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 itself surpassed my expectations, however the bed was a bit on the hard side and the pillows could have been a bit more plush, they were flattened out. Our cabin Stuart was great, providing us with daily entertainment with towel critters daily. We saw him every day and he asked if there was anything that we needed every time we saw him. Read entire member review >>
We had a bit of trouble with the room. There was a leak in the AC unit and the water had backed up into the room. There was quite a smell after day two. We spoke to the manager and she point blank told us they would fix it but they did not have another room. She point blank stated we were rude about it. We weren't. As a matter of fact my friends told us we didn't do enough.
Well, the smell never left the room and "surprise" they found another room after discovering more water behind the couch.
As a business owner, I do know that people do complain to get something more. Like upgraded. And people do on occasion screw something up purposely to get an upgrade. This wasn't the case and they should have investigated and found a way to get us into another room right away. They did not.
We did get a free meal in a fancy restaurant on the ship. It was good but why give me a free meal when they could have just sent me to another room in the first place instead of no listening to what I was saying. Read entire member review >>
Oslo deck inside cabingreat storage system lots of hangers, baskets and shelves for storage and really liked having the fridge as my husband is diabetic and was great for the insulin room was always scrupulously clean bathroom not bad but shower a bit small not bad for me being 5 ft tall but cant imagine a big person beds were comfy had a flat screen tv Loved Oslo deck was very quiet and a bit on its own, not difficult to find it is kind of deck 6A you go to the front of the ship through the casino and take a right hand turn down a set of steps and you are on the half deck Oslo deck close to elevators and close to the stores and casino and restaurants just one floor down Read entire member review >>
Room 6102. no immediate elevator acces. But it did not bother us at all. Acces was a stairway on deck 7, that went down about ten steps. Super quiet area! A little rock, as it was almost all the way forward. Read entire member review >>
Deck 6A id very quiet but at first hard to locate! The shower felt larger than on some ships. Always clean and well supplied. We had an inside cabin and rarely heard fellow passengers. Even had a small couch in the cabin and a desk. The color TV was not working well but we spent little time in the room. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside Cabin on Deck 9. Roomer than any other we had been on plus had refrigerator, safe, extra closets and could hold an additional two people without any problem. TV Channels lacked variety, but what do you expect on a cruise. Bathroom was about the same size as other cruise lines. Cabin service was good, but never saw the two stewarts assigned to our cabin. Cabin needed some heavier cleaning than it was getting & not to many gift items available. Read entire member review >>
Great location - close to the atrium and the gangways for getting on/off ship. A few nights we heard loud noise in the hallway which we thought was crew as the voices we heard were of young people (which was not the demographic of our passengers). Minor problems with the cabin included the toilet not working on day (was quickly fixed), shower curtain and track breaking (which was fixed quickly) and a light that was out. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin was in a great location, quiet, private between floors 6 and 7 -- no traffic except for those on this wing. Also easy access to theater, restaurants, etc. Might add that the light in the closet was great. Read entire member review >>
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