Interior Stateroom (L): Adventure of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (160 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (L)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
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Interior Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 9307
Aug 2016
Ultimate Relaxation By: 8austins
Not sure if it was (L) but it was clean and in an EXCELLENT location. It was the first one in the corridor and close to elevators with a cabin on only one side of us. It was quiet, with no noisy clubs above us!
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Cabin 8163
Aug 2016
Our staff cleaned up and folded our clothes daily or sometimes after we went down for dinner. The room was always clean.
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Cabin 7131/3720
Nov 2014
Hot October Sunshine By: the railway
7131 compact and comfortable but one side too near the wall.3720 was larger and had window and a better shower.
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Cabin 7237
May 2013
Cabin 8275
Mar 2013
Our room (8275) was too small. We had to squeeze past each other to walk past the beds and the desk. Also, the shower was a tiny cylinder that you had to open to shave your legs. Ridiculous! They should have at least added another foot or two to the room to make it bearable. Also, there was no dresser.
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Cabin 9583
Mar 2012
We had an interior center ship cabin on the 9th floor. (the cheap seats- lol) King sized bed, love set, desk area with larger mirror, TV, large closet, ample built-in storage drawers/areas, tight bathroom with shower and more storage areas (but met our needs), and ample lighting throughout. All we needed and I was actually surprised and felt it more than met our needs. We were never "hanging out" in our room and why would you when there are open decks with chairs, beaches at Port, a Ship Casino, and ample entertainment opportunities. There was also no noise transfer between rooms. Our Cabin Attendant was very accommodating and each day we were greeted by a spotless room, very helpful printed information on the next day's Port and activities, and "towel art" on our beds. My expectations more than met.
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Cabin 9527
Aug 2010
Clean, very quiet, comfortable. All we needed, plenty of storage space to keep everything tidy and out of sight.
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Cabin 1657
Nov 2008
R and R on AOS By: dperky
Tiny cabin-good sleeping!
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