Large Interior Stateroom
The Standard Inside Staterooms have lower beds which are convertible to one queen-size bed. Private bath with shower. A minimum category with maximum comforts.

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Large Interior Stateroom (K) Cabin Reviews

One of two oversized interior cabins on either side of the stairwell. Great cabin attendants, a wonderful mattress for sleeping, and nice an cool.
One of two oversized interior cabins on either side of the stairwell. Great cabin attendants, a wonderful mattress for sleeping, and nice an cool. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
Wonderful ship! : Cabin 668
We had inside cabin 668 located on the Main deck. Everything worked as expected - perfectly with no issues. Our room steward was great and very efficient. Only complaint would be the walls creaked a bit. No issue during the day but ... Read More
We had inside cabin 668 located on the Main deck. Everything worked as expected - perfectly with no issues. Our room steward was great and very efficient. Only complaint would be the walls creaked a bit. No issue during the day but used ear plugs at night (we are very light sleepers). Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
Bermuda Short! : Cabin 549
We booked an inside cabin on the Main Deck (5). Cabin 549 is situated very near the forward elevators and two decks below the Showroom at Sea, but we never experienced any disturbance from rehearsals nor from other passengers. However, we ... Read More
We booked an inside cabin on the Main Deck (5). Cabin 549 is situated very near the forward elevators and two decks below the Showroom at Sea, but we never experienced any disturbance from rehearsals nor from other passengers. However, we did experience a great deal of early morning noise as the crew prepared for their work days. As frequent sailors we realise that a ship runs 24 hours a day, and her crew have duties to perform, but the 6:00 a.m. series of thumps, bangs and crashes was an unwelcome intrusion most mornings. TIP: deck 5 is located quite low in the hull, so if you are prone to sea-sickness, it might be a good location (noises notwithstanding)! We could certainly feel the rolling and pitching as we headed south through a Force 8 gale, but the effects were much more noticeable on the upper decks. Some passengers were really ill on this trip, although free anti-nausea medications were available at the Front Desk. Cabin 549 is very spacious and very conveniently arranged. There is plenty of storage space for hanging clothes and plenty of extra drawer space. Cabin stewards Gede and Eko are excellent—very amenable and very helpful. Individual chocolates appear with the nightly turn-down, and our stewards created a collection of amusing towel animals for us. The bathroom is similarly large for a shipboard facility with open shelves rather than cabinets, and the shower stall did not feel cramped. TIP: the hot water in the shower is fiercely hot, and you can easily scald yourself if you are not careful. There is a sign at eye-level warning you to take care, but the temperature control in cabin 549 did not lend itself to micro-adjustments, so we recommend you adjust the water temperature carefully BEFORE you stand under the shower! On our third day in port we noticed an unpleasant odour of garbage in the corridor on 5, and on the last day it had crept into our cabin through the ventilation system. A complaint to a senior officer solved the problem within an hour. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Fairly good sized. Adequate closet space for 14 day cruise. All requests were fulfilled promptly. Be aware that certain staterooms do not have mini refrigerators. My husband is diabetic and his insulin needs refrigeration. Last cruise ... Read More
Fairly good sized. Adequate closet space for 14 day cruise. All requests were fulfilled promptly. Be aware that certain staterooms do not have mini refrigerators. My husband is diabetic and his insulin needs refrigeration. Last cruise with HAL we stored the insulin in the medical facility. but that was inconvenient due to limited hours of operation of the facility. Our remedy this time was to place his insulin next to the ice bucket and hope that would suffice. It seemed to work OK. Any physicians reading this will probably be cringing. Bathroom adequate for normal sized adults. Would be tight space for larger persons, especially the shower. Amenities consisted of the usual shower goo, a bar of soap for the sink, a small bottle of body lotion, and a plastic shower cap. The room was kept clean in all the visible areas. I looked under the bed and the couch trying to find a missing earring and saw a lot of dust, so they don't have time to move furniture/beds and clean underneath. The earring did appear on the vanity eventually, so I guess the cabin steward did find it. We had trouble with our thermostat the first day and that was fixed to our satisfaction. Also there was an annoying noise in the bathroom vent, which was temporarily fixed by removing a part from the vent and covering it with a towel and duct tape. It fixed the noise problem, but from then on, the vent didn't work and we had to shower with the door open. Read Less
Sail Date January 2017
Our stateroom 537 was relatively large for an interior class stateroom. It featured a large king bed with nightstands on either side, a two-person love seat with a moveable coffee table, a small chair, and a large dresser area. There ... Read More
Our stateroom 537 was relatively large for an interior class stateroom. It featured a large king bed with nightstands on either side, a two-person love seat with a moveable coffee table, a small chair, and a large dresser area. There were six drawers in the dresser, two drawers under the king bed, and three tall cabinets. The bathroom sink was nice and big, with two glass shelves to store toiletries and a shelf underneath. The shower was a bit small. All four of us are either tall or wide and we all struggled with the size of the showers on board. The temperature in the room was relatively cold throughout the entire cruise, even though we set our thermostat to "warm." While it didn't bother me, my Mom was freezing the whole time and had to sleep with extra blankets (which are stocked in the cabinets). Our cabin only had one neighbor on the right side. The left side and rear were backed up to the crew hallways, which made for a very noisy day. They were moving vacuums and carts and bags of things up and down the stairwell for crew, which often sounded like a bowling ball being thrown down metal stairs. Sleeping during the day was a challenge because of the extra noise. They also had some kind of trash compactor or machine which clanked loudly and had a big buzzer sound when it finished. We did not hear any noise at night, just during the daytime. Overall our room was clean, comfortable, roomy, and centrally located. Read Less
Sail Date August 2016
Very Bad Cruise : Cabin 548
The cabin was nice and big and next to the stairs. It is square and really large and spacious.
The cabin was nice and big and next to the stairs. It is square and really large and spacious. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Lots of closet and storage. Nice seating area. Beds really comfortable. Cabin stewards assigned to that room were excellent.
Lots of closet and storage. Nice seating area. Beds really comfortable. Cabin stewards assigned to that room were excellent. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015

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