The rooms were dated and small and my bed was very uncomfortable, but that wouldn't stop me from going again. Our housekeeper did an excellent job with our room and made different displays on our beds in all the rooms every night. Read entire member review >>
Extremely small cabin, hard mattresses closet space was adequate but there is no safe in the closet like in the other rooms. You can see where the safe was but it's not there now. No drawer space to speak of. Lighting in the mirror in the room and bathroom was adequate. Shower is very small, difficult to maneuver in. Gurgling toilet and shower drain with occasional overpowering sewer smell. I guess we may have been lucky though, other members of our party had much worse conditions in their cabins. Read entire member review >>
Yes, it is true that this ship has very small rooms, but who stays in their room on a cruise? I traveled with my daughter and we both agreed it was a nice and clean room. Open your luggage and put it under your bed and use it as a drawer :) Bathroom area was standard cruise size...again, clean and well maintained for its 20+ years of age. This room is very close to the front of the ship...very quiet and no ship movement felt. Need a little light, or want to know the weather outside...turn the tv to the bridge channel :) Read entire member review >>
Cabin was ok size and had lots of places to put our stuff but bathroom was moldy and rusted and the glass table had not been dusted in weeks. The corridor outside our door smelt so bad of sewage we had to hold our breath and walk quickly away, dodging the carpet cleaning equipment and blowers. This was going on all over the ship. Read entire member review >>
The room was small - but that's too be expected.
The staff made sure to clean the room daily and it was impeccible.
Every night they came in while we were out to lower the loft-style beds and every morning put them back up.
For me, given that we spent more time in the room than I would have expected, a little more space would have been nice, so lesson learned.
More than anything though, our room attendant (Shawin from Jamaica) was a super nice guy that went out of his way to say hello to us daily and talk with our kids and make sure that despite the small room was a perfect as he could make it. Read entire member review >>
-Very small but a lot of storage space.
-Plenty of room under the beds for suitcases and enough room in the closet for 2 people to hang up most of their clothes.
-Side mirror on vanity opens up with storage for small items.
-2 hooks in the room to hang random things (sweaters/bags)
-4 hooks on inside of bathroom door or bathing suits
-Bathroom is very tiny but the shower is very accommodating for tall people (shower head moves up and down and can also be hand held)
-Storage space in the bathroom is good, 2 shelves on the walls, a top counter, and a bottom counter where the trashcan is built in.
-I had the beds pushed together so the side table that would normally fold down between the beds was not usable. Instead we used the vanity chair as a side table and there are 2 small shelves at the head of the bed for glasses and such. Read entire member review >>
Of coure, very small, but very convenient location, near the elevators on deck 5, but on a side hallway so VERY quite. Easy walk to Centrum and Schoners Lounge, Casino, and the main theater. BIG PLUS when embarking or disembarking if you carry your own luggage--only 1 flight up or down.. Take steps or elevator to 11th floor and get off right at the Windjammer and the entrance to the pool area. Read entire member review >>
Not large and not a lot of drawer space, but fine for a 3/4 nighter. One observattion the bed was not in the middle? it was against the left wall, so had to crawl over the end of bed/partner to get in or our??
Room was clean, addentent pleasant-- got our towel animal Read entire member review >>
We had an inside stateroom which was small but we 'made do'...It was annoying that the 'mini bar' took up so much room but our attendant put it all up high on a shelf so we had more space. Yasa (room attendant) often went 'the extra mile' Read entire member review >>
Cabin was expected to be small - but we didn't mind. It was hot outside and our cabin was always nice and cool. At night it felt like we slept in a cave - so quiet - and we caught up on much needed sleep. My friends had a porthole so the morning sun woke them early while we got to sleep in. My only wish was that the pillow could be thicker. Read entire member review >>
Our room was small but we loved it. The bathroom was dated with a little rust but the ship was being updated after our cruise. The water from the shower drained slow. Pressure and temperature were good that is a plus for me. Read entire member review >>
I don't know what the letters next to Interior Stateroom above are supposed to mean but we were in an Interior Stateroom. Crazy small and dark. I hated being in there because it was so dark and depressing. Only 1 person could walk in the room at a time and no storage space for luggage. Stupid small! I can't believe they even made a room that small and advertised it for 4 people (which is how many we had in there), I can't imagine it would've been better with just 2 people since the beds are stacked. It was just crazy small like a broom closet they decided to throw 2 bunk beds in. We even had to put the ladder for the beds in the closet after they got into the top bunk because it took up the whole floor (yes, that's how small the floor space was!) Read entire member review >>
