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.
As mentioned above, this is a very tiny inside cabin. Second smallest we've ever been in (first was also a NCL ship). Bed is hard (our cabin steward did his best to pad it a bit). Pillows were great. Adequate closet space. Shower was very good size - better than most we have had. Read entire member review >>
We had one of the cheapest rooms, inside & midship. This helped my issues with seasickness immensely! There are rough seas in the Pacific this time of year and I slept like a log! Very comfortable beds and well organized, if small, room. We are two medium-sized adults who don't like to pack light--we dress up for dinner, use the spa, and carry computers and other devices we don't care to live with out. Plenty of room for storing all of that, although we do carry super strong magnetic hooks, which add places to hang a purse and coats to grab easily. We were on the 10 floor and away (but not far) from the elevator. Very quiet and easy to get places. The room was super clean, too, and well kept by our steward. Read entire member review >>
The carpet is dirty, bring slippers to protect your feet. Our shower door was incredibly difficult to open. You need to use muscle to inch it closed. We showered with the door open when we got tired of fighting with it. This would be a problem for children/elderly. Our toilet started flushing nonstop one day. It was LOUD, and could be heard from 4 rooms away. We didn't mind them fixing it, we were going to port. Had it happened in the middle of the night it would have been a hassle. It was fixed by the time we got back at the end of the day. Read entire member review >>
Standard inside cabin located near center of ship. Very quiet. Ample space for two people with three drawers, lots of shelves, and closet space. Nesting suitcases and storing under the bed helps gain floor space. Cabin steward was extremely attentive and efficient. Read entire member review >>
Cabin- 10561, inside on the smaller side, brought shower caddy to help hold and organize items. Liked the shower doors versus the curtain to keep water in the shower. Still some junk in room from previous cruisers. Some things were thrown away that were not trash, towels not always replaced when put on floor and soap in sink not replaced last two days of cruise, bag taken out and not put back. Doors thick enough that you don’t hear a lot of the hall noises. About halfway through rooms get a little stale, bring air freshener. We also smelled smoke like someone had lit incense or a fireplace, called front desk, they investigated and found nothing. Maybe residual in the vents from the fire on board the month before. a/c was not so great, controller was hanging off, so maybe broken. Seemed to be plumbing issues a few days; no water pressure and toilets would not flush. Read entire member review >>
The only reason we chose an interior cabin is because this cruise was my mom's treat, and she is on a limited budget. We thought we'd use the money we might have used to upgrade our cabin to do more excursions, pay for our kid's excursions, and enjoy more stuff on board. While I don't like the feeling of being "shut in," this was not a BAD experience. The bed was super soft and comfy, there was plenty of storage for all our "stuff," and there was absolutely great acoustics - we couldn't hear anything from any of the surrounding cabins. We played our music somewhat loudly, and my brother (in the next door cabin) couldn't hear it at all. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside stateroom and I was really pleased with it's size and space. Even though the size of the bathroom was large enough with a nice large sink and plenty of shelves for storage, a shower big enough for two people, the toilet was oddly positioned so that you had to sit side saddle to avoid hurting your knees on the wall. There was plenty of room in the bathroom for drying off and dressing, and décor was very nice. In the bedroom section there was room enough to store our belongings as well as room to dress and get ready in the mornings. The bedding and pillows in the cabin were super comfy, and the cabin was extremely quiet. This made for some great sleeping! Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom was comfortable with two twin beds put together. Size of bedroom and bath were great, with a large amount of storage for clothes etc. Hand soap was supplied in a dispenser next to the sink. There was also a dispenser in the shower that contained shower gel and shampoo. We found the gel to not suds up much at all. No conditioner was provided. There was a pull out line for hanging things in the shower. Lighting was good. AC and heat worked well. Noise was minimal. Beds were wonderful with thick mattress toppers and fluffy pillows. Stewards came in several times a day to insure that the room looked fresh and new every time we returned. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was clean and sufficiently spacious. Our cabin steward (Bay) was incredible. Our room was always prepared and organized...he could not have been more accommodating. Read entire member review >>
The room was very clean. It was small, but well-organized. Once we put our things away, we were able to live quite comfortably for the next 7 days. The bed is a little larger than a standard queen, but smaller than a king. A thin layer of foam and a thick mattress pad made it very comfy. The steward was very attentive, but not intrusive. It was very quiet at all times. Read entire member review >>
Inside starteroom was fine for one person. Several adjacent rooms had 3 large people in them, I noticed that these are the people that I saw at all the ship activities, so the small rooms were a great incentive to get out and get involved with the ship's activities Read entire member review >>
We had booked a guaranteed inside cabin but did not find out until a week before we embarked which one we were assigned. It turned out to be on Deck 11, cabin number 11057. It was a nice cabin but it took a while to get used to the rare sideways set up since every other cabin we have had on cruises was arranged where the foot of the bed faced the entry door. This cabin had the right side of the bed facing the door and was a little cumbersome because the dresser drawers blocked the closet doors when they were opened. We had multiple problems early with the toilet, ranging from no water to overflowing and flooding the bathroom floor. We were surprised to find a complimentary tray of chocolate covered strawberries sitting in our room after one repair job. Read entire member review >>
