These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for the whole family 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 up to two more guests. Plus you'll have access to all kinds of amenities, like room service and so much more.
Love the location - close to elevator and not far from the 24/7 pub/eatery on Deck 8. Furniture in need of update. Ample room for luggage for two, but not that plenty of open shelve or table to spread out a travel mess.
One of the sockets on makeup table was UK/Singapore/Hong Kong three-pin. The sole European continental two-pin socket outside toilet was behind TV. Bathroom is large. Bow TV camera and the navigation info channel were technologies from the 90s. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin right by the elevator and stairs. Most of the time this was great! But after the White Hot Party some guest were singing and dancing very loudly down the stairs. Our cabin attendant was a joy! Any maintenance issues were taken care of promptly. Read entire member review >>
I was impressed how the small space of the inner cabins were designed. The area above the shelf in the closet was the perfect size for our two suitcases. The deep shelf above the safe was perfect for our two large tote bags and my handbags. I packed a lot of clothes for my husband and myself and between the shelves inside the closet and the drawers, I still had a place for everything and it was easy to keep the room neat and organized. The two beds were placed side by side and the space between the beds and the walls was just enough to get up and walk. There were even little end tables on both sides of the bed for our books, etc. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin - 9223. The cabin itself was pretty average. It was always kept extremely clean. Rod, our steward, did a wonderful job and everytime we saw him he would call us by name and have a nice comment. The location was wonderful. We could walk down 2 floors to the Spinnaker, Stardust, Red Lion or the Atrium and shops or up 3 floors to the Market Cafe and access to the upper outside decks, pool, and hot tub. We didn't hear any noise from anything. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin #8651 was a J category, inside cabin. There were 3 of us in there. The DH, DS (13) and myself. While it was small we were comfortable the few times at night and in the morings when we were all in there together. The beds were very comfortable and we loved the upgraded linens, especially the European-sized pillow we got in addition to the regular-sized one. The temperature controls were easy to use and we were very comofortable throughout the entire cruise. The one big drawback was that the walls were very, very thin, and unfortunately we were right next to some young men that were very, loud, rude and vulgar! I heard the "F" word at least a dozen times a day. I'm not a prude, but enough is enough. When I asked them to please quiet down a bit and not use the "F" word too much they cussed me out really bad! They were just trashy people. We decided not to let them ruin our cruise and they didn't. We had a great time. We would definitely book an inside room again on NCL. Read entire member review >>
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