With room for up to four guests, these Inside Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more. These staterooms are mid-ship, so you'll have easy access to everything on board.
Our inside cabin (10617) was, well, an inside cabin. A nice quiet one mostly thanks to quiet neighbors. Deck 10 is nice since it is below other cabins. I wouldn't recommend anything on Deck 11 (where all the mini-suites are) because of the potential noise from the activities (restaurants, pool, gym, Splash Academy) above on Deck 12. I am a guy who wants to be asleep by 10 p.m.
The only criticism of the particular cabin I have is that the lower portion of the shower appears to be deteriorating. Minor issue. Read entire member review >>
We chose an interior mid-ship cabin to save money. We spent very little time in our cabin; so it's a good way to go for the budget traveler. There was enough space for all of our clothes. The beds were comfy. We brought along a storage thing that fits over the bathroom door. It has 25 compartments. It's great! We had an amazing steward. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very small. There was a table right next to my side of the bed that I either had to squeeze past or climb directly on the bed from the bottom of the bed. The bathroom was a decent size. As many others have commented, the toliet is set up at an angle so it is hard to really use it. The shower was quite large for a cruise ship. The room was immaculate each time it was serviced. As I mentioned, this cabin is below the kitchen, so you do hear a little noise. It probably wouldn't keep me from booking it again, though. Read entire member review >>
I loved the towel poppy folds on the beds every nite. Rooms are clean and fast in reply. They even found my cell-phone that is hiding under the bed. go extra beyond the regular service. Read entire member review >>
First time for inside cabin. Had room steward change beds so 3rd adult didn't have to sleep on bunk bed. Originally the beds were placed side by side and it filled the entire room wall to wall so all 3 of us would have to crawl out of bed to get off the bed. If you configure a U shape by removing the table under the wall tv, you can fit 3 beds comfortably in the room and everyone can get out of their individual bed. Once this was done, there was plenty of room to move around. Shower was nice and strong and room was kept very clean and tidy. Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin with a large shower area. Two singles together make a nice King for sleeping.
Housekeeping crew were buried with cabins to clean and as such our cabin was seldom made up before two in the afternoon...
Closer to the forward elevators Read entire member review >>
We like a dark, quiet, stable, inside cabin. This location was perfect for our needs. Our room was one cabin off the mid-ship elevators and stairwell so we were a bit concerned about noise but never heard anything. We were very conveniently situated to dining venues and activities on deck 12 or public areas on 7. It is also a cabin for only two people so there was no fold-down beds on the walls to bump heads and shoulders into every time you tried to get in or out of bed. Our cabin steward, Mathias was wonderful. He was friendly, efficient and we always had everything we needed without asking. Read entire member review >>
I bought this cruise for $239 for one person with an inside cabin. I normally book a balcony cabin but this price was too good to not take advantage of it. I had the two twins made up into a queen bed. This was a mistake. By doing some you loose usable floor space in the room. For example If my wife had been with me I would have had to crawl to the bottom of the bed to get out of it or crawl over her. They say that you could have slept a third in this room but then it would have been wall to wall bed.For a couple this is a great value if you leave the room configured with twin beds. I was two decks below the pool deck yet one night I smelled the smell of the Charcoal BBQ in my room. Deck ten midships is a good room location. You are two decks up to the pool deck and buffet, three decks down to the dining room deck and the main activities deck.The bedding was as good as you get in a five star hotel. Read entire member review >>
Tiniest rooms I have ever been in. We pushed the bed against one wall so we could have any walk room. As stated above, sound levels from the atrium make it impossible to sleep at night. We complained and got 2 full nights sleep without having to complain. The atrium is directly below these rooms. Be very aware of where your room is in relation to the atrium. Im glad we had 2 rooms instead of 1 for the 4 of us. We would have lost our minds in one they clam that sleeps 4. Rooms 9103 and 9105 (AVOID!) Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 4, super quiet. Didn't even hear people walking by. Great closet space, plus shelves for storing other items. Bathroom had a shower door, very nice. Bed was very comfortable. One table was a little too big at the corner making it difficult to get around. Fridge either needs to be bigger or have less items in it for purchase, you can't fit anything else in it. Read entire member review >>
