All Cloud 9 Spa accommodations feature private spa access, special amenities, and priority spa reservations. These staterooms have two twin beds that convert to a king, a desk and seat, as well as a full bathroom with shower.
With two adults and two children in this room, we felt there was enough space to unpack and sleep just fine. We had no issues with noise. Everything appeared to be in great shape. We did not spend much time in the room as we had much to do on the ship, but we would book this room again. Read entire member review >>
We had an interior spa cabin. Very nicely decorated. Calm colors. 3 nice size closets, small desk area. Bathroom was adequate but small. Not a lot of room for anything . It was tight. No where to sit but on the bed, which by the way was very comfortable. Bring a night light because it's dark. Having access to the Serenity Spa was nice. Read entire member review >>
This was our first cruise with an interior cabin and I have no complaints. This was a SPA cabin and its advantage was its proximity to the SPA area and they provided SPA robes and slippers. Read entire member review >>
We were in a spa interior cabin. It was small for our family of four but we knew that ahead of time. I loved all of the extras that you get in the cabin -- the robe, slippers, toiletries, yellow towels, etc. The location is great. You are right near all of the action on the lido deck but off in the corner so it is extremely quiet.
The cloud 9 spa features were great. I enjoyed the heated loungers, steam room and pool. Read entire member review >>
INTERIOR SPA STATEROOM 11211Included with the SPA stateroom you will receive: upgraded products offered at the spa such as shampoos, lotions, soaps, slippers, soft-waffle pattern-touch towels, bed linen sprays to help you sleep and private access to the spa & Serenity Deck bypassing the front desk and public areas. You will receive a special access bracelet allowing you entrance to the STEAM ROOM, DRY HEAT Room, HEATED CONTOURED BODY LOUNGERS, ORIENTAL STEAM BATH with “mint & eucalyptus” to help open nasal passages, Special VIP serenity waiting area with lemon water & teas as you wait for your reserved $ treatments. Oh and not to omit the famous THELLOSOTHERAPY pool. A 3 foot deep enlarged hot tub with built in contoured loungers and massaging water spouts for the perfect back massage. Location for this stateroom is directly under one of the Weightlifting apparatus in the gym. So there were some mornings you got the Thump, Thump Thump of the weights from above. Nothing MAJOR, but if you are a light sleeper and wish to sleep in take this into consideration. Read entire member review >>
Cabin is nice. Breezey blue colours. Nice touchs like throw pillows and the bathrobes in the closet (you get free slippers to take home). the room is small though for 3 people. I would never put 3 adults in it. We had a 7 year old on the pull man bed. It is pretty low so you have to watch your head in the morning. You really have to use all the closets (2 for hanging and 1 for folding) to be able to use all the space. The bathrooms a good size .You get a bar fridge which is nice. It's hard to fit your own stuff in though cause they have it jammed with their mini bar stock. The hallway is very quiet. The elevators are usually free and as your on the top of the ship their not packed when you're going down (as you're one of the first on them) Great if you're Pregnant like me or have mobility issues. Another nice feature is your already at the lido deck. You just walk out and you're there. There is a private elevator for Cloud nine spa and serenity at the end of the hall too. Never anyone in it. You can go up the spa in your bathrobe and never run into too many people. Read entire member review >>
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