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.
Everything was excellent. We had an inside cabin which I thought would cause me to get stir crazy but it did not. We had a queen bed with ample room on both sides of the bed. The bathroom was just the right size for one person. The room was clean and well kept. Each night we got in with a animal towel waiting for us! Read entire member review >>
I listed inside cabin. I don't know the actual category. It was an interior cabin in the forward 3rd of the ship.
It was larger than the one I had stayed in with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. We felt like we had plenty of room in our interior stateroom. I'm not denying it was small, but I didn't feel claustrophobic or cramped. Our stateroom steward was phenomenal. She addressed us by name and started to anticipate our needs, which was great! By the way, THERE IS a mini-fridge in the cabin (for the mini-bar). Before the cruise, I asked a phone rep and they said there was not one in my room type, so we went without soda for a week. We could have easily brought it on board and put them in there to chill. I think they told me "no" so I would be more inclined to buy a soda package, which I didn't do. Read entire member review >>
More room than I thought we would have. Bunk bed on one side and twin on other. Some issues with glass in cabin and shower scald potential and unlocked minibar otherwise nice. Very quiet and temp control was good. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is across from the storage area for the towels and rooms. So while it's quiet at night being in the corner, it was a little noisy in the mornings with the stewards rummaging around across from it. Read entire member review >>
Wheelchair-accessible inside cabin. Huge well-planned bathroom, comfortable bed, with separate vanity, mini-fridge, flat-screen TV, it was larger than the equivalent cabin on Carnival. Somewhat isolated, exceedingly quiet yet easy access to restaurants, clubs, elevators. Read entire member review >>
8517 Not as bad as a previous review had led me to believe. It was small which was expected and it was located under the showroom. Since the shows ended at 10 p.m. each night and we spend very little time in the cabin, there was no problem with noise. The same review mentioned that there would be noise from the anchor, but we never heard it. We like an inside cabin because it is so great for sleeping (very dark), and the money saved is almost enough for another cruise. Read entire member review >>
Small, poor lighting, smelled like cigarette smoke in the hallway leading up to the room, a fair amount of ship motion since the room is fairly forward, poorly maintained & cleaned, not enough counter/desk space, but is quiet. Read entire member review >>
We loved our inside cabin; and our room stewards were great, always attentive to our needs. The location was deck 8 above the Stardust Theater. We never heard any noise and the location (Forward, Starboard)was ideal. We had plenty of room, the bathroom was larger that I expected; and it is the best I have slept in months. I miss the Pearl rocking me to sleep each night. Read entire member review >>
8121 is right above the bowling alley and bar area. You can hear the loud music at night, but I loved the locations that is close to the main dining room two floors down, fresh coffee 24 hours a day in the Blue Lagoon Cafe and close to the Atrium area. Room is small, but plenty of space for two adults on a week cruise. We actually had storage room we did not use. Stuffed our suit cases under the bed.
Emptied the frig and used it all week for juices, ice tea etc. It is a standard interior room. The hallways were very very quiet as they dead end and are not through freeways on floors where everyone walks to get from one end of the ship to the other. I called floor 10 and 11 our freeways to the Spa on the Bow of the ship. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 9155, an aft inside stateroom. I believe there was a crew corridor right next to us. On the first night, there was this curious knocking noise that continued into the night from where the corridor would be. I couldn't figure out what it was, but it didn't happen again. I can only guess that something had come loose in the crew area and was fastened again after that first night.
Otherwise, it was a great place to be. We were very close to the elevator that took us straight up to the Garden Cafe and straight down to the Summer palace, and was nice and quiet for being so close to elevators.
The cabin was thoughtfully laid out and we never felt cramped or that we needed more space. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin (JJ) was fine. Small, but lots of places to store things and a small but nice bathroom. Very comfy beds!! Very bow of the ship and just above the theater, but very little noise. Fine location. Read entire member review >>
If you really tried, you could hear some music from the theatre during shows, but if you were speaking or watching television, etc. it wasn't noticable. Other than that, it was a fine inside cabin. Read entire member review >>
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