The cabin was large enough for 2 people to share comfortably. Ample storage space. Room in the bathroom was tight and a taller person would need to sit sideways on the toilet as the wall is close in front of it. Beds were comfortable, ... Read More
The cabin was large enough for 2 people to share comfortably. Ample storage space. Room in the bathroom was tight and a taller person would need to sit sideways on the toilet as the wall is close in front of it. Beds were comfortable, pillows good quality. 3 power points and a hairdryer. There is a tv but the shows on it are on a loop and there are few of them, so if you're looking to watch a show and wind down good luck, the choices are very limited. There was one channel that seemed to have children's shows on often. We were an inside cabin, the smallest for guests, with 2 single beds we found that there was room enough for our needs given that we were off ship for 7 days and at shows, or up on board most other times. For the most part there was no audible noise from other cabins. We had a friend in the next cabin and were able to knock on the wall to signal we were ready to go to dinner etc, but it was feint. The cabin was cleaned daily and while I was unsure if the inside cabin would feel too small and dark it really didn't. The staff who look after the cabins are wonderful. Language barriers do exist at times, but if you have time to have a chat they have some interesting stories to tell.
The air conditioning in the rooms works well and we were very comfortable at all times.
The power points are 110 volts and you do need adapters (US). There are some available at guest services but I don't know if there are enough for everyone. I took an epilator with me and found there just wasn't enough oomph to run it onboard, even leaving it on for 5 hours to charge it still wouldn't work. Recharging phones, ipads, camera batteries etc took longer than it does at home. Read Less