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Interior Stateroom (1V) Cabin Reviews

Our cabin was close to both the diningroom and the elevator. Very convenient location and quiet. It's small, but that's because the ship is older, I think. Closets are small. No refrigerator. But who wants to spend their ... Read More
Our cabin was close to both the diningroom and the elevator. Very convenient location and quiet. It's small, but that's because the ship is older, I think. Closets are small. No refrigerator. But who wants to spend their cruise inside their cabin?!!! So no complaints! Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
The cabin was a typical inside cabin. However, when we arrived we found the bathroom shelves & the cabin dresser drawers dirty. The carpet needed a good shampooing & there was chipped paint & rust in the bathroom. I have ... Read More
The cabin was a typical inside cabin. However, when we arrived we found the bathroom shelves & the cabin dresser drawers dirty. The carpet needed a good shampooing & there was chipped paint & rust in the bathroom. I have never seen a cabin in this condition on the first day on any other tour, even on Empress of the Seas. Sometimes there were sewer smells in the cabin hallways & I saw maintenance men working on plumbing from hallway service doors. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
The cell we had is so small that if one wants to walk to the bathroom or the cabinets the other needs to sit on the bed. I am not sure about the category. We always take inner cabins because my wife is sensitive to motion. We accept ... Read More
The cell we had is so small that if one wants to walk to the bathroom or the cabinets the other needs to sit on the bed. I am not sure about the category. We always take inner cabins because my wife is sensitive to motion. We accept "small" because we like to enjoy the ports. Still, once in a while I like to sit comfortably for watching the news or read or whatever. Not possible in this cabin. Next cruise I will make sure we get a better cabin. I tried to look up the category on the NCCL web site but like so often it is too busy and times out. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
The stateroom was very small (we have 3 people), with the toilet facing at an odd angle so you need to position yourself in a weird way to prevent your leg from getting squashed (I am smaller than average in stature). We also struggled to ... Read More
The stateroom was very small (we have 3 people), with the toilet facing at an odd angle so you need to position yourself in a weird way to prevent your leg from getting squashed (I am smaller than average in stature). We also struggled to find room for our luggage and ended up bringing down an extra bunk bed and placing two suitcases on top of it (we just had to remind the stateroom attendants to leave the additional bunk out, because they kept putting it away thinking we only needed 3 beds). I can't imagine where we'd put a fourth suitcase if we had an additional person. However the beds were fine to sleep in and cosy enough to sleep / rest - although hopefully you won't be spending much time in the room anyway! Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Cuba made it worth it : Cabin 7169
7169- I guess the smallest of the options- had the mattress been good the room would have been fine- 2 ppl would be max but we don’t spend time in our room so it was fine- it was small- I can’t express that enough- so if you don’t ... Read More
7169- I guess the smallest of the options- had the mattress been good the room would have been fine- 2 ppl would be max but we don’t spend time in our room so it was fine- it was small- I can’t express that enough- so if you don’t want to be cramped move up to the larger room option. The AC didn’t keep the room very cool so we bought a fan at port and it worked to keep us cool. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
Very small. There weren't any shelves in the closet. There was barely space for one person to hang their clothes. There was room for 2 pair of shoes. the room itself had 6 drawers but they were hard to open and were small. They ... Read More
Very small. There weren't any shelves in the closet. There was barely space for one person to hang their clothes. There was room for 2 pair of shoes. the room itself had 6 drawers but they were hard to open and were small. They didn't hold enough clothing. There wasn't any room for stashing the suitcase or any extra bags (beach bag). Only one person could stand at a time. The other had to be on the bed. There wasn't even a little couch in the room! Read Less
Sail Date May 2018
Our cabin 4233 was just what I hoped (for a basic, interior cabin I was pleasantly surprised)! Most important to me it did NOT have those pullman beds (for bed 3 and 4) above the main bed on either side. Since only two occupants, we ... Read More
Our cabin 4233 was just what I hoped (for a basic, interior cabin I was pleasantly surprised)! Most important to me it did NOT have those pullman beds (for bed 3 and 4) above the main bed on either side. Since only two occupants, we did not need those and I did not want them taking up overhead space and one of us was tall so I was going for a room where that person would not hit their head. Happy this worked out, I looked at previous reviews! Also, I was concerned about location on the ship in terms of feeling movement and also hearing engine or other mechanical noise - both were great. Zero mechanical noise, and felt very little if any movement. Did hear loud neighbors in the hall a few times but that's hardly the cabin's fault, although I guess every cabin could use better sound insulation. Could not hear the immediate neighbors to left and right, only parties passing in the hall. There was enough room for me to get in and out on the left and at the end of the bed even with it in double/queen configuration. The bathroom was of course efficiently-sized, largely original to the 80s but clean working well and in good repair - cute even that it was original baby blue 80s tiles. Read Less
Sail Date May 2018

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