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27 Reviews
184 sq. ft. - Sleeps 3, some sleep 4 - Queen-size bed or two twin beds and single convertible sofa, privacy divider, bath.

Standard Inside Stateroom (11A)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
I loved having an inside cabin, we had all the room we needed and never felt cramped, if I felt like seeing the ocean, we just went out and walked the deck. hardly ever heard any noise, very convenient to be on deck 5.
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Midway between mid and fwd elevators. Terrible creak when ship moves fast, but otherwise extremely quiet cabin. Lots of storage space, we did not feel cramped. Shower had some issues with going hot-cold-hot-cold but told they were fixing it.
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Disney Disappointment dancingrvers
dark, dull, old interior. In need of repair. Lots of closet space.
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Our Inside Cabin was comfortable and large enough for two, with plenty of closet space. Though the bathroom seemed small, and had just a shelf, rather than storage space, it had a large shower/bath tub combination which was impressive. Most inside cabins on other ships have just a small shower, so this was a pleasant change. There was a flat screen TV and a complimentary pair of "cell phones" so you could text or call a member of your party while on the ship.
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Fantastic Ann
Lovely room cant fault it even though there was 3 of us
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Cabin 7063 on Disney Wonder had a spacious (relatively speaking) bathroom with a bathtub so water didn't get everywhere when you showered. There was a flat screen TV with lots of good programming. Much more space & storage than on Royal or Carnival. Refrigerator in cabin was great! BUT NOT ENOUGH OUTLETS! Bring a power strip!!!
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We had deluxe inside cabin which seemed larger than my other cruises (yeah!). If you have never cruised before it will always be small to you, but you don't spend much time in the room anyway. If you do, don't go on a cruise, stay in a house or luxury room at hotel instead I guess. Room even had a tub/shower combo so kids could bath like they do at home. I was wondering how to shower my little guy so glad we didn't have to work that out. They had a shade you can draw inbetween sleeping and TV area. If you want separation noise-wise, get headphones for TV or a family suite with separate bedroom instead. I thought there could have been more storage drawers higher up above the vanity and under the bed for the next renovation. It was nice they have some movie choices and could plug DVD player into TV to play kids movies and so forth. You could even watch some of their live shows on the TV in case your kids were tired like mine. Cool.
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Mad about Disney BigTigger
The cabin small but the overhead bunk bed actually adds space. We were in the cabin so little it didn't matter.
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For a standard inside cabin, this was probably the largest we have had in 10 cruises on various cruise lines. It was quiet and conveniently located between two banks of eevators. The beds were comfortable and the A/C worked great. The BR had a small tub/shower combination as compared to the ever-popular mini shower. Full size spa products were included which we have not seen on RCCL in 2-3 years..
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Inside cabin, but spacious. Bathtub really helped with a 4 year old. Very clean.
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