Although the ship does show it's age in the cabin furnishings and bath, it was clean and comfortable. The cabins really do need a remodel. Our steward did an adequate job. We chose an interior cabin which was very quiet. We would not recommend booking a cabin that faces the interior promenade, which had loud music and lights flashing around. Read entire member review >>
Clean although the stateroom is a little tired looking e.g. plastic peeling off toilet seats which had been glued back in place and painted over, tv signal wouldn't work when the hairdryer was being used etc. Very little sailing movement felt in our stateroom, and quiet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is an inside-out. Meaning it is a standard inside cabin with no window on the outside of the ship. Located close to the aft, port corner of the ship. It follows a row of balcony cabins towards the back. It is very quiet and small, but functional. No issues at all. Read entire member review >>
9587. Midship port inside room. This room was next to a service area. While it was not always noisy, my wife commented a couple of times wondering what a whirring noise was that was periodic. I also heard a different noise that was a low db level high frequency fluctuating hum. It did not keep me awake, but someone who is bothered by any repetitive noise may find it irritating. Read entire member review >>
Room 9283. It was a delight. I never heard hall noises or next door cabin occupants. I slept like a baby. The room was small as I expected. Don't drop your soap in the shower it is not easy to get back but again as expected.
This room also had no loud venues like the theater near it, over it or under it. If on this ship again I will look for this room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was dated and noisy from the disco below. We had to be moved. Bathrooms were the smallest we have experienced. Bathroom had a chipped floor and chipped mirror and a dirty shower stall. TVs were apparently new, but had very poor resolution.
Remote controls did not work well. Read entire member review >>
9589, interior cabin starboard amidships. Superb bathroom fixtures. I wish ours at home were of that quality. Excellent lighting. Curtaining off the bed allowed one to rest while the other part of the cabin was being used. More than adequate storage and hangars. Our cabin attendant surprised us with towel animals on 3 occasions, including our anniversary. Toiletries available upon request, as was a terry robe for after swim, and a sewing kit. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin, bathroom best I've seen. TV squeaks a little when ships rock. I put some towels around it and it stopped. Sometimes you have to be McGuiver. You can hear low banging on the other side of the wall. I don't know if there is a hallway back there or not. Not enough noise to be a concern. This cabin is quiet and dark, dark, dark.. *happy Hardly any traffic in the hallway. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin was on the 8th floor. It was in a good location, near the elevators. The cabin was perfectly adequate for everything we required. We particularly liked the bathroom which was well designed. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small but standard for any line's inside cabin. We managed fine with the closet space. The cabin was next to a linen storage room used by the cabin attendents; however, we never heard any noise from them. In fact, the room was very quiet. It was clean and well maintained by our steward. Read entire member review >>
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