The cabin was fairly spacious and very clean. The king sized bed was very comfortable. Unfortunately, the TV had lines going through it and was not in the best shape. Overall it was a pretty good room. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine for an interior. Bed near door, couch and desk further inside. Not noisy except for our own sliding closet door slamming open and shut while we slept when the ship was rocking - major design flaw. Tube shower was cool. Closet had lots of storage. Read entire member review >>
We get an interior room as we don't have the money to get something better. It was also kept neat and clean. Never had any issues with noise or anything. We were forward Deck 10 right near the elevators. The main problem with interior rooms is that it is pitch black so you can never tell if it's still night time or daytime. Read entire member review >>
The room was quite tight getting around the bed. We aren't overweight people but the showers were tight. We live in a very big home so maybe my opinion doesn't reflect the standard person since I am used to a spacious environment. The sheets were very worn and not at all crisp and white. Towels were just enough for one per person although they would have given me more had I asked. We had the air conditioning to the coldest setting and it was just comfortable but it would have been nicer if it had been colder. If you plan to put more people in the room than 2 people in the bed then the sofa will convert to a queen bed but be aware it is quite hard and they just place a sheet over the sofa cushions which are mounted onto a plywood type of sofa. It is fine for a ship and looks okay but I tried to lay down next to my son and it really was hard. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: We were in 2 inside, connecting cabins, 9430 & 9432. We usually do balconies and have had the luck of getting aft balconies in the past with larger cabins and balconies so we are rather spoiled in that way. But, our teen wanted her own space and a real bed this time, not to mention we would like some privacy on vacation (cruises are romantic after all!) so we decided that connecting insides would work well on a ship like Oasis. Plus, it cost not too much more than 3 of us in an inside balcony, anyhow. Yes, we had to pay the single supplement, but our family got 21 points for a cruise that cost less than last years on Adventure where we had 1 cabin and got only 7 points. A worthwhile compromise. The cabins, even the insides, are very nicely laid out (yes the bed by the closet is very inconvenient) and RCI has truly mastered the bathroom/shower area. Best shower at sea. Ever! Next time, we would most likely do the same thing if our budget is the same; however, I can see why balconies are a good idea on this ship if you can swing it. If a connection to the sea is important to you, then I would get a balcony. The inside was comfortable and great for sleeping, but I had no desire to hang out in it. Read entire member review >>
I have recently stopped booking balcony staterooms and traveling with companions so I can have my own stateroom which form a price standpoint means I need to travel in an inside stateroom. I was afraid at first that I wouldn’t like it, but I have to tell you - I LOVE IT! That said, I had a wonderful stateroom that was plenty large enough (I am a 6’5”, 250lbs man). It was well appointed and laid out well. Even though I am traveling alone, I separated the beds so I would have an “aisle” to walk down in the middle of the room instead of trying to maneuver each side of the bed. Everything about the room was great from the storage (which is AMPLE) to the bathroom which is really nice. My stateroom attendant (“Lobo”) was great. He was attentive to my needs throughout the entire cruise and he was very friendly. In fact, I will say that while there are some service issues in other areas of this ship - he was perfect in every way. Read entire member review >>
We stayed on deck9 L-9436 and M-9418. Rooms are small don't think we would want more than 2 people in this room. Maybe a younger child. If you have any fears about feeling hemmed in then this room is not for you as it is an interior room with no port hole. Plenty of space for hanging,drawers, toiletries etc. No need for an extension cord unless you have difficulty bending. Read entire member review >>
7456 was a large inside. I am so glad I didn't get a regular inside. It would have been fine for 2 adults, but not for 2 adults and 2 teens, or any group of 4. I would spend more and get the family stateroom. This is just too cramped. You cannot walk around the sleeper sofa very easily as it gives about 6 inches from the vanity. The closet is adequate, but bring extra hangers if you like everything hung. THe bathroom is fine, small but adequate and I enjoyed having the glass door on the shower. It was quiet and I was afraid it would not be because it is right across from the web room. However, this was October. Maybe it is more noisey in Summer. IT was very close to the elevators, but had walls between so you didn't hear any noise from that. Again, it would have been a good room for two. Read entire member review >>
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Lots of storage, but bring a power strip, and a portable iron. BRING YOUR OWN TOWELS for the beaches/chairs , easier to find your spot. Room space was great, always room to move around, no problem with bathroom.. this one had a door, not a curtain. Great room for the money. Read entire member review >>
Ok in size. The bed was comfortable. There was not enough closet/storage space. Only a bar of soap and shampoo (in dispenser) were provided. I brought my own conditioner and was glad that I did. Read entire member review >>
Needs to be more room for storage in the interior cabins. We also travel on Celebrity and note that the Solstace class ships have cabinet space over the beds to store foldable items like tee shirts, underwear, etc.
Also, interior cabins are very dark which is great for sleeping. However, need small night light so you don't trip getting to and from the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Having saled NCL Epic (127 sq ft), this 172 sq ft room was more than adequate. Very comfortable w/ alternative seating options. Nice touch having a real chair for the vanity. Plugs were in an inconvenient location and closet next to bed which made it a bit inconvenient for more than one person. Beds were very comfortable and very roomy when put together. All in all, very comfortable room! Read entire member review >>
14675- Inside cabin on the 14th deck. Located close to elevator and stairs.
Room was big enough for two people. There is no way we could have squeezed two more people in it.
Bed was really comfortable.
Shower was VERY SMALL. Don't drop the soap or you will have to open door to pick it up.
But considering how much time we spent in it, it was fine and bog enough for us. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was well fitted with everything that could be required but the case storage fell a little short and the 2 cases had to be stored under the bed but one end stuck out and we kept falling over it. Our son, daughter in law & 2 children (13 & 10) were also in an inside L cabin number 8443 and they found it extremely cramped. The did not have enough storage for all their clothes and did not unpack all the cases and there was no where to stow them either. Once the bed settee had been put up for the children there was no room to move around.
A more roomy family cabin would have been better for them. We paid the full adult fare for the children and the adults via Virgin Cruises and felt this was the only dissatisfaction we had on the whole cruise as we couldn't upgrade either with Virgin or directly with Royal Caribbean Cruises. Read entire member review >>
We chose an inside room (it was assigned to us by RCI, we didn't get to choose the exact room) we were on Deck 8, room 553. It was the first room in the hall on the left when facing forward on the starboard side. It was a nice size- actually the same size as the standard balcony rooms. We loved the convenience of the room; it was quiet (except on night 7) and comfortable. I was excited to see a nicely sized (bigger than the TV we have in our bedroom at home) flat screen TV. As soon as we entered our room I noticed the TV was giving us a strange message. We could not get it to work. We called for maintenance.! My only complaint about the room is that on night 7 there was a tremendous amount of noise. Our room had a crew staircase on one side and a connecting room on the other side. The ladies next door were very quiet; hopefully our nightly movies didn't keep them up. Being that night 7 is when everyone puts their luggage out for debarkation.... I think I heard EVERY suitcase go down those stairs. I was beginning to wonder whether the crew was simply tossing them and letting them tumble down. That's how bad the noise got at one point. I did not sleep at all that night. I was pretty cranky by the time we had to leave our room in the morning. Like I said, the room was great, quiet, and comfortable all week- with the exception of night 7. Read entire member review >>
Adequate size and closet space.
Near a service area for the crew, so in early am was a bit noisy.
Comfy linens and great sleep!
Small, but adequate bathroom. Read entire member review >>
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