These Inside Staterooms are on lower decks and are mid-ship accommodations. You'll have easy access to everything on board, and room for up to four guests. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more.
The cabin was much larger than I had expected. The bed was huge and very very comfortable. There where only two of us in the cabin and we had more than enough room. I think if there where more of you and would suggest a larger cabin. Our steward Lodson was brilliant. He was very friendly, polite and his animal skills with the towels made my day. The cabin was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Larger bathroom then usual but the room wasn't cleaned as often as it should have been, left the room for hours at a time and would come back to a dirty room, no towels, and bed left unmade. Read entire member review >>
The mattresses in our cabin probably have never been replaced or maybe just on some decks. On the 9th deck midship only 1 mattress out of 4 cabins that we had was sufficient. The others dipped in the center, NCL tried to rectify the problems with foam toppers which made the situation worst because then you had a hump to climb over when you got out of the bed. This spoiled my on board experience because I have a bad back and when the bed is not right, I cannot have a good night. The cabin steward tried to make it better but he could not if mattress was old. Bathroom was nice size and he kept it clean...water was hot...sprayer was great. Closet space adequate. Cabin was a little smaller than most other cruise lines only 158 sq where others are 168, 178, 188. You have to pay more on NCL to get a larger cabin and this is not so on Princess and Celebrity where it is large enough to even have a sofa in the room. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was good, kept clean very efficiently by our cabin steward Christian. We had a double bed in the cabin and there was space to get down the side of the bed on both sides. The bathroom and shower was a good size, the shower being bigger than on some ships we have been on. There was a shower screen and plenty of room in the shower cubicle. Read entire member review >>
Small for 4 people but functional enough. We couldnt spend any time in the room other than to sleep and wash as it was too small to even eat in but with so much going on throughout the ship this didnt bother us. The kids were happy enough on the pull down and roll out bed. Our bed was plenty comfortable enough and although the bathroom was small for my Husband it had all that was needed and the shower was hot and well pressured. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in Cabin 9089 the cabin was small but was fitted out well it was comfortable, spotlessly clean. The bathroom was spacious and well laid out, agin spotlessly clean.
The only negative was there was a slight noise at first we thought it was just the air conditioning but on a couple of nights and through the night the noise got louder and I then realised it was the ship itself. If you were a light sleeper this may disturb your sleep. Read entire member review >>
we had an inside cabin which was not massive but it was appropriate for our needs the bed was plenty big enough and comfy the toilet and shower was on the tight for space category but again for the amount of time we spent in cabin overall was acceptable.no complaints about noise level .and it was kept to an excellent level by the housekeepers Read entire member review >>
This was only my second inside cabin ever and to my great surprise I found it very spacious. Enough storage space for two light travellers, with hanging space and drawers, a dressing/writing table with mirror. Electric outlets for USA appliances and Continental Plugs but NO UK electric outlets.
Generous sized Shower/Wetroom with Sink and Toilet.Beds can be turned into 1 Double or 2 singles. Read entire member review >>
We had three in an inside cabin and it was fine. We chose to spend our money on the ports of call. There was plenty of storage for the three of us and we were pleasantly surprised. Also, the pull-down bed was very comfortable--another pleasant surprise. Our stewards were great and we loved our towel animals. Hallway was quiet and we slept great. Bring a night light and power strip. Overall, we were very satisfied with our room. Read entire member review >>
An interior cabin, perfect for two. Small but efficiently designed. The bathroom door should be moved relative to the toilet. Needs more towels. Need a flat-panle TV with interactive capabilities. Read entire member review >>
Our inside cabin (9083) was in a great location, mid-ship and central beween most activities either topside or on the promenade decks. It did have a bunk bed that folded up against the wall.The shower had glass doors and had plenty of room. Read entire member review >>
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