Extremely small, less than a foot on each side of the bed. There was a projection on the refrigerator side of the cabin that was dangerous when getting out of bed and trying to get into the room proper. The refrigerator had no shelves (taken out to accommodate the giant water bottles for sale). The bathroom was adequate. Really the room was fairly typical, but small. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was small but functional. My only complaint (besides being extremely small) was that there was no outlet by the bed for my CPAP machine. I had to unplug the TV and use that outlet. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was not in great shape. We were two able-bodied persons...and so having a wheelchair accessible room just meant lots of extra space. However, the ceiling molding was falling down and the carpet was coming off the sides. The tiles in the bathroom were cracked, the sink was cracked, the shower walls were discolored. The toilet really only flushed when it felt like it. Our room steward was very very nice and definitely cleaned, but was not very thorough...and she had long black hair, so that ended up everywhere. It was a 4 day cruise, so the conditions were liveable. We had to call about plumbing issues and about water issues...which were resolved, but still, we had to call a few different times for different things. Read entire member review >>
NOT the worst cabin, but among the smallest at 121 sq. ft. Barely enough for a solo traveler, yet alone two normal-size adults. Had to stick my foot out of the shower to clean between my toes. Stand straight or you'll miss spraying some part of you. Sufficient storage, electrical outlets, decent flat-screen TV and mini-bar. Functioning safe and excellent ice bucket. Read entire member review >>
I had planned on sharing with NO ONE, but...121 sq. ft. is small by any measure. Have to stand up straight in the shower. Otherwise it's fine for a couple of days, enough storage, a functional safe, mini-bar and plenty of hangars. Hot is hot and cold is lukewarm. It was at the end of a line, no neighbors banging on walls. Quiet! Read entire member review >>
We did a guarantee inside room and we were blessed to get 0120. It was on the tenth deck and right in the middle. We were next door to the pool equipment, but never heard anything from that side of the room. On the other side was a space and then another room. We were one deck below the pool, so it was easy to walk up the stairs to the buffet or the elevator to get to the atrium bar. We were very happy with our room.
Our attendant was amazing! He introduced himself right away and I asked him to make sure that the ice bucket stayed full of ice. It was always full of ice. Read entire member review >>
when i read former reviews i was worried as i have sleep issues, but was pleasantly surprised that i heard little if i left my tv on low enough to create white noise.
im a tidy up person traveling alone and my cabin steward kept me with fresh towels and ice every day which always pleases me. my 1st time in a inside cabin or a 3 day cruise on NCL and this room was a pleasant surprise. Read entire member review >>
We were assigned this stateroom as a guaranteed inside. Everything worked properly in the room but it was very cramped for us. We have an RV with a larger bedroom then this room provided! The bathroom was typical of a cruise ship of this age. Bring an alarm clock, the room didn't provide one and with no window it was difficult to know what time it was in the morning! We had fantastic time and didn't spend much time in the room, however we will never book an inside room in this category again. Read entire member review >>
The room desperately needs upgraded. The lampshades were all cut to shreds; the couch was falling apart; the AC vent was falling off the wall. All of that we ignored. The one thing I immediately went to guest services about was that the bathroom reeked of urine. They did clean it again and it was fine! The only other issue we had with our room/attendant was that they forgot to provide us towels on Thursday. I wanted to shower went we got back from Key West - I called twice and still no towels - I eventually used a pool towel. My husband tracked down our steward in their pantry space and asked him to bring towels immediately and explained how we had waited for almost 3 hours. Read entire member review >>
Comfy beds, average sized bathroom. Only 2 outlets, not located well. When you shower, the water leaves the shower and goes into the bathroom, but the housekeeper always gave us extra towels to dry it off. Overall- room was fine. We were only in it to sleep so it didn't bother us too much. Read entire member review >>
It was cute and cozy and was perfect for a SOLO traveler on a short cruise or maybe even a longer one for that matter. I was pleased with everything and comfortable. The bed was quite comfortable and I slept like a baby. Read entire member review >>
This room was very nice. Neatly kept and roomy. It was on casino level, but you don't hear any noise inside the cabin. The shower was a bit small, but sufficient enough to get yourself clean. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very tiny to say the least. I know you don't spend much time in the cabin except to sleep and shower, but there isn't even enough room to move around to the other side of our bed. The closets had a small safe and about 8 hangars. There was no small dresser or drawers to store clothes such as underwear, t-shirts, or shorts. The ship really shows its age in wear and tear apparent in the cabins. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was good except for the bath. The size is good but the shower it's awful. Almost all Water gets out of the square and The tube it's Not working Well that it fell down on my head once. Read entire member review >>
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