Small but efficient. Steps to the stairs, then up 1 flight of stair, and you are in the buffet right by the cute little outdoor cafe! Steward Michale was awesome! Some minor noise from chair in the buffet. Read entire member review >>
The inside cabin on deck 10 was quiet comfortable and well planned. Midship, it was convenient to dining, the library, pools and elevators. Size was compact,of course but more than adequate for two adults. Closet space, drawers and shelves were plentiful. The bathroom, shower and shelving perfectly functional for two. The temperature control system worked perfectly and was quiet. Bedding was firm comfotable and attractive. Pricing was substantially less than expected. Read entire member review >>
11077 - great location for pool and buffet area. one flight of stairs up and you are right there, no waiting for elevators until you went to deck 6. quiet also with buffet right above, really did not have any noise issues at all. small rooms compared to royal caribbean Read entire member review >>
Very tight fit for two adults and two teenagers. Well positioned on the boat. The beds are three twins pushed together and one bunk that folds down - not a whole lot of leftover space. Best way to increase space ask to have the small end tables removed - and I always have the mini bar removed. Read entire member review >>
We were on deck 11 and must have been right under the pool area. Around 4pm when the party was going on, we could hear the thumping but not actually the songs. We were across the halls from balcony suites that must have had families in them (strollers outside the halls, kids running town the halls). The room itself was great, the bed was comfy. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin #10607 was a standard interior cabin. I really hate being in a small room with no natural light for a week, but it's the only affordable way for us to cruise. The room was very clean, though I always keep sandals on my feet while I walk around on the carpet. You never know what has been on those carpets. For two people the room was just adequate, with enough closet space for our clothes and shoes, a little vanity area to put on makeup, generous shelves in the bathroom for toiletries, and nightstands with drawers. We always had fresh towels and we got our bedding changed upon request.
We were pleased that the room was well kept during our stay, except for the fact that we never met our room steward. That is until the fateful day when we heard a knock on the door while we were....um...indisposed, and even after we yelled loudly "NO THANK YOU! GO AWAY!", the room steward and his cleaning companion went ahead and opened the door anyway! Yep. That's right. We were exposed to the entire 10th floor hallway. I screamed "GET OUT!" and the look on their faces was pure mortification. They slammed closed the door before they could even stammer an apology. We were so embarrased that we really just wanted to forget about the incident, so we didn't report it. (Can you imagine that conversation with the Concierge desk?!?) Still, we were sort of hoping for a personal apology from the room steward. Alas, we never did meet him - formally speaking. Read entire member review >>
The room it self was pretty small which was to be expected since we chose an inside cabin. We loved all the drawers and compartments that helped us organize our clothes very well. The bathroom was cramped so if you are tall or pleasantly plump you will have to get very creative when using the bathroom. If you like watching TV then please be prepared to be disappointed. They will run the same semi new released movies over and over for the duration of the cruise. Most channels were stuck with no signal and the other 7 or 8 channels had NCL brain washing seminars and infomercials about spa treatments and shore excursions. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was fine. It wasn't very big but that's okay. It was clean. It had one bunk bed that we pulled out from the wall. We could hear the rumble of the ship motor but other it didn't bother us. It kind of lulled me to sleep actually. It was quiet otherwise. It was mid ship which was a good location. Read entire member review >>
With inside cabins you get what you pay for. The bathroom was comparable to other cruise lines. The standard cruise toilet needs a few more inches of leg room but overall it is a useable bathroom. Read entire member review >>
We always get "Inside" cabins because we are only in there to sleep. We stayed in cabin 10565 which was on the 10th floor. On RCL we are usually on the bottom shoveling coal. We liked our cabin a lot. It was small but exactly what we expected. NCL does do a few things better than RCL. They have an in room coffee pot with supplies which we did not partake but I thought it was a nice touch. NCL also gives you a shower door, not a curtain. I hated the RCL shower curtain. It would stick to you and then you felt like you needed another shower. The door was a nice touch. Read entire member review >>
We always get "Inside" cabins because we are only in there to sleep. We stayed in cabin 10565 which was on the 10th floor. On RCL we are usually on the bottom shoveling coal. We liked our cabin alot. It was small but exactly what we expected. NCL does do a few things better than RCL. They have an in room coffee pot with supplies which we did not partake but I thought it was a nice touch. NCL also gives you a shower door, not a curtain. I hated the RCL shower curtain. It would stick to you and then you felt like you needed another shower. The door was a nice touch. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was teeny tiny, but comfortable. We got a great rate but it came with an inside cabin...Didn't spend a lot of time there anyway....10607 was right next to the Crews stairway and there was a lot of running up and down...It didn't hinder sleeping at all, but was disturbing while watching TV...But the price was right.... Read entire member review >>
10081- Cramped for 4 people, only one upper bunk.No room for luggage under bed as that is where trundle bed was. Next to laundry room and we and room 10079 were flooded when pipe burst in laundry Read entire member review >>
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