was very impressed with the cabin. Especially when they found out we had 5 people for the price of 2! We packed a small nightlight because it was an inside cabin and that was very helpful. It is pitch black otherwise. We used our phones to set alarms to get us up in the morning because otherwise you have no idea what time it is! Since we were seldom in the cabin, I don’t think I would pay for an outside room if we went again. I would highly recommend this cabin to anyone with 3-4 children! Read entire member review >>
Nice room for a family. had a bunk bed in a smaller room with a door which was nice for separation. The curtain around the main bed was nice to have. Also has a pull out couch. Sleeps six well. Has noticeable water sloshing sound from below the cabin. Hard to tell what time it is in the room with no window. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin with three people worked for us. A little crowded but we were rarely in the cabin together other than to sleep. Liked the sixth floor because it was quiet and very little motion from the ship moving. Have learned to stay away from the elevator's, stairwell's and below the dining room and casino as they clean these at night and move furniture which can get noisy. Read entire member review >>
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