Interior accommodations are comfortable rooms furnished with standard amenities including two twin beds (can convert into one queen-size bed), private bathroom, vanity area, hair dryer, mini-bar, closed-circuit TV, radio and phone.
I have sailed on the Pacific Princess in an inside cabin. This cabin on RCCL was virtually the same size and layout. It is quite spacious for 2 people with lots of storage in various nooks and crannies. We stored our luggage under the bed which helped to keep it out of the way. I liked being handy to the stairs and elevator. Read entire member review >>
Are was interior and my parent had balconies . My remote was not worker for the tv so we got new one love the towel animal . My parent safe keypad number 2 and 5 weren't worker. Some day a little bit noisy but I thought it seem like I come from deck 8 but it might been deck 6 but there speaking in different language p. Read entire member review >>
This was our first time on a lower deck, but the cabin was great, the beds were put together to make a double,sheets were soft, there was also decent programs on the tv, as stated above our room attendant was great and kept the room clean and tidy, from the first night called my wife and I by our first names. As with all inside cabins don't forget to take a clock as they are very dark when the light are out, great for sleeping but easy to loose track of
time, over all very pleased. Read entire member review >>
It was clean and roomy enough for two people. We only shower and clean up and sleep in there. The room attendant was on top of everything.
We have had balconies for longer cruises but this was perfectly fine. We had an 8th room which was a great deck to be on for getting around the ship easily. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a typical inside room. They have lots of drawers to store things. Our only real complaint was the smell of urine in the room. Eck! The walls are pretty thin as well, so we could hear our neighbors being cozy, and upstairs had some rowdy boys that loved to jump around at midnight. We are not complainers, but we had to let RC know because they were REALLY loud. Maybe next time, we need an outside room...haha Read entire member review >>
Not sure of the category but it was midship toward the front. Our cabin guy Abe was wonderful. He remembered our names and had our room clean several times during the day. We requested a full ice bucket and wine opener every day and he did not let us down. We had read about the "dreadful shower curtain" on this ship and were all worried about it to see that it was a material curtain, clean and fresh and would in no way cling to you as others had complained about. All was good on this cruise. :) Read entire member review >>
Our room 8005 was on deck 8 and near the front of the ship...which made it very quite in the evening compared to the cabins on the same deck which are much closer to the centre of the ship..and the loud nightly music, and the passing passengers . Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine. We opted to save some money by booking am inside cabin in the middle of the ship on deck nine. We spent very little time in the cabin - when we slept or to shower/change - as we were on excursions or in elsewhere in the ship otherwise. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was intially 7579 which had one of those previously noted stinky bathrooms. See dtails in review. Second cabin was 7559. Both interior rooms. Small but adequate room, true king size bed, tiny shower, quiet area, good location. Read entire member review >>
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