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(149 - 172 sq. ft.) Two twin beds (can convert to Queen), private bathroom and sitting area.

Interior Stateroom (M)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9
Cabin
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7537
Cabin was small, but big enough for the two of us. Surprisingly, I didn't mind having an interior room since we spent so much of our time off the ship. Usually I was just there to sleep and I didn't need a window.
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10133

The room was good sized and the walls must be thicker than other ships becuase I never heard any noises from the cabins next to us. At night we did use a white noise generator App on the Ipad just in case though. The pillows were ok, but I like to bring my own pillow so that really doesn't matter.


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11531
Valentine get away Miamifever
For an inside stateroom it was fine. We didn't a lot time with do much to do.
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3182
Our room was larger than expected. Great location in terms of accessing the elevator (around the corner) and gangway. The only minor gripe is that it can be slightly noisy at times from above, since the 4th floor has both the casio, comedy clubs, and some dance/music clubs. Still, very comfortable bed with a nice porthole window.
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6147
Cabin 6147. It's a handicapped cabin. Very spacious for an interior cabin. Quiet location near spa and elevators.
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6193
Cabin 6193: Great sound proofing; had to remove couch table to make for more room.
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