Plenty of room for everything that we needed, had a large enough tv. enough outlets, and the temperature control was great. The room steward is why this gets a 5.5 rating, he by far went above and beyond, he made every day just a bit better than we even expected. Read entire member review >>
Cabin clean but small two single beds made up into one no room to walk on either side of the bed.Shower largest I have had on cruise ship rest of bathroom small toilet at a funny angle forcing you to sit sideways? Room well serviced by attendant Read entire member review >>
Excellent value for money. Bigger bathroom than our balcony cabin on last cruise (Costa Pacifica). Bed was awesome. Slept so well. Air con great. Spotless and well maintained. Enough storage space once unpacked, and luggage just goes under the beds. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 9527 On NCL Jewel in an inside cabin. Quiet but beside the room stewards elevator. the only time we heard it was on the first & last night when they were moving all the luggage. We love the inside cabin because it is so dark & we sleep as long as our body needs - not when the sun comes up. Also like the location - rooms below us & above us. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 10 in an interior cabin near the stairwell between a crew work space and another cabin. The crew kept it quiet and it was nice and quiet the entire cruise. Excellent service by our room steward. Read entire member review >>
worst inside staterooms. You are either banging against their closet doors that open up on their own, the bathroom doors or the clattering and noisy shower doors.
very tight space in the inside staterooms. housekeeping personnel actually gets mad at small children in the room. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin had paint peeling from several areas in the bathroom. This ship was built in 2005 and already refurbished. I was amazed that peeling paint was permitted or occurring. Apparently, the ship is so highly utilized that no time is available for this type of maintenance.
The bathroom was larger than I expected. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 5609 which happens to be at the end of the corridor right next to the entrance to the crew quarters. There was never a problem with that and we experienced no noise from there. On a few occasions we did hear some from above. Read entire member review >>
liked being mid ship didn't feel the swell although it was very calm except on the short crossing from Stirrup cay to ship at the bahamas. Cabin a bit on the small side for three adults as a top bunk pulls down from the wall but adequate since you don't spend a lot of time there anyway. Read entire member review >>
Could not seat a 6'2" man on the stateroom toilet. Only time this was the case on any of out 13 cruises. This was an inside stateroom which is what we always get regardless of cruise line. Read entire member review >>
Floor 11, Room 11093, Interior Stateroom: Smaller cabin than other cruise lines, but sufficient shelves for clothing. Bathroom was decent sized for cabin. Downside, we think there was a service hallway behind our room as during the middle of the night we heard metal banging, things dropping/crashing to the floor. It was loud enough to startle us from our sleep as it was the wall against the headrest. Read entire member review >>
We just took a inside cabin because we do not spend a lot of time in our room. We found the cabin to be smaller then Carnival's but still workable. As long as you are neat and put things away after you use them. The washroom was very nice with a good size shower with glass doors.
Two things they did not have was a way to check the balance of your bill from your TV. The othere thing was they did not have 2010 Olympics anywhere on the ship. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin adjacent to midships elevator. Great location as a base for a large ship. No problem with trying to locate your cabin amongst the seemingly endless long corridor of doors. Not a large cabin but adequate for us, two quite large peaople. Ample storage, wardrobe, and shelf space. Shower cubicle will be big enough for even the largest of guests - a bonus in a small cabin space! One floor below busy buffet restaurant, with some noise when diversion rope barriers were engaged at beginning and end of closed periods, though never very late at night. Read entire member review >>
Nice location 2 floors below buffet. Near middle of the ship so less rocking in nasty weather. Small room but well layed out. Could hear some noise from the staff moving in behind the room at times but it was not too bad. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 10075 on Deck 10 midship on the Norwegian Jewel is an excellent inside cabin choice. Adequate space, large shower, suitcase under beds, centrally located, quiet, slept like a baby. Read entire member review >>
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