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.
The location is great for getting off the the ship as you are just one floor up. It is a little too far to take the stairs up to the lido deck. It can be a bit noisy in the evening as you are right below Spiegel Tent. Also I would ask that NCL bring back drawers as it is was hard to keep two weeks of clothes in these strange triangle shaped cubby holes.
Aside from that we slept on the bed well and were fine with the TV to do what we wanted. Read entire member review >>
The room that we had was an inside room and fit three people. It was very nice and everything looked brand new and shiny! The fact that you needed to keep your key card by the door in order for electricity to work bothered me, but besides that everything about it was really nice! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was just an average inside cabin on the lowest level. The shower was a nice design and size. The remote did not work for the TV but the steward changed it out. We don't spend extra on the cabin because we don't plan to spend much time in it. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was actually roomier than we had expected, bring an inside, economically priced room. The hall steward did a great job of keeping things cleaned up and welcoming. We had room to unpack so and there was also room for us to store out suitcases out of sight. Read entire member review >>
We had inside cabins 5189 and 5185. Spotless, thanks to Jenna and the light system that lets staff know when you are inside, needing room makeup, or wishing not to be disturbed. Loved the towel animals! We found these rooms very quiet and easy to sleep in- pitch dark and quiet. Ample storage space. Read entire member review >>
The cabin steward was awesome! He was very attentive and made everyone feel special. He was always smiling. The room itself was as expected - small - but we knew that and we fine with the size - we had 3 rooms for 6 people. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside stateroom on the lowest passenger deck. The room was very small but functional for two people (but we are fit people - larger individuals may want to consider a bigger room). We had enough storage space but not much room to walk around (you have to walk sideways between the bed and the wall). We did not love that the bed was two twins pushed together, as they would slide apart somewhat at night. The room was cleaned twice a day and was always spotless, although we found our steward very unfriendly and consequently requested that our service charged be reduced. We were given no problem with that and a supervisor immediately contacted us to find out about the problem. Read entire member review >>
About what you'd expect from a cabin on a major line. Nothing to write home about, but clean and serviceable.
Cabin Steward was great. Kept a relatively small cabin clean and made sure we had lots of clean towels. Read entire member review >>
The cabin steward was great. We had fresh towels throughout the cruise, and the room spruced up twice a day. That's all we needed and we were very grateful for that.
A cabin on the 5th floor--forward--was ideal. The three floors above us house guest services, the 24/7 eatery, bars, casino, dining halls, and the gangplank to shore. The top decks with all the parties, water attractions, etc. are a healthy stair climb away, including their crowds, noise, trash and puddles. Read entire member review >>
Comfy beds...lots of space for hiding luggage....lots of little cubbies to put things...steward visited room twice a day...loved the towel animals he would do each night...a little extra tipping goes a loooonnnggg way....loved free room service...take a power outlet if you have lots of devices....and extra hangers.... Read entire member review >>
We chose the cheapest inside cabin, as we always have, and the closet space was the smallest we have ever dealt with. We choose the cheapest cabin because we generally only sleep and shower there. The room steward was very good at keeping our room clean and stocked with clean towels. Read entire member review >>
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