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 sleep two more.
We were on the lowest deck we've ever been on and I was worried that it would be a second class cabin. I was surprised to find that it was great! We didn't get second class anything. Our steward was great and the service was exceptional. Everything worked and any problems were quickly resolved. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was spacious and comfortable. We weren't sure if we would enjoy an interior room, but we actually loved it. It was nice because it stayed dark all day which was perfect for afternoon naps, or for sleeping in a little in the morning. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is close to the staff disco, you could hear (and smell cigarette smoke) in the hall but not once we were in the room. What we did hear was the Azura kitchen was above us and when they were cleaning up and prepping late at night it could get noisy Read entire member review >>
Modest-sized cabin with partial outside view through lifeboat and good storage space. Arranged as a central double-bed was good, with space under to lose suitcases etc., but it was tight passing a folded-up wall bunk on one side and only a 4" gap at the end of the bed to the fixed side table on the other! A mirror-image layout for the fixed furniture would have worked better. The bathroom was very small and had an unnecessarily tight (17" wide) doorway to access the WC. Since the bathroom was only big enough for one at a time, the sliding door to the WC section was not needed and the opening could then be readily opened-up to19-20" without interfering with the sink unit. The shower worked well, and though small, was fine. The cabin decor was fine too. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very well appointed. Every inch was used very well. The built in closet and dressers were excellent for keeping a tiny space clear. The bathroom was amazing. Again, every inch was well thought out. There was shelving on the wall as well as under the sink. All the space kept all of our things organized. The shower was amazing! A powerful shower head and lots of hot water as well as spacious for an inside cabin. The beds could have been more comfortable, but it was fine. Read entire member review >>
Perfect for what we needed. We had 4 in each room. Our other rooms was 4567, and they were the only two down it's own little hallway. Midship. Deck 4. Inside. No problems whatsoever. Quiet and we slept just perfect. :) Read entire member review >>
Basic Inside Cabin in the middle of the ship. This room has a bunk bed and can sleep three- If you don't have three people, don't choose it, as the bunk bed takes up room on the one wall.
The room was what you would picture, two twin beds separate or apart depending on your preference, a desk, TV, and bathroom equipped with one of the most powerful toilets in the history of mankind. No complaints about the features, but do not pick this room unless you don't mind the smell of cigarette smoke every afternoon/evening coming in from the HVAC. The room was quiet and dark and easy to sleep in, except for the last night when the crew was handling baggage and making all kinds of noise all night long.
Overall, a nice room, especially for someone that may be prone to seasickness, as it is low and middle- we hardly ever felt any rocking that was bad. Read entire member review >>
The room is the worst. It's right next to the crew lounge with a bar and pool table. The crew would be singing and crashing pool balls, far more than enough to keep you awake, from 12 to 4 in the morning. Read entire member review >>
we stayed in 4587. I really liked our room. I felt there was plenty of room for both of us to live comfortably for a week. There were 3 drawers, 5 deep shelves, and a closet stocked with plenty of hangers. I Kept hearing that we needed an over door hanger for our bathroom stuff, so i was really surprised at how much space was in the bathroom. I appreciated the extra storage, but i think we are low maintenance enough that we didnt necessarily need it. And yes, the shower was big enough to fit 2 people ;) Read entire member review >>
Our cabin had plenty of room with lots of storage for all of your items. The shower was large, you could even turn around and not hit the walls. The beds were WONDERFUL!! Slept like a baby!!! I actually looked forward to climbing in to bed. Read entire member review >>
The inside cabin we stayed in was on the 9th deck. It was tiny, but good enough for my husband and I. The bathroom and shower were small, but a bit larger than the other cruise ship we sailed. The stateroom attendant made up our room twice a day, very clean upon arrival. Hallways were not too noisy. Comfortable beds. Read entire member review >>
We found the room more than adequate for our needs. Quiet, private yet close to the elevators, easy access. Plenty of room for 2...3 0r 4 probably would have gotten too crowded! Read entire member review >>
My lowest level inside cabin met my needs. No frills but efficiently designed. But beware, it's a tiny space. Two people can't get ready at the same time. It's really just for people who want to use their cabin as a place to sleep and not much more. I think it's a steal for budget minded travelers. Why pay more to see the same ports and eat the same food? Why get a bigger cabin? To stay inside it when on a cruise? To each his own, but cruise travel for me means cheap travel. Read entire member review >>
room was a perfect size for 2 people. Closet was bigger than I was thinking it was going to be and enough drawer space for my son and myself. Any more than 2 people I don't see fitting. But for the cost(single mom budget) and the time being spent in the room it worked for us. Read entire member review >>
Very tiny room period. Smallest I've seen. Built in closet but hardly room to walk in with your luggage. Then once you unpacked, trying to store luggage was a problem. Bathroom was actually not as small as I've seen. Cabin steward was nice but did not go out of their way to see you were happy. Where we were it was quiet all but one night and we heard music up until the wee hours! Read entire member review >>
We booked an inside cabin on the 5th deck. Cabin 5555 was a typical inside cabin that had a lower queen and an upper twin bunk. Our cabin was extremely quiet. We never heard a sound. There was plenty of room for the three of us. We don't spend a lot of time in the cabin but when we were there we were very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
The interior cabins are small by industry standards, but the design is good with adequate storage. The mattresses and pillows had been upgraded since our last cruise on this ship, making the cabins more comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 6505 was horrendous, noise from the galley above all night, noise from the storage underneath all night, and doors slamming shut next door at all hours by crew going in and out of there service areas all through the night. Moved along to cabin 5553 and it was nice and quite except it was very dirty. If you want to have 2 adults and 2 children in an inside cabin think again, there is no room to put the fourth bed which is stored under one of the single beds also no space to put clothes for 4 people. Read entire member review >>
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