The interior cabin 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.
Small and slightly claustrophobic but adequate for sleeping and cleaning up. Shower was a bit of a pain; the curtain doesn't glide open and closed very well and water gets out easily. Convenient access to all decks via nearby stairs and elevators. Read entire member review.
Good size closet area with ample hangers. One drawback is that there are only the drawers in the night stands, no other drawers, just selves. Other than that typical interior room. Does have a refrigerator and flat screen television. Read entire member review.
The interior cabin R331, was twin beds and 2 berths on the walls, which are not mentioned or diagrammed on any ship deck plans. With the beds pushed together to make queen bed, it makes it extremely difficult to get into bed, with the berths protruding from the wall about 10" and there being only 12" on either side of the bed. It was OK for changing and resting in, but not great for getting into bed. The shower was OK, but the curtain is about an inch too short, so the shower water goes under it and onto the bathroom floor while showering.
R714 & R716; Hallway noise and neighbors forget to "Hold the door" not letting it slam and that others may be resting. I have never experienced this in all 25 cruises.
On Riviera deck there is a "room/door" mid-ship. The foul odor coming from there was terrible. Fortunately our cabin was not in that general area.
Emerald Princess is one of my favorite ships. Read entire member review.
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