These Inside Staterooms are on lower decks and are mid-ship accommodations. You'll have easy access to everything on board, and room for up to four guests. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two more.
Inside Stateroom - the inside state room on the Disney ships is about 30 square feet larger and seem to make the best use of that space. The NCL inside stateroom is very tight. Frankly, it was initially difficult for all four of us to be in the room at the same time. I sent everyone off to explore the ship while I unpacked the suitcases and stored them under the beds. Fortunately, we are all light packers. Sleeping arrangements: the twin beds are pushed together to make a King-size bed on one side of the room, a lower trundle bed is pulled from under that bed (imagine wall-to-wall bed) and a bunk bed is pulled from the wall above the trundle. It's doable, but cramped and everyone needs to be flexible. We found it was best when only two people were in the room at a time - so my husband and I would get up early, dress and go for breakfast. Our kids would get up later and get ready for the day. The bathroom was a good size (larger than Disney) and the soap/shampoo products provided were nicely scented. I will explore other larger stateroom options for future cruises. It is fine for two adults or two adults with younger child/ren who don't need a lot of time in the room. IT WAS VERY STABLE WHEN WE HAD ROUGH SEAS off the NC coast. Also, we weren't the only four-person family in an inside stateroom, but everyone needs to work together and be good sports. Read entire member review >>
This room for four was so small that the beds ran wall to wall and you had to scoot out of bed to get to the floor. Small even by cruise standards and was not set up for 4 people. Only one bunk on the wall and the other bed is a pull out bed that they lay on the floor next to the king size bed or between the two twins. Read entire member review >>
Basic inside cabin at a great price. A decent sized cabin with adequate shelve and draw space. Good size Fridge and security vault. Comfortable bedding and adequate shower/bathroom. Read entire member review >>
very bad...very bad....whoever planned this ship has no idea about real planning for passengers. very many small spaces and honestly very many situations where they can get sued for the injuries due to how they have laid thing out, especially around kids areas and pools. Read entire member review >>
My Cabin was 4567, low on the ship and inside. Although it was small, I truly did not use the cabin for more than sleeping and showering. During rougher weather, we felt only gentle rocking due to being so low in the ship. Only draw back was the use of the elevators, many times would stop on each floor and the floor I spent most of my time on was deck 12. I took the stairs many days helping burn off the great food, 141 steps from deck 4 to deck 12! Other than the elevators the cabin served its purpose and fit 2 adults and 2 children with no problems. Read entire member review >>
Very central to ship. If you think you want to be in a steady cabin, this is a good spot. It is the main hallway for disembarkation for most Caribbean ports though so it can be a high traffic area during those times. Read entire member review >>
4604, a unique accessible inside, right opposite the medical center. Very comfortable for physically challenged. Large floor space, fully ADA compliant bathroom, with roll in shower, shower seat, emergency pull-cords, etc. We had plenty of room to stow my 90 year old mom's wheelchair. She especially appreciated not having to climb a step to get into bathroom or shower, as she has fallen over these in the past. The midship location can't be beat. And in the rough weather, we were hardly aware of it. Besides the twin beds, we had a desk with a chair, a table with a stool, and a sofa that might be a bed also. Read entire member review >>
Room layout is good but small. Beds should be kept as twin beds. When put together it is very difficult to get out of bed. One side has to crawl over bottom of the bed to avoid hitting the desk.
This was a noisy room. We heard noise day and night. Sounded like rolling carts behind us.
Bathroom small but good. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin, 4577, was an inside similar to the only other one we were ever in. It was tiny, but served it's purpose. I loved that the shower was bigger than I'm used to and had glass doors. A much more comfortable shower with a handheld shower. Read entire member review >>
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