Standard Inside
Interactive TV with multi-language film and music channels; Refrigerator; Hair dryer; Safe; Direct-dial telephone; Data port outlet; Daily shipboard newspaper; Bathrobe & slippers; 220V British 3-pin and 110V 2-pin sockets; 24-hour room service; Nightly turndown service with pillow chocolates

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Standard Inside (IF) Cabin Reviews

Transatlantic Solo : Cabin 11
I booked a standard inside cabin, mid-forward on deck 11 as this was near to the observation deck. The cabin was more spacious than I expected and the bed was super comfortable. Daily service was excellent and I was happy to tip my steward ... Read More
I booked a standard inside cabin, mid-forward on deck 11 as this was near to the observation deck. The cabin was more spacious than I expected and the bed was super comfortable. Daily service was excellent and I was happy to tip my steward $50 for the week. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
If you have a disability like me wearing an Air-Cast Boot and partly blind with a white cane the staff will not help you at all. The Cabin was wonderful and the cabin boy was fantastic who made sure everything was done.
If you have a disability like me wearing an Air-Cast Boot and partly blind with a white cane the staff will not help you at all. The Cabin was wonderful and the cabin boy was fantastic who made sure everything was done. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
THE TIME OF MY LIFE : Cabin 4024
I booked a standard inside as outside view cabins were sold out, but quite satisfied as the cabin was comfortable and contained everything I needed. The steward (Henry) cleaned and provided fresh towels twice a day.
I booked a standard inside as outside view cabins were sold out, but quite satisfied as the cabin was comfortable and contained everything I needed. The steward (Henry) cleaned and provided fresh towels twice a day. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Cabin 10107 is an inside cabin on deck 10. It is a cosy little spot situated in a quiet cul-de-sac off the main corridor. The walls are a light colour and the wardrobes and closets finished in a pale wood. There is plenty of storage space, ... Read More
Cabin 10107 is an inside cabin on deck 10. It is a cosy little spot situated in a quiet cul-de-sac off the main corridor. The walls are a light colour and the wardrobes and closets finished in a pale wood. There is plenty of storage space, and abundant lights. The beds were extremely comfortable with plenty of pillows and thick, luxurious duvets. Robes and slippers are provided, and there was a bottle of champagne chilling in an ice-bucket on the table! Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
We chose an inside cabin based on the fact that crossing the Atlantic there would be little to see but sea. I would however on hindsight have had a balcony for the fresh air aspect although we spend little time in the cabin on the whole. ... Read More
We chose an inside cabin based on the fact that crossing the Atlantic there would be little to see but sea. I would however on hindsight have had a balcony for the fresh air aspect although we spend little time in the cabin on the whole. The cabin was roomy enough although it had been kitted out for disabled and the shower was restrictive because of the disabled seat and bar. The steward kept it very clean and products were of a high standard with shower gel, shampoo conditioner, body lotion and even cotton balls and cotton buds provided. We received a half bottle of champagne in the cabin on arrival which was a nice start to the cruise Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
Meh
Clean, well kept- no issues with the accommodations - got what was advertised and it was fine
Clean, well kept- no issues with the accommodations - got what was advertised and it was fine Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
This cabin was small, but adequate. It might be a bit small for two people, but as a solo traveler, it was perfectly fine. I would have liked a bit more storage space, especially drawers. I experienced Deck 13 as rather inconvenient. ... Read More
This cabin was small, but adequate. It might be a bit small for two people, but as a solo traveler, it was perfectly fine. I would have liked a bit more storage space, especially drawers. I experienced Deck 13 as rather inconvenient. It is at the forward end of the ship, and only one bank of elevators goes there. If you forget something and need to return to your cabin, it is a good 5-7 minute walk from the Brittania Restaurant or the Queens Room. Read Less
Sail Date December 2016

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