Inside staterooms feature two lower beds that convert to a queen, a lighted recess above the bed, television, vanity area with shelves and lots of storage space, full-size closet, and a recessed nook under the television.
We were only two people (retired and married) and honestly, I don't know how 4 people would fit in this stateroom. It was small!!!! With no drawers and no place to sit other than an ottoman and the bed. The bathroom was standard ship size (very adequate). I do recommend that you bring an electrical zip strip as there are only two outlets. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in category I1 (Family Inside Stateroom) - Room number 13605.There is a pole right outside of the cabin, bearing left of the door (when facing the hallway).Two single beds with two pull-mans. Tiny as expected, but functional.The safe is way too small (considering 4 people with their passports, wallets, cell phones, etc.)Bathroom is relatively huge - 2 people can stand in the showering area, 1 can stand next to the toilet and 1 can stand next to the sink. Read entire member review >>
We had four people in an inside cabin and the storage space was very limited. The bathroom were quite nice. Cabin was very quiet. Closet space was limited. Fortunately most of our luggage fit under the bed, but we did have one that would not fit and so it had to be left in the room. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was tiny. The beds were extremely comfortable and very clean. Bathroom a disappointment - size and hardware. Sink faucet leaked constantly, toilet erratic. Very quiet hallway, close to children's club but collection area for dirty linens and used dinner plates so not pleasant to walk past. Layout of cabin means one bunk ladder quite dangerous. Read entire member review >>