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.
STATEROOM 4541: The cabin itself is situated down a dead-end hallway mid-ship on deck 4. This was an interior triple cabin with a fold down bed affixed to the right cabin wall. The beds were separated as there were supposed to be three guests. Since they all missed their flights, I was alone and had the beds pushed together. Both mattresses were so worn you could visibly see the imprint of where people’s mid-sections had rested. I didn’t plan on sleeping much on this cruise anyway but the bed surely didn’t help. That was the only drawback to the cabin. The rest of the cabin was in working order, clean and loaded with towels for three guests. Plenty of storage space available for three guests and all the more for one guest! Read entire member review >>
The room was so tiny. There was way too much furniture in the room. I had requested the twin beds set up into a queen bed for my spouse and I. The stool for the tiny vanity was under the chair which went with the square table which was pushed in the corner. I could not get around the bed on the left side because there was no room to pass. The bathroom was the saving grace, roomy shower but the bathroom was not clean when we arrived, soap residue in the soap dishes and the sink. The shower was also stopped up and I reported it to the room steward, who informed me they would take care of it. I also found change on the floor and candy wrappers. Room staff did have a clue of the type of cruise it was, staff asked if this was rum cruise, so they appeared to not have knowledge about which charter they were serving.This room sits behind the laundry room facility for the ship, expect to be awakened early in the morning with noise from the massive laundry machines. Read entire member review >>
My sister and I had inside rooms at 9163 and 9157. They were a little smaller than other cruise lines, but had plenty of storage. The shower was nicer than most too. If you are tall though the toilet may be difficult to use. You have to be slightly turned; if you are not your knees hit the wall. The beds were very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
We booked an inside cabin which was not in a main hallway, but just off the one near the front of the ship (4543) fairly near the elevators. This kept us away from any hall noise and yet close to the elevators to the theatre and Spinnaker lounge. We also discovered we would disembark in port from this level several times, so our least expensive cabin turned out to be GREAT, and we never felt deprived as we spent very little time there. (the tv always had a view from the front of the ship so you could tell where you were and what the weather was). I would have liked a daily list of tv programs/movies, but otherwise, the cabin had everything we needed (nice little refrigerator for our sodas, nice sized closet, plenty of space for our clothes and suitcases, two desktops). My only 'complaint' if any would be that there was a pull down bed on the wall that we didn't need, and I hit my head on it a couple of times when I forgot it was there. It was also a little tight on the other side of the bed because of the one desktop. Otherwise, a good space to sleep and change; good value! Read entire member review >>
Plenty of space for two - probably the size of your first apartment bedroom. Big closet with shelves inside and a safe. Plenty of hangars. A vanity area with more shelves and drawers. Coffee maker (didn't use it) and TV. Shower had great pressure. Bathroom had plenty of shelves for toiletries and suitcases fit pretty well under the bed. Quiet, quiet, quiet. The only thing we could hear from our room were hallway announcements (muffled) and shutting doors. 5021 has no bordering rooms, so I think it's probably quieter than others. The bed was SO comfortable. Read entire member review >>
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