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.
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 entire member review >>
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 entire member review >>
Plenty of room for two but a tight squeeze for four (cabin offers a bunk and a trundle in addition to the main beds). Bathroom is adequate. There is a small table, a chair, a stool, drawers, and a closet. No coffee pot but there is a refrigerator. Location was close to the internet cafe and elevators but noise is not a problem. Read entire member review >>
This cabin had plenty of room for two people and storage. I was happy with the shower with a door instead of a curtain. We brought an extension cord because previous reviews indicated just one plug. The location was easy to get to and quiet. We rarely saw the steward but the room was always properly made up. Read entire member review >>
excellent location - easy to get to stardust theaater and casino. short little walk to get to the atrium - try going through the internet cafe to get down stairs. Quite location. Gentle hum helped you sleep at night. Read entire member review >>
- Small small small... cramped for 2 adults
- only 1 electrical outlet, bring an extension cord if you use a CPAP machine
- some luggage will not fit under the bed (our hardside luggage was too high)
- old CRD-type TV
- not enough closet or dressed space for 2 adults
- the way the toilet is angled, cruisers with inseams of 32" or more may not be able to sit comfortably
- there is a liquid soap dispenser at the bathroom sink, and dispensers in the shower for body wash and shampoo
- if you like it dark, you'll love it at night. If you want a little bit of light so you don't trip on the way to the bathroom at night, better bring a nightlight
- relatively quiet, never heard anyone upstairs
- good mid-ship location, close enough to elevators Read entire member review >>
We had a mid ship inside cabin 9593. Unfortunately it was next to a crew storeroom and was noisy each morning. Avoid this or bring earplugs. Aside from this, the room was comfortable, had plenty of storage, and was well appointed. Read entire member review >>
Inside Cabin - Mid ship, very quiet location. Close to the Blue Lagoon and Grand Atrium. Lots of closet space. Table was in the way for the ladder to the bunk bed so made it difficult for my daughter to climb up. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: worn out mattresses; old and sick tv; heating/cooling good; bathroom
needed more thorough cleaning which the boys did when asked. noisy from lounge below in the evening. Read entire member review >>
We had an inside cabin on the 8th deck not far off the atrium which was on the 7th deck. The room was tiny, with two twin beds that we had to push together when we first got there, a writing desk/vanity with a good hair dryer, a small fridge so full of expensive liquor, sodas, and snacks we only had room to put a couple of sodas in, and a small safe. There was plenty of storage for our clothes. The room was still plenty large enough for the 2 of us.
The bathroom had the commode on one side, sink and mirror in the middle and a good sized shower with sliding glass door on the other side. Hand soap, shampoo, and shower gel were all in wall-mounted pump containers and worked very well. While we brought conditioner, my wife never used it.
We had a small tv set that got mostly ship entertainment and information channels, with a couple of external channels that came and went, and a web-cam channel over the bow of the ship that we left on most of the time. The stewards kept our room up nicely, but the little towel animals definitely was not the same quality as we were used to on Carnival. We got towel animals 3 days. One was a cute elephant with two eyes, the next was a cute elephant with one eye, and the last animal was a mystery. Read entire member review >>
Basic NCL interior room. Nice bathroom/closet layout. Table restricts access to one side of bed (twins combined) -- need to climb from foot of bed. Carnival has larger rooms, but overall we still prefer NCL for freestyle. Read entire member review >>
Quiet inside cabin with 2 beds and a pulldown bunk. Plenty closet and drawer space. Very tight area where the bathroom door and closet is. If someone is standing infront of the closet s/he can be slammed by the bathroom door when it opens. Read entire member review >>
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