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The Standard Inside Staterooms have lower beds which are convertible to one queen-size bed. Each includes a private bath with shower. A minimum category with maximum comforts.

Large Interior Stateroom (J)
Decks: Deck 1 | Deck 2
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Cabin 2604
Our Cabin was a standard inside with plenty of room. We generally do an inside cabin as we find we sleep better due to the dark. There was adequate lighting in the cabin. The closet space was excellent and there were two drawers under the bed as well as four drawers at the desk and a stand with a cabinet next to the couch. The bath area was more than adequate with a good sized shower. The only issue was the water would go from hot to lukewarm once in a while but it never made the shower unbearable. The daily cleaning was good and our steward, Asep, was always helpful. There was a television with a CD player and movies were available at the main desk if one wanted to watch movies in the room. Ventilation was good and the temperature was very comfortable. We chose our cabin based on its location which is center ship between two floor of other cabins. That way we did not have noise from the deck above or the engine room below. I would stay in this cabin again. For us an inside cabin is both economical and plenty comfortable. We do not spend much time in the room during cruises.
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Cabin 1851
So Much FUN! Deb Thomas
Plenty large enough for two people, and always kept clean. Lots of storage space and the bathroom was great. So much easier to use the mirrors than any Motel we have ever been in. I can't see at all without my glasses, and this was wonderful. We could unpack our belongings and feel like we were at home, without the responsibilities! Seldom heard any outside noise. Very comfortable.
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Cabin 2600
Nice to have a little sofa, lots of closet space, good lighting. Older ship so interior cabins are roomier than the newer ships.
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Cabin 1841
We purposely took a central, inside room on the Dolphin Deck (lowest). Specifically, 1841. It was a bit smaller than I expected. But it was well-appointed with three closets, night stands with two drawers each, two large drawers under the bed, and a desk with a flat screen television and dvd player. We didn't have a tub, but the shower was large and roomy, which would have been our preference anyway. The nightstands' top drawers were lockable and there was a keypad safe in one of the closets. It was a quiet room, with no noise coming from the engines or anything above us.
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