Very small but well appointed. If you are looking for the best value, this is it!! You are only going to sleep, shower and get dressed in your cabin for 3 days so why not go for the one that gives you the most bang for your buck? If it was a week long cruise, I would say go with the balcony but for a quick getaway, save your money for cocktails!! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was about what I expected. It was very small, but for 2 people it was okay. There was a bed that pulled out of the wall meaning it could sleep 3, but that would not have been pleasant at all. There was not much storage. Like I said in the review, I was disappointed that things didn't always work (door keys, safe). The bed wasn't particularly comfortable and the pillows were very flat. Being at the very front of the ship, we heard the anchor every day which my husband thought was cool...but this might bother some. Read entire member review >>
Terrible, very small, floor spacing sucks. No closet space, fridge is optional so if you do get it, it takes more away from the floor space. Bed was average. Playpen was brought in but it took up so much space, we just told the attendant to take it away. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small, but fine for two people. They pushed the beds together to form one large bed and the shower and bathroom were adequate. The closet had just enough hangers. Turn down the AC as soon as you get there so it's cool for you at night. Great service. Read entire member review >>
I was shocked at just how small the inside stateroom on Sovereign class ships really are. The Royal Caribbean WOW factor was already in full gear. To compare the, SINGLES cabin category on NCL ships are probably the same EXACT size, and do not require paying a 200% fee for singles. The shower had no door, just a shower curtain which flooded the bathroom. The TV was 13 inches, yes you read it correctly 13 inches. My macbook pro has a bigger screen. The phone was on the other side of the room from the bed, which is you know... convenient when you want a wake up call. The vent in the bathroom sometimes leaked a smell of raw sewage.... if you need that wake up in lieu of a morning coffee... this is for you! Bed was lumpy and NOT comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Majesty of the Seas 3003 - Double cabin, Deck 3 all the way forward. Can hear the anchor being dropped and the bow thrusters when manuvering to dockMajesty of the Seas 3503 - Triple cabin (1 bunk bed) Deck 3 all the way forward Can hear the anchor being dopped and the bow thrusters when manuvering to dock Read entire member review >>
3069 - Deck 3 / Interior Cabins are less expensive and COZY!! Want a Cold, Dark, Cozy Room to take a nap after eating too much??? Interior Rooms are the Best! Beds are high enough where the biggest suitcase can slide right underneath, storage is easy, you just have to think OCD, but it will ALL fit! You are not in the room very much so it shouldn't be too much of a concern. And most people OVERPACK for 3 & 4 day cruises anyway. Read entire member review >>
We knew it would be the smallest cabin on the ship and were pleasantly surprised with how well it worked. It is designed well with attention to maximum use of every inch of space. All our stuff fit in the closets and drawers very well. The room functions better with two twin beds than with one queen. You would have one person trapped in a corner, having to climb out over the other person if set up as a queen bed. Also the pop up end table only is available when set up as two twins. If you are a very large person you may have trouble with the shower. There is a little clothes line in the shower. That was very handy. Read entire member review >>
After we boarded we went straight to our cabin and were pleased with what we saw. We decided to get an inside cabin since we both love absolute darkness when we sleep and we wouldn't be in the cabin very much anyway. We had cabin 4579 which was good for us and we were only a couple of decks above the exit for ports. In the cabin was a desk and small chair, a king size bed, one closet and of course the bathroom. I felt there was not enough storage space to put our stuff, but other than that the room was OK sized. The bathroom had a shower with a curtain and a small sink with glass shelves on each side. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6009 was small, clean, comfortable. It was an inside room surrounded on all four sides by either a room or a hallway. But it was quiet. Situated all the way in the front of the ship it was a bit of a walk from everything. Read entire member review >>
The Cabin was Way Too Small for 4 people, but when we booked, it was all that was left. It was clean, well stocked and everything worked, but in order for one person to walk to the bathroom, three other people had to sit on the beds and pull their feet up to make way. There was also not anything close to adequate closet space or drawer space but there was plenty of room for the extra-large suitcases to fit easily under the beds. Read entire member review >>
hallway was noisy....there was this kid who would run up and down the hall. one day I told my travel buddy I was going to hide and wait for the kid to run down the hallway and then at the last second stick my arm out from a side hallway and clothes line him.....but I then realized that was wrong and it would only get me in trouble and he only did it two or three times a day, no big deal Read entire member review >>
The rooms on Majesty are very small, however manageable for us, since we don't spend that much time in our room anyway. For a short cruise, the cabinet space is doable; however for longer sailings you might not be able to unpack everything. Read entire member review >>
Cat K cabin - TINY. No closet shelves, no storage space.
Cat SO cabin - Small but fine for two people. Okay amount of storage. Our "partially obstructed view" was QUITE obstructed. Read entire member review >>
Tiny room, but good for 2 people, unless both want to move around at the same time. Very comfy bed with great bedding. Nice flatscreen TV above bed, easy to see. Front of boat, so anchor noise was loud. Read entire member review >>
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