The inside cabin was lovely with plenty of storage and the bathroom was equally well planned. Heating/Aircon very efficient, but it was on permanently.
A safe was provided.
Bed very comfortable, lighting good. Read entire member review >>
First time that we had tried an inside cabin for long time but it was best available and bought very close in for New Year's cruise. Afraid that I had spoiled my wife. Cabin was fine for size, cleanliness and amenities with one exception (crew had apparently used the toilet and forgot to flush as cabin was only half made up when I returned to grab sunglasses). But, window and balcony severely missed even on such a short 4 day trip. Read entire member review >>
Nice size with ample storage compartments in the room and bath room. Shower was the best I've had on any cruise ship before. Nice size, good water pressure. Small fridge occasionally made a loud humming noise for about a minute that was annoying especially if it happened at night. Read entire member review >>
Spacious, clean, but odd smell, that of mold and fuel oil. Anyone who's been aboard a steam powered military ship knows it. Cabin stewards very polite, attentive, responsive; they work very hard and clearly are overworked. We left them generous tips, they deserve them. Read entire member review >>
Cabin in good location (midship) quiet with no exterior noise. Decor & furnishings a bit tired. Bathroom needed re grouted & a smell of sewage at times. Good storage space . Read entire member review >>
We had booked 2 inside staterooms on deck 3, one for my husband and I, and one next door for our teenage son. We were pleasantly surprised at the size of the staterooms, much bigger than on Royal Caribbean, and very well laid out. The bathroom was large enough to move around in, and the shower was huge (huge in ship terms, which is small, but much larger than the one we had on Monarch of the Seas). There was plenty of storage. So much in fact that we didn't use it all. The rooms were clean and comfortable, and the housekeeping staff met us at the door to introduce themselves. Throughout the cruise they were very friendly and always available. Read entire member review >>
3082 was exactly WHAT (quiet and no light) and WHERE I wanted. Standard Cat 10, Deck 3, starboard side passageway, just forward of the main lobby/guest relations desk. This allows you two completely separate escape routes in case of emergencies, as well as a VERY fast and easy embark/debark. VERY little noise from the cabins below and around, the passageway, or the Casino above. PLENTY of storage space in both closet and drawers. (BETTER than Solstice class ships!)VERY efficient layout with head of bed on opposite wall as you enter. That wall is one HUGE mirror that makes the room look and feel MUCH larger. The only down sides are the small, somewhat worn, rather cheap couch/pullout bed in the cabin, and the old fashioned shower curtain in the bathroom. I would choose the same (or similar/nearby) cabin again. Read entire member review >>
We were in room 9155 which was below the kitchen on deck 10! The noise was tolerable when we were in the room to get ready for dinner or when getting ready in the morning. However, sleeping for me was a problem. My husband could sleep through anything, not me. Guest relations was accommodating in trying to allieviate the noise level. We were offered another room a few days into the cruise when they were informed there was a cancellation (the ship was FULL). We always take an inside room, as we enjoy the ship and all it has to offer. Read entire member review >>
Adequate storage with a safe intact. Service was great. Free cloth Celebrity bag included. Bathrobes to use that were for sale. Extra pillow and blanket. Room for luggage under the bed. Mini-bar. Hard to adjust water temp on sink and shower. Clean. Read entire member review >>
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