These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for you to cruise. With room for up to four, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests. And of course you'll have access to room service and all kinds of other great amenities on board.
Our Cabin: We had an inside cabin. We had bid on a balcony but we were not successful. we were disappointed until we saw our cabin. The layout was fantastic. We had lots of room. The bathroom was larger then I expected or experienced for a cabin. Read entire member review >>
Side-ways cabin......would not probably book one again. VERY small, and had absolutely no embellishments...nothing even on the walls! Always book inside cabins and this one was dark and dismal. Read entire member review >>
Our stewardess was very nice--always in a good mood!!!! I loved the towel animals and chocolates she left on the bed each night!
We had an inside cabin not sure of the letters. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small, not a lot of room to move around, However there was ample storage room (suitcase fit under the beds) and it had all the basic facilities that you needed. The cabin was cleaned regularly and there was always fresh towels and anything you may need. The fish on the carpets in the hallways was a great way to help you navigate around the cabin corridors, in that the fish swim to the front of the ship. At turndown in the evenings, the cabin steward would make towel animals which provided great entertainment. Read entire member review >>
The cabin attendant made up our room "like a ninja" to quote the comedian.
However there was a lot of dust and cobweb between the fridge and the wall. and above the tv and in the cupboards. Read entire member review >>
small of course but I did like the bathroom. Shower was large. Had sliding door instead of a curtain so this contained the water much better than curtains do. The sink was large with a large counter and I liked that the spigot swiveled. The bathroom had several shelves below the sink that were good for storage, just not as convenient to access (lots of bending, or stooping)
TV was small but adequate for the amount of time we spend in it. Read entire member review >>
We like the cabins better on The Sun because they are bigger with a sofa. The showers on The Star, however, are better than on The Sun. I keep forgetting to bring hair conditioner/cream rinse with me and wish it was provided (separate from the shampoo). Read entire member review >>
This is the most forward inside cabin on deck 9. I can report you will hear every sound from the Stardust Theater on decks 6 and 7. On the deck maps it appears that this cabin is between cabins on deck 8 and deck 10. I investigated and on deck 8 there is a small area about the length of 3 inside cabins that is walled off. Cabin 9005 is directly above this area.
On the good news side, the Stardust Theater completes all of it's activities by 10:45-11:00pm. After that it is VERY quiet. Read entire member review >>
We usually get an inside cabin because we spend such little time in it. I thought the cabin was very clean and comfortable. There was plenty of storage and hooks to keep my room neat and organized. The bathroom was clean and I even felt like it was larger than some bathrooms I've had on other cruises. Read entire member review >>
This is the worst inside cabin that we have ever had. The bathroom was terrible. You had to sit on an angle on the toilet to go to the bathroom. The step was too high to get into the bathroom from the cabin. I scraped my feet several times entering and coming out of the bathroom. I am a short person. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very small (smaller than other insides we have had) Since it is forward, we felt the rocking of the ship at night, but it was pleasant. We could very easily hear our neighbors on one side. Issues with toilet flushing and a wet spot on the carpet just inside the door. Read entire member review >>
cabin was fine other then had bed on wall so awkward to get in and out. We said next time will ask for the beds to be split if has bed on wall which we just did on our 4 day Pearl cruise and much easier! Makes the room look much bigger also. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was one of the smallest cabins that we ever had on a cruise the room had adequate storage. One of the largest showers we have had on a cruise. Since the outlets are limted I would recommending bringing a power strip. Read entire member review >>
Small but satisfactory for our needs. Conveniently located near elevators. Did not have instructions on phone for use, we were supposed to know that numbers are printed on the daily newsletter. Who would have thought?! No pen or paper to write notes. No room service information or order cards. TV and web cam didn't always work. We had to request those from guest services who never answered the phone because there was only 1 person on the staff that handles calls. It took us a trip to the front desk to find out how to work the phone and get the cards. Read entire member review >>
I had a sideways cabin in a great location. We have discovered that sideways cabins appear to have more space. I liked it enough that I have booked the same cabin on my next cruise. Read entire member review >>
We had an side forward cabin which was comfortable. The bathroom shower was spacious, there was plenty of storage space and there were several mirrors which added depth to the room. Only $399 per person! Read entire member review >>
The interior cabins on this ship are the smallest I have seen across 3 other cruise lines and on 10 different ships. The furniture included a chair and a stool, both of which were just in the way. The TV was a 13 inch CRT vs. flat screen LCD and there were no network channels available. The bath had a roomy shower stall with door, but the commode was wedged in at an angle. It is hard to imagine a large (or tall) person sitting there comfortably. I have had interior cabins on other lines and a few extra square feet makes a world of difference. There was a problem with extremely hot water coming out of the sink and shower regardless of desired setting. (This was NOT operator error) Despite several complaints the issue was never resolved. They kept trying to adjust the faucets, but the cold water supply line coming into the cabin was supplying hot water most of the time. Read entire member review >>
Small and needed minor maintenance. Obvious places cleaned, but top shelves, under bed were not for a long time. We actually like inside cabins for the quiet and no early morning sun. Star just not getting the details right. Read entire member review >>
8005 was a standard inside cabin. Everything was in good condition and good working order. I don't know how much longer they will be able to keep those tiny old classic TVs working. I had good Internet signal from my room. Read entire member review >>
Spacious for an inside cabin.
Good sized bathroom, efficiently laid out for ease of use.
Enjoyed the beds and darkness of the cabin at night (made for good sleeping).
Enough storage space for three people had we had a third person with us.
Cabin staff sometimes forgot towels or wash clothes (there were none when we first arrive) but after the first day, but this was not a huge problem for us. Read entire member review >>
We had an interior cabin which was tiny. We usually take an interior and although they are always small, this one seemed a bit smaller. Although adequate, we have had much better ones on Royal Caribbean. Read entire member review >>
8161: Our cabin (Interior - J class), was adequate but smallish, though the bathroom was more than adequate. It was quiet, though one occasionally heard what was going on in the next room, but nothing unusual. The closet space is really small and inadequate for more than one person. Read entire member review >>
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