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Voyager of the Seas Interior Cabin Question?

#1
Planning a Western Caribbean cruise on the VOTS in April/11 and was wondering about their interior cabins. They show to be smaller than Carnival's interior cabins in size(160sq. ft. compared to 185 sq. ft) but was curious if that really matters being that probably won't be in the cabin that much anyway. Also curious about which is a better location; Forward, Mid-ship, or Aft. Any opinions?.
 

Funnel

Sweden Unleased - Special Contributor
#2
I have never had an interior cabin on Voyager so I can't comment on the size.

My recommendation is to get a cabin midship, as close to the aft centrum as possible. You will be close to Windjammer and the main dining room as well as Studio B, the excursion desk and the gangway in most ports.
If you are more for the spa, fitness center or theater then maybe a cabin forward is a better choise but you will feel more of the movement of the ship there.

You can choose a promenad facing cabin also. It is a bit more expensive than a regular indoor cabin but not too much. You will then have a view over the promenade, where all the action is.
Maybe it can be a bit more noisy in a promenade cabin than an indoor, but I have heard of others that this is normally not a problem.

/Erik
 

Mbandy

Well-Known Member
#3
Most of the inside cabins on Voyager class ships are in the front or back because the PR cabins are all mid ship.

The cabins are smaller than Carnival but not by that much. The PR cabins are slightly smaller than the regular inside cabins but not even enough that you would notice.

I would pay the little bit extra for a PR cabin :doubleup:
 

Janice H

Well-Known Member
#4
Planning a Western Caribbean cruise on the VOTS in April/11 and was wondering about their interior cabins. They show to be smaller than Carnival's interior cabins in size(160sq. ft. compared to 185 sq. ft) but was curious if that really matters being that probably won't be in the cabin that much anyway. Also curious about which is a better location; Forward, Mid-ship, or Aft. Any opinions?.
We were on the Voyager this past January and had an inside room and it was fine for us. We have the room attendant separate the beds making them into twin beds and this gives a little more room in the center of the room. Enjoy your cruise.
 

Funnel

Sweden Unleased - Special Contributor
#7
I like the bathroom
I agree!
I was just thinking about how a cabin of this size can have a bathroom this big. :whistle:
The bathroom I had in my balcony cabin on Voyager two months ago was tiny compared to this.

It looks like a LCD-TV in the cabin. Wonder if they have replaced some of the old "thick"-TVs? I didn't have LCD-TV in my cabin. :scratch:

/Erik
 

Mbandy

Well-Known Member
#8
That looks like the bathroom in the Royal Suite. The Royal Suite bathrooms are larger than the regular size staterooms are.
 

Cruizer

Well-Known Member
#9
That looks like the bathroom in the Royal Suite. The Royal Suite bathrooms are larger than the regular size staterooms are.
It is. Every time I post pictures of standard cabins the Royal Suite bathroom picture sneaks in. I don't know how to stop it. :whistle:
 

Jim

Well-Known Member
#10
Two years ago we took our son and his son with us on Voyager. They are slobs. The inside was big enough for them to dump their junk and dirty clothes all over the place and still get around ok. We over "compensated" the poor unsuspecting cabin steward at the end of the cruise. They said, all week, the cabin was great.
 
#11
Definitely NOT the bathroom for the inside cabin lol - Royal or Owner's I would guess. My suggestion is to spend the extra for a promenade cabin - the window makes the cabin seem soooo much larger.