We chose an interior room as we knew we would not be spending much time in our room. They are small as expected but it worked out just fine for two of us. The beds were very comfortable. The room was kept very clean. Our room steward (Harry) did a great job! Read entire member review >>
Location was on Deck 2 forward, and cabin was nice, but in order to reach cabin we could not walk from aft to forward on deck 2. We needed do go forward on another deck and then go down to 2. Took us longer than usual, maybe 4 or 5 days before we could easily find our cabin. However it was needed exercise, so it's not a complaint but just a notice if cabin location is priority item for those reading this. Read entire member review >>
the pillows were a little skinny. The shower was good. We liked the bowed door where you can actually turn around in the shower, and water doesn't get on the floor. TV moves so you can watch in bed or while sitting on the couch. Refrigerator in room.
Excellent room steward. They work so hard. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was ok. Personally I think the decor seem dated to me like 80's ish. To me the other bad thing is they always seem to have this little glass top coffee table, and there just is not room for it. We always slide it as far in to a corner as possible and put the trash can under it. Pretty much just used the cabin to sleep anyway, and it was perfect for that. I think it would be nice if the line provided a small night light as those interior rooms get really dark. Read entire member review >>
Small cabin - we split the beds apart to allow us to get to the bathroom in the evening. As we were only in the cabin to sleep and shower, it was fine. Mattresses were fine - I actually slept great. Read entire member review >>
This is an accessible cabin, and very well laid out for those who are wheelchair user's, with plenty of room, and ample storage. The beds were very comfortable. The roll-in shower contained the water better than some other's we have been in. The only negative was a cosmetic one...although the cabin was kept spotless, there was some damage to the sink bowl, like chips or possibly cigarette burns in a couple of spots.
It would be nice if they retrofitted the cabin doors with power doors like the newbuilds now have.... Read entire member review >>
Stateroom was basic - but we hardly spent any time in it, only to sleep and shower etc.. so it was fine for our needs.. just a little small!! the bed was so large, we couldn't walk around it, there just wasn't room... if they are going to put super king size beds in these rooms, they should at least leave enough space to walk down both sides!! however - it didn't spoil our holiday, and I would always take one of these again, as they are by far the cheapest way to cruise! Read entire member review >>
Interior room. Has two beds that are pulled from the celing. My brother said it was really comfortable. The tv was really nice. The bathroom did not spill water into the rest of the cabin. Only bad thing is, you hear everything in the solarium. They have a party the third night on the solarium, so you hear everything! Read entire member review >>
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