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14 Reviews
Stateroom with upper and lower beds

Interior Upper/Lower (1A)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 6 | Deck 7
Cabin
Rating
Comments
U23
Great First Cruise! amberdarcey

Not spacey, but not cramped.
Bathrooms were small.
TOILETS ARE LOUD


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E185
Had a Great time HYDE0497

E185 was clean, and for two people comfortable. The bathroom is bigger than I had experienced on Norwegian Sky. There was ample closet and drawer space. You will hear noise from the kitchen/dining room upstairs.


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U123
Our cabin was tiny, for three women, but spotless. Beds were luxury cozy, I slept well. Somewhat noisy during disembarking. We didnt spend much time in them, sleeping & getting dressed. Maneuvering in a small space was tricky, but we managed. We didnt need 1/2 of what we had packed. Bathrooms were small, showers, big.
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E223
E223-Inside stateroom. Actually somewhat spacious. 2 folddown beds for the teenaged boys. Closet was large enough for all of our luggage, was a good room!
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First time fun lovelyaley
The cabin is small yet cozy. We love our little room over the engine.
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m234
My first experience in an inside cabin - the beds were surprisingly comfortable and the room was spacious. No view of course, but it appears to have a (draped) window which added to the spaciousness.The closet was ample, as was the bathroom.
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E-192
Not Too Elated Phil Alrite
The room had a very musty smell, and the bathroom had mold everywhere. When our luggage arrived, we stored our clothes and left. When we came back that night everything smelled noticeably sour. For some reason, taking a shower caused the entire bathroom to become drenched. I usually take my nice shirts in the bathroom to steam out during my cruise showers (who irons on a cruise?) and my shirt was wet afterward. When we left the cabin our clothes still smelled sour. Our sink drain was clogged and would not drain at all. The cabin stewards were nice though, and constantly refilled our ice bucket and even got us another bigger bucket for more ice. They were always asking if everything was OK.
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E185
Very cramped but livable! Did not like the bunk bed at all and will never do a room like that again.
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R50
This cabin is next to the forward elevator bank and is very convenient to the atrium. It is plenty big enough and for one or two people, was perfect. I didn't notice any noise at all from the elevator lobby, and because the corridor is a middle one, there is very little foot traffic past the door.
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U175

1A-U175:  Very spacious and quiet inside cabin.   No outside traffic.  Located aft at the end of a center hallway.   Lots of closet and storage space.   Bed was wonderful.  Adquate bathroom and shower.  As this is an older ship there is only one outlet and no hair dryer.   I would choose this cabin again


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