Interior
Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to king.

Interior (4A) Cabin Reviews

I found are cabin to have plenty of closet and cabinet space but the bed was placed against a wall which resulted in the person sleeping on the right side of the bed to have a hard time getting in and out of bed
I found are cabin to have plenty of closet and cabinet space but the bed was placed against a wall which resulted in the person sleeping on the right side of the bed to have a hard time getting in and out of bed Read Less
Sail Date August 2011
We always book an inside cabin. Our cabin had more than enough room for the two of us (185 square feet). When we arrived the two beds were together which litied the free space in the room. We asked to have them separated, which the ... Read More
We always book an inside cabin. Our cabin had more than enough room for the two of us (185 square feet). When we arrived the two beds were together which litied the free space in the room. We asked to have them separated, which the room stewards did for us, forming an "L". This opened opened up the floorplan for the two of us. The closets had about 16 hangars. There was plenty of hanging space, but we wished they had some more shelves. We stored our 3 pieces of luggage under the beds. There is a safe but, there was no small fridge in the cabin. They did provide a small bucket of ice. Read Less
Sail Date April 2011
We get the cheapest cabins since we only sleep, shower and change in them. You could hear the engines from our location, but I can sleep thru anything, so that didn't matter. The shower wasn't bad sized. The safe is in an ... Read More
We get the cheapest cabins since we only sleep, shower and change in them. You could hear the engines from our location, but I can sleep thru anything, so that didn't matter. The shower wasn't bad sized. The safe is in an awkward place as is the closets...making them difficult to get to. I liked all the clothes hanging pegs however. Read Less
Sail Date February 2010