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.
No idea what our category was - you know better than I. Small, but okay for 2 people. There was a twin bed attached to the wall on one side of the bed. I hit my head on it twice - one time bringing LOTS of blood!! My husband cleaned it up and saw it was a small hole. So we thought I didn't need stitches or we would have gone to Medical. I wish that bed had NOT been there - we sure didn't need it or use it!! Read entire member review >>
I was traveling alone and got a state room, it had the right size for me and had everything that I needed. It was located in the middle of the ship so no windows or balcony which was perfect for me but may not be good for other people. Read entire member review >>
Very small, really lacked storage space, no drawers to put clothes, shelves very shallow could not really place things on shelves properly without falling off. Closet very small. Bathroom adequate, shower stall with glass enclosure much nicer than a curtain, ample room to move around for the average sized individual in the shower. I've cruised many times and this had to be the worst cabin design. Read entire member review >>
Last time we had a Balcony on the 12th deck and it was great. Balcony is not large but was fine enough for us. This time, due to expense; we had Inside Cabins on the 12th deck and the cabin was fine! Although it is small, between the closet and space on either side of the bed and under the bed; the 3 of us were not cramped at all!
Remember to bring a credit card sized card to put in the slot to run the power in your cabin. If you just use your room key card when in the room that will work but when you leave and take the room key card out of the slot, the power goes off and if you are charging electronics you don’t get to charge them when out of the cabin. My Library card from home was in the slot from the moment we got in the cabin until we left! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nice and spacious for my two siblings and I. My brother had the top bunk, my sister had the lower bunk and I had a seperate bed to myself. It was clean and the washroom was spacious as well. Although the water in the shower was kind of slow, it wasn't too hot, or too cold like previous cruisers have mentionned. Great room especially for the price! We did not care for a window or balcony and this fit our budget well!. Read entire member review >>
The room was nice, but maybe 10 inches between the wall and the sides of the bed, and with the bunk beds in the room made it almost impossible to walk around it. I was easier to jump to the head of the bed :-) We figured out on the last night why we didn't have very good water pressure was that when we turned the knob it stopped, but then I accidentally turned it a little harder, and it rotated to allow more pressure. There weren't any constant barrages of stuff being sold, as some ships do. Read entire member review >>
as expected tiny and no dresser space. No direction given on how to turn lights on, requires room key in slot with switch. Couldn't charge devices unless in room with lights. Read entire member review >>
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