These 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. And of course you'll have access to room service and all kinds of other great amenities on board.
As mentioned above. Strange smell present in room and corner area
Singh cleaned bathroom down for 25 minutes the first night but it only slightly diluted it
Clock would be nice Read entire member review >>
The cabins were clean and efficient but very small for two people. Hard to really get around at all. We were traveling with a large group and in a few of the cabins the toilets stopped working and had to be fixed. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was great and the 4 of use fit in it nicely for 7 day cruise. The cabins on either side had commode issues but the problems were rectified and the passengers received chocolate covered strawberries and wine. Read entire member review >>
This handicapped cabin was spacious and quiet. The two double beds are separated and can be pushed together. A green couch pulls out to reveal the ability for two people to sleep on it horizontally - this was a little awkward.
The beds are comfy and there is enough room to turn a scooter around. A great room for the mobility impaired! Read entire member review >>
It was a typical inside cabin. Clean with enough room for us. We just have coffee in the morning and then we shower and are usually gone until we get ready for dinner and then we are gone until we fall into bed until room service brings coffee in the morning. Read entire member review >>
CABINS - We had two inside rooms, 9223 and 9225. Out stateroom attendant was Roy and he did a great job throughout the week. We was very personable and friendly, the room was always clean and the ice bucket was always full. Disney has the 2 'split' bathrooms, but I liked the NCL bathroom setup better. Shower seemed to have much more space. NCL room is MUCH smaller, but layout was very efficient and had plenty of storage for 2 passengers. Anything more than 2 passengers in these cabins would have felt very cramped. Read entire member review >>
The room was too small for 4 guests. It should of been advertised for 3 guests. Also there was no mentioning that some of the rooms near, above, or below the theaters/bars might be exposed to loud music and noise at all hours of the night. Carnival does not charge a room service fee but NCL sure does! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was fairly small and made up as a double it left very little space around the bed, we managed by pushing 1 table under the dressing table or my husband would have had to climb over the bed to get to the bathroom. Bathroom not a bad size, good size & powerful shower, but not enough storage in bathroom or the cabin in general. The bed was very comfortable but it was also the only place to sit. Fairly quiet cabin and we heard very little noise from the Aqua dining room above or the crew area next door. Read entire member review >>
I was very disappointed in this ship . I heard they are retiring it at the end of this year. So I feel maybe they weren't showing this boat no love. The shows are great . Bermuda was awesome. Just be prepared if you are a prior cruiser. Read entire member review >>
Norwegian rooms are not the biggest, but they have enough space. We sailed an inside cabin this time. Had some very noisy neighbors (drunk), Ear plugs took care of most of it. I prefer a balcony on this level, but have had great success with inside cabins Deck four midship.
They have been upgrading the TV we now had LED TV, last oct we had a balcony room and it still had a tube TV. Read entire member review >>
This cabin sucks. It is located under the galley and there is banging and clanking all night. There is a machine that vibrates the whole room and the crew bar is 2 doors away. The noise from the galley stopped at 2am then started again at 4:30am everyday. We did not get much sleep at all. We complained to guest services and there was not much they could do because of the design of the ship even though they tried to. Did get a discount off things that i bought on board but it did not make up for lack of sleep. If you have this room get it changed!!! Read entire member review >>
Quiet corner cabin near the elevator. The elevator was not used often so it was not as crowded as the others on the ship. Convenient to the theater. We did hear our neighbors television at times. Read entire member review >>
The cabins always seem a bit smaller on NCL - but we love the mini-bar. We don't purchase anything from it - but it's great for storing extra bottles from the bucket-o-beers. Read entire member review >>
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