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Inside stateroom with twin beds that convert to a king.

Interior (4E)
Decks: Deck 7
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Cabin E158
The cabin that was explained to us said five could sleep in it. However, only 4 beds. They brought in a bed that would sleep a toddler for the floor. I just felt that the cruise line should be explicit when stating it sleeps 5. I might have chose a different cruise.
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Cabin U-199
Standard inside cabin on deck 6, but the shower was bigger than any ship we've been on, so that's a PLUS!
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Cabin U18
Our cabin was classed as an interior, I believe, but we had two small portholes, so we did have a little sunlight in the cabin. The cabin was small, but we were able to pack everything away and make ourselves comfortable. The shower was a decent size, but has the curtain that want to blow in and wrap around you. I fixed that by carrying three small chip clips that I hung on the bottom and it kept it weighted and in place. Our steward did an excellent job of keeping the cabin clean and our ice bucket filled. The beds..pushed together as a king..were hard and rough on our backs until our steward, Rosella, took the heavy duvet and used it as a mattress cover and then gave us a regular blanket to cover with. It worked quite well..making the bed much more comfortable.
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Cabin 7384
We had an Inside Interior Cabin on the 7th Floor. This room was very small compared to any other room I've ever had. It smelled slightly musty and it was like living in a lunchbox how you had to move around. The only upside was our Cabin Steward who made sure everything was done nice and neat. I told him about the smell and he actually febreezed the room and made sure there was nothing in the room making the smell. He knocked on our door and asked me did I mind stepping outside for ten minutes the two days I was seasick so that he could clean my room. I believe he went above and beyond with his service.
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Cabin E52
Cabin was normal for what you find on the older ships. Room service was not good
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Always clean and fresh Francisco and his staff are amazing
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Cabin R122
Cab was very roomy! Only one outlet though. Great hot water in shower.
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Cabin E150

Without other cruise lines to compare to, it is harder to rate the cabin specifically. The cabin definitely could use some updating. The beds were perhaps a little hard for our tastes. Our TV was either going out or had a saturation color setting set incorrectly (we couldn't be sure because the remote wouldn't let us go into setup). Probably the most annoying thing about the cabin was this loud grinding noise we heard from time to time, which we think came from the galley. We heard the noise as late as 12AM some nights.

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Cabin E101
Adequate closets. Quiet location. Not far from the Atrium.
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Cabin u225
Our cabin was roomy, in the interior, stern area. Beds comfortable, pillows a bit thick,covers sufficient. Bathroom was comfortable, with good hand-held shower and good shower curtain. Storage plentiful, 2 closets, shelving, space under bed, drawers at dresser. Cabin easily accessed from elevators. Because of location, some engine or propeller noise was heard, but was quite gentle. Lulled us to sleep most nights.
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Cabin E154
Clean, well maintained
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We had a room that actually had four beds in it. Interior stateroom, no view! Went for the best deal possible. Two beds were made into a king bed, there was a bed right above our heads (?) which we did not need to use, and then the third bed was in the corner. They also got as a crib, which we ended up not using after all. Our bedding was so nice and comfortable! Pillows were perfect and there was plenty of pillows for everyone. Room was very clean, we even had a little night light. Lots of storage for our bags (we had six bags and a stroller) and there was plenty of place for us to put everything. Bathroom is a shower only, with a nice storage area over the window. One complaint I had about the bathroom was that there was some mold in there. (Hairdryer is there as well) You also get some real nice and comfy robes!
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Cabin E101
E-101, claims three closets, they are all three about 18 inches wide. 2 with clothes racks, one with shelves and a safe. There was room to get around the cabin without stubbing your toe, only one person could be between the closet and bathroom at a time. had one stool to sit on. would have been nice to have an extra chair. we had to sit on the bed if we were in the room getting ready, etc. It was surprisingly quiet being that it was directly below the Inspiration dining room, and just a few rooms behind the main atrium (and guest services). It was a great room to sleep in because it was interior there was no natural light. we slept very good.
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U31 Small but an economy cabin. Satisfactory.
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Cabin E-119
ADA Cabin with shower seat and shower curb. Wider doors. Closet doors loose on cabinet. Storage was adequate.
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Cabin E28
Great Cruise Southernl8dy
Our cabin was on the Empress Deck toward the back, we could not tell we was located near the back, cabin crew was great, our room was always clean.
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