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Independence of the Seas Cabin Reviews - Interior Stateroom

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Interior Stateroom Cabins 40 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (152 sq. ft.)
Interior Stateroom (K)
Interior Stateroom (K)

Cabin Rating
Closet was fine. I appreciate all the hangars. Enjoyed having a sofa this time around. I like the room under the bed where the luggage can be stored. I understand why they put a 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioner dispenser in the bathroom, but my hair doesn't do well with that. Bring your own conditioner! Kind of trivial, but I wish the bathroom light switch was on the inside. No outlets in the bathroom  Read entire member review.
No complaints, we booked an interior stateroom because we wern't going to be in our cabin much, however, there was very little room once the cot was up but that didn't cause a huge problem, it was just a bit annoying!  Read entire member review.
Good sized wheelchair accessible inside cabin not far from the elevators in a quiet corridor, but rather too far forward for me, I could feel quite a lot of motion in the cabin whenever the ship moved at all.  Read entire member review.
Awesome by Elliotytonita

Stateroom was great, comfortable and clean. Wish the TV's were updated since some channels lose reception sometimes, but who's watching tv on a cruise. (?) Only had to go one floor up for the buffet and two for adventure ocean (++++).

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Standard interior room, not a whole lot of space. It gets the job done as far as being a place to sleep and is fine if you decide you will not spend a lot of time in the room. As far as the 8 days I spent, its do-able albeit cramped.

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Small inside cabin, the only difference I can see between this and a balcony cabin is there is slightly more room around the bed; the bathroom, living space and closet space all seem to be the same. We've had 2 x balcony cabins, 2 x inside cabins and 1 x porthole cabin. Next time I think we'll go back to a balcony because the inside cabins are pitch black dark and you have to switch the tv on to see what the weather looks like outside to know how to dress.  Read entire member review.

Good layout. Toilet/Showerroom in particular was well laid out and commodious by comparison to other ships. The TV was good quality and the small sofa comfortable. Coffee making in the room but no tea and no milk, only creamer.

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Great use of space, comfortable bed, cool towel puppets awaited us every night from Frederick our wonderful cabin attendant. Plenty of closet space, shower had great water pressure.  Read entire member review.
Very disappointed by vivien dunn

Small but fine. Had extra bunk beds would not like to spend all day if four of you.

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First time cruisers by Yellowfurbaby

8487 and 8485
Lovely quiet location. Convienent for lifts.

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Let's face it. I'm in a tiny space with three women. There will never be enough room. I get there much earlier then them to get ready and then lay in bed and watch tv or read a book. Nice flat screen tv. Refrigerator didn't seem to get cold. Not enough hangers or drawers, but could you ever with this combination in a cabin?  Read entire member review.

Interior stateroom 8671, perfectly adequate, I am only in it to sleep and get changed, quiet position easy access to prom deck and pool decks, I do not use the television, split the double bed for more space.

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Cabin 8707. Clean but small inside cabin. When bed configured as a double, there is a space of about 9" each side of the bed. Access on the right side of bed obstructed by meeting corner of fridge, so you have to climb over corner.  Read entire member review.
Never Again by heather147

Tip: If you are at all claustrophobic do NOT book yourself into an interior "Stateroom". The one we had was more like a gloomy cell, it was awful. So small, nothing like the picture on the website, with a very very tiny WC/shower room.

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9529 Inside Cabin - very difficult to get in and out of the bed, lots of sway on a windy night, but very quiet and well laid out. Enormous walk to get to the other side of the ship for the Windjammer etc. TV was nice but did not turn enough to allow you to watch TV from the bed. Shower in the bathroom was quite good.  Read entire member review.
The big time waster by baron hillman
The cabin was larger than some we have had and comfortable. Perhaps the bed was a little too large making it difficult to get around one side of the bed. The tea/coffee facilities were adequate but would have benefited from cream for thew coffee.The toilet rolls were of the poorer variety and could do with a better quality.  Read entire member review.
9671 - inside cabin - good size for what it is - pulldown bets - not enough wardrobe space. good location, deck 9, near entrance to kids pools and windjammer restaurant - no noise at all!!  Read entire member review.

Interior room --smaller than most, but it was okay

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Dont Fart! tiny peanut shell  Read entire member review.
There were four sharing an inside cabin, so next time will try and get two cabins with adjoining doors with balcony, as inside cabin quite Claustrophobic.  Read entire member review.

The cabin was a good size and had just enough storage space for the two us. Clever use of mirrors made the space feel larger than it was so it didn’t feel cramped or claustrophobic. I would book an inside cabin again. You could hear the faint sounds of music when there was a band playing in the Pyramid Lounge below but it wasn’t enough to keep us awake.

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Cruise and snooze by Kim Butcher
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