We had a steward named Edison of whom I already knew since he was a steward i had a year ago. He performed his duties well and recognized me when i first came in the cabin as he knew me from the cruise before and I really was pleased that he recognized me so it was like old home week. Like i stated before the bed was hard and maybe I should have asked for something to make it softer but I didn't but next cruise if the same conditions exist I will ask for something to make the bed softer. It was a great room and felt spacious even though it was small and had plenty of storage places for us both. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine. The beds weren't together when we checked it but our stateroom attendant fixed that for us by bedtime. Cabin is starting to show signs of wear, definitely needs new mattresses. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: 3071, standard interior. Sadly, it seemed our cabin did not receive the new bedding others have reported – the mattress and pillows have seen better days. I prefer a firmer sleeping surface, but husband had no issues with it. (Bonus: flatter pillows = easier to meld around your ears when husband’s snoring peaks.) The flat screen TV had an arm that pivoted it for better viewing from the desk or bed. You will still struggle with the lack of outlets, but if you purchase a couple of 230/110 converters, you can use the ‘european’ power outlets, thereby doubling your electric functionality.
When we arrived, the bathroom was overwhelmed with a mildewy smell. We asked our cabin steward, Ien, to replace the shower curtain (no curved glass walls). Voila! Smell removed. I liked the extra storage in the bathroom – it came in handy.
One oddity: the water in the bathroom sink was noticeably cloudy. It didn’t taste bad, but it’s the first time we took notice of potability challenges; it’s probably why there was complimentary bottled water in the cabin. Also, if this is important to you: there are no mini-fridges in standard interior cabins on Grandeur. Read entire member review >>
Great Deck 7 one down to diamond lounge, 2 up to pool, James the attendant was the best.
Decent room no fridge, shower curtain clinging to you, no room under bed for suitcases.
But a great room non the less. Read entire member review >>
first entering cabin had a bad raw sewage odor, we alerted to cabin steward about issue he took care of it right away and issue was solved.
cabin steward did great job cleaning and attending to or needs/request. Read entire member review >>
There were 13 drawers and about 6' of closet rod -- plenty of storage. Lighting around the mirrors was excellent. Both rooms were extremely small with very little space around the bed as well as between the bed and the desk/TV unit. The shower was also extremely tight. The first room was so noisy I could not sleep. The second room, even though next to an elevator, was a great improvement over 2541. We could not fit our luggage (one normal and one carry on) under the bed. There was a safe. Read entire member review >>
We booked this cruise at a bargain rate for an inside guarantee cabin, and we were assigned an inside cabin on the 3rd deck, forward. The size and location were fine, and our cabin steward, Paul was wonderful. He did the best he could to please us with what he had available to him. The mattress was rock hard. I pre-requested a topper due to DH’s back issues, and it helped a little, I guess. The pillows were thin and hard. It was hard to sleep the first night due to the mattress and pillows, but we got used to them – now our bed at home feels like heaven! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very small, but our attendant was excellent. It was always clean and he was very accommodating. Read entire member review >>
We usually get a large interior cabin but they were sold-out so we took a smaller one. Truthfully we were pleasantly surprised because it wasn't a whole lot smaller. the differences were; there was only one night table on the side of our bed (2 beds joined), a large chair instead of the small love-seat, bathroom didn't have shelf space like the larger interior and I think that's all. We had a difficult time fitting our luggage under the bed. This is our old fashion luggage that usually slides right under the bed. Of course our newer piece of luggage would never fit. The pillows were awful but our room steward, Jony some how found us two firm, thicker pillows that didn't deflate like a piece of paper!! Read entire member review >>
So small, you can't even imagine. I felt like crying when I saw it. It's that small. The shower is about 2 x 2. If you have hips, you may turn the water off just be half-turning around. The crew cleaned it as best as possible If you can afford a larger room, get it. Read entire member review >>
I had a large interior, but large is like 1 footstep larger. The location is pretty decent. I like being on the higher levels, and we had 2 days of fairly rough seas. Enough to shut off the deck doors for a while and have sea sick bags out on the banisters. It's at the end of the ship but I had a limited selection of rooms to chose from because I only booked 1 month in advance. I might splurge and get a balcony next time, but definitely at least window. There's no alarm clock and I normally hate using my cell on a cruise. I did this time and the Zoom internet is Ok to decent. The room will get pitch black. The linens could be upgraded and the beds are a bit firm, but it has all your basic needs covered. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was on deck 2. It was interior and mid ship. It was very small so we asked to have our beds separated. That gave us a little more room. There in no refrigerator in the room, however they will bring you ice if you ask. The bathroom is another story. The shower is so small. Never drop the soap. The sink is tiny and the faucet did not go all the way into the sink. Could not wash your hands. Had to use the public restrooms to wash hands. The room was very clean and lots of storage. The beds were comfortable. Could not get suit cases under them. That took up room in the closet. Read entire member review >>
TERRIBLE! This cabin, as well as cabin 4515, were both right next to a room called a "pantry." This is where staff take the dirty dishes. We heard noises from rolling carts and dishes from about 6AM until about midnight every day. It was impossible to sleep late because of all the noise coming from the pantry. Also, at the end of the cruise, the staff just piled all the dirty dishes in the hall outside the pantry! It was gross and unsanitary. DO NOT pick this cabin if you have other choices. Read entire member review >>
We had what they called a large inside stateroom. It wasn't very large, but it was fine for 2 people. There was lots of storage and many hangers in the large closet.
