the room felt very crowded when we arrived with all our luggage. Once everything was put away, much roomier. Limited storage options for large suitcases though (did not fit under bed). The closets are not as deep as a suit hanger so our luggage and suits had to be adjusted to close the doors properly.
Spacious bath room. Plenty of room to take a child in and get him cleaned up.
We had no problem with noise or motion from this room other than on the morning we docked back in Boston.
We made use of the bunk bed for the 4 year old. This was lowered from the ceiling every night and raised in the morning by the room steward. Our queen bed was centered under the window, the bunk lowered over 1/4 of the bed. (Gave me a place to take cover when he decided to jump from his bunk to our bed).
Teen used the sofa bed. Not a typical pull out sofa. The cushions go away and the bed comes up from beneath, so the bed is the length of the sofa. My son is 5'10" and did not complain of the bed being too small. Only complaint was this was not converted back to a sofa daily, just remained a made up bed. Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 431- Large interior Deck 6
Very last cabin on the floor. Very quiet. As this is a small ship, our walking distance to everything was not great. As it is on Promenade Deck, it is only a few steps from the outside and the great loungers on that deck. Would definitely recommend it for value and comfort. Read entire member review >>