These 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 up to two more guests. And of course you'll have access to room service and all kinds of other great amenities on board.
We went for the insdide guarantee so am loathed to complain. Just a tip domnt choose cabins in this area. There are corridors running to the side and in front of the cabins for staff/ workmen and the noise of them operating machinery is not good, especially early morn Read entire member review >>
I got a inside cabin on the 9th deck Mid. A prime location to get to everything. Cabin was perfect for myself, 2 people, it would still be comfortable. More than 2 people, pretty tight. The bathroom was nice, with a surprisingly roomy shower for a cruise ship. Nice TV in the cabin. Too small for anything but a very small table and stool, as well as another small stool and table by the closet. Enough closet space for 2 people. Wish I didn't have to lay down on the bed to watch TV, but no real room to do that other than the bed. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was beyond small. It was dark. It was also the only time we have had a problem with the beds staying together. There is also a bed under one bed, which means no storage, and a fold down bed hanging from the wall that makes on side of the room smaller. Read entire member review >>
We had selected two inside cabins (family of 5) as you are only in there to sleep anyway. Square footage was posted when booking so no surprise there. At 6'8" and 350lbs, I could surprisingly have a comfortable shower although the toilet was a challenge. Again, with my size, no surprise there. Our room was always kept clean and turned down in the evening. Our steward was very attentive and tipped accordingly. Read entire member review >>
I travel by myself and only go to the room to sleep and change clothes. The room was fine. Everything worked like it should. It was well lit and clean and fresh. Bathroom was fine and shower was bigger than expected. Shower had normal shower doors instead of just a curtain. I had plenty of drawer storage and hangers in the closet. Mini bar in the room. Ample outlets. Read entire member review >>
Not really meant for 4 people. There are two single beds, a bunk on the wall and a pull out cot under one of the beds. It is very hard to get out of bed to go to the restroom. The bathrooms are better than most cruiselines. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin is just right and plenty of storage space to keep our things organized in a very small space, bed is comfortable as well. We were provided with plenty of clean towels and love all the animal shaped towels made Tu. Water pressure, hot water, shower drain all in good order. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 11115 on Deck 11 .... Being near the Buffet Restaurant (Deck 12) was very convenient however it felt like I was in a submarine with gushing water around me. I realised that I was under the kitchen of The Buffet restaurant, The market Cafe. I felt cheated by been allocated this Cabin. The noise was terrible. Read entire member review >>
My inside cabin was on the 10th level at the rear of the ship, 140sq.feet. It was acceptable, although with the $$$ I paid for this Group Booking, I should have been upgraded to a Balcony, the front desk, along with several representatives told me that they had no rooms available (I was told that the ship would be full with guests coming on board in Berlin). Read entire member review >>
For this cruise we chose an inside cabin for the price. It was the smallest cabin we ever had for a cruise. Despite the size, the bathroom was fine, even having a large shower. Storage was not a problem for two people. Read entire member review >>
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