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Interior Double Cabins 26 Reviews
The interior stateroom features two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower. Approximately 160 square feet of space.
Interior Double (JJ)
Decks: Baja, Aloha
Interior Double (JJ)

Cabin Rating

We liked the layout with the large closet area.

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We just sleep, change clothes and shower there, so for our purposes the room was fine. It was very close to the forward elevators and if it was noisy I didn't notice and neither did my husband.  Read entire member review.

We had an interior cabin A717, Aloha, Deck 12, Category ID. We were 1 cabin away from the AFT elevators. We selected this cabin location to be ‘near’ the kids club, which was AFT on deck 17. We were also 2 decks lower than the LIDO deck where the buffet was located, for easy access to drinks and food in the early morning. We also needed a cabin that had room for 4 and also had similar cabins next door, for our family that was traveling with us. Given the limited choices we had, this was the best pick. The location of the cabin to the elevator bank and stairs was perfect. The location to the spots on the ship we spent most of our time was a bit of a walk. We took stairs when we could, but there were times, with the stroller for instance, that using an elevator would be more efficient, but the waits at peak dining times were bad, due to our closeness to the buffet.
The noises from the area in our direct vicinity were minimal. The noises from the thrusters, early in the morning when we arrive at port, or leave in the evening were quite loud. Lucky for me, I tend to get up early, even on vacation. We had some early starts to our port days and the unexpected wakeup call helped in those situations. Our daughter slept through the vibration every time. It wasn’t that loud or disturbing, but just enough to wake you gently if you were in that stage of a sleep cycle.
The layout of the room was fantastic. Looking at the floor plan, I was worried that it would feel cramped. Our daughter is only 3, so she doesn’t take up too much space and her bed was only down from the time after dinner through breakfast the next morning. Our luggage fit easily beneath ONE of the twin beds and we found a spot to prop up the stroller in the closet. Speaking of the closet, it is great! I thought I might be bothered by the lack of doors and openly ‘messy’ look of seeing hangers and clothes all the time, but the openness greatly outweighed the messiness. There was room for twice as many clothes as we brought to hang up. We could have used more hangers, and meant to ask for more, but we didn’t run into our steward in time for it to be worthwhile. He was ninja sneaky the first few days of the cruise.
Then there is the bathroom. It can always be bigger on a cruise ship, but I don’t have many complaints. I felt the layout was nice. I am smaller than most, so I could comfortable move about. All three of us were inside the room brushing our teeth one night, so that alone is impressive. The shower did seem smaller than some, but I think one always thinks that when they see their shower on a cruise. :)
The hair dryer leaves something to be desired, but did in fact dry my hair. It takes a while to get going, but once it reached full heat, it seemed to dry quickly. The air temperature in the room was nice and the control on the wall appeared to work well for what we wanted. The TV, we didn’t use it too much. We mostly caught a movie in the morning while getting ready for the day and at night after picking our daughter up from the kids club. There is a double plug at the desk, in which we could really only use 1 at a time, due to the size of the phone charger adapters. We managed to reach behind the TV and plug in our second phone. We had a double charger, but only one device would charge at a time, they probably have a way to limit the amps going to each outlet.
The cleanliness of the room was great, I didn’t notice any areas that were in need of great repair. Though, one of the drawers on a nightstand didn’t work. We had 3 others to use and lots of other shelves and storage spots to stick all our random pieces. To help organize a little, I did bring an over the door organizer to hang on the bathroom door, it worked great for the items I use more frequently.

Cabin Grade: 4/5, 5 for an interior cabin.

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A Great Cruise by coachj5452
The cabin was small, but well maintained. It was never noisy, and our cabin steward was excellent.  Read entire member review.
Cabin B420. This cabin is just steps away from the lobby of the central elevators, but it was quiet. The arrangement of this cabin was great--the bathroom and closet were tucked off of the entryway and could not be seen from the main part of the cabin. We had our beds separated and felt like we had enough room. I appreciated that there was switches to turn the lights on and off by the door and also by the beds. The room was well maintained. The pillow was a disappointment--it was too flat.  Read entire member review.
Heavenly Cruise by reedit3
Inside cabin B421 was a great location in mid-ship. Excellent storage space but very small bathroom. Over 6 feet tall forget about washing your feet in the shower or sitting comfortably on the commode. Yes it is that small. Luckily I am 5'6 and the Mrs. 5'1.  Read entire member review.
Fairly long trek from the front of the ship as the cabin was very far aft, but quiet location, not too far from aft elevators. Buffet was only 4 flights up, so easy to walk.  Read entire member review.
We were in cabin Caribe 312. This is an accessible inside cabin. There is enough space at the door for the scooter to enter without being broken down. this is a very important attribute. There is also room to store the scooter near the two electric outlets which are on the desk. The beds in the room can be put together to make a queen sized bed BUT if this is done it decreases the turn around room. The closets are adequate with one high and one low rack. Neither rack is adjustable nor do they pull down. The bathroom is ample sized. The toilet is not of handicapped height. There are plenty of rails near the toilet, the sink and in the shower. There is no step into the bathroom. There is room under the sink for your feet if you are in a wheelchair. The shower seat is attached to the wall and can be collapsed if sharing with an able bodied person. The seat is low like the toilet. The drains around the shower do not contain all the water in the shower area. The drains are covered by a wire mesh like contraption that makes a metallic sound if you step on it. This cabin is located beside the laundry but we had no issues with sound at anytime day or night. However there is a staff elevator on the opposite side of the cabin. This is the area where all luggage is brought onto the Caribe deck. We did not find this to be a big problem. On the first night the noise stopped about 10 PM and on the last night by 11:30 PM.  Read entire member review.
Largest closet we've seen for an inside cabin with plenty of real hangars.  Read entire member review.
Roomy closets, comfy bed.  Read entire member review.
Very Peaceful by Golfing Dan
R216 small forward inside room. Too far forward if you encounter choppy seas. Really suggest being more mid ship. Bathroom is tiny.  Read entire member review.
13th cruise & it was good luck by Cold in ILLINOIS
We had plenty of drawer & closet space. I surely wouldn't want to be a very big person or you wouldn't fit in the showers. We didn't have any problem with noisiness in the hallways but a few times the loud speaker coming on in the cabin was a little awakening. I think that they were having some problems with their p.a. It woke us up a few times. We didn't ever remember that happening before.  Read entire member review.
Our cabin was B 420 interior on JJ category on Deck 11 Baja. It was comfortable but requested a king bed got two doubles. what can I say it was my 60Th birthday they gave me a bottle of champagne and decorated my room and gave me a birthday cake, it was very nice..  Read entire member review.
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Sadly disappointed by mickfoxland
Good Recovery!!! by NeyNeyshus
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