Our inside cabin was spacious with good closet and storage space. Very quiet. Close to elevator and stairway. Biggest bathroom we ever had on cruise-especially with inside cabin.
While we liked room, needed update on furnishings...mattress sagged, chair stained, table rusty. Read entire member review >>
It was a descent size room, an INCREDIBLE location with only one side sharing a wall with another cabin and very close to elevators. It was nice because it was a quick trip up to the Lido deck and a quick trip down to the restaurant on Deck 5. Having the Spa and the Solarium so quickly accessible was perfect. The bed was also very comfortable. The two complaints were that we were next to the crew staircase, and we would hear noises particularly when they were bringing all the bags up and down on the first night and the last night. Also, the bathroom was small, outdated, disgusting, and had very little storage. Read entire member review >>
Check to see what's above you before choosing a room. If you don't you could find out too late that it's luggage storage and have to deal with the noise very early on disembarkation day! Read entire member review >>
AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE, unless you can verify problem has been solved.
Low, bass banging noise when ship is moving. Reverberates into your chest, nausea and headache inducing. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was in excellent condition and very clean! There was ample storage room for all our clothes, snorkel gear, etc. The bathroom was small but well designed; with a generous sized shower area with a curtain, rather than shower doors. There was lots of storage room under the bed too - for our suitcases and our bag of dirty laundry. Brendon and Jeremia were very friendly and looked after our every need - like our luxurious pillows! Read entire member review >>
We booked a guaranteed inside cabin and were given a category 9 on deck 8 forward so I called our travel agent and asked to be moved down to deck 7 and more mid-ship. Our cabin itself was great, clean and in a good location. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a basic inside cabin and the first time we were on the Summit. We had previously cruised on the Eclipse which had much more storage space. We had to improvise to be able to store all our clothes without reverting to leaving things in our suitcases. We book inside cabins quite often and feel we get more cruises for the money. Also, we don't tend to spend any time in the cabin except to sleep and change clothes so an inside cabin works for us. The room stewards were very attentive to our needs and the cabin was always kept up to standards. Read entire member review >>
This was an inside stateroom and it was ok apart from the toilet problem the showerdid tend to fill up when having a shower also the water had a smell the attendantsdid keep it clean. The wardrobe door did not shut properly but it was clean Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin. It was a bit smaller than other inside cabins we've stayed in, but it was enough space for two people. Everything was adequate (closet space, bed, bathroom & shower size) Read entire member review >>
Very far forward. Square configuration. No more or less room than oblong rooms. Some noise from theater above during shows and rehearsals. Ample storage space. Long walk to dining venues. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin #7030 was on the 7th deck about as far forward as you can get in the ship via an interior hallway. The room was clean and we had a great cabin steward (Noel). We spent about 7 hours a day there (6 hours sleeping) so it was more than adequate. Read entire member review >>
A tad dark, everything functioned properly, great stateroom attendant. I've had roomier cabins, but it's laid out so well we never felt cramped. If you are worried about seasickness, this is the perfect cabin. It's low in the ship and towards the middle, so very little rocking action. It is also well situated in terms of the elevators, concierge desk and main dining. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside stateroom on deck 3, forward of mid-ship. I felt it was more than enough room for 2 of us.Closet and drawer space was plenty as we didn't bring a huge amount of clothes with us. Was quiet and close to the stairs and elevators. The beds were very comfortable and decor was nice, also plenty of lights and a nite light in the bathroom. I think it was perfect, after all I didn't go on a cruise to stay in my room except to sleep and change clothes. Read entire member review >>
2076.....The bed was Lumpy and Hard. The Bathroom tile was loose,there was air beneath the tile and when you stepped on it you heard and felt the air escape...otherwise it was fine. The Bed needs to be corrected since many cruisers go to relax....what better place to relax than a cozy bed. Read entire member review >>
Overall good room, right in the front of the ship. I think right near the bridge as we saw the Captain several times coming out of the "crew only" door. It was connecting and one night the TV was blaring next door at 1am but other than that very quiet. Well appointed so makes the inside room seem bigger. Bathroom is a little older (notice in flooring and fixtures). Read entire member review >>
Quiet. Configured with bed to the right, vanity straight ahead, bathroom and closets to the left. Lots of storage space. One small chair and a vanity chair. Acceptable, but missed the balcony! Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin on the second floor. AHAA you say, no wonder you weren't crazy about it. But we were not in the cabins much except to sleep and dress for meals. The kicker was that we had 3 in there, and the room had to be totally rearranged (and I mean drastically--by the head housekeeper himself) so we had more than a narrow space to get to the bathroom at night without killing ourselves. I think our cabin number was 2107. If I am wrong, it is only on the last digit. Knowing we had 3, maybe they should have found a different room for us. Read entire member review >>
Summit inside staterooms....plenty of storage space, for sure. Everywhere you look is a little cabinet or drawer. We had plenty of room for two...with tons to spare. We heard conversation in the next room....loud and clear. Soundproofing, perhaps when you Solsticize?? Read entire member review >>
8005 was a great location high up and forward in the ship. No extranneous noise or vibrations. Close to a crew door from which cigarette smoke was consistently eminating, but could not smell it from inside my stateroom. Read entire member review >>
Having an Inside Cabin was okay, because most of the time is spent on deck...either dining, entertainment,etc. If there are more than two people in the cabin...then it would be a bit crowded and space limited. Read entire member review >>
Very nice quiet hall high in the ship. Much less noise from the engine, etc. than any other cabin I've had. Cabin next door could be noisy when the occupants where talking loudly. Good size room. Read entire member review >>
Inside room category 09 was small but adequate for 3 especially with limited closet and drawer space. Overall, the stateroom was much smaller than a comparable cabin on Holland American. Only the exceptional service by the stateroom attendants, Rey and Jim, made the experience pleasant. Read entire member review >>
small room, storage was tight. Bathroom was very small. Shower was narrow but long. Access to the room was down a narrow hallway, so the entire hallway was just inside rooms. No room directly opposite our room. Room was mostly quiet, didn't hear neighbors. Read entire member review >>
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