CABIN deck 2 no 2551 never again, the cabin was very small, old and dated the bathroom and shower room was terrible, you could not turn round in the shower without the shower curtain touching you and water going over the floor, when moving at night constant drowning sort of noise, best sleep when docked Read entire member review >>
The stateroom 7017 inside cabin was the largest of all the insides we have ever had. Plenty of storage space. If you want shampoo and conditioner just ask your stateroom attendant.
No fridge in room but we had ice bucket filled daily at our request. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is small and tight. It is a bit outdated. There is no room for the ladder for the bunks when the beds are combined below. The nightstand did not fit correctly into the cabin and was used as a table with the drawers being unaccessable. Read entire member review >>
Cabin way to small.Cabin steward was unattentive to dirty clothes and shoes on floor.Cabin Steward never once removed dirty dishes from cabin.Only two nights were there towel animals and no way could one of them be understood. Read entire member review >>
I wanted a balcony room but none were available. I was actually impressed with cleanliness and (all things considered) the size of our interior stateroom. We didn't spend much time in the room, so it was a non-issue. I still would have preferred a balcony room and even offered to pay the difference if one became available. No luck on this cruise. Read entire member review >>
For this cruise we, once again, chose a cabin that was mid-ship and near an elevator. We chose an interior cabin because we found that it worked best for us. Cabins should be selected based on how you plan to use the cabin and of course, your comfort level. My husband and I are heavy sleepers who have blackout custom drapery throughout our home. While we enjoy sunlight during the day, in order to sleep well at night, we appreciate some darkness. So, an interior cabin is perfect for us.This cabin was much less noisy than the cabin in our previous cruise. It was a little smaller as well, which didn’t matter to us much. We have found a system for storing our suit cases, toiletries, and clothing items which allows us plenty of space to move around the cabin. What struck me as odd is that the cabin did not a have a separating drape (or curtain) to pull to cover the bed. This was a little bit annoying as we like to pull that when we order room service. I should have done a little bit of more research because I have found that not all interior cabins have drapes. Aside from this our room was wonderful. Read entire member review >>
Small stateroom little floor space and odd access to the bed unless you separate it into twins. Biggest problem is exterior noise above at all hours. Avoid Deck 8 if possible. Read entire member review >>
Decor was outdated and desk had marks on it. Closet space limited for 4 people. Room attendant really encourage reusing towels and wash clothes. Cabin was convenient to elevator. Read entire member review >>
Inside State Room, in urgent need of updating. No refrigerator (however I did get a refrigerator on request to store my medications). Although there is good storage space throughout the cabin due to large/over sized vanity desk, there could be more space if the outdated television would be removed and the enormous glass coffee table would be taken away. The sofa is not big enough to sit on, there are curtains to divide the room and give privacy in the bedroom area. The beds (if twinned into singles) are too bouncy and it is easy to fall out of the beds. The Bathroom is surprisingly large (shower cabin, sink unit with storage and WC). The room is well lit up throughout. Read entire member review >>
It had a great location but a squeaky door leading to the centrum kept me up the first night. The crew quickly fixed it with no problems. We were very centrally located with a big enough room for three people. Our other half of the group spent 1000 dollars more for a window and the same size room, what a waste!! Read entire member review >>
Vision of the Seas Interior Cabin (M):
Ours was an inside stateroom on Deck 7 forward. We found it convenient to everything. We are not ones to spend much time in the stateroom anyway. Our stateroom was quite small but efficient. Carpet, furnishings and bathroom were showing their age and heavy use. Two people had to choreograph moves to navigate the tiny floor space. One person standing in front of the closet could be caged in if another opened the bathroom door. The bathroom was something like an airplane restroom with a tight don't-drop-the-soap shower. Sorry, no bathtub except in luxury suites. Sea Dawg says it is a good idea to pack your own won't-fall-through-cracks soap and specialty shampoo. Be forewarned - our hot water was either scalding or lukewarm. We find that we keep a small stateroom neater than a larger one - have to or else the accumulated clutter immobilizes us. I think we would have felt less ship motion had we selected stateroom more in the center of Deck 7. Read entire member review >>
We had a banging clunking noise in our cabin, sounded like a hammer on metal, was periodic. We mentioned it to customer service and were told we were under the pool and nothing could be done. To compensate they sent an apology and a bottle of wine with glasses and bottle opener to our room - we thought that outstanding. There were times when this noise did wake us up though. Cabin size was what we always experience. Cabin location, center of ship was ideal and perfect. Other than the occasional banging noise the rooms was quiet and well placed. Read entire member review >>
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