With all due respect, did you look at the deckplans prior to booking your cabin? Doing this allows you to see what is above and below your possible cabin choice. If you have been on 4-6 cruises as you indicate in your profile, you would know that doing this should be in your top 5 list of pre-planning your cruise. To think that any cruise line is going to afford you any type of compensation for YOUR choice of cabin is farsighted.
Review by WhooDat
In response to review, CrusinTim says ...
Today's culture dictates we are never to blame for our own actions or choices. It's always the fault of another. Clearly the fault here lies in one of two places. A) the CruiseLine for keeping the galley workers working so late, or B) the galley workers themselves for not getting their job done by a reasonable hour. The fact the galley never closes has obviously not occurred to the complainant.
The simple answer to the dilemma is; sux2bu.
or, buy ear plugs
We always check the deck plan when choosing our cabin. One time we noticed one particular cabin was always available on several sailings. It turns out it was under a public restroom. Good thing that we didn't book it. Also beware of being over or under the theater as the cast practices late into the night also.