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Interior Stateroom Cabins 10 Reviews
These interior staterooms are great values and can provide a more easily affordable escape. With cabins up to 190 square feet, they feature two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed and a bathroom with shower.
    
Interior Stateroom (II)
Interior Stateroom (II)


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Cabin Rating
249
The cabin was was quiet and spacious. However, the A/C left much to be desired. We complained the very first night about the A/C in our stateroom. For us, it's very difficult to sleep when the room is above seventy-five degrees Fahrenheit. Their lack luster response was pretty much "tough stuff" for the lack of better words. Our friends' staterooms were very comfortable. Our friends advised us to complain again and again which we did. We endured the "not so cool" A/C for seven very warm nights. The heat in our stateroom put a damper on all other aspects of the cruise. It's very hard to enjoy yourself during the day when you cannot rest at night.  Read entire member review.
L237
Absolutely not enough room for two people to stay in the room on Deck 15. The room was adequate but rather noisy. In the mornings, other cabins would wake you up slamming doors, talking in the hallway, etc. You could actually hear conversations in the next room. The room stewart was friendly but not good enough for me to tip extra at the end of the cruise. My friend stayed in a balcony room on Deck 11 and didn't have all the noise problems - very quiet.  Read entire member review.
L252
Lido Deck Cabin - L252 on Ruby Princess -- perfect location to pools and buffet; no crowds. We have booked the same cabin three times.  Read entire member review.
R407
Oversized inside was great. Loved the extra desk and storage, plus doors on the closet. Location was very convenient to the elevators and the aft pool, where we like to spend time.  Read entire member review.
R508
We went directly to our room R508 and unpacked our carryons. I loved this room! There are several oversized inside rooms on Riviera Deck that are not wheelchair-accessible. These cabins have much more floor space and storage space and doors on the closets. We had plenty of room for all our stuff and then some.  Read entire member review.
R736
This cruise was our first time in an inside cabin, I was a bit nervous about it but it turned out to be just fine and we would definitely book it again. The big reason why it worked out for us was due to our placement on the ship which was purposely planned. We were on the Rivera Deck AFT, so each morning I would step out of my cabin and within a few steps I was on the back of the ship-that was my balcony. I would walk up to the Caribe Caf make my tea & get some breakfast and sit outside and enjoy the view. The room was great for sleeping because it was nice and dark. Occasionally we would hear wheels rolling from upstairs but it was so light that it never bothered us.  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
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Cabin Rating
L252
L252
L252
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