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.
Very clean. Hooks placements and towel racks excellent in bathroom. Needs larger hooks for coats and jackets.
Adequate frig for insulin.
Adequate safe although high, once I got it working. Had to call for help. Read entire member review >>
We always select an inside cabin as we like the darkness it offers for sleeping & we aren't in it enough to be concerned about lack of windows. We also try to get as close to mid-ship as possible for a smoother ride. Our cabin had tons of hangers, lots of shelves, & ample drawer space. Bathroom was a nice size & especially like the doors on the shower stall. Read entire member review >>
Great stewardess, clean but crowded. Recommend having separate twin beds for traffic flow. Having one large bed means someone is going to have bruised thighs from trying to get around the table in the cabin. Read entire member review >>
George provided excellent service throughout the cruise.
One suggestion - fitted bottom sheets might help. Every morning our sheets came loose and the various bed pads were exposed at the pillow end of the bed. Each day George put the bed back in operation, but I would just prefer to not see what is under the mattress cover. Read entire member review >>
had to sit sideways on the toilet. Around 3am every night the staff cause a banging noise for about 15 minutes behind the cabin. No lifts to floor 5 whilst debarking at nearly every port. lifts stopped on level 6 and then returned to normal after about 3 hours. cabin 5569 now have new beds Read entire member review >>
Room 5561 on Deck 5 was a good size for an inside room.. Shower & toilet, large wardrobe, two desk tops, 1 chair & 1 stool, King Size bed, TV with BBC World News & Channel 28 for up to date ( pre release ) movies in English.
Noises comes from Deck 6 between 0030 & 0330, with banging & scraping so only had 3 nights decent sleep out of 7!! Read entire member review >>
A bit small but clean good double bed very comfortable,really helpful cabin steward.
A tip to find the front of the ship follow the dolphins on the carpet,they always go forward (this saves a lot of time)in the corridors Read entire member review >>
Inside grade KK number 5549 )Our cabin was fortunately made up into a double bed configuration, by drawing the normal single beds together and goody, goody! there was no bunk bed above. A very good point was that the bathroom shower had a solid sliding door to it so none of the "clingy" curtain problems. A small problem in the cabin was, as it had been made up as a double, there wasn't much room. The gangways each side of the bed were very narrow, and that in this configuration the corner of the table of the TV unit protruded such, that it was a job to get by it. Read entire member review >>
Lovely, big cabin in a very quiet area. Plenty of space in room and bathroom but it was a disabled cabin. Also very near medical room, lifts and stairs.
I would happily stay in this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
We were VERY COMFORTABLE in our inside cabin. There was plenty of room for the two of us, but note that our beds were separated instead of being pushed together and this might not appeal to some couples. Presumably separated b/c of the hazard of hitting one's head on the recessed upper bunk and potential difficulty of getting by the end tables if the beds had been pushed together.
Lots of shelves, drawers, and closet space with plenty of hangers, and our empty suitcases fit easily under the beds. Nice sized shower and sink area, although toilet angle difficult seating for a taller guy.
The only NEGATIVE aspect was nightly NOISE which I think was coming from a kitchen or crew area...hooting, hollering, and pots banging, LOL, which would usually start 12:30-1:30, one night lasting until 2:30 am. The noise awakened me in spite of my wearing ear plugs! However, I didn't complain b/c the crew on that ship worked hard, for incredibly long hours, and I didn't want to get them into trouble. Read entire member review >>
Room was small.........we've stayed in Mini-Suites before.......we were perfectly fine....Tip...we used the ladder for the top birth as a clothes line...DH put about 1/2 of it under the top bunk and we used the additional hangers we brought and line dried some clothing.... Read entire member review >>
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