This cabin was close to the elevators, just below the dinning room Silver Olympian. We always walked up one flight of stairs. Well located and just back far enough to never hear noise of any kind. It was roomy, very clean and service was A++. From here take the elevator directly to floor 9 Lido Deck and your there. Excellent location. Read entire member review >>
This indoor cabin was roomier than some we have been in and we liked the layout. The only time there was noise was for a short time when we first arrived in a port and then when they were loading luggage the last night. Otherwise it was very quiet. Movement was also minimal except the last night when the seas were very choppy - like it was everywhere on the ship. I would definitely stay here again. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was on the main floor, deck 2, in room 2-443. It was an interior room and was very dark, perfect for sleeping, just make sure to bring a little night light. It was small but for the three of us it worked. It was a nice location with a quiet hallway. Though being in the back of the ship the room was quite loud when we were coming into and leaving ports and my bunk was quite shaky. Further up the hall it was stinky so I was quite happy with our location. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was cramped but there was lots of storage space and it was cleaned multiple times daily. It was quiet except for the last night when there was noise periodically throughout the night in the hallway from passengers (trying to live up the last night I suppose). The beds were comfortable and room service is complimentary (but you have to tip the staff). There was wi-fi in the cabin but it was quite expensive at 75cents per minute. The TV had a couple of major channels and 3 all-day movie channels, as well as pay-per-view. The cleaning staff made different towel animals daily to leave on your bed. It was delightful. Read entire member review >>
Loved the room, it was small but worked well for us. Thought it would be perfect for single cruiser. Only draw back was at port, it was loud!! Not sure if it was the anchor going down or what, but it only happened at port in the morning. If you are a light sleeper or get easily annoyed with noise, you might not like it. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin 2466 was located aft on the Main Deck. This cabin was assigned to us since we had booked a guarantee inside. The cabin was beautiful, plenty of cupboard space for my husband and I but the cabin could accommodate 4 guests because it had 2 bunks in the ceiling. No hallway noise since we just 1 cabin from the aft end of the ship. No noise above since it was one of the Main Dining Rooms which closed after late dining. At times you could feel the engines running but my husband thought they lulled him to sleep. They didn't bother me. However, when the ship was docking or leaving the pier and the thrusters were being used, the whole cabin shook. At times, I thought the TV would fall off the stand. This woke us up in the morning and was not appreciated when docking was very early (before 7:00 am) Read entire member review >>
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