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

Interior (4A)
Decks: Deck 1
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Cabin 6365
It was pleasantly large, excellent water pressure, but the positive aspects end there: No bathrobe, no turn down service, sheets were scratchy, MIA room attendant, bed of granite, and the occasional surprise waft of sewage through the vents so bad we'd have to leave the room at odd times, which were were told by guest services is "normal."
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Cabin 10214

Cabin was what we expected. A little small in the hall area and the beds were a little firm. Also the climate control wasn't the best, but we don't take cruises to stay in the cabin.

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Cabin 1302
Standard interior room. Quiet location. Easy access to elevators. Very clean. 3 closets (one with shelves); 3 drawers; mini-bar and safe.
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We stayed in a interior cabin room on deck two since we don't spend much time in there. Our room was always clean and ready to go and we arrived. The housekeeping staff was excellent. The only problem I had with my room was it was located next to a housekeeping service area and every morning around 6 am you could here them doing dishes and banging around equipment which sucked.
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Cabin 6237
Small room. Not even a small couch or chair.
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Cabin 2335
Although our interior cabin was small, the bathroom seemed larger than on other ships. The location about midship was great as we didn't need to walk far to get to things, the dining room was just one floor up so we were able to take the stairs. Not much noise from the hallways. Plenty of storage space. Would have liked to have a chair instead of the stool. Overall we were pleased.
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Cabin 1434
Magic-al Cruise stevegoad
The inside cabin was about what one grows to expect. It would be small if it were an apartment, but for a cruise ship, the inside cabin was roomy. With 2 powerplugs in the room and 1 more in the bathroom (non-grounded, so only certain plugs would work there, it was actually better set up than most. I will say that having a rear-lower-level cabin, we heard a lot of noise going into and coming out of port. The engine noise was, to put if frankly, loud (since we got into port early, it did wake me in the morning). But other than those few time, it was a pretty quiet room. There was definitely ample closet space for me and my wife to put things... and plenty of room under the bed to store our suitcases. In general, it was a very nice stateroom. The hallway on the first deck felt wider than most. In general, it was nice.
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