dining room and other interior air conditioning.....
overall, on the Sensation please, is it under or over air conditioned, or just right? just wondering if it's best tp play for long-sleeves for formal night, or will I freeze if I wear a strapless dress on formal night. We have an inner-inner stateroom, also concerned about coldness in there at night. Your experiences, please? Thanks!
This is a tough one. Everyone likes different temps. This is too hot.. this is too cold.. this is jusssst right. Wear what you want and take along a sweater in case you need it. Different lounges and places on the ship have different temps. One lounge I froze and the other lounge was perfect... You get to know how they are by the end of the cruise.
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A few of my friends found the dining room chilly, but the cabins and other public areas were fine. Sometime the theater is over air conditioned if there is only a few people in the room, but comfortable when full.
I always think the temperature inside the ship was set to artic but then again, I usually am cold. I would guess the temperature is set somewhere in the 60's, especially in the dinning room. I think that is so the waiters won't overheat since they are constantly running around. I always wear something strapy but I take a sweater. Also on resort casual nights, I tend to want to wear pants so that my legs stay warm too. I hope that helps!