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Interior Stateroom (N): Independence of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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

Interior Stateroom (N)
Decks: Deck 2 | Deck 3 | Deck 6
Cabin
Rating
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Layout was not very functional, climing in and out of bed from the bottom was not ideal.
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9395
I like the round showers better than the ones we had on the Legend.
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6117
We would NOT get this room or any room on the 6th floor again. Maybe a few floors up. We were right above the Pyramid Lounge and had to listen to bass from music all night long. It was horrible. I kept having to take naps because I was not getting good enough sleep at night. If you go on the 7th or 8th floor that would be better. We liked being in the middle area because we didnt have to figure out which side of the boat to go to after getting to our floor each time but thats it. We would never get a room on this floor again if we were going to go on this boat. It was also REALLY HOT in our room.
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3617

A pleasant surprise. Read a lot of negatives in other reviews, but we simply did not see them. Room was very, very attractive, closet was plenty roomy with lots of hangers and also liked the additional rods that could be pulled down to make extra rods to hang clothes from. Vanity/desk area well lit, 4 drawers on both sides and lots of cubbies on both sides of the mirror. Cooler below the flat screen tv, small oval coffee table and sofa. Plenty of lights, air conditioning worked great, 2 outlets at the desk. We had our bed configured as a king and so it was a little tight getting around it, but we knew and expected that. Bath was great. Well lit, plenty of counter space for the two of us, 3 shelves behind the mirror and another shelf under the sink. I was also surprised to find two wire shelves in the shower for soap, razors, bottles, etc. From other comments, I did not expect to see any as I have read where people bring their own with suction cups; why? How many does one person need to take a shower? The curved doors on the shower are such a great improvement over the shower curtain and we had great water pressure and hot water at all times. Clothesline in the shower as well. This room has only one neighbor on one side. RCTV on the other side of us, but this was one of the quietest rooms we have ever had. Leave the light on in the bath makes for a perfect nite light. Just a short walk to the elevators/stairs. We were very happy with this room.


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Italian Med andypandy123

This was small but ok. We separated the beds to make a bigger space. Closet very small and not enough drawers.


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7665
1st time on Indy Eveshamgirl

7665 good inside near library. Very quiet and little movement. Not very large but adequate.


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6129
Good, quiet room. This room might have been a little shorter than most. You could not go around the bed at all. To get in our out, you had to climb over the bed from the back of it. There was room on the sides, but you came across the furniture in the back corners before you could "escape", thus you had to climb over the bed.
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7523
Small cabin, small bathroom, efficient layout.
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7691
Almost perfect Christine Clarke
The cabin 7691 was kept beautifully clean by our cabin Attendant, she was very happy and pleasant. However, just one critisism, the bed was made into one queen bed and we felt that there was not enough room at the sides of the bed, the settee was up against the wall and the end of the bed was about 6 inches from it meaning we had to sqeeze through to get