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.
This is the FIRST time I have ever done an inside cabin- While it was adequate to sleep, I will never be sailing in one of these again. Too small- not enough space. Lack of ability to tell what time of day it was, was a real problem for us. Read entire member review >>
Out of all the cabins in our group mine was the smallest, it literally made me claustrophobic (and to think we paid $2500 per cabin and had 5 cabins.) The toilet didn't flush on three out of the 7 days we were aboard. In my mom's room the tub was clogged, they didn't get their drink package until day 2, they didn't even get their wifi until day 4 and never got their onboard credits. In another cabin the sheets were not changed for the 1st 2 days and you could clearly see food stains they didn't receive their onboard credits, the bartenders were rude to them and guest assistance refused to refund $378 in gratuity fees. Read entire member review >>
Very small. Poor storage. Television has few channels. Was watching news channel and was getting soccer game audio instead of news audio. Poor design of room. Bathroom of good size, shower good. Read entire member review >>
Larger than expected. Storage was adequate. There are lots of hidey-holes in the cabinets for articles that can clutter. Shower was good. Bath was larger than expected also. Cabin steward was great, with the usual towel animals and so on. For an inside cabin, it made for a nice cruise, because we are not the types to sit around inside. We caught a tip here on Cruise Critic and brought battery operated candles to use as night lights. Helped a lot. Just enough light to see in the dark. One thing we hated: Having to put a room key into a slot to leave the power on. We used another card so the power stayed on so devices could charge. Read entire member review >>
Excellent service. We only spent much of the time in the cabin sleeping and getting ready for the day. So we didn't mind that it was an inside stateroom. HOWEVER :) when you walk down the halls and are able to see the balcony rooms being cleaned made us want one, we will look into getting a balcony room on our next cruise. The room was made up everyday and turned down at night. The towel animals were especially cute. We went looking for an ice machine the first night. The steward stopped us and said he would take care of it. We had ice in our room everyday and refilled at night. Read entire member review >>
We had the last cabin available, so I assume it might be one of the worst. However, even with that said, I really didn't mind it. Compared to some of the older ships I have been on, it offered a lot of storage space. Bathroom was very large and offered a nice vanity for your toiletries. My husband complained of noise from the Breakaway theater that was located two decks above us. I use earplugs and never heard a thing and slept like a baby. There was also crew door right next ours which kept opening throughout the night. It's not so bad, but it slammed every time it opened. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin was very comfortable. The bathroom was large and handy. We always get inside cabins, as you don't spend that much time in them anyway. For the price we can go on more cruises. Our room steward was very friendly and attentive. Read entire member review >>
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