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Interior Stateroom Cabins 16 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (152 sq. ft.)
    
Interior Stateroom (L)
Interior Stateroom (L)


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6455
Cruisin with Slime by dogbone7
Surprised on how much room there was for four in the cabin. Plenty of shelf and storage space. Slept two adults and two kids just fine  Read entire member review.
6489
Disappointed by lovetosail48
inside 6489 great location one floor away from action on 5. very small with a chair and space from bed to wall a squeeze space.  Read entire member review.
None
Interior cabins (L) are pretty small. The showers are tiny!  However, the cabin was very quiet.  I slept great.  We were on Deck 10, which was a great location.  We just had to walk up one flight of stairs to the Windjammer, Pool, and Fitness Center.  Read entire member review.
None
Quiet, small bathroom but large enough room. Love the light switch above the bed so you don't have to get up!  Read entire member review.
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