These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for you to cruise. With room for up to five, you'll have a sitting area, two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a pull down bed and a convertible sofa.
The cabin was nicer than expected with plenty of storage. The steward did not keep it as clean as I would have liked. The bathroom smelled and we had items in the room from the last occupants. The location was nice and quiet, but close to the elevators and stairs. Only one plug so glad we brought an extension cord. Read entire member review >>
The standard family cabin (interior aft) was a generous size and the beds and pillows were comfortable. We all slept very well. The 9th floor was nice and quiet. Air conditioning was comfortable, and storage was ample. The pull-out sofa fabric needed to be re-upholstered. We had one instance where the toilet would not flush, but our room porter took care of it immediately. There were three outlets, but only one of the three outlets was a U.S.-style outlet. Since we had been told that we would not need to bring outlet converters, we had difficulty keeping our cameras and cell phones charged. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin in the corner, so I believe it was larger than others. It was nice and roomy. We had one issue with the room the first night -- our toilet would not flush. That was annoying and embarrassing. You pushed the button and nothing. The signs warn of not flushing things because you will breaking 50 other toilets. I guess someone did this. Another issue that we had was the walls were squeaky. We normally enjoying being aft and hearing the engine noise and being rocked to sleep, but in this cabin the squeaking covered up some engine noise. Maybe it was due to us being inside instead of an oceanview, so we could not hear the engine as well. Besides the squeaking, the room was very quiet. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in excellent condition with all of the amenities we desired. The bed was hard (just the way we like it) and incredibly comfortable. I must note that sheets were put on our bed with a medium-size hole in one of them however. Our steward kept the room spotless at all times. I would suggest that the ship reduce the amount of beverages in the refrigerator that were for sale; it was packed solid. If I were to book another cruise on the Sun, I would definitely request the same cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin room was plenty for us as we are not in the room much at all. The shower is very small and makes it difficult to shave your legs, but other than that there was plenty of room for two during our 11 day cruise. The bed on the other hand were awful! They were so hard and lumpy that my husband and I had to take Advil PM in order to be able to sleep. 11 days is a long time to sleep on a lumpy, hard bed! Our needs were met by our room steward everyday. We always received prompt service when requested and we had fresh ice in our ice bucket each time we returned to our room. He kept it very clean and was the only employee that we felt deserved additional tip money from us. Read entire member review >>
8133. We had never had such a spacious room. It was aft, behind the elevators. Our booking consultant said it was a good deal because it was larger ... but that it might be noiser. We could hear the music from the stage shows during their practices, but never heard it at any other times. There was less hall traffic because there were relatively few rooms aft of the elevators.
It probably had 2 1/2 times as much shelf and closet space as any room we'd ever had (we can only afford inside staterooms). We'll definitely look for a similar room if we can ever take another cruise. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 8312 - handicapped accessible. It was a big room, but the bathroom was a pain. The water from the shower went everywhere and the bathroom floor was always soaked. There was only one outlet in the room! Read entire member review >>
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