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.
The redone cabins were very nice. Although see above where we would sometimes hear banging pipes. The shower was much larger than expected and bigger than the one on the Getaway. There was a lot of storage space and we had extra room even though it was an 11 night cruise. Read entire member review >>
Had everything that we needed. It was clean and in good working order. The steward was fantastic and treated us to occasional special little surprises. We sleep and shower in the cabin and spend the bulk of our time out and about so an inside cabin is a good value. Read entire member review >>
I liked the room. Providing a power strip for all the electronics that people carry would be nice. The ability to turn on or off the announcements in the rooms vs just to hear in the hall would be better. Read entire member review >>
Nice inside room close to the action but still quite. Works well for two people. If announcements are on while tv is on if you hit mute you can heard it though the speakers. Read entire member review >>
We stayed in cabin 9585. Our room was small, but perfectly adequate, with enough closet and drawer space for the two of us. We chose a cabin that was mid-ship on deck 9, as it was near everything. Being mid-ship also helped during times with rough seas (which are rare in Alaska, but we still felt the boat rocking) because the middle of the ship rocks less than the ends. We were really close to all of the amenities and could run back to our room if we forgot anything. The hallways are really long on the ship, and being at either end means you're taking a lot more time to talk back and forth to your stateroom. Our room steward was Norbie, and he was so nice. He learned our names right away, always greeted us, and did a great job. He made us the cutest towel animals. We left him an extra tip (on top of NCL's $12 per person per day service charge) because he was so great. It was an inside room, and though we would have loved a balcony, it wouldn't have been worth doubling the price of our cruise to have that, since there are so many public spaces from which to view everything. Read entire member review >>
We had a mid ship IB category on Deck 9 forward. Cabin was small but we had the steward remove a table and separate the bed which made space more usable and suitcases fit under bed. Storage closet area was well laid out. Washroom was small, if you had a larger frame using the toilet could be a problem. I am only 5'9'' and my knees touched the bathroom door.
Area of ship was quiet! Read entire member review >>
The inside stateroom is small, but nicely decorated. We heard some rumbling noise from either the engine or the service pipe, but I am not sure whether it is only our room specific. The closet space is enough for two adults as long as you don't overpack.
TV is kind of small compared. But since there is not many programs to watch onboard, it doesn't really matter much. Nightstand is too small in my opinion. I had to constantly organized things on top of it so they don't fall off. Read entire member review >>
The cabins are all the same size so the inside cabin for the price is the best value...the views from the tiny balcony are marginal. 9103 is right by an elevator...no noise, quiet and super easy to get to and from....great for embarkation and debarkation... fast easy access. about 180 sq ft... well laid out... fantastic beds....
Great bathrooms huge shower, lots of storage... I am used to Regent penthouses 500 sq ft and loved my little inside cabin. Also liked the dark we could have when it was light out till 10pm Read entire member review >>
This was a fantastic cabin location. While considered an aft, it is just past the midship elevators. Every thing seemed to be either 1 or 2 decks up or down.
A very great location which made navigating around the ship extremely easy.
The cabin sleeps four: Two lower beds, one trundle bed, and one fold down bed. Nice, large bathroom. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 9589 we were near a crew doorway but for the most part the room was very quiet I have no compliants with our room or with our room stewards for the small amount of time we were in our room this was perfect for us there was no real noise and the closet was quite large. Read entire member review >>
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