Rather small and cosy but quiet due to the location. Bathroom shower was especially cramped. Cabin amenities were in good order. Next time I'd rather go for an oceanview or above. Read entire member review >>
Not sure of the category, but our cabin steward Fajar was awesome! He knew our names within 12 hours, and as soon as I requested ice, he filled the bucket routinely every day.
The cabin itself was cozy and comfortable--I would choose it again. Read entire member review >>
The cabin itself was fine. It didn't feel too cramped (several mirrors help make it feel larger), and there was plenty of storage. There were lights beside the bed, so there was no stumbling in pitch black to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night. The shower is small, yes, but I did not have issues with the curtain clinging to me or causing big leaks (just make sure the bottom - which is long enough - is folded into the shower! easy!) I'd seen people report. I guess that's where being accustomed to a small, NYC apartment shower comes in handy - I'm not used to a lot of space, so I don't need a lot of space. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was extremely quiet and easy to find being only a few cabins from the mid-ship elevators, and no noise from music when events were on in the centrum. Cabin steward was a gem and cabin was very clean and I had no issues with the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
3549 Inside cabin mid ships ,this was the perfect place for us it was so quiet didnt hear a thing ,plenty of storage space ,bed comfortable and good flat screen tv .Shower maybe a bit on the small size and I would recomend taking conditioner as only a dispenser on the wall which didnt state what it was so we asumed shampoo as soap was provided . Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin 3563, category N: Sideways cabin, which made it look more spacious. Right next to cabin door, so door started slamming shut around 7 am. Bathroom next door could be heard sometimes, but other than that, great cabin. Very quiet at night, only the early morning crew door problem. Perfect for persons with motion sickness Read entire member review >>
Cabin 3045 : standard inside Cabin Category N. This is what we did not even mentioned anywhere before. The safe at this room was jammed before we check-in. I have asked cabin attendant immediately upon check in if he could open the lock, and he suggested for me to call Maintenance and wait in the room until they come to fix the problem. We do not see any need to use the safe, so we did not call at all.
Here's the logic : if the safe already jammed before we moved in, why we have to call? Could they not just open it and fix it before the new guests check in ? Or is it the responsibility of the new-arrival guests to make sure all things in working order as we move in ?
Cabin 3144 : everything was in working order.
The very last cabin on deck three.
You can hear & feel a lot of people walking in/out during crews-shift time.
After the second night, we did not hear a thing, as we already get used to it. Read entire member review >>
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