Interior Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into one queen-size bed), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony, mini-bar, private bathroom, vanity, hair dryer, closed-circuit TV, radio and phone.

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Interior Stateroom (K) Cabin Reviews

Loved it! : Cabin 6303
Sail Date: January 2018
I stayed in a Promenade Stateroom by myself on Deck 6. The room was very comfortable, and spacious for one person. I had a queen size bed, an L-shaped couch, a dresser and a large wardrobe with approximately 15 coat hangers. There was ... Read More
I stayed in a Promenade Stateroom by myself on Deck 6. The room was very comfortable, and spacious for one person. I had a queen size bed, an L-shaped couch, a dresser and a large wardrobe with approximately 15 coat hangers. There was also ample storage around the bedroom including space for your luggage under the bed, a small set of drawers, and storage in the dresser and behind the dresser windows. The room had a bar fridge that is set at 13 degrees (enough to keep drinks/snacks cool) and a tv that has pay-per-view movies, some free viewing, and a channel where you can check your on-board expenses. The bathroom was bigger than I expected with a decent sized vanity and face level and under basin storage. The bathroom just had a shower which was quite compact, but it had great water pressure. My window looked out onto the Promenade on deck 5, so it was great to see what was happening/how busy it was at different times during the day. With my curtains closed the room was pitch black, so that was a positive. My travel agent booked me in an adjoining room, but I didn’t actually know the people next door. The door was locked for the whole cruise, but I would recommend doing your research and checking deck plans when making your booking to avoid these rooms if you can, as I could hear the people next door quite clearly. Don’t bother packing a GHD hair straightener or curling iron – they do not work! My group had a variety of GHD products and none of them worked on the ship. One member of the group had a standard hair straightener and it worked. I would recommend doing your research on that. GHD’s don’t work in America due to their voltage, and this is an American cruise liner, so that is really the only explanation I can offer there. My room was made up twice daily by my assigned room attendant who was absolutely lovely and informative. She is also very talented at fashioning animals out of towels - which I loved. Read Less
Pretty good overall : Cabin 7349
Sail Date: October 2017
The cabin was fine for an inside would prefer a virtual Read More
The cabin was fine for an inside would prefer a virtual Read Less
Fun and Active : Cabin 9337
Sail Date: November 2016
Nicely fitted out cabin, stylish and comfortable. It would be nice if there were more power points to charge all my devices as double adapters are banned. Read More
Nicely fitted out cabin, stylish and comfortable. It would be nice if there were more power points to charge all my devices as double adapters are banned. Read Less
Disappointed : Cabin 6513
Sail Date: October 2016
used condoms found in bottom of shower and musky smell was not cleaned when we went in. Read More
used condoms found in bottom of shower and musky smell was not cleaned when we went in. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
Clean, Tidy and great cabin steward. Poor was the bunk bed that come down from the ceiling especially when we specifically asked for a bed that was fold out sofa lounge type bed that we could fold back in the day which would allow any of ... Read More
Clean, Tidy and great cabin steward. Poor was the bunk bed that come down from the ceiling especially when we specifically asked for a bed that was fold out sofa lounge type bed that we could fold back in the day which would allow any of my family and I to sleep comfortably on and as shown in the illustrations in the brochures. Tried to get upgrade but could not get anyone to respond back to us except to say there system was down and after three days of asking we finally gave up as no one got back to us and we were sick of queue in lines at customer services. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
THE CABIN WAS ADEQUATE BUT DUE TO THE SIZE OF THE BED IT WAS DIFFICULT TO OPEN THE DRAWERS ON THE DRESSING TABLE Read More
THE CABIN WAS ADEQUATE BUT DUE TO THE SIZE OF THE BED IT WAS DIFFICULT TO OPEN THE DRAWERS ON THE DRESSING TABLE Read Less
Sail Date: June 2016
We had an interior stateroom which was fine. You don't need to pay thousands of dollars extra to have a balcony or a window - you don't go on a cruise to stay in your room. We were very happy with our room which had two single beds set ... Read More
We had an interior stateroom which was fine. You don't need to pay thousands of dollars extra to have a balcony or a window - you don't go on a cruise to stay in your room. We were very happy with our room which had two single beds set together plus they pulled down a pullman bed from the roof which swings out from the side (there were 3 of us - 1 adult, 2 kids). The only problem we had was by the last day we'd run out of tissues and toilet paper. The steward should have replaced the spare toilet paper earlier in the trip. I had to send my son down the corridor to find a staff member and get some more toilet paper. Read Less

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