We got an interior cabin room, so no windows. It kind of sucked because we never knew when it was light out or dark out. It really threw us off. Sometimes we would walk up to the deck and be shocked that it was still light out. Our fault, for not spending a little more money on a room with a window. Definitely recommend! It's worth it. Our room was very cramped and small. Often, my friend and I had to walk around each other when we were doing our hair or our makeup, or trying to change our clothes or pack. The layout of the room is a little weird, with the bathroom and shower at the entrance of the room and the sink on the dresser area. Didn't bother us much. You can control the temperature of the room, which was great. There's also American and European outlets in the rooms. Two American, so we had no need for the European ones. Worked out perfectly fine. The bed was always clean and very comfortable to sleep in. Had no problems. Despite us never getting our tickets on time or meeting our steward, he always cleaned our room twice a day, much appreciated. I will say the lighting sucks in there. Too many buttons for lighting in different areas, which is fine, but it was still so dim and dark with all the lights on. Made it very hard to see our makeup accurately. A small thing, but kind of important for us girls! Read entire member review >>
Cheapest cabin on the ship! Perfectly adequate for 2. Never in it. TV too small to view, but nothing on it anyway! Why pay double for balcony, when you can sit upstairs for free! Read entire member review >>
Too small, vert poorly lit. Shower and bathroom privacy nonexistent. Both had only glass partitions lightly frosted which afforded little or no privacy. If you're clastifobic this won't work for you. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin to save money. It is so much cheaper and it really isn't terrible. We slept with the "a view from the bridge" television station on and we woke up to sunrises each morning. The separate toilet and shower isn't bad at all. It actually gives you so much more space. The closet was huge and the there are shelves in the closet for extra storage. Our stateroom attendant was the best! He always greeted us by name and always had fresh ice for us in the ice bucket. We always came back to new towel animals each night too, we loved that. Read entire member review >>
Smaller than other cruise line's inside cabins. Storage is okay. Separated bath & shower is not fun. Room is very quiet and beds are extremely comfortable. Air con is strong, but you can adjust room temperature. Shower is good with plenty of hot water. Read entire member review >>
The lighting was terrible. My wife's face make-up was a matter of pure guesswork because it was so dark in the cabin. The best lighting was in the shower. The power sockets are hidden under a low dark shelf.The beds are too short. The sink is only useable to wash hands. The flat screen TV was so bad you could only examine your on- board account by standing directly in front of it within 3 feet. The bedside lights are on flexible storks - which are so flexible that they won't stay up out of harms way if you separate the beds to achieve more cabin space in the centre. Read entire member review >>
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