Inside cabin I have had outside and balconies but I am just not in my room enough to justify getting them, where I sleep is not a concern it was clean beds were comfy enough storage space toilet and shower worked and my cabin steward was spot on all as I expected Read entire member review >>
For the first time in decades we opted to have an inside cabin, convincing ourselves that it was a good idea as so little time is spent in the cabin. Let's just say we won't do that again. The inside cabin is so small that you can't walk around the bed. Also, the location was aft on deck 8 and it shook like crazy. I have no trouble handling very rough seas but the vibration when we were underway made me crazy. It was particularly noticeable while sitting on the bed with my back against the wall, Many people will tell you that all ships vibrate but not like this! Back to Allure for me . . . Read entire member review >>
cabin was very clean and provided the basics. This was the first time I had stayed in an inside cabin in years. It was way too smaill. Had to place the table on the couch just to move around in the room. The room steward, Everton, was excellent. He made sure we did not need anything. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was good overall. My steward did a bang up job of keeping the cabin clean. Lots of storage in the cabin. It was nice to have a place to sit in the cabin other than the bed and I really liked the shelves hidden behind mirrors at the vanity.
The room was a bit narrow. When the beds are pushed together, there is very little room to squeeze past the mini-fridge and the loveseat on the other side.
For some reason, I had hot water in the sink and only lukewarm water in the shower. When the shower was turned on full blast, the pipes hummed. It would have been nice to have had a light in the closet. Read entire member review >>
We did an inside cabin on deck 7. Bed was nearly as wide as the room and it was very difficult to get up and maneuver around the mattress to get to the floor space. Other than that, it was more than adequate.
We didn't choose this for the comfort, but rather the price. We got what we paid for and were overall pleased with the location and what we received. Read entire member review >>
9289 - interior cabin oops, sorry, stateroom.
Comfortable, clean, well equipped. Very quiet. Excellent cabin steward.
Have decided we can have more cruises by taking cheaper inside staterooms rather than balconies. Read entire member review >>
Quite room, no noise, some movement as you are over the back. Quite a walk from the lift for less able people. Deck 9 good location, up to pool deck and windjammer and down to other areas. Not much room either side of bed and no room at the bottom to get round to the side so had to dive onto the bed really. Plenty of storage and luggage space under bed. Cabin attendant was excellent. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8517 is an inside cabin at the front of the ship on deck 8. There was more than enough space for all of our clothes. The cabin was of a good size, larger than on most cruises I have been on, and the biggest bed I have ever seen at sea. The cabin contained all we needed - Interactive TV, Tea making facilities, Safe, Radio, Hairdryer, Telephone, etc. Read entire member review >>
7699 inside cabin toward front of the ship. Small compared to other lines, but VERY modern and comfortable (great bedding). No shortage of storage. It was very quiet; never heard any neighbors and this ship was sailing full. Read entire member review >>
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