I saw a post before we went about the 'tiny' cabins, and the need for over the door hanging storage for the bathroom, and extension cords. Well, the bathroom in our inside stateroom was fine; there is a corner medicine cabinet ... Read More
I saw a post before we went about the 'tiny' cabins, and the need for over the door hanging storage for the bathroom, and extension cords. Well, the bathroom in our inside stateroom was fine; there is a corner medicine cabinet with ample storage, and a decent countertop. Yes, it's small, but bigger than an RV. If a passenger is 300 pounds, they'll have trouble (get a handicapped room...they're huge!).
Extension cords are critical if you have a CPAP machine that you need to use at the bed. There are 2 outlets with 2 plug-ins each, one on each side at the shelf area between the foot of the bed and the door. No USB ports. The heavy hair dryer is outside of the bathroom. Nice little nightstands between the bed and the walls, with a shelf underneath.
My dad felt too claustrophobic in our room, probably because there are no windows. 10527 has one bunk; I pulled it down to see how that would impact the room. The person under it on the bed could sleep on his/her side, but not sit up. Some rooms have two bunks...I can't imagine how that would work, unless the underneath bed were twins. Perhaps the twins are lower, so there's more room between the upper and lower beds? THAT would be claustrophobic.
We felt that the cost savings was worth it, but ALSO very much enjoyed the balcony that my parents had. The view from the pool areas just wasn't the same, and they were crowded.
Our steward "G," was AMAZING, and helped to redeem the onboard experience. I'd hire him in a heartbeat for ANY job. Read Less