Inside
Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for you to cruise. With room for up to four, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests.

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Inside (IC) Cabin Reviews

Love the Dawn : Cabin 10087
Cabin is exactly what you need of an inside stateroom. Our room steward was on point every step of the way with what we need. We had the two twin beds pushed together and it was exactly what we expected.
Cabin is exactly what you need of an inside stateroom. Our room steward was on point every step of the way with what we need. We had the two twin beds pushed together and it was exactly what we expected. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Typical small inside cabin. Very tight for 2 people. Bathroom was decent. Noisy from the Garden cafe above all night long, midnight until 7 am. Don't book this room, its the most noisy room Ive ever had on a ship.
Typical small inside cabin. Very tight for 2 people. Bathroom was decent. Noisy from the Garden cafe above all night long, midnight until 7 am. Don't book this room, its the most noisy room Ive ever had on a ship. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Good but not great. : Cabin 8091
We like the door entry on the side rather than the end. The staff did a good job on our cabin. The only drawback was an intermittent toilet flushing.
We like the door entry on the side rather than the end. The staff did a good job on our cabin. The only drawback was an intermittent toilet flushing. Read Less
Sail Date January 2018
This little bank of 4 cabins are very different to the other inside cabins. They are laid out differently. Upon entering the beds will be to one side and you enter into a small central area. The bathroom is larger than your standard ... Read More
This little bank of 4 cabins are very different to the other inside cabins. They are laid out differently. Upon entering the beds will be to one side and you enter into a small central area. The bathroom is larger than your standard cabin and the shower was much bigger than we are used to. The beds face bow to stern instead of the usual port to starboard, so we found this nicer since the beds rocked side to side, whereas most cabins rock head to toe. Read Less
Sail Date December 2017
Really small. Not many electrical outlets. Has to ask for an extension cord. Just 3 small draws. The rest open shelves. The nightstand next to the beds had not draws, only open shelves. Bathroom same situation-only 3 small open shelves ... Read More
Really small. Not many electrical outlets. Has to ask for an extension cord. Just 3 small draws. The rest open shelves. The nightstand next to the beds had not draws, only open shelves. Bathroom same situation-only 3 small open shelves Very noisy-right next door to a door for crew only so when they went in and out, which they did often, it was noisy. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017

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