Midship Inside cabin. Small bathroom with corner shower. One closet, drawers, and shelves inside closet ( which were not very accessible) TV in room.
Had two upper bunks that could be pulled down but stuck out about 10 inches from the wall which made walking around the bed almost impossible so you had to get in and out from the end. Nothing fancy but quiet. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was a fantastic size and being on Deck 11 was close to the pool and some restaurants. It was quite quiet but at times the people in the balcony cabins opposite would congregate and chat outside my door which was a bit annoying. Read entire member review >>
Small . but right for us . We only used it for showers and sleeping. Rooms were cleaned twice a day lots of clean towels and easy replacement of beach towels. I did bring an airfresher , but we really did not need it . Read entire member review >>
I am only 5'4" tall and even I could not stand up next to my queen size bed, because the drop-down optional bunks are stored on the wall of the stateroom where they would impact my head and shoulders. A person my size has to carefully navigate around the corner of the bed while bending over, or crawl onto the bed at the foot. Interior cabins on other cruise ships have not presented this problem. Read entire member review >>
Quiet, great location on deck 11 so easy access to elevators, pool area and straight down stairwell to shows. Typical inside cabin but we were only in the room to sleep honestly. Read entire member review >>
We always take an inside cabin because we only sleep in the room. Most of our waking hours are spent enjoying the port or making new friends. For us the size of the room is not really important. That said our cabin was clean and very promptly so. It took till day 3 for our room stewart to meet us. We were hardly ever in the room. Read entire member review >>
Room 10157 is a handicap inside cabin. We were in the same room Dec 2011 and Nov 2012. We hope to have this same room next year when we return. It has more square footage to hold a wheelchair. The bathroom is also larger with a roll in shower for the wheelchair. The only complaint we have is that the door is very HEAVY to open. It takes both of us to open from the outside. Sometimes we have to find someone in the hallway to help us open the door. An automatic door opener for the handicap rooms would be an added bonus. Read entire member review >>
11011, our first inside cabin on a cruise was just fine. It was a little small but clean, well appointed, and had storage aplenty for 2 or 3. It would be a stretch for 4. We still prefer a view but, no real complaints. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was fine however at the opposite end of the restaurants,so we spent alot of time walking from one end of the ship to the other. Not that it was that bad,maybe kept us from gaining so much weight! It was in an area with very expensive swuites across the hall,so it was quiet. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is very small - but what you would expect on a cruise. It was at the very back of the ship. There were 2 pull down beds for the kids, that went over 2 twin beds put together that my husband and I slept on. We had 3 suitcases - one we put in the closet, one on the floor, and my husband had to keep his closed beside the bed. It was a challenge at times when all 4 of us were in the room getting ready. After the kids got dressed, I would have them go sit on their bed to give us more room. The shower is tiny! We are not in the room much, so we typically get an inside cabin. It was close to all the restaurants, but you had to walk a little ways to get to anything mid-ship. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was inside cabin #11501. Very quiet area! Small shower, but ok for just one week! Same deck as the buffet and pools, but as far from them on that deck as you can get! Read entire member review >>
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