Family Inside Stateroom
Inside staterooms feature two lower beds that can be converted to queen-size, lighted recess above bed, 26-inch flat screen television, vanity area with shelves and lots of storage space, full-size closet, and a recessed nook under the television.

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Family Inside Stateroom (I1) Cabin Reviews

Very small for 4 people. 65, 60, 38, and 42 only 1 person could move at a time. It was kept very clean by staff. Although it was dusty on the top bunks where I slept.
Very small for 4 people. 65, 60, 38, and 42 only 1 person could move at a time. It was kept very clean by staff. Although it was dusty on the top bunks where I slept. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
Booked the cruise over a year in advance and received a cabin with upper bunks. We had to crawl on the bed to get in bed or risk banging our heads. Not cool. For seniors.
Booked the cruise over a year in advance and received a cabin with upper bunks. We had to crawl on the bed to get in bed or risk banging our heads. Not cool. For seniors. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
Great location on deck 12 near kids club with an interior corridor. Close to elevators but not so close that you could hear them. Great cleaning and turn down service provided.
Great location on deck 12 near kids club with an interior corridor. Close to elevators but not so close that you could hear them. Great cleaning and turn down service provided. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
The cabin was typical for an inside stateroom. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was actually more spacious that other ships. However, storage is difficult with only a small closet, no drawers, and limited and shallow shelving. ... Read More
The cabin was typical for an inside stateroom. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was actually more spacious that other ships. However, storage is difficult with only a small closet, no drawers, and limited and shallow shelving. There are various, random cubbies to tuck things away, but it was even difficult to get the suitcases under the bed with life vests, ladders, and extra bedding already stored there. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Yes, it is small, especially considering it sleeps four! Four children, perhaps, but please don't think of bunking four people in this tiny space. You will be miserable. I was just one and found it adequate. Happily, the bathroom ... Read More
Yes, it is small, especially considering it sleeps four! Four children, perhaps, but please don't think of bunking four people in this tiny space. You will be miserable. I was just one and found it adequate. Happily, the bathroom was larger than some of the balcony rooms I have booked. If you are a single or couple, and want the beds pushed together, be warned that the bunks fold up against the wall, but protrude out about a foot making passage around the bed difficult for all but the most agile person. Have the beds pushed to together to ONE SIDE - opposite the vanity table for ease of getting in and out of bed without an accident. TIPS: Remember to close the closet door before tucking yourself into bed. If you leave it open it obscures half the TV. Bring something to mark your cabin door. With so many rooms, and a five digit number to remember, it can be exhausting searching for the right cabin. On a four day cruise, by the time I learned it, we were home. In rocky seas, you might want to put your clothes on the hangers or take them down completely. They rattle when the ship rocks too much! LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! My cabin was near the ice machine, so the sound of cubes descending was audible every so often. If you are an older adult who wants a quiet journey - do NOT get a cabin near Splash Academy. Children cannot resist the temptation to use the loooooooooong corridors as a racetrack and it can be clearly heard wherever you are. Towel animals are now by request only - to conserve on energy from the laundering. Same with ice - if you require it regularly - make sure to tell your steward. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Cabin: Granted, if you book only 3 days out from sailing, your "guaranteed rate" (ie, assigned by the cruise line) cabin won't be the best available, but we were assigned #13445, which is nowhere near the bottom, so I was ... Read More
Cabin: Granted, if you book only 3 days out from sailing, your "guaranteed rate" (ie, assigned by the cruise line) cabin won't be the best available, but we were assigned #13445, which is nowhere near the bottom, so I was enthused. Upon entering the cabin, we realized it was the smallest we had ever been in, and the quarters were tight, with very little storage space: no drawers at all, two tiny nightstands wedged into the far corners of the cabin with little access (even getting into bed was a bit difficult, as we had to lean away from the wall to avoid bumping our heads on the upper beds that were folded up onto the wall), the vanity/desk area had only an ottoman seat (no back) and the space underneath the "desk" was taken up by the unnecessary (to us) minibar fridge. The closet had no light, but did have a safe and two and a half skinny shelves and lots of hangers. The best thing was the bathroom, with good storage (shelves next to mirror and lots of space under the sink) and a relatively large shower with actual glass door!). We found the system for alerting our cabin steward to our need for cabin refresh or do no disturb very good: one presses a button in the cabin and either a green or red light appears above the door in the hallway--no more stolen or misplaced do-not-disturb signs. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Not so much! : Cabin 9447
Small room but good use of space. When we arrived in our room, we noticed it had not been cleaned very well and had to ask housekeeping to come back in to vacuum and clean the mirrors.
Small room but good use of space. When we arrived in our room, we noticed it had not been cleaned very well and had to ask housekeeping to come back in to vacuum and clean the mirrors. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018

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