cabin was lovely - we chose an interior stateroom as we don't spend much time in our cabin. It was well appointed with ample storage space and our room steward was excellent. Would have been nice to have a mini-fridge to keep drinks cool, but otherwise it was excellent. Also a little disappointed there were no toiletries provided other than soap, but this was a minor detail. Read entire member review >>
Chosen for ease of access between pool deck and central decks (including Diamond Lounge!).
Layout was different to usual cabin layout with entrance door at the side but it worked very well and seemed to give more space.
Things like plug sockets were well worn such that heavier adaptors etc sagged without support.
Bathroom has shower curtain as do all the ships until you get to Voyager class.
Very quiet at night and of course very dark for a good night's sleep. Read entire member review >>
Good, everything that we needed, especially the best housekeeping attendant I have ever met. Uday really helped with our first cruise with advice that was greatly appreciated!!
I will choose a balcony in future, budget didnt allow this time. Read entire member review >>
Basic interior cabin, with the bed is oriented stem to stern, rather than side to side, but we never felt any appreciable movement. Due to the awkward furniture layout it was extremely difficult to get to one side of the bed. The bed was comfortable and there were a variety of pillows - soft, hard, etc, so we each found one we liked.
The bathroom was small as expected, but there was very little storage space. The only amenities provided were tissues and (shower)soap in a built in dispenser.
Our cabin steward did an excellent job, was always friendly, and was never in our way. Almost every crew member we dealt with was friendly and helpful.
We chose our cabin based on location and were satisfied - we had no noise from above or below, and the hallway doors blocked any noise from the Centrum at night. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small, with twin beds and bunk beds. very limited on dresser draws for clothing. The bath room was small but the shower was even smaller. The room was clean and steward was very helpful. Very attentive on our needs. Read entire member review >>
To be honest I was taken back by the size and quaintness of our interior state room. But after the first day it became quite pleasant and actually belightful due to our humorous and exemplary room attendant (Freddy). At 6' 2" 240lbs I became quite friendly with the shower curtain in the 2'x3' shower. But like most things in life it's what you make of it that becomes your ability to enjoy life in general and that we did. For two adults these rooms are more than adequate, we had our 18 year old daughter along and faired just fine once we figured out the extra beds extend down from the ceiling. We're a close family but not close enough for three in a bed. Overall, room size never seemed to matter with the array of things to do and see while aboard the "Rhapsody" Read entire member review >>
Small but fine for us. King bed. Plenty of space for clothing. No couch which we have had in the past. Kids were in a triple where bunk comes from ceiling. Would prefer a shower door instead of curtain. We don't go because the cabin is supposed to be luxurious. Read entire member review >>
Had booked an interior room at a really good price for a 7 night cruise. Figured I’d keep an eye on pricing and get something better if it enticed me. Unfortunately the price kept rising and rising. Oh well, Cabin 7613 it is! We’ve always had some type of window or balcony before, so this was a first. The room itself wasn’t too small. It was cozy. We slept really well for sure though, with no light coming in. Ample storage space with a large closet and a smaller stand up closet, as well as a decent amount of drawers. A few things needed to be addressed though. The phone has clearly been replaced with one that shouldn’t be where it is on the wall. If it’s on the wall, it blocks the closet from opening completely, as one of the mirrored cabinets from opening at all. There was also an issue with the bathroom door latch being stuck inside, so the first night the door kept opening and closing slightly loud. I ended up fixing it myself with a nail clipper, MacGyver style! The walls were a little thin, and we could hear music from the Centrum. It wasn’t too loud though, but keep it in mind if you sleep light. We had an issue with them doing repairs at 7:30 in the morning on Day 4. Loud banging and sawing. I saw a worker in the hall, and he said they be quiet on the hammering. Then they started on the saw, and it was over. I stopped by Guest Services and mentioned it to them, which I have never done before. They were very apologetic and immediately called maintenance to cut it out. For me it was too late, as I was already awake and dressed, but I hope I helped someone else. I said maybe wait till 8:30-9am for that kind of work. Read entire member review >>
Would like the bed positioned opposite way .. Reason.. If water is choppy/ or rolling the side to side roll can create motion sickness ... Head to feet roll doesn't! .... Skip those space taking night stands and skip that couch and small table worthless pieces ..miss the frig ;( bad decission to remove ... Storage was ample for 7 days .. Closet doors could open more for better viewing .... Read entire member review >>
This cabin is mid ship on the fourth floor. This is a good location with little motion and generally very quiet (except one can hear staff walking on the outside deck, but mostly only during evenings).
The heating/cooling is a bit difficult to regulate. There is a very small range on the thermostat to regulate the temperature. Lots and lots of closets and drawers. Flat TV works good. Only one US electric plug, and it was a bit loose. Suggest you bring a tape to fix your charger to the socket. Shower is tops. Hot, powerfull and steady. Bring your own soap and shampoo if you need something better than the made in China (low or no foam) stuff. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was very clean. Your standard interior stateroom. We usually stay in an interior stateroom as we are not in our room much. We had more than enough closet and drawer space. There were also enough hangers. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7153 supposedly a Large Interior... was located at the extreme back ...and was shocking...never opt for this cabin position...all day and night there was movement like someone was pushing the bedhead back and forward because of the engine vibrating mercilessly 7 floors below us .Noise from Deck 4 in the main conservatory area was unbelievable at night...up until 11pm due to the base players reverberation. Boom Boom Boom..I can only think it would have been 10 times worse if we were in the middle position closer to it. So I guess on this boat you cant win. Read entire member review >>
Cabin felt smaller than previous cruises. We had a cot in the room and they positioned it right in the main floor space. We moved the lounge next to the bed and we could then fit the cot under the TV which then allowed us to be able to walk between the beds and cupboards, bathroom. The bathroom was pretty small. The shower cubicle was the tiniest I have ever experienced, but it was always hot and had enough pressure to do its job. If you spend most of your time out of the cabin and use it mainly for a rest or the nightly sleep it wont be to much of a problem. It can get a little congested when everyone is trying to get ready to go out. Read entire member review >>
2621 small but compact inside cabin.we were fine with the cabin for the price.We took everything we needed and stayed out all day.
The ship creaks a bit at night.The bed is comfy and I didn't hear any noise from outside or next door cabins Read entire member review >>
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