We are going with friends on the Summit in April. Unlike many who post on this board who are asking about suites and balcony cabins (Oh, I do envy you!), our budget called for an inside cabin. We DID get a FANTASTIC price for booking very early - maybe next time will book a verandah. Anyway, has anyone seen a cabin with two UPPER berths?? I believe these will be in addition to two lowers, and hopefully they'll fold up. Do they fold into the wall, or are they sticking out a lot? Probably a family room, even though we aren't bringing children. Can you help??? Thanks!
On our first 2 cruises (aboard a Soviet ferry boat no less!) we had inside cabins...you know what, we had the greatest time! I'm sure the Summit will be a great improvement over our first 2 experiences so you're sure to have an even more super time!
Thanks, everyone, for your kind words. Our first cruise (5 years ago), we had a beautiful veranda cabin. It was hard going down to inside, but in order to go on longer cruises, we have to compromise. I'd rather go this way than not go at all. You're right - we have a BLAST!
Marvie, it is definitely tough to go from balcony to inside, but if you consider how much more cruising you can do if you're not picky about your cabin, an inside doesn't seem like such a sacrifice! We've had lots more insides than outside/w/balcony, but they've ALL been wonderful! Have a great time on Summit.
You'll be fine in an inside cabin. I've had more inside ones than outside and I've been in some "almost closet" size ones. They say the inside measures the same 170 ft. as outside so you'll be ok. I had a cabin on the Norway once that was barely 9 x 10! I was in it by myself and it was listed for two people, mind you it had what I would call a 3/4 bed that they said was a double! Sure for two very slight adults!!! :-) Enjoy your cruise! Sue
We go on 2 - 3 cruises a year always book inside. Turn on tv in morning to bridge camera to check the weather. Outside cabins are like convertible cars, they look great but how often do you really have the top down. The only things you do in the room are sleep, change clothes and fool around (it's vacation remember), and I personally don't need an ocean view for any of these. Great sailing !!!!!!!