Mid-Ship Inside
Great for up to four guests, these staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything fun and exciting on board.

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Mid-Ship Inside (IB) Cabin Reviews

Good Overall : Cabin 9579
Sail Date: January 2018
Terrible layout. We almost always select inside cabin since don't spend much time in there but this was very tight, furnishings poor with only seating, the chair, just in the way. Limited drawer space. We'd be careful not to get a ... Read More
Terrible layout. We almost always select inside cabin since don't spend much time in there but this was very tight, furnishings poor with only seating, the chair, just in the way. Limited drawer space. We'd be careful not to get a "convertible" room ever again. Read Less
First time cruising : Cabin 9605
Sail Date: December 2017
Compact but functional. There were four of us in this room so we had to be considerate of each other. Everyone had a drawer and a shelf so if you are organized and you get along well you will fit in this space just fine. It was clean ... Read More
Compact but functional. There were four of us in this room so we had to be considerate of each other. Everyone had a drawer and a shelf so if you are organized and you get along well you will fit in this space just fine. It was clean and the room staff took great care of us. Read Less
Awful NCL Star : Cabin 10071
Sail Date: September 2016
Too small, old and dirty. Read More
Too small, old and dirty. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2016
We booked late and got a good deal on 2 inside cabins. Compared to Royal Caribbean, these inside cabins were much better. Better layout, bathroom with adequate space to shower, etc. On a Baltic cruise you spend so much of your time out of ... Read More
We booked late and got a good deal on 2 inside cabins. Compared to Royal Caribbean, these inside cabins were much better. Better layout, bathroom with adequate space to shower, etc. On a Baltic cruise you spend so much of your time out of your cabin that an inside cabin is fine. HOWEVER, both of these cabins were located under the buffet, where staff was working all night and the loud thumping and crashing of carts made it impossible to sleep. Trust me, I've slept in war zones and this was far worse. We complained and they finally changed us to 2 other cabins, one on the 4th level, which was quiet, the other on the same level but a balcony across the hall. The balcony room wasn't much quieter and frankly, the layout was better in the interior rooms, but by then we were so exhausted that we stayed. So the take away is, don't book a mid-ship room on deck 11, but don't waste money on a balcony room on this particular cruise because you're hardly there except to sleep. Read Less
Worst Cruise Ever!!!!! : Cabin 5075
Sail Date: October 2015
Cabin was as expected, small with some storage, AC worked well and room was very clean. Our cabin steward was very polite and made us feel welcome which wasn't what I received from other services. Room was directly under the restaurant and ... Read More
Cabin was as expected, small with some storage, AC worked well and room was very clean. Our cabin steward was very polite and made us feel welcome which wasn't what I received from other services. Room was directly under the restaurant and heard tables and chairs being slid on floor til around 2:00A.M. Walls was so thin only needed wake up call from next room over, heard it as clear as they could! Read Less
Sail Date: September 2015
Our mid-ship inside cabin on deck 10 was perfectly adequate for us. Enough storage for two women on a 12-day cruise, but I wouldn't put more than two people in this cabin. Read More
Our mid-ship inside cabin on deck 10 was perfectly adequate for us. Enough storage for two women on a 12-day cruise, but I wouldn't put more than two people in this cabin. Read Less

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