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.
Yes, this was an inside room, but wow, I guess I just didn't realize how poorly set up it would be. The pullout bed was fine, but I really wish there would have been two. Instead, there was a cot that they would put in between the two full size beds. My feet dangled from the cot, so I had to take one full size bed, hubby took the other full size and dd took the cot in the middle. So that meant I couldn't sleep beside my husband one night on this cruise. Very upsetting. Read entire member review >>
Our inside stateroom was bigger then I expected (this was my first cruise). Ok accommodations. Our bathroom was filthy when we arrived with feces in the toilet, obviously no one touched it since last people were in there. A little hard to find. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was small but not cramped. It was tastefully decorated. It was toward the bow of the ship and was extremely quite the whole cruise. The bathroom was the highlight of the cabin. The stall shower is quite spacious compared to other cruise ship bathrooms I have been in. It was decorated with faux wood walls done in a very warm honey color and the floor was a calming teal green tile. I loved the bathroom. The closet space was adequate. Our room steward Johnson was fantastic. We had towel animals every night and he would always say good morning or evening when he saw us. He would also ask how our day was. He was the best room steward we have ever had. I would not hesitate to do another inside room next cruise. Read entire member review >>