Norwegian Spirit Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for you to cruise. With room for up to four, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more.
Stayed in inside cabin for the first as before we always had a balcony cabin. For basic use this was ok but wouldn,t compare with a balcony. The bathroom was roomy if not a little dated but overall the cabin was very reasonable wit plenty of storage area. Read entire member review >>
inside cabin very adequate giving 3 stars only because we experienced toilet issues that even though were resolved it took 4 days to completely fix. Loved the large shower that is not seen in most cabins Beds were very comfortable. Cabin was very very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Clean but dated
Fridge not fitted correctly but well stocked. The trouble was the prices- 5 and a half dollars for a bottle of water!
Towels changed regularly and staff the dealt with the cabins were lovely. Read entire member review >>
I really messed up in the cabin selection. I got focused on a higher floor and missed the fact that we we below the pound that does dancing every night and karaoke some nights. Also, there's some sort of luggage handling station above or next to us. Do yourself a favor and don't book this room unless you're a late night person. Read entire member review >>
We didn't have hot water for 2.5 days. At first we thought it was a one time thing. The third day my husband's shower turned cold.
We also had black dirt on our bed and had to call to get the air vent cleaned. That took 2 hours after multiple times being told a repair person was on the way. Read entire member review >>
Good roomy shower area, quiet cabin on deck 9. Comfortable bed. TV sound not too clear. Captains announcements not clear, when Staff Captain gave announcements these were perfectly clear. Read entire member review >>
Quite small - third bed folds away but limits space around double bed. No tea/coffee making facilities in inside cabins. Beds comfortable. Bathroom plenty large enough powerful shower with lots of hot water. No problems till last night. Cabin 10523 is next to the service area and the luggage porterage were very noisy. Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin 8501 was a nice roomy cabin with plenty of drawers and closet space. However, it is directly above the casino lounge area where several late night events are held. VERY NOISY CABIN late at night for those wanting a little bit of sleep before they hit the next port early in the morning. Read entire member review >>
We had the basic inside cabin. It was clean and in very good working order. The space was smaller then we find on most ships. The bath was larger then most and nice. The bed was hard for my taste and the pillows poor. Our room was 10517. Read entire member review >>
The inside cabins are small with little storage. The room steward was very poor as they would forget to leave wash cloths, towels, soap and shampoo. It would be afternoon before they ever showed up and we never did get to meet them. Read entire member review >>
Room was always kept clean, bathroom was rather spacious.. we were expecting alot smaller. Towel animals left on our bed at night. Good location, close to stairs... but constantly heard room steward opening and closing his storage room... Very loud, and very annoying. Read entire member review >>
near the front on the 8th deck is not the ideal place to be, bring some earplugs. First you are over the casino so at times you can hear people screaming when they win. We had rough seas on the 1st and last day and the middle of the ship is the better place to be then. When we stopped in Belize they dropped anchor and you can hear it clearly in the front ---clank, clank, clank....
The one plus about our location is that it gets very little traffic and isn't near stairs or a common area. Read entire member review >>
Room 8005. The inside stateroom at the front of the ship was very roomy, as was the bathroom. There was a ton of storage in the closet, with little nooks to organize. I have no complaints about the room itself. However if you aren't the type that parties all night this room was horrible. I usually went to bed around 1030-1130 and I would hear the music and sirens from the bar which was on the other side of the ship and down a level. It was so loud and clear I could sing along. After that bar was closed down you would hear the casino for the rest of the night. Read entire member review >>
We always like the inside cabins because it is dark and cold at night. We don't spend tons of time in the cabin. This one was aft and very rough at night. The beds were comfortable. The pillow were nice. The TV was about 10" and very difficult to see. The bathroom was normal size with good hot water. The hair dryer worked well. The shampoo and soap dispenser spent more time on the floor than it did on the wall. The towels were average. The space was sufficient. The lighting was great. The safe worked well. Read entire member review >>
Our first time to try an inside cabin!! probably not again, no refrigerator and too dark for us. The other mistake we made was the location, the 9th deck was good, but we were to far forward for my wife's liking. Storage was adequate, and the shower was very spacious.
It was quiet overall so pretty good for the price we paid.
Cabin # 9021 Read entire member review >>
The Room: We were in cabin 9025, an interior category JJ, forward starboard. The room was amply sized and we never once felt crowded. It was very clean...until my sister fully settled in LOL. There were plenty of drawers for our things, and about 15 hangers in the closet. We had a small coffeemaker with coffee/tea provided. The bathroom was stocked with shampoo, body wash, hand soap, and lotion. Throughout our stay, we never once met our steward but he kept our room clean and we had no complaints (or requests). We had never stayed in the same place for an entire week, so we found it nice that we could unpack everything and get "settled" instead of living out of a suitcase. We had the opportunity to check out a friend's balcony room and were a little unimpressed given the extra cost. Unless I was cruising somewhere very scenic, such as Alaska, I wouldn't splurge. It made us feel a little bit better about saving our money. Read entire member review >>
Adequate for two-I can't imagine having four people! Nice shower. Although forward, was close but not too close to elevator. Had to walk a bit to some areas but the excercise was a plus after over indulging.
Relatively quiet-no issues.Beds were Ok but very firm. Read entire member review >>
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