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1932
Cabin 1932 -- great cabin. Deck 9 -- away from the public spaces so it was quiet and peaceful. Starboard side, so the views were always good no matter where we were. Amble space to store everything.  Read entire member review.
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balconies are not very private. other guest continued to look over into our room. Also you can hear your neighbors  Read entire member review.
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Although a little smaller than other ship cabins, ours was clean and decorated tropical. We had plenty of room for storage. However, Deck 4 is noisy.  Read entire member review.
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First Cruise by emcsw205
Good sized closet, balcony was great, bathroom could use a little help. Clean the vent. Large enough for the 2 of us and our luggage.  Read entire member review.
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Great service from the stewards.  Read entire member review.
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DO NOT STAY IN CABIN 7516 OR ANYWHERE OVER THE MARDI GRAS LOUNGE UNLESS YOU PLAN TO BE AT THE LOUNGE UNTIL THE MUSIC IS OVER.  Read entire member review.
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So very disappointed! by Encourager
We were on deck 4 with a window. Loved watching the huge waves wash under the window! Room was usually quiet with the exception of loud talking guests late. Good storage. Dirt and garbage from previous guests under bed and along walls. Sheets changed second day only for entire trip. Stained, ripped towels, bathmats. Disgusting.  Read entire member review.
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Lots of storage space in a small room. Had room on the 11th floor and it was very convenient. Same floor as the main pool and buffet but wasn't noisy.  Read entire member review.
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Walls are paper thin, you can hear EVERYTHING next door. Balconies aren't very private. Rooms are small.  Read entire member review.
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We stayed in an inside room on Deck 4 below the Hollywood Theater and close to the elevator. We never had any noise problems and thought the room was plenty of room for 2 people. We actually enjoyed the complete darkness because there were no windows,  Read entire member review.
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Good closet space - three tiny shelves inside the closet with two baskets and two drawers outside the closet. The bathroom did not have enough shelves for our stuff. Hallway to noisy right by the elevators and we got to hear everyone yell goodnight to the friends that had made onboard.  Read entire member review.
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1st Time Cruiser by Hawaii1st
Tiny bathroom, adequate space for 2 people, well designed, plenty of storage.  Read entire member review.
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The staterooms that face the back of the ship are a pretty good size (as staterooms go), with the lanai (balcony) just about the same size as the room. They gave us one deck chair and one lounge and a table, although I think you get more chairs if there are more in your party. We added the desk chair from inside and our friend's stool from across the hall so the four of us could sit out there and enjoy the view. That being said, I don't think I would book the same location again. True, looking out the back gives you a different perspective than viewing from the side, but on the other hand, you get to see what others have already seen. Most importantly, though, is the fact that you do get some diesel fumes emanating from the smokestack depending on wind conditions. I hadn't counted on that. Also, people eating along the back rail of the Aloha Cafe could observe you standing at the rail of your lanai, and you could, in turn, observe those on Decks 9 and 8 standing at their rails as well. The point here is that you don't have a lot of privacy on your balcony unless you move in closer to the stateroom. In the final analysis, it was wonderful. We weren't there a whole lot, and it was nice to have it to return to. One thing I hadn't taken into consideration was that Deck 10 is directly below the Aloha Grille ,and it opens each morning at 6. It gets noisy with chairs being slid around above you. On a side note, I don't believe the rocking motion at this location while underway is any worse than on other parts of the ship (at least not on our trip, and we were supposedly experiencing the effects of Hurricane Felicia)  Read entire member review.
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We were in 9520 (or 9620, can't remember) and we loved it. Quiet location yet not far from stairway and elevators. 9th level balcony, Mid-ship, motionless location with a good view of Tuesday's night cruise of lava flow on starboard side.

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Very small but pretty good use of space -- use it for sleeping and cleaning up, not hanging out. Very comfortable beds. If you are crusing Hawaii do yourself a favor and get a balcony room.  Read entire member review.
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Inside cabin #8205. On a quiet corridor forward. Very good.  Read entire member review.
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8074, 8076 perfect room, great balcony, not cramped.  Read entire member review.
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Totally Awesome by Sparky
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Below expectations by rubberhead
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Great for seeing Hawaii by Best Reviewer
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LOVE THIS CRUISE!! by FannyDog
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Exhausting but Amazing!!! by Pepper's Daddy 01
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25th Anniversary Cruise.... by PhantomPhlocker
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Pride of America - Hawaii by love to cruise
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Pride of America - Hawaii by Julie Johnson
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Pride of America - Hawaii by Michael GIvler
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Pride of America - Hawaii by Bad Habit MX Racing
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Pride of America - Hawaii by Mr Athletic Legs
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First time to Hawaii by donaldquackers
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Pride of America - Hawaii by David Shumway
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