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.
The cabin is well designed with all the necessary facilities. The shower in the bathroom is especially convenient and comfortable, with a sliding door preventing water from flowing onto the floor. The housekeeper Na-ik cleaned our room twice a day, always keeping it very clean and tidy. He also made several towel animals for us and we were really delighted to see these cute animals. Read entire member review >>
The bathroom was larger than the ones I have had on other ships and cruise lines. I appreciated not having a curtain sticking to my body and having enough room so I did not keep banging my body into the walls of the shower. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin was very nice and the bed was very comfortable. Unfortunately, our room was at the end of the hall on the forward end of the ship where there is a crew access door that was opening and closing often at all hours of the day which did disturb our sleep some. We were assigned this room since we bought a guaranteed inside room instead of one that we could select ourselves. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very good, ample room and storage, nice steward and lovely touches with the folded towels. Bathroom clean and shower excellent power and lots of hot water. Lovely comfortable bed. Free safe. Read entire member review >>
Smallest cabin we have ever had on a cruise. No chair no drawers to put clothes in small shelves. Bathroom was great other than that I really have nothing good to say about the room except spend the money for a larger one. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was much smaller then I'm use to. The closet space was good and there were enough hanger. However there wasn't enough room to move around if sharing with another person. I really missed and was disappointed that there wasn't a proper vanity. For us girls that like to doll ourselves up that vanity is a must. Read entire member review >>
We booked IX We ended up with a room with 2 beds on the wall along with the 2 beds pushed together to make a queen. Which makes it difficult to get into the bed so we asked for our beds to be separated, Which made for much easier entrance and more spacious room. much easier to put luggage under the bed also. The room has so drawers. Which we knew from our first time on the ship. So purchased these folding storage boxes at Dollar tree which are excellent to put socks, underwear etc in and keep on top shelve in the closet. They fold up and weight almost nothing. And quite a deal for a $1. I do like the storage hassock something the NCL Escape did not have.. it does have a hassock to sit on but does not open for storage like the Getaway does.Our inside room on NCL Escape had no drawers either . Read entire member review >>
It was sufficient for what we paid at the last minute and we booked an inside guarantee. We were told we were upgraded to a family inside on deck 13, but let me tell you what this means- it means you will get a 135 sf cabin with two overhead beads mounted on the wall that you will constantly need to duck around while getting in and out of bed. Of course they are still up against the wall (unless you have your kids, then the bunks will be open) but every inch of space counts in 135 sf, so this makes the room feel measurably smaller. Also, you will hear noises that sound like a large bucket of ice shifting or carts rolling- this is actually toilets flushing. It's not too annoying. What is annoying though is that there are corridors on 3 sides of the inside cabin we were assigned and people (including the stewards) love to hang out in the hall chatting at various volumes just inches from where you are resting your head on the pillow. Next time I will bring my portable white noise machine and that will take care of that. Basically it's an economy cabin and you get what you pay for. Read entire member review >>
Very clean. Very small. Explore the television. You can tell if it's day or night by clicking onto ohe deck view. Its very pretty to watch @ night if you are sailing around islands. The steward was very helpful and made us towel animals. Read entire member review >>
I rated the cabin as poor. Only reason was the size. I have never had a cabin this small.
But it was fine for us. We made it work and we are not in the room that much so would consider it again.
My husband fussed the whole week about the water pressure of the shower. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: We had an Inside Family Stateroom which provided the minimum, yet sufficient, amount of space, even for three adult males. I would suggest buying an over the door plastic shoe hanger device to store toiletries, sandals, and other small items that you want to access with ease and not overcrowd the limited counter space in the small but practical bathroom. The counter space in the inside cabins is enough for two; three is tight.
The cabin was kept very clean and towels were provided daily. Be sure to use to use the switches by the front door to ask housekeeping to clean your room or not to disturb. NCL's housekeeping staff works hard and it shows. My only suggestion would be that cabin attendants should meet guests on the first day. I was unable to establish personal contact wth housekeeping until the 3rd day, and that was only after I asked nearby attendants to find my assigned room steward. We appreciated the habit of providing fresh ice in the room twice a day. The water in the bathrooms is drinkable meaning the is no need to pay the additional amount for the bottled water left in each room at $4.50 each bottle.
The shower was very good. There is ample space for one person but not two. The shower gel and shampoo are in dispensers on the shower wall; they work well. There is no conditioner or body lotion; bring your own. There is facial tissue in the bathroom; a nice touch. Read entire member review >>
Much bigger than I anticipated. It was pitch black at night - and you control the temperature - so it was wonderfully cool at night. The bed was a bit short (maybe they are like that on all ships?), but I can't complain. The room steward was an absolute doll - she will do anything she can to make your stay pleasant. I can't speak highly enough of this room and the crew that cares for this space on the ship - it's far enough away from everything that it's incredibly quite, yet easy to get to. After staying in this stateroom I have absolutely no desire to get a window or balcony. The fridge is nice and cold - but the bottle of water you buy at the bar won't fit. Read entire member review >>
Small but efficient, Shower area quite large. Not happy with the card key system for power to the room, but any card you use will keep the power on letting you recharge anything you have. Read entire member review >>
Very noisy cabin as it sits close to the stage for the shows. Even when the shows are not going on, this area of the ship is noisy and you will be buying ear plugs guaranteed.The cabin is a fair size and well designed. Another location would have been better. Read entire member review >>
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