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.
Cabin: We were assigned to 5569, which we discovered at 2:00-2:30 a.m. is under Indigo. They were moving carts or furniture. I called, and someone asked them to be quiet. Then it went on 2 more nights. I called Guest Services and was advised we could move to a different room. We packed and moved to the same room toward the front of the ship.
New formation of room: leaves around 12" on the side of the bed which runs into a desk, so you have to climb over at the end. Other side of the bed has a dropdown bed. Beds are high enough to store large suitcases. Plenty of plugs and a good hair dryer. Read entire member review >>
Unbeknownst to us, our stateroom (small interior room) was directly below a stage where a band, and its loud bass thumped and music played until close to midnight. After a long day of traveling to get to the ship, it was miserable trying to get some sleep. The carpet had several white and black stains – it was filthy; good thing I took my slippers as I did not want to touch it at all. On top of that, the safe would not work so there was no way to store things securely. Not sure if all refrigerators were stocked with drinks in all rooms (our neighbors’ was), but ours was not. No big deal there though. We went to the concierge the next morning about the music problem and carpet but was told there were no other rooms and that they would let the entertainment people know. The music was not as loud the rest of the trip, but a new room would have made a difference for us. Read entire member review >>
Small but reasonable. Clean room, cool towel animals. The only thing I would caution is the bed skirts don't seem to be removable or easily cleaned so steer clear of those because ours had a little yuck on it from previous tenants. Great room steward though! Thanks Angelo! Read entire member review >>
Room was like most "inners," small, efficient. 5069 is a great location. Close to near everything. Shower was a bit more spacious than most. Room Steward was disappointing. Read entire member review >>
It was small, but well appointed. Space enough for all of our things, plus some. Large comfortable bed, large wardrobe/closet. Small refridgerator that we put our own drinks in (bought pop ashore). Small, but efficient bathroom.
Only noise complaint was when docking in port. Our level was where the gangway was, so when they were getting that out, we heard some noise. The cabin was midship so easy access to everything. Also located below the Casino, (closed during the day) so that made it pretty quiet too. Read entire member review >>
Very small. I could not even walk on the one side of the bed because it was so tight with the 'closed' bunkbed there. Twice I hit my head HARD on the edge of the bunkbed when I stood up quickly. I think I gave my self a concussion! The bathroom was modern and very nice. Read entire member review >>
Handicap Accessible cabin # 4604 was spacious for an inside cabin, had just three cabins on the short hallway and was very quiet. Just steps from the elevators and stairs and many times deck 4 is used at ports so it was an easy hop on and off. Lots of storage and a great size desk with mirror and three outlets. Bathroom was large with a shower open to the rest of bathroom. It had a built in drop shower seat and hand rails all around. Toilet had hand rails also and the sink had a mirror you could adjust with a cord so you could tilt if you were in a wheelchair. Lots of lighting and plenty of outlets. Read entire member review >>
Pretty typical in size
Beds HARD, Esp. bunk bed
No laundry bag/laundry list in room
TV remote quit
No hair conditioner
No hand lotion
Room had laundry behind it: Heard machines kick in at night when sleeping
Smelled cigarette smoke in bathroom
Carnival had better ventilation Read entire member review >>
4604 handicapped room, next to medical center. No other cabin on one side and only 2 other cabins on small corridor.Very quiet. Lots of storage and closet space. Elevators and stairs very close. Often disembark from that deck making it quite convenient. Read entire member review >>
cabins are about the same as the other ships. We have 4 passengers in our roomm, and instead of having the two on top, we had one of the bed in between the two and then one on top. I thought that was not as good because if anyone had to get out of the bed is difficult. Read entire member review >>
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