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Interior Double Cabins 27 Reviews
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.
    
Interior Double (JJ)
Decks: Baja, Aloha
Interior Double (JJ)


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A225

Given that our whole idea for this cruise (our fourth) was "budget vacation", we opted for an interior cabin, and reserved A225, two decks below Lido, in the forward section of the ship.

This was the first time we tried an interior stateroom, and had some trepidations about how comfortable it might or might not be. We were very pleasantly surprised. While it was slightly smaller than the cabins we've had on previous cruises, it did not seem all that cramped. There was a nice closet space, and once we found all the shelves and drawers in various nooks and crannies, there was plenty of space for us to unpack into, with storage spaces left over unused. As a nice surprise, the room even included a mini-fridge.

The only complaint either of us had about the interior stateroom was that upon waking up, you had no sense of whether it was day or night. We solved that problem with a "clock app" on my Google Nexus 7, which displayed nice big numbers visible from anywhere in the room all night long, and made for a bit of a nightlight, as well. My wife suggested leaving the TV on, tuned to the channel that shows the view off the ships bow, as a substitute for a window, which might of worked, but we didn't do that.

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A253
Quiet location. 2/3 of the way forward. Near foward elevators which go directly to the Lotus Spa and pool. Good cabin design/layout. New bedding with flat screen tv. Lots of mirrors help to enlarge the space.  Read entire member review.
A336
Enjoyable But.... by qashqaiqueen

A336 inside cabin. 2 singles and 2 upper berths. Ideal and comfortable for 2 people but I believe it would be cramped for more than 2 unless one is a small child

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B321
Great first cruise by canoeyacht
Quiet, large enough. Lots of closet and drawer space. Near center of ship so there was not too much motion.  Read entire member review.
B417
B417 - inside on Deck 11. Great location, very small but the same as any other inside cabin. If you keep the beds apart you have lots more "moving around" space and more room to dress and such. It was a quiet location except a night or two our next-door-neighbors had late night conversations that got a little loud.  Read entire member review.
B520
Cabin B520 is an interior on the port side just aft of mid-ship. It was not too far from the laundry room, but not close enough to hear any noise from it. I don't think there was any crew space near it. It was a quiet location. Only complaint was the a.c. was not quite cool enough. It was adequate but we would have liked it a bit cooler.  Read entire member review.
C312
C312 is an accessible inside cabin. The door to the room is wide enough to allow the scooter to enter the room without problems. There is sufficient room to store the scooter in the room. The bathroom door is also wide enough for the scooter. The bathroom is well designed with plenty of grab bars in both the shower and the toilet area. The shower area has a seat. The drains around the shower are sufficient to contain the water to that area unless the ship is rolling. There is an additional drain in front of the door to catch any water that escapes the shower area. The shower has a hand held shower head. You do need to watch how you point this or you can get other parts of the bathroom wet. The closets are not the open variety in the standard Princess cabins. There is sufficient hanger and storage space for the hanging and folding clothes we brought. The beds can be in queen or twin format but I find it is easier to turn the scooter around if the beds are in the twin locations.  Read entire member review.
C524
Excellent storage, decent size interior room/ midship, quiet, small but acceptable bathroom with teeny shower cabin.  Read entire member review.
C533

C533 - good location for an inside cabin. Large enough, quiet etc.

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C620
C620 and C624 are insides that sit apart from the other rooms. I was told they were premium inside cabins. I don't think so and would avoid them on future trips.  Read entire member review.
D521
Our first TransAtlantic by catlover2027
Good mid-ship interior room for someone who doesn't want too much ship's motion BUT with the bunks, only a twin comfiguration is pssible. Liked the dressing area, but it did cut down on the space in the bedroom area. No negative features noticed.  Read entire member review.
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Never Again! by Bucky63
Second cabin was a balcony on the Aloha deck midships. It was close to the elevators yet quiet. Our initial cabin was on the Baha deck (Interior midships). It was also comfortable and quiet but the problems enumerated above required a move to the second cabin.  Read entire member review.
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Good room layout. Storage separate from sleeping area. Tiny bathroom.  Read entire member review.
b424
Inside Cabin (B424) door heavy and door width requires wheelchairs to be folded, results in difficult access for wheelchair users Hanging space good, shower tight but powerful  Read entire member review.
r339
R339 - inside room. Small but cozy. Great location mid ship. Easy access to middle of ship elevators and stairway. Close to Lido for buffet, spa for fitness center. Also convenient to Skywalkers and Adagio Lounge.  Read entire member review.
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