Interior
Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

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Interior (4E) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
Love the cabins after the last dry dock. The decor is much better and the addition of the mini fridge was quite welcome. The room seems much larger since they got rid of the box in the corner. There was plenty of room for everything we ... Read More
Love the cabins after the last dry dock. The decor is much better and the addition of the mini fridge was quite welcome. The room seems much larger since they got rid of the box in the corner. There was plenty of room for everything we brought (which included all of the conveniences of home). We had 2 grandchildren that cruised with us, but they did not go to the children's activities aside from the Seuss breakfast (which was great!) and the Build-a-Bear workshop (which was another hit). Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
No step up into the bathroom or shower as it is handicap accessible. Plenty of closet space and storage. Flat screen TV. Six pillows on the bed. Robes in the closet. Small tear in the carpet showing it's age Read More
No step up into the bathroom or shower as it is handicap accessible. Plenty of closet space and storage. Flat screen TV. Six pillows on the bed. Robes in the closet. Small tear in the carpet showing it's age Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
The cabin that was explained to us said five could sleep in it. However, only 4 beds. They brought in a bed that would sleep a toddler for the floor. I just felt that the cruise line should be explicit when stating it sleeps 5. I might ... Read More
The cabin that was explained to us said five could sleep in it. However, only 4 beds. They brought in a bed that would sleep a toddler for the floor. I just felt that the cruise line should be explicit when stating it sleeps 5. I might have chose a different cruise. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2016
Standard inside cabin on deck 6, but the shower was bigger than any ship we've been on, so that's a PLUS! Read More
Standard inside cabin on deck 6, but the shower was bigger than any ship we've been on, so that's a PLUS! Read Less
Sail Date: April 2016
Our cabin was classed as an interior, I believe, but we had two small portholes, so we did have a little sunlight in the cabin. The cabin was small, but we were able to pack everything away and make ourselves comfortable. The shower was ... Read More
Our cabin was classed as an interior, I believe, but we had two small portholes, so we did have a little sunlight in the cabin. The cabin was small, but we were able to pack everything away and make ourselves comfortable. The shower was a decent size, but has the curtain that want to blow in and wrap around you. I fixed that by carrying three small chip clips that I hung on the bottom and it kept it weighted and in place. Our steward did an excellent job of keeping the cabin clean and our ice bucket filled. The beds..pushed together as a king..were hard and rough on our backs until our steward, Rosella, took the heavy duvet and used it as a mattress cover and then gave us a regular blanket to cover with. It worked quite well..making the bed much more comfortable. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2016
Cabin was normal for what you find on the older ships. Room service was not good Read More
Cabin was normal for what you find on the older ships. Room service was not good Read Less

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