These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way to cruise. There's room for up to four guests and they include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and of course, you'll have room service and many other amenities.
Room 9005 was a corner room so we only had 1 neighbor and an un-busy hallway to the 4 fwd suites. We have had balconies, and with the extra cost we feel we have to use it… but how often are you in your stateroom other than to change and sleep. Also, we are working on 2 cruises a year so the savings on an inside cabin allow us to do this.
The stateroom was very accommodating for our needs. It had all we needed – bed, bathroom, LCD TV, refrigerator, desk, plugs for our electronics, a safe, ample closet space, and 3 drawers. We put our suitcases under the bed after unpacking and had plenty of room to move around. We are a good normal weight and size – me 5’10” 185 lbs, her 5’4” 120 lbs. Read entire member review >>
It was an inside cabin and we knew what to expect. It was fine for our purpose. The bed was comfortable. There was adequate space. For us it wasn't worth the extra few thousand dollars for a balcony considering how busy the itinerary was. We used the extra money for the dinner package and shore excursions. Read entire member review >>
Cabin although inside with no windows did not feel cramped or claustrophobic. On both cruises we had cabin attendants that took very good care of us and made sure we had a good experience. We have cruised with NCL several times and had both balconies and interior rooms and I will say we have enjoyed both but on the Epic where you have very limited opportunities to see water anyway the balcony may be the better way to go. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was on deck 10 just aft of the mid-ship elevators. We really liked this location as it was convenient to walk up two flights of stairs to the Garden Cafe and pool deck and down to the Atrium/dining rooms. It was also quiet. The housekeeping staff were very friendly and did an excellent job. Read entire member review >>
Very happy with our cabin facilities. Although we didn't spend a lot of time there, it was perfect for a good night's sleep, with room to store all our things out of the way. Read entire member review >>
NCL Jade cabin 9169 - inside category ID. We were pleased with our cabin. Although small, there were three mirrors, which made the room feel much bigger. The bathroom was large and there ample closet/drawer/storage space. We would book an inside cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Interior cabin was on the small side but pretty standard to and interior cabin. The A/C worked well and the bath was standard. It had a bunk and I would not have wanted a 3rd person in this cabin. It was way to small. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin that worked fine for the two of us. The cabin was very well thought out with lots of storage (shelves, closet, etc.). The bathroom was larger than the bathroom on our last cruise and was quite sufficient for our needs. Our cabin stewards were wonderful and always called us by name. I have two comments about our specific cabin (#8501). First, the cabin was as far to the front of the ship as possible and as far away from the main dining options as possible. We did a lot of walking, which was fine for us, but may not be a great location for passengers with walking issues. Secondly, there is a crew access door right beside this cabin. The first night of the cruise, I was awakened by noise from this area. However, it never happened again after the first night. We saw crew members accessing that area during the day, but did not have anymore nighttime noise. Therefore, this cabin worked fine for us. Read entire member review >>
We occupied 2 cabins on this cruise, Cabin 8629 and 9161. Both were ideal as they are AFT therefore the least amount of walking to the restaurants, reception, buffet. No noise at all, and met our needs entirely. Read entire member review >>
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