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.
Cozy but well designed. Plenty of outlets for smartphones and laptops. Nice magazine rack for holding papers. Only needed half of the clothes hangers. Quiet night and day. Close to elevators and aft restaurants such as the buffet, and Summer Palace and close to the big rear deck outside on the top floor #12. Read entire member review >>
Tiny Tiny cabin. Last inside cabin to the back of the ship. There is one foot space on either side when the twin beds are pushed together. The hallway next to it makes it a little noisy. Since it's at the back of the ship, it rocked quite a bit on choppy days (which doesn't bother me) and certain days you could hear the motor and feel the vibration - apparently it depended on the speed. No common areas below or above. The location was nice since it wasn't a long walk to the rear stairs and only 2 decks up to the buffet, or 4 decks down to the Summer Palace dining room. Read entire member review >>
We spend very little time in the cabin other than sleeping so usually prefer an inside. I was concerned that this cabin was vary far forward and might pitch more than normal but I could feel little or no motion. The room was much larger than our little 17' camper that we live in during the summer so that was nice! It was on deck 10 and very convenient. Read entire member review >>
Loved my inside cabin man-cave. Decked it out with all my stuff: camera gear, fishing equipment, hats, bowties and magnet clips with my newsletters and stuff attached to the walls. Hung up my room deodorizer in the closet to keep my stuff smelling "fresh." Got my laundry done for $50.00--hardly a deal. Loved my service--including chocolates and twice daily ice refresh. Read entire member review >>
Rooms. Hopefully you don't have a claustrophobia problem because the rooms are small. Also, it always sounded like a lot of water was moving through the pipes. We didn't get the balcony like we normally do, and opted for 2 interior rooms but the back of the ship seemed to rock more, so you always want to aim for mid ship. I felt motion sick a few times at sea. Having a window or balcony room may have helped so if you are going to do it, do it right. Plus, you don't have to go to the upper decks to see the beautiful Glacier bay like we did. We learned that this ship was hit with the Noro virus, so you will be "washy washy happy happy" sprayed on your hands by the crew to kill germs. When we booked, this ship was not on the Noro Virus list, so that was a bummer to learn later that we had to risk getting this nasty disease. Hence we washed our hands like we were OCD and it paid off because none of us got sick. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was great. We do not stay in our cabin much other than to sleep and this cruise is no different. The cabin was kept very clean and the attendant was great and took good care of us. They are average cabins but we only sleep in them so do not expect much. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was well located, as it was just below the buffet and a short elevator ride to the Summer Palace. The hot water never ran out, and it was as hot as you wanted it. The cabin was exactly what you would expect from an interior room, but it was more than adequate for our needs. There was the occasional noise from the buffet above, but the odd noise was exceptional. Read entire member review >>
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