Our cabin was just the right size for our needs and always in order. Our stateroom attendant consistantly met our needs and kept our room in great looking and working order. For 2 assigned to a room this size, you won't feel crowded, but any more than that and you'll have to upsize. Upon leaving we got the chance to see a balcony view room and believe we may upgrade on our next cruise. Read entire member review >>
Our room was what I expected out of an interior cabin and I liked it. I don't know exactly where the "large" came in when describing this room as you couldn't walk along side of the bed when you had them pushed together because of the placement of the vanity. I loved how dark it was (I love sleeping in) in the morning. You could control the temp. in the room. It had lots of storage: 2 bedside tables with 2 drawers each, a vanity with 2 cabinets about 6 inches wide and as long as the mirror. 3 dresser sized drawers and 3 smaller drawers flanking the chair under the vanity. a medicine cabinet in the bathroom and the closet was split in half one side for long items and the other half has 2 poles for shorter items. The chairs are super small and more in the way than anything else. One of the chairs was nearly child sized and neither of us could sit in it because of the arms.
There are 4 outlets in the room all roughly in the same place under the mirror of the vanity. Two of the are US plugs and 2 European. You are not allowed to bring extension cords or power strips so if you need more than 2 plugs i suggest you buy adapters to change on to the other. Read entire member review >>
I felt like the layout of the room was great. I had the beds put together and pushed to one side of the room. That allowed for a better walkway from bed to vanity area. I like the bathroom layout, however I did not like the shower curtain. I will they would do away with these things because when taking a shower they take up 50% of the shower space. Read entire member review >>
My family had connecting inside staterooms 4755 and 4757. The two kids stayed in one room and mom and dad were in the other. The rooms were small, but adequate. Casino Royale was located right above us, but noise was never an issue. Read entire member review >>
I was pleasantly surprised by this cabin. I wasn't expecting so much room for an inside stateroom. Very clean, and well kept up by our stateroom attendant. It comes with the two twin beds that push together for a queen, one comfy chair, one glass coffee table that kinda gets in the way sometimes, but you do need a coffee table, plenty of storage (like, a crazy amount actually) flat screen TV, bathroom with sliding shower doors, and safe. You have plenty of room to move right when you walk in the door. Did not hear any noises unless someone was yelling while running down the hallway which probably only happened once, otherwise very quiet. The only complaint would be the bed was too firm for our liking. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is in the middle of the ship which is great because you have easy access to both ends of the ship and you don't feel the movement of the ship as much from the middle. It was a nice size for two people with a king size bed, flat screen tv, vanity and two chairs. The bathroom was also a decent size. Read entire member review >>
Surprisingly quiet for it's location under the Boleros Lounge. Category L is only 6 square feet larger than the basic inside category. Not really enough to warrant the added cost. Good storage. Cheap soap and shampoo are the only amenities. One small scale overstuffed chair and one desk chair are the only seating. Adjoining door in the room though the deck plan does not show this. In good shape. Read entire member review >>
First time for inside cabin. Tight but comfortable. Really dark when you turn off the light. Very quite. Bed super comfortable and bedding the same. Closets somewhat smaller than balcony cabins but large enough for a six night cruise. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 7 aft. Large inside stateroom. It was small, but what you'd expect. It was a little tough to get around the bed because the dresser and chair by the door blocked both sides. Generous vanity area w/tv and wet bar (we didn't use any of their drinks). Adequate closet and drawer space. Only complaints - sometimes the toilet didn't flush right away and every once in a while we had brown water coming from our sink. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was #8547. It is a corner cabin that is located mid-ship, but it is very quiet most a lot of the time. We were always able to sleep in until 9:30 which on a ship is really good. It is an inside cabin, but we had a great cabin steward and he was always available if anything was needed. Enchantment is having a few problems and sometime our head wouldn't flush, but it always eventually did or our attendant would take care of things. All in all, I would get this cabin again if available. Read entire member review >>
we had an oversized interior room - not sure what part was considered oversized but that's what they called it! the cabin ran parallel to the hallway (length of the ship) so when the ship rocked back and forth the drawers in the dresser and the tv tray went out and back in and out and back in - so rough seas are not good for this type of room - I've added duct tape to my packing list - that would have kept those drawers from opening all night long! The cabin over all was good - the bathroom was a good size - the bed was directly to the right as you opened the door - with curtain's to close off that area - it was ok for an inside cabin. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 2100 was very nice. We chose this cabin on both of our Enchantment cruises. Nice window, plenty of room for clothes, etc. Shower certainly could be bigger as it is tiny. I tucked in the bottom of the comforter at the edge of the bed, on both sides, to make it easier to get out of bed to go to the bathroom without tripping......sort of a tight squeeze between the bed and the counter by the TV. Cabin 2100 is quiet and peaceful. The bed was very comfy.....we slept very soundly every night. The category is a large ocean view. Read entire member review >>
Small, but used space efficiently and was very comfortable. Staterooms 4055 and 4057 had excessive noise from above (casino?) throughout the night. Adjoining staterooms is a very good way for families to travel (kids in one room, parents in the other). Read entire member review >>
Quiet location, central to just about everywhere. Plenty of closet and drawer space. Definitely small, but surprisingly liveable. Makes great use of the space available. Bed extremely comfy and luxurious. Read entire member review >>
Well laid out, nice closet, plenty of drawer space for our clothes. You could easily hear the music from Bolero's Lounge, but it wasn't bad enough to stop me from sleeping. Shower equipped with door, instead of curtain. No refrigerator. Mag stripe safe. Read entire member review >>
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