The stateroom was larger than we expected based on a previous cruise. We chose to keep our beds together and still had plenty of room to walk around our side of the bed. They made great use of the space with various storage options. The bathroom had a shelving system, as well to store our toiletries. The TV pivoted so that we could watch it either from the couch or the bed. Read entire member review >>
We choose an inside cabin so that we can rest 24/7 if we like (we never know when the sun is rising). This was not a good plan on Oasis, since it's all about the balconies. I'm convinced our's was the smallest cabin I've ever seen...but that was my choice. In the future I will pay more attention to sq. footage. The cabin was in need of refurbishing, as well as the mattress and lumpy bedding. Read entire member review >>
My room was perfect. A window or balcony would have been great but I just didnt have the financial capability to upgrade
I would stay in this room again
Level 14 - SERVICE was AWESOME, Oneil is Incredible!!!! He is a definate Keeper Read entire member review >>
I thought I would hate not having a window, but it didn't bother me. It would have been nice to have a balcony, but maybe on another trip. The room was plenty big, no complaints there. Our steward, Ramesh, was great and helped us with anything we needed. Read entire member review >>
Interior was way small. We won an upgrade to a suite that was amazing; however we found out the cost of the suite for the week ranged between 14 - 15k which would be out of our price range. Read entire member review >>
Me, wife and 2 kids had 2 cabins adjoined with a middle door. Extremely roomy, private when needed and 2 bathrooms!!! Comfortable memory foam mattresses. Sofas and actually had good space for cruise ship rooms! Read entire member review >>
Cabin is typical and similar to other cabins we had been on before on smaller ships so there is not much complaint here.
The one complaint we have is that they put two smaller beds together to form a big one and there is a hump right in the middle that make sleeping a little uncomfortable. The mattress is extremely soft. It was not just our room. We talked to others and they complained of the same thing. Read entire member review >>
This was the smallest cabin we have ever had - it was only 140 sq feet. No drawers, no little table, one seat chair and small closet. Standard bathroom. It worked fine for myself and a 5 year old grandson, but would be cramped for two adults. We also had the cabin next to it - 14277. That cabin was larger and had drawers in the desk, a larger closet and a two seat sofa with a little table. 14277 would be fine for two adults. Both rooms were very quiet. Great location on the ship. Close to elevator/stairs. One floor up is kids pool area and two floors up is the Windjammer. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was adequate for my purposes. The attendant was superior! He was the epitome of a professional and made our stay comfortable. He made himself available for special requests and was a very pleasant individual to work with. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is so quiet and dark that we once slept to 11 a.m. without hearing a sound. It is quaint, with lovely honey wood, beige walls, and zen like floral and leave paintings. Beds are amazingly comfortable, couch works fine, good desk, one wall size mirror, one desk mirror. Lighting is brilliant. You can control it from the bed or the front, and there are a lot of lighting options, such as just dotted lighting over the paintings to keep some light at night. Tables are portable...we moved the one in the middle of the room next to the beds. Sink is long, shower is good. There are only 3 drawers BUT you can use closet shelving (6 of them) as drawers and there are three bars in the long closet and enough hangars to hang up 3 weeks worth of clothing. Very well designed. No electrical outlets in the bathroom except for razors and hair dryer which comes with the room. But there are 4 at the desk (you could reach the bathroom from the desk with an extension cord) and one behind the bed. I have never been in an inside cabin before, but I liked this room better than the balcony rooms I had on the EPIC and Disney. It's not as nice as the suite I had on the NCL Dawn, but for the price, you can't beat it. If you are here to feel like you are on a ship though, you really SHOULD try to get a balcony or porthole, because seven days on an inside cabin sort of misses the point. But this is a LOVELY room. Read entire member review >>
This was my first time in an interior stateroom since the '90's. I loved it. Much more affordable, plus, I don't spend a lot spend a lot of time in the cabin anyway. Staff was Great. Lots of room to store your stuff. They kept it very clean. Read entire member review >>
Average cabin with all the necessities. It is a bit small and space for luggage is very limited. Suitable for backpackers and 'carry on' luggage people only. Shampoo and soaps are poor quality - suggest you bring your own. Nice flat TV, but don't rely on its inline info services - the system crashes frequently, and often shows errors in reservations and show times. Read entire member review >>
Smallish bathroom, but plenty of room for one at a time. There is a small sofa to watch TV. Nice sized closet. Bed is spacious and very comfortable. Lights have switches which can be confusing at first due to the master switch. This room is in a great location as there is nothing above or below to make noise at night or early in the morning. Not a lot of foot traffic here either. Read entire member review >>
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