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12 Reviews
Stateroom with upper and lower beds

Interior Upper/Lower (1A)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 6 | Deck 7
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Cabin r32
It was ok. fourmom
roomy, new looking, clean. bed was very , very comfortable. bathroom roomy and clean, plenty of towels/soap/tissue.
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Cabin R58
we had an interior upper/lower, as I was hoping it would give us some more room in the cabin. I was wrong. These rooms are MUCH smaller than a standard interior room with 2 single beds. We were EXTREMELY cramped in the room. I typically always see our room steward once or twice a day. I think I saw my room steward once the entire 5 days. He was pretty good at keeping our room clean, sometimes it took him quite a while to get to our room though.
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Cabin U171
Had a Great Time! Cruising K Teacher
Small, but with the layout plenty of room. If you are sleeping on the lower bunk, watch out for the upper bunk!! OUCH!!! Only took one time...
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Cabin U-194
Terrible Cruise Kirstin
The cabin was VERY small.
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Cabin U122

Not too noisy, great location in the middle of the back and front of the ship. No fridge - kind of a dissapointment there. Flatscreen tv, updated bathroom area


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There were 5 of us in the cabin so it was very crowded, but I think it could have been a little roomer if they would have arranged the beds differently. but other than that it was fine.
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Cabin U-92
Was not impressed Justmediana
Best service from room steward. Quiet location, smooth sailing stateroom in rough seas.
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Cabin E183
Category 1A, cabin E183. Excellent for Solo cruiser, close to all the action and very quiet.
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Cabin U169
You will be told your cabin is tiny... it was bigger than I expected! Go for this cabin, it's the cheapest and I guarantee you do not need a tiny window for a couple hundred dollars more. The beds are actually really really comfortable. Clean linens everyday and lots of pillows. There was a good enough sized TV, a vanity area, and a lot more closet space then I anticipated. The cabin was quiet, couldn't hear neighbors. The shower was just big enough... not too small at all... retractable close line in the shower.. they provide you shampoo and body wash... and aaaaaaaaaaaall the hot water you want. :) No fridge though, and you have to ask your housekeeper for a blow drier if you need it!
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Cabin U95
I stayed in cabin U95 with my aunt and sister. I don't know how they got 3 beds in the cabin but they did and we weren't cramped. There were 2 closets. We definitely could have used more closet space. The bathroom was nice with a shower sink and toilet, no counter space. At one point during the trip the shower water had a hard time going down. The housekeeper kept the room very neat, I was impressed.
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Cabin u173
We got a bunk bed cabin. I am sure it was the smallest and cheapest on the ship but it was OK. It was clean and everything worked. Since it was in a middle hallway and near the back there was little traffic in the hall. The only noise was the cabin steward getting stuff out of the maintenance closet next door.
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Cabin E181
E181 is a 1A upper/lower which was just fine for a solo travler. I did have a hard to finding it at times and was frequently "getting lost".
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