We only had a chair, not a sofa, as was pictured in the sample room. And the space for the queen sized bed was tight. The bathroom showers are tiny. But the stateroom attendant kept everything spotless and made it a point to remember our names. Read entire member review >>
Very small. The shower was extremely small. The showerhead had so much power and there was no where to angle it where the water wouldn't escape the shower. The floor and wall were always saturated when we finished. We had black oil coming from the sink tap and had to call to have this fixed. The cabin was always kept clean and well looked after by our steward. There were a number of soft drinks and snacks on the counter we had to ask the steward to remove as we needed the space. He left behind two Coke glasses from the drink program. When I picked them up I noticed they were both dirty and had juice in them. There is no fridge in the room. We brought two bottles of wine and had to keep them in a bucket of ice to keep them chilled. Read entire member review >>
We had cabin 3557 and the adjoining one 3555. We had 3 people in each cabin and elected to keep the 4th bunk down in each for extra storage. We found the renovations in the bathrooms very nice, the rooms looked pretty much the same but the beds had been improved. Christopher was our steward, and while on the quiet side he kept our rooms in great shape! We chose to keep the door open between our two cabins the entire time and we felt it worked out great for us. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small, the bathrooms were even smaller, had no luggage storing space and with the room set up as king size bed had very little if any walking room. Like I told one guest, our room was so small, I had to step outside just to change my mind. Our cabin stewardess, Ida, made us feel like family. Read entire member review >>
We booked an inside cabin because we are broke, and believe it or not, there was plenty of room for all of our stuff. I had gone out and purchased a shoe rack and removable hooks due to other critics recommendations, but did not end up using either. There was plenty of storage space in the tiny bathroom for all of our toiletries. The small shower took some getting used to, at first the water flooded the bathroom floor, until we determined that pointing the removable shower hose at the wall prevented this. There is not much water pressure in the bathroom sink, so we used the shower for getting the sand off our suits and water shoes. Stateroom attendant was kind enough to clean up the vomit and diareah from my boys sea sickness and too many cookies. Read entire member review >>
Relatively small, but who goes on a cruise to hide in the cabin? The "inside-inside" worked out well. Close to the Centrum on the fourth deck, but no noise (except for some exuberant neighbors). Tiny issues: the phone was not by the beds, so wake up calls were a bit of a chore. No refrigerator, but you can't have everything.
Cabin attendant was pleasant but nothing special. Average for our cruise experience. Read entire member review >>
We had interior stateroom for 3 people. It was a good value but not enough room for storage and getting ready for dinner. As mentioned above there were some issues with room and cabin attendant. Read entire member review >>
Booking an interior room, I didn't expect anything huge. The cabin met my expectations. It was small, but there was a good amount of storage. There was only one bedside table, which I found odd; but our luggage didn't fit under the bed like I had planned, so I put the suitcases between the bed and the wall where the other bedside table would have been (didn't look too pretty, but kept the luggage out of the way and I was able to set stuff on them). I brought an over the door shoe rack that I hung using command strips on the back of the bathroom door. We used this to hold small stuff that would have cluttered the counter space otherwise, and this helped us keep things somewhat tidy. The shower liner in our cabin bathroom was just gross, and when the shower was on the curtain blew in, clung to my naked body, and halved the already limited space in there - the glass doors on the Enchantment of the Seas were much nicer! The location was good, close to the front elevators but not on a main hallway. We didn't hear too much noise from outside our cabin. We experienced rough seas on the last day and a half, and being in the front of the ship we could definitely feel the movement. Most of the time this didn't phase us. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 2043 which had an access door to some kind of crew space. We experienced a lot of noise at night in our cabin. Doors were slamming within that space and we could hear the crew talking and singing. We also felt a lot of vibration from the ship in our cabin. Dad’s cabin was across the hall, 2038. His was much quieter and there was very little vibration. The cabins were located near the forward elevator but we found that many of the venues we used, and also embarkation for ports, were near the aft area of the ship. I recommend booking a cabin near the Centrum elevators. Read entire member review >>
We stayed on the third floor, very quiet, interior room, perfect size for the two of us, good closet space and love the desk area had lots of shelves and drawers for your clothes and all your bags fit under the bed. The kids were down the hall, room again was very very nice and had a window and they loved it. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin on Deck 3. Plenty of storage space. Extra drawers in closet and bathroom. lots of hangers! Couldn't get the suitcases under the beds though because of some bars under the beds. Read entire member review >>
We discovered on this cruise that we are done with Interior Staterooms. Again, check our demographic above but if you don't like the "closet" feeling, save an upgrade to larger room. Also one other thing--hated the shower curtains on the Grandeur. The Explorer had shower doors. The curtains are creepy and stick to you in the shower, YUCK! Room was clean though and housekeeping was outstanding. Never had to ask for anything.BAHAMAS: Have no need to go back--touristy and not that pretty. Pick Bermuda over this trip. Read entire member review >>
Well soundproofed, hardly heard any noise from the corridor and none at all from other cabins. No fridge in the cabin but I believe that will be rectified during the refurb next year. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin that has 2 berths in the ceiling. Apparently this room can accomodate up to 4 people but it would be very tight. I had it to myself and it was small, however the location is great because there are only cabins above and below so it was very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Large interior - clean but nothing special. Needed newer TV for interactive services etc. Deck 7 forward starboard. Nice and quiet and easy to get to where you needed to go Read entire member review >>
Great for two friends but if you are planning on using one of the pullman beds, be aware that they won't put the beds together so if you want a bed together, look at other categories! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was an interior stateroom. One night we were awoken by a neighbor and crew down below. Shower did not drain one day but was fixed by the next day. Closet and drawers for clothes was adequate. It was fine for us. Read entire member review >>
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