Larger Interior cabin, fine for us as we don't spend our time in the room. Requested ice bucket daily and was fine the first 3 days, the last 4 days consisted of a large rubber tub, no lid, reminded me of a butter tub, I'm not sure what that was about but the ice melted immediately. Read entire member review >>
Although described as a large interior stateroom is really is not. However the room was big enough to meet our cruising needs. (yes I miss a balcony). We were able to fully unpack with two drawers still empty.
The only negative comment about the room pertains to the bathroom, The bathroom smelled like sewerage the entire cruise. Our Cabin Stewart tried just about everything to get the odour out of the bathroom. We gave up on it after day four and just dealt with the initial slap to the noise when we entered the bathroom. Read entire member review >>
We loved the stateroom. It was spacious for ship standards, easily the largest interior cabin we've been in to date. We were located on the main level, right by all the Centrum action but just far enough to not be disturbed by noise when we slept. Read entire member review >>
Cabin clean was in the Large Interior Stateroom but we found it small, however there was everything you could need we were able to unpack fully and I had an outfit for each day!! yet my husband was able to find space and hangers for his stuff...LOL. Good lighting, very. comfortable. Read entire member review >>
As I mentioned above, I never cruised in an inside cabin before and was nervous about doing it for a long 14 day cruise. The cabin however was really ok and I was never bothered by the lack of windows. The new ship "virtual windows" will certainly add some spice to inside cabins however! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was as expected based on prior experience with RCI ships, but smaller than on newer ships. Bed was very firm but comfortable. Storage was adequate for two people (I was by myself and didn't even take up half of it). Location was good; not as far a walk from the elevator/stairs as it appears on the deck plan. Quiet location as well; not much noise from public areas. However, I do recommend ear plugs for the evenings where there could be more noise. Read entire member review >>
Very happy with my cabin not far to the lift that takes you straight to the Windjammer Cafe, large cabin, good layout, big wardrobe and Kurtok, took very good care of my room and needs.I did have a little trouble with noise due to a family that shared two rooms one beside and behind me. Read entire member review >>
I had never travelled in an interior cabin before, but it was an excellent deal and I figured it was worth a shot.The cabin was a good size for 2 people. We were very happy with it. No noise at all, nice and clean. And the shower in the bathroom had sliding plastic doors instead of a curtin (luxury!)The cabin was located in the middle of the ship, and you had to go down a particular corridor and then an interior corridor to find it. It took us a couple of days, but we learned to navigate by the celebrity portraits/posters on the walls of the corridor. Read entire member review >>
We would not recommend this cabin as there was a lot of noise from some kind of machinery each night starting at about 11pm and continuing for over an hour. This meant that getting to sleep and remaining asleep through this period was all but impossible. Read entire member review >>
Our large inside cabin #3069 was comfortable, with a surprisingly large amount of closet and storage space. The washroom was small & the shower was the tiniest I've seen. We did hear frequent noises of rattles and squeaks and what sounded like furniture being moved around above us. Since we were under the R-Bar, I'm guessing it was coming from above us, though sometimes noises seemed to be coming from behind our cabin too. Maybe there was a linen room or something. Read entire member review >>
Hidden away in a small corridor. Mostly quiet except when the people next door came home after 2am.
Beds were hard, and seemed to lean in to the middle, I thought I would roll out most nights.
The cabin steward was not seen around much, and the cabin was not made up early, we would quite often return about 11.30am and find the "please make up room" card in the door and the room still unmade.
Nice and close to the Champagne Bar, and most other things. Read entire member review >>
Our inside stateroom was small but functional. Interactive TV available on newer ships would have been nice, also there were no PA announcements in our room which was a mixed blessing. I would have liked them to put the announcements on the TV channel that shows the camera pointed at the front of the ship. Michael was the best room steward ever and it was nice to be surprised with his towel animals in the cabin. This particular cabin was in a very quiet location on the ship and we didn't feel the motion of the ship that we felt in areas such as the showroom that are on the extreme ends (front and back) of the ship . Read entire member review >>
Cabin...Loads of cupboard and drawer space. A perfect size for 2 people. Good location, however for approx 2 hrs each night around midnight, noise from above (Champagne Bar), assume staff packing up/cleaning. Otherwise quiet and good position. A good deck to be on for minimal ship movement.
Bed was super comfortable with lovely top quality sheets and pillows. Small TV but OK. Liked idea of tea, coffee and kettle in room. Bathroom a very good size. Noted that, unlike other ships, there was always hot water for showers. Very happy with room. Read entire member review >>
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