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Enchantment of the Seas Cabin Reviews - Large Interior Stateroom

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Large Interior Stateroom Cabins 46 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area and a private bathroom. (146 sq. ft.)
    
Large Interior Stateroom (K)
Decks: Deck 4, Deck 7, Deck 8
Large Interior Stateroom (K)


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4035

4035 large interior.. near the elevators. Very quiet hallway. Toilets don't flush as there was a problem one deck down.

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4047

4047 Tons of storage. Two 110-V outlets. Most suitcases can fit under the bed. hairdryer included. Plug-in for electric shaver included. Room safe works off of credit card OR room key (room key for us). Has third and fourth berths available. Small couch. Flat screen TV. Water runs HOT in the shower so be careful.

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4077
Space was adequate. Shower was among the best and roomiest we've had in an accessible room. Cleanliness was lacking. Upon initial entry, the counter in the dressing area was sticky and had a dead bug on it. The bathroom was quite dusty - the top of the phone and the shaver plug, could of used a wet cleaning cloth. The medicine cabinet shelves were dirty. The room contained a mini fridge for medicinal use. I don't believe the cabin was vacuumed or the bathroom floor swept the entire time we were aboard.  Read entire member review.
4557
Lots of storage. Furniture and TV old and dirty looking. Bathroom old and dated, very small shower. Some chair noise from casino above.  Read entire member review.
4569
Cross ways hallway, very quiet  Read entire member review.
6371,73,75
Worst so far. by Luv2CruiseFL

Read the main review. Cabin was clean, attendent was good but the bed and the noise in the room was unacceptable.

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7119
Room 7119: quiet closet, close to stairway and elevators, keep as twin beds to provide more room, LOTS of cupboard space, very small shower  Read entire member review.
7139
New to Cruising by Padman
Our cabin was 7139, inside stateroom. It had more than enough space for two people. The closet was big enough for both of us, the storage space was more than we needed and the bathroom was plenty big. The shower stall was small but adequate. The only noise problem we had was a creaking wall/ceiling joint but it became background noise after awhile. No complaints at all and actually better than I was expecting.  Read entire member review.
7171
Spotlight Lounge underneath cabin, can hear bass beat but did not last late into night Drawers in closet broken long walk to mid ship elevators or stairs  Read entire member review.
7523
7523 was a quiet large interior cabin. Nice layout and good cabin steward. Virtually no foot traffic from other guests. Very quiet. I would not recommend the cabin next to us as it was right at the stairs for the employees.  Read entire member review.
7527
Short Getaway by ndcw10

Going on this cruise I was with 4 grandchildren, daughter and son-in-law. Had no idea what to expect except I should have read the room size more carefully. I had two grandchildren in my room and it was a large interior. I will admit that I have hardly any experience with interior rooms but I thought three nights it would do. NO..the room was 146sq ft and way tooooo cozy for three of us. I think two would be the max for this size! There was no conditioner, shower caps, q-tips, etc in the bathroom, only soap and shampoo.
The shower is the smallest I have ever been in, half a circle!
The room was is a good spot and had little noise except for the drunk parents down the hall and the cruise line can't control that. The location was right on! Windjammer cafe only a couple of floors above and easy to get to. Did notice rocking and I haven't felt that in a long time.

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8049
Nice!!!! by CruizinPMP
Cabin 8049 - This is an interior stateroom. I went solo so it was fine for me. I think it would still be okay for 2 people too. The interior staterooms are the same width as the outside but I believe is shorter by 1 foot lengthwise. The cabin was kept very clean by the stateroom attendant. I was very pleased with it. My philosophy is you use the stateroom to change and sleep. You really do not need anything else. I would suggest a night light and an alarm clock since the room is pitch black normally.  Read entire member review.
8049
8051
Excellent location on deck 8. I really like that the interior rooms on deck 8 are in hallways that run perpendicular to the main hallway. It made the main hallway to never be crowded with people trying to get into their interior room while someone else was trying to get in their balcony room. It was very quiet even though it was directly below the pool. The only thing missing was a small fridge.  Read entire member review.
8093
Our ship was refurbished in around April of 2010. We had heard that all shower curtains were gone, replaced with shower doors. We also heard that all the old style TV's (crt's) were removed and replaced with flat screens in the rooms. We were in room 8093, which still had the old TV and shower curtain. We were a bit disappointed, but it didn't ruin our trip at all. It wasn't worth complaining about, but I just want to point it out for future people who may have heard the same thing I did about the refurbishment of the ship.  Read entire member review.
8551

It is not obvious at first, but there is lots of storage space. Just remember where you put everything. I always get an interior cabin, on the highest deck, and near one of the elevators. I never take an elevator unless it is up more than 3 floors. On this trip, we were right under the Windjammer, very convenient to it and the showroom and the pools. A long ways from the dining room and some of the bars. Twin beds give you a lot more room than shoved together as one large bed. I suggest using public restrooms for #2. Toilets on ships don't always work well. There are handicap restroom stalls that are bigger than the cabin bathroom and have a lavatory in them. Another reason to get a cabin near the stairs.

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8577
We had cabin 8577. This was one of the cabins added during the retrofit a few years ago. They did add/include the shower stall which is nice. However, the cabin is a very odd design. Specifically, the bathroom door, closet doors, and chair/sitting area are all in conflict with each other and the whole room is very crowded. Overall, the room seems VERY cramped.  Read entire member review.
None
8547 - plenty of space in our cabin to put our clothing away - TV (well - you just need to update these and use the interactive TV (for seapass charges). Bathrooms - seriously can't you be consistent across the fleet? Either supply all the amenities in a dispenser (soap, shampoo, conditioner and lotion)or have the attendants supply - I'm confused as to what to bring along. This time I needed conditioner and lotion but had not packed as other RCI fleet do one or the other. Stateroom was generally quiet but it was probably because the people around us were also quiet and there were few if any children on this floor. Our stateroom attendant was super. P.S. we always put our luggage under the bed, this makes for more room. My husband did complain that there was no room for him to get to his side of the bed (side with the TV). We probably should have had them separated (the beds).  Read entire member review.
None
Our cabin steward...perfection. The room...small and cozy. The downside was that we always wanted to fall asleep when we were in the room. Overall, the cabins were great. Bathroom wasn't as small as I had anticipated. Slept like a baby!  Read entire member review.
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