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22 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (152 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (L)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10
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8231
We enjoy the interior rooms because they are so dark and quiet. Our safe did break on our last day but they sent maintenance up right away to fix it.
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1371
It is what I assumed to be a standard interior room. Shower ran a little slow. One quirk that didn't really bother me, but might(?) bother others. The room attendant tended to set up his supplies right outside our door. So almost every time I left the room he was there. Like I said, not his fault and I didn't care. Just kind of funny.
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6389
Worth every penny !! creesey1969
Inside cabin, very quiet. Good size, large and comfy beds. Ample room for 2 people.
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7113
we were in stateroom 7113. Very quiet, end of corridor. We were worried as it has an adjoining door to the next cabin, useful for families. This door was locked and we had no noise at all from next door. THE BED WAS WONDERFUL!! Really comfortable in every way; big, fantastic mattrass, comfy pillows. Marvellous. The bathroom was good. Very reliable shower with constant hot water (no fluctuations as you often get in hotels) Very good stateroom TV. Be sure to watch the documentary about the building of the Voyager Ship. Fascinating! Also be sure to watch The Morning Show with Joff & Rob
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1317
For a standard inside cabin it was fine
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a very comfortable inside cabin lovely bed plenty of luggage space and wardrobe space for two people. plenty of small cupboards and storage drawers . Shower roomy and excellent plenty of power and lovely warm or hot water. Toilet and washing area also plenty of room.
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8707
Good, but nowhere to sit ChrisandKathy
End of ship, therefore little or no noise from hallway (few passing by). Deck 8 is in middle of ship and therefore it is easy to walk down to restaurant or up to top deck, don't have to wait for lifts.
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Think before you book Gavin Drobac
very clean room though for a family of 4 very very very small.
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1371
The same as all RCCL cruise ships, quite appropriate for what you need.
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Compact but efficient shower, great TV, comfortable bed. Small, but the point of a cruise is to mingle, apart from anything else. You don't spend a holiday in your hotel room, do you?
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