Small cabin, close to elevators, good space for 2, TV set is need for an upgrade, but who goes on a cruise to watch TV! Cabin bathroom big enough. Quiet stateroom, just a little bit of movement felt once in a while. Read entire member review >>
This was the typical inside cabin, could have used an update, but the rooms were clean and well maintained. We had awesome cabin stewards who kept our room clean and always greeted us with a friendly smile and hello. Read entire member review >>
Your typical, small, inside stateroom. I wasn't in the room enough to really judge the good or bad, but for what I needed it for (shower and sleep) it was perfect. The ONLY thing I would change would be to update the televisions. Read entire member review >>
We were in Cabin 2290. The room is not big but we expected that. We had read some comments that the room was noisy as it is next to the Steward's closet. We did not experience any disturbances at all. It was a great location for me since it is close to the front set of elevators, and I recently had foot surgery. For the price, we were quite pleased with our accomodations. Read entire member review >>
2349 was close the elevators yet it never seemed to be crowded area. It is in the center of the ship so you were always close to where you wanted to be. Bathroom was a decent size, no issues with water from the shower on the floor as others had described, lots of cupboard / closet space. Room service was great and we were just down the hall from the self service laundry ( we ironed shirts a couple of nights )No noise what so ever just the gentle roll of the ship moving to your next great island experience. Read entire member review >>
We enjoyed our cabin. I always book main in the middle. It was a nice size, bathroom is good size as well. We didn't have a window or balcony, but we don't spend much time in our room anyway. For the price difference, I like being able to save money this way. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin on deck 2. With the rocking because of the tropica storms late night it was horrible. We stayed on deck 6 or 7 with NCl and never knew we were sailing. on deck 2 we heard the churning of motors and we knew when we docked and left because of the noise factor we would have to turn the volume all the way up. Read entire member review >>
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