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.
Inside cabin which we found more spacious than on the Epic. Decent size bathroom and wardrobe. lots of storage space. Twin beds with two lockers in between - two dressing tables / side table and good size wardrobe with safe. Beds were comfortable and the air con was controlled in the room and kept the room cool at all times. As two ladies we found the hairdryer excellent and the number of mirrors and the lighting excellent for make up / getting ready. We sailed on the Epic last year and found this stateroom to be way ahead in every way. Our Steward kept the room spotless and was always to hand but not in your face which again suited us. We used the laundry and the pressing service and found it to be good. Read entire member review >>
Small interior room with a closet, vanity with storage in the stool, under bed storage and ample shelving in the bathroom. I liked how you were able to shut off the lights throughout the cabin from the bed. Key card activated lighting system, and there were 2 European outlets and 2 American outlets by the vanity. Matched my expectations and I have no complaints about the room, would maybe size up in the future. Having to pass the access doors for the outdoor walkway was inconvenient and very cold. Could also be difficult to navigate during busier times as you had to pass Fat Cats, Sunset Bar, the Ice Bar, photo studio, etc. if you were to go from Aft to Forward. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small, but it was enough! We organized our stuff on the first day and never had an issue with space. Hair dryers were amazing! We got a room that had only one neighbour so that made for a very quiet stay! Read entire member review >>
We had an inside handicap room that was large and roomy on the 13th floor this last week and it was very nice. Our room steward kept it really nice for us but he was a bit unfriendly and was the only one that never smiled. I contributed to the fact he was having a bad week. Tbe first cruise we had an inside room that was sufficient but really needed the handicap we did make do. It is really hard to get a handicap room unless you book months in advance and we usually book only a coouple of months out. We lucked out the last cruise. Read entire member review >>
Smallish/compact, but more than adequate for 2 persons on 7-night cruise, unless you "live" in your cabin, which we don't. Website pix accurately depict accommodations and layout. Medium sized flat screen TV faces bed. Bathroom counter and storage area good. Main cabin storage adequate. Given its location at the stern, when the ship is underway at 15+ knots, Azipod propulsion system vibrations are noticeable, which I did not find it annoying or disturbing, but soothing and relaxing. Particularly liked selector switches near door to indicate "Please Do Not Disturb" or "Please Make Up Room", which appear, respectively, as red and green lights on exterior top door frame. Read entire member review >>
Fairly standard inside room. The bed was formatted as two twins when we arrived, but after a quick call to out steward, it was put together as one bed the same day. Room steward was great, room was always clean, bed was always made. Read entire member review >>
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