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Queen-size bed with Sealy Posturepedic Premium Plush Euro-top mattresses, single√ā¬†convertible sofa, upper berth (in some), bath with tub and shower, virtual porthole with real-time views outside the ship that reflects actual stateroom location.

Standard Inside Stateroom (11A)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9 | Deck 10
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Cabin 8091
We stayed in stateroom 8091 which is an inside cabin that connects with stateroom 8591. Originally we were supposed to travel with my in-laws and as such intended to open the connecting door but at the last moment they had a change of plans and did not sail. This was the first time we had an inside room so we were very interested to see how not having a verandah would or wouldn’t impact our enjoyment of the cruise. The room was plenty big enough for two adults and our little one. The couch converts into a single bed and we requested the side rails so she wouldn’t fall out at night. I also advised our stateroom host that he could simply keep the bed set up throughout the cruise as oppose to converting it from couch to bed at turndown service every night. This way we could take our daughter for a nap on sea days at any time and not have to worry about converting the bed ourselves. I’m not sure if it was only our inside stateroom or all inside staterooms but we did not have a split bath like we did last year. As a young family this wasn’t a problem but if you have teenagers who like to take their time primping for dinner you may want to consider that split bath as an essential. For us, at this stage in our lives it simply wasn’t and was more than enough for our little family. Storage space was quite good. We love that our bags store easily under the bed so you don’t have them taking up valuable floor space. The closet was plenty big enough and even had more hangers than what we needed. I even brought a dress shirt for each night, three pairs of dress pants and a suit. Not to mention all the dresses my wife and daughter brought. The drawer space was limited so if I were to recommend anything as it relates to staterooms it would be to visit the dollar store and get one of those pocket hanging organizers which you can hang in the closet. We brought one on our first cruise and for some reason haven’t on the last three. We regretted it this time as the extra ‘drawers’ would have been nice.
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Cabin 9543
Disappointed TheJenMoody
Fine. Is it unreasonable to stock water bottles once per day? Apparently--- you could buy them.
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Cabin 5511
The cabins were always clean and large enough. However, there is hardly any storage space compared to the past 5 bouts we have been on. This ship lacks with creative storage spaces and others have developed. We are rarely in our room so we normally get two inside staterooms to keep cost down for a family of four.
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Cabin 9103
Our inside stateroom (9103) was just right for two people, but would have been crowded for 3+ people. The magical porthole was a nice touch to keep from getting claustrophobic with Disney characters flying by once in a while. There was not much storage, but our suitcases fit under the queen bed. The bed was very comfortable. We were glad that we had packed a little fan which helped drown out some ship noise, but overall the ship noise was minimal and hardly ever heard our neighbors in the adjoining stateroom.
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