Located on Decks 4, 6, 7 and 8, these 160-square-foot staterooms have spacious accommodations. Comfortable furnishings and warm woods combine to make the stateroom your own private retreat. Each offers a comfortable sitting area and plenty of storage space. Your choice of queen bed or two twins.
Small cabin and windowless however it is perfectly adequate for sleeping and in fact we had slept very well as it was midship so we felt little movement. There were however a number of children on this cruise unlike other Oceania cruises and they cried and screamed in the room next door and behind. I think the parents were in the adjacent Penthouse suites and their young children were in the inside stateroom so for that reason we were annoyed as all we could hear was the sounds of nursery. We don't expect young children on Oceania cruises! Read entire member review >>
Smallish but certainly adequate. Kept clean and neat; really all we care about. At least it's very dark at night!! Used the TV to "see" a preview of what was outside, or popped down to 5 to go outside. Read entire member review >>
Completely black at night - we slept really well. It was also very quiet and well air-conditioned.
The cabin is well designed so that we could easily unpack all our clothes for the 10 days and put our suitcases under the bed.
I was concerned that the Laundrette was behind our cabin on the plan, but we couldn't hear any noise and it proved very handy to iron. Read entire member review >>
Our inside stateroom with no portholes was fine for a trip where interport travel took place overnight. There was nothing to see. And it was big. We loved it. Spent most of our waking hours on deck anyway. Read entire member review >>
Small - 150 sq. feet. Everything in it's place so have to be super organized to not be tripping over everything. We don't spend much time in the cabin so it was good enough. Inside cabins are great for sleeping they are so dark but dry because of the air conditioned air. Read entire member review >>
The Cabin: We were located in cabin 4035, an inside cabin. The cabin was of nice size (200 square feet plus 48 square foot bathroom). There is a large desk with two 110-volt outlets and lots of storage in the sitting area as well as a small table and one chair. We asked for an extra straight back chair and did receive one. Each cabin offers a safe that can be programmed for the passenger's use and a television with several channels going 24 hours per day. There was an unfortunate event on Thanksgiving. TV reception was blocked by two adjacent, larger cruise ships. No football until we left port.
The bathroom was quite comfortable. Full bathroom amenities are offered such as shampoo, conditioner, bath and shower gel and body lotion. There is a hair dryer in every bathroom but it is not the highest quality. Hot and cold water controls are excellent and there is ample storage for all toiletries and cosmetics between storage in the bathroom and at the desk in the sitting area. Closet space is ample for two people on a longer cruise and most luggage will fit under the bed making for additional storage if it is needed. All in all, the cabins are very enjoyable. Read entire member review >>
Good storage. Great bedside lighting. Small but serviceable shower. Good storage in bathroom. Some noise at times from pool deck above, cabin is Deck 8 forward.
Would try an upgrade next time over this inside. Read entire member review >>
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