Just right, we enjoy the quiet and rest of the interior rooms low in the ship. Outside of our first night when I had to go investigate the loud party noise that was going on for three hours at 1:00am; turns out we were next to a crew corridor where I found a dozen crew members sitting around (mostly on the floor), a table spilling over with glasses and bottles of alcohol, having a grand time. I politely told them they were being too loud; they did quickly disburse thankfully. Read entire member review >>
The interior cabin was obviously small, but sufficient for us. The bed was too hard for me, but the cabin steward kept our room spotless. Please tip your stewards on your departure. They really do deserve it. We may try a balcony room next time. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is an interior. The first cabin on deck 4 after the centrum. You'd think this would be a noisy room but not so. I did wonder why all of the evening parties were in the centrum with many other great room for parties going unused. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside on deck 4 (4549). It was reasonably sized, close to the Guest Relations Desk, Centrum and Dining rooms. There was no noise from the Centrum or guests coming back late. There was good storage. The TV was old-fashioned and temperamental but that wasn't really a problem. Read entire member review >>
1009 on the Deck 10. We loved it for an inside state room. Great use of space. Our favorite part was the VERY comfortable queen bed. We could not tell that 2 beds were put together. We enjoy firm beds, and this was so cozy, like at home. Another point, although room was small, we liked having that loveseat (couch) and small oval table, and a very unique feature was the Ship TV channel, where we could check out the current stats/location of the ship - - ie wind speed, temp, picture from the heliport area, how many knots and total miles (nautical miles) with a map of where we were currently. How wonderful! The room attendants were friendly, smiley, and very efficient. We could not have wanted more! Great, you guys! Pretty pretty ship! Husband said we would upgrade and have a view next time. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 8573 - It was sufficient for our needs, we've learned how to pack for the number of days at sea so we have enough room in the closet and drawers. Toilets didn't work on one day, but it was fixed soon enough. Someone probably put something down the system that clogged it. At least that was what we were told. Our attendant was outstanding. Room was always clean. It was a little dark, but we got around that. The adjoining cabins were quiet an we didn't know if there was even anyone there except for the occasional flush of the toilet. Would book this room again in a heartbeat. Read entire member review >>
Room 8629 interior deck 8 category K. Very nice and clean and clean smelling! Good use of space and VERY comfortable beds and bedding and pillows. Bathroom expected small but very well laid out for the space. Read entire member review >>
Our interior room was spacious for 2 people. We were only there to change for dinner and to sleep a few hours. Lots of storage, hidden storage behind two side mirrors near vanity. We did put the small oval coffee table into the closet, so we wouldn't be constantly tripping over it. Put all our luggage under the bed. Bed was comfortable, bathroom had a circular shower door (no sticky shwer curtain) Read entire member review >>
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