Our cabin on this ship was nice, for a small inside cabin it had a lot of drawer, shelf and closet space. The only complaint was that the light switch for the bathroom was not near the door handle but on the other side of the door. Newer ships have automatic night lights in the bathroom so at night you don't have to turn on the lights and illuminate the whole cabin. Read entire member review >>
Standard interior cabin, not much room to move around the bed when they are put together as there is about six inches between the end of the bed and the sofa and dresser on each side. Generous closet space, and eight dresser drawers. The lavatory is standard, commode, round shower with plastic circular doors, two toiletry/ medicine cabinets with three shelves each. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was OK.Usual RC interior standard cabin. It shouldn't have been noisy but could tell you that the occupants upstairs started to get ready every evening at 5.25PM, came in between 12 and 1 AM each night and got up to the toilet between 4 and 5.30AM. Maybe they were just a herd of elephants who had moved in though. Read entire member review >>
We purchased an interior stateroom 6365. The room was visibly clean. However, one could detect smoking from previous guests. I have COPD so I try to avoid smoking areas if at all possible. I think if they replaced the carpet and gave everything a thorough wipe down with a disinfectant that would fix the problem. We like our room very cool and this was just not the case with this stateroom. We called maintenance to see if someone could check out our room to see if anything could be done. A maintenance man did come down and he did work on the thermostat. It worked a bit better but still not really that big of an improvement. I felt like there were plenty of cabinets and space in the closet. The safe was a bit finicky but did work. I did loooooooooooooove the fact that the t.v was on a swivel. Also, we could check on our onboard account, order room service, check out menus through our t.v. A really great idea! The bathroom was tiny but that wasn't a surprise. I was glad to see handles in the shower and a removable shower head/wand. Another quirk with our room, was the lack of extra washcloths. The room steward said there were a shortage and he was sorry. Read entire member review >>
Small cabin, windowless, but as experienced cruisers we left the balcony staterooms to the new cruisers in our group! Comfortable beds and airconditioning system that works well. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside stateroom. It was port side aft-far from the elevators, which was the only bad thing about the room. Since we were first time cruisers we didn't know what to expect other than pictures or what people have told us (that they are the size of closets!) Honestly we were impressed with the room. Much bigger than expected and our stewards kept the room cleaned everyday. Read entire member review >>
7379 inside - nice but can vibrate a bit when ship moving off or slowing down into port, can wake you up!! As its at the end of corridor you don't get anyone walking past ! Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin 8113 at the front of the ship. Interior stateroom. In good condition. Very quiet. Not too far from lifts. At other side of ship though from windjammer and dining rooms, Read entire member review >>
7347 was a great cabin. We really could not hear anything that our neighbors were doing. Also, it was in the aft area of the ship, so there were no walk-throughs (the only people passing our cabin were those with cabins further aft). The location was great -- near the stairs and the library (helped us to remember where our cabin was). Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7119 forward was comfortable but small as expected. We are okay with inside cabins as we are there only for sleeping and it's nice to take an afternoon nap in complete darkness. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 8, Cabin 1353. It's an interior cabin, not too far from the stairway and elevators at the back of the ship.Highly practical, as all of the dining rooms and windjammer are at the back of the ship, along with the photo gallery, ice rink entrance, elevators that go to the Viking Lounge/Cosmopolitan Club, and pool. The cabin was a typical interior cabin- we love them, simply because if we want to turn off the lights and take a nap at 2pm, we can, and it's pitch black. Bathroom is small, yet efficient. The shower doesn't soak the floor and sink area, as the shower has doors that close, unlike some older ships. The closet held all of our clothes just fine, but we tend to pack light. If you like to bring loads of clothes, then bring some hangers too.. although I bet you could just ask your stateroom attendant for more. :) Very sound proof-we didn't hear anything from the hallways or neighbors- not even the announcements from the Captain that I was trying to hear- I had to open the door to listen. The only thing we heard, with the TV off in the room, was a ringing phone from somewhere, maybe our attendant's station? Read entire member review >>
inside smallest cabin and the value is opujtstanding since we spend all our time on the ship doing activities and paying far less than everyone else doing the same activities. Smallish but clean and two singles combine to a queen with only enough room for two people. Read entire member review >>
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