Norwegian Jade Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for your family to cruise. With room for up to four guests, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more. And of course, room service and many other amenities.
I had a Family Inside cabin to myself and so I had plenty of space. The cabins have been upgraded with more subdued carpeting and decor. The over bed lighting has been replaced with something far more modern with USB chargers built in along with new HD TVs in a corner unit also with USB chargers and power sockets. The bathroom remains much the same with plenty of room to manoeuvre oneself about in and the shower area is big enough for two normal sized people. Just one thing, why was the toilet placed at an angle? I had no problem but for anyone of larger proportions must have problems. As someone put it, sitting on the loo was a bit like The Queen riding side saddle! My cabin was kept spotless by Edgar. Read entire member review >>
I was happy with the inside cabin. It wasn't the largest I've been in, but it was comfortable. The shower stall was enclosed nicely with sliding doors and had good water pressure/temp. I also liked that they had a hand soap dispenser at the sink (I had brought my own thinking we'd only have bar soap). I felt comfortable with three people in the room, but wouldn't with the 4th tiny trundle bed in use. There was a good sized table under the TV and a small vanity type table on the opposite side. Ordering flowers seemed to take up the whole thing, so I wouldn't buy them again in that size cabin. The room was almost always quiet, the only noise was from the hallway occasionally, but I suspect the balcony cabins were also subject to that noise. It was almost impossible to hear if announcements were being made without opening the door, so I often missed them. Read entire member review >>
Standard inside room. We basically only use it to sleep and shower, and this one worked perfectly fine for that. Our room steward, Erlito, was awesome, friendly and always in a good mood. Read entire member review >>
Small room - but we are a family of four - and to be fair we thought it offered great value for money. We were in an inside cabin - which we would do again. WE didnt spend much time in the room - just for sleep. Read entire member review >>
We found our cabin to be very good, reasonably comfortable, excellent shower with doors rather than curtains that grab. We were only a few steps from an elevator to whisk us up or down to breakfast in the morning. We like the 8th deck as we can walk down to Blue Lagoon easily at any time of day or night.
Our steward was a lady who was nothing short of fabulous and our cabin was made up and put in tidy order by the time we came back from breakfast each day and prepared for the night while we were at dinner. She was super efficient! Read entire member review >>
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