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Interior (IF) Cabin Reviews

Backing onto the laundry, which I never heard. The cabin isn’t big, but I wasn’t in the cabin very often. Plenty of storage and drawer space.
Backing onto the laundry, which I never heard. The cabin isn’t big, but I wasn’t in the cabin very often. Plenty of storage and drawer space. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Just for relaxation. : Cabin D308
We have used Suites, balcony, outside, and inside cabin categories. The cheapest cabins provide the best value because the food, entertainment and service are the same.for all. Cabins generally are too small for double beds. There is not ... Read More
We have used Suites, balcony, outside, and inside cabin categories. The cheapest cabins provide the best value because the food, entertainment and service are the same.for all. Cabins generally are too small for double beds. There is not enough space at the sides for this configuration, The separate single bed configuration which leaves all the space between the beds is the better solution. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
Coming Home : Cabin A716
Great inside cabin at the back of the ship which gave us direct access to the aft deck which was a great quiet spot to sit and watch the world go by. We had two rough days on our trip and I was surprised that there was a lot more movement ... Read More
Great inside cabin at the back of the ship which gave us direct access to the aft deck which was a great quiet spot to sit and watch the world go by. We had two rough days on our trip and I was surprised that there was a lot more movement at the rear of the ship so if sea sickness is an issue maybe you should not book a cabin this far aft. I just took a sea sick pill on the last day and I was ok. Read Less
Sail Date December 2015
We deliberately chose an inside cabin, mainly because we are hardly ever in the stateroom, only using it for sleeping, changing and showering. But organization is a must. Having a place for everything, and keeping everything in its ... Read More
We deliberately chose an inside cabin, mainly because we are hardly ever in the stateroom, only using it for sleeping, changing and showering. But organization is a must. Having a place for everything, and keeping everything in its place, is a definite necessity. On embarkation and meeting our steward for the first time, we set out requests for dressing gowns; an ice bucket every night; extra coat hangers, and an extra chair as the stateroom only has one. This cruise we purchased a foam mattress overlay that we packed and took with us, as the mattresses on the ship are either rock hard, or very worn and dip in the middle. We also take our own pillows for much the same reason, and we were very glad we did, because the pillows in our stateroom were sadly lacking in substance. The room was always left clean and tidy, towels always changed each morning, and beach towels were replaced whenever they were used, sometimes several times during the day. Shampoo, soap, skin lotion & body wash (excellent for hand washing clothes) were replaced daily. Laundry bags for sending dirty clothes to go to the ships laundry service were sadly lacking, many times we were having to chase the room steward to get new bags. It’s not rocket science for a room steward to replace a laundry bag when they take a full one away. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015

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