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Interior accommodations are comfortable rooms furnished with standard amenities including two twin beds (can convert into one queen-size bed), private bathroom, vanity area, hair dryer, mini-bar, closed-circuit TV, radio and phone.

Interior Stateroom (Q)
Decks: Deck 2
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Interior Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 3013
Aug 2016
Room was good as you didn't get lots of people passing your room, HOWEVER it is near the orchestra pit so if you like to have a rest in the afternoon you could hear them rehearsing very loud each day. Also you are under the theatre so if you want to get to bed before 11.30pm you may want to go elsewhere.
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Jan 2015
I had a large inside stateroom which was very comfortable.
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Cabin 9509 inside
Oct 2014
Sep 2014
Quality family time..... By: Sheffeddie
Interior cabins are fine. Deck Two: Very, very dark at night but perfect with children needing sleep. They are small for 4 people but for the time you are in them they are all you need. Plenty of cupboard space, comfy beds, bathroom all you need.. hot running shower, toilet and sink. The money saved by booking an interior cabin meant we could use the unspent money on other things. Kept very clean aswell by the staff. Deck two good location. Our cabin was next to the staff internal lift so a little noisy from about 7am - but not a huge problem as needed early starts most days anyway.
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Cabin 4555
Dec 2011
Enjoyable Holiday By: GLENDA RAINBIRD
Great cabin no complaints, larger than some ships, plenty of storage space, take some extra hangers.Shower room small but expected, no toiletries except shampoo in a dispenser and soap. No chocolate on pillow any more. Great service from cabin boy.
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