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16 Reviews
Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

Interior (4C)
Decks: Deck 2
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2406
CABIN: (The Good) Size was ok for the 4 of us. No window in 2406. Bathroom was decent size. Two beds came down from the ceiling for the kids. Plenty storage space for the 4 of us. (The Bad) For whatever reason, the mechanics spent the entire 8 nights making repairs around 4:00 am. We would hear banging on our headrest and the noise went all the way to the 8th floor (we had family staying there that would hear it too). No amount of fabreeze was enough to cover the musty smell.
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1291
Cabin 1291: Qver crew kitchen. Very noisy at night. Moved to 2280: Nice oceanview. well appointed. convenient to the elevators.
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2298
Really good closet and drawer space. Lots of shelves in bathroom for toiletries. Close to forward elevators, short walk to Renoir Dining. Mini fridge very convenient for wine brought in carry-ons. Cramped hallway, very comfortable bed and pillows.
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6428
6428, Upper Deck, port aft of the ship: Typical inside cabin, but may be a bit noisy at times due to the proximity of several clubs just one deck below.
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2353
We had cabin 2353 which is on the Main Deck. This cabin had 2 bunk beds lowered from the ceiling. The bathroom was bigger than Fantasy and Ecstasy. Eventhough we were 3 rooms from the mid ship elevators, it was very quiet. Cigarette smell was evident in hallways but inside our room it was fine. There is only 1 U.S.A. type electrical plug at the vanity table. Bathroom had some weird plug that is supposedly for electric razor.
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6446
I'm not picky, so i felt the cabin was fine for a ship.
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