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Interior stateroom with Porthole thats cozy and just what you'll need after a day and night loaded with FUN

Porthole (PT)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5 | Deck 6 | Deck 7
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U7
Considering the sizes of most Interior/Oceanview cabins, this was a huge cabin. I would say that this cabin compared to the 220+ sq foot cabins on the newer ships. The mattresses though are very thin. Caused back pain every morning. The water in the shower was nice and hot.
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U2
Worth the price chavinat
The porthole cabin was the best of both worlds. We didn't sleep until noon every day because we had a window (although they do close very tightly if you WANT to sleep until noon). But it only cost $10 over the cost of the interior room, so we saved about $50 per person to pay for an ocean-view room. The windows don't open, and it wold have been nice to hear the ocean. But this is definitely the best of both worlds if you want a window AND to be cheap. Also, being at the front of the ship it definitely rocks more, so just take that into consideration if you get sea/motion sickness.
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R7

Comfortable room. Very quiet from hallway noises. This is the 2nd most forward cabin on the lowest passenger deck. You will get lots of noise on coming into port and docking. You also hear bumping and noise while moving but it's not unbearable.


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R16
Big Mistake bettersoon
Room R16 - don't expect to get any sleep, unless you are accustomed to sleeping through constant banging and knocking coming from below.
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R23
Make sure to follow the measurements for your luggage, they will not fit under the bed if you don't and you will not have any room to put them. Bring extension cord with 5 way plug, very handy. I bought a $3 hang over the door for the bathroom, very convenient. Make sure to bring extra large mug for drinks in your room along with a large coffee mug for when you visit the Lido deck.
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U-10
On one side is a fire station, so no worries about neighbors, although on the other side we discovered our neighbors TV to be unfortunately loud on a couple of occasions. They do tend to keep the cart across the hall because there is not a direct cabin across from us - but for us that is not a complaint. The staff was always very quiet. Never heard anything from cabin above. I found the bow thrusters as we docked at port a nice way to wake up (better than my alarm). Found the room spacious and the only thing I'd wish for is more places to hang things (wet suits, towels, etc.) Loved the porthole and the ledge large enough for two to sit (just watch hitting your head on the porthole covers. Pillows comfy, comforter thin but warm...plenty of room below the beds to store your empty suitcases. Like the chair rail ledge around the room - found it very practical.
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U18
Plenty of room for 2 adults. Bathroom plenty big. Enough storage. Would have been cramped with 3 or 4 people.
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R5 is on the lowest passenger deck and is third from the front on the starboard side. I love being at the front of the ship as I enjoy the motion of the sea. The two port holes were enough to let in daylight and provide a view of the sea. The room had plenty of space on either side of the queen bed. There was one straight chair. The built in desk/dresser had several fairly shallow drawers and good lighting. There were only two electrical outlets. Three closets - two for hanging clothes and one with shelves. It would be adequate for two people. Bathroom had large shower. This is a cabin that prices as an Inside although it has port holes. It is spartan but comfortable.
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e2
E2 was Ok except for all the crew activity in the area.
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