We booked adjoining cabins 3844 and 3846 for us and our 3 kids. While small, they were well laid out and didn't feel too cramped. Our cabin attendant was amazing and the noise was almost non existent. These cabins also have the bonus of being close to elevators and dining rooms so it was very quick and easy to navigate the ship. I was concerned about having a deck 3 cabin, but it ended up being perfect!! Read entire member review >>
Interior was decent size; bathroom a bit tight especially shower. Overlook promenade; we were below a restaurant and heard chairs being moved almost daily but not a big deal Read entire member review >>
This cabin was great for 2 people. It would have been too small for any more than 2 people. It was unnerving to never know what time of day it was (no nature light), however we adjusted to it. We had all 4 cabins in the hallway and it worked very well for us. We did feel a lot of movement because we were so far forward, I would not book this again. I will try to stay in the middle of the ship in the future. We also heard the anchor noise but it didn't bother us. For the most part this was a very quiet cabin. Read entire member review >>
We had interior - not sure on the lettering for the category - but We had an interior room. It had a king size bed and a couch. The closet was pretty standard and there was a vanity area so that was nice I could get ready there when my husband was in the shower. Bathroom wasn't as bad as I thought it would be - shower on the small side but good enough - one person could be in the shower and the other at the sink and not be on top of each other at least. Flat screen TV with good enough selection of channels – not like we watched a lot of TV but was nice to have on when getting ready or winding down at night. I wish now we had gone with the balcony.
One of the couples I was traveling with had an inside balcony overlooking "Central Park" and that was very nice and was not noisy. Pretty much same set up for the room but with the balcony. They also offer inside balconies overlooking the Boardwalk area which would be fun for people watching but louder due to all the activities on the Boardwalk.
The other couple we were with had the traditional sea side balcony - I didn't see their room but heard it was again pretty much the same. Read entire member review >>
We had a two connecting interior staterooms. Layout of rooms are different in each room. I found the room which had the bed towards the back more comfortable than the one which makes you walk around the bed to the desk. Could've used more drawers for clothes. Bathroom was a good size. On Disney, they already unlocked the connecting door for us prior to arrival. On RC, we had to ask stateroom attendant to unlock it. Not a big deal but just the mentality of Disney is different. They think for families. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small, but big enough for the two of us. Surprisingly, I didn't mind having an interior room since we spent so much of our time off the ship. Usually I was just there to sleep and I didn't need a window. Read entire member review >>
The room was good sized and the walls must be thicker than other ships becuase I never heard any noises from the cabins next to us. At night we did use a white noise generator App on the Ipad just in case though. The pillows were ok, but I like to bring my own pillow so that really doesn't matter. Read entire member review >>
Our room was larger than expected. Great location in terms of accessing the elevator (around the corner) and gangway. The only minor gripe is that it can be slightly noisy at times from above, since the 4th floor has both the casio, comedy clubs, and some dance/music clubs. Still, very comfortable bed with a nice porthole window. Read entire member review >>
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