These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way to cruise. There's room for up to four guests and they include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and of course, you'll have room service and many other amenities.
We don't spend much time in our cabins except to sleep, shower and dress. This cabin was adequate for those activities. Better lighting would be a great improvement otherwise all was good. Read entire member review >>
Have been on many cruises, the inside cabins are small and I expect that. So this was no different. This will sound funny, but the toilet is facing the wall, so there was no way to sit right on the seat and fit your legs in. Had to sit sideways, was very strange / tight Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was average. The room was tiny, but it was large enough for the 3 of us. 1 King sized bed, 1 pull down bunk bed, 2 small tables, and dressers to store stuff. Not much room to walk, but then we didn't spend much time in the room. The beds were very comfortable. Firm, but not hard. Not a saggy spring bed like we've encountered before. The room was designed for 3 people, so it was likely one of the smallest on the ship (you get what you pay for I suppose). Read entire member review >>
Are was an inside room, the toilet was at an angle, it was weird to sit on it. The shower had a clothesline for wet clothes that was nice. The TV was yellow when we arrived so we had to have it changed. The beds were nice, extra storage underneath, I wish we had a clock. The phone was right behind the TV so it was hard to grab and hard to put back. It was terribly placed. As an inside room when the light are off, its pitch black, so if you like a really dark room to sleep in, inside rooms are great. There were time we were discombobulated because we had no clock so we had no idea what time of day it was. The steward made our trip, he covered 16 rooms did turn down service in the morning and night and left us cute towel animals. Anything we asked for he did his best to accommodate us. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom seemed small, even by inside standards, with no sofa and two desks. The shower is large by ship standards and has a sliding door instead of curtains. No power outlet in the bathroom. TV remote only powered on and did volume control (I had to push the tv buttons to change channels). The TV would not accept an external HDMI source even with my laptop connected by HDMI cable to it. Thermostat controls and heat level were very good. Bed was fine. Storage space was enough for a single person and probably two. Read entire member review >>
The room stewards were very personable and eager to please. Each time we left a wet towel on the bathroom floor and left for a few minutes, we would return to find a replacement clean towel, in addition to the daily towel "animals" placed on our bed. The room was large enough for our needs and the bathroom was actually larger than I had anticipated. There was plenty of storage space in the drawers and closet. Read entire member review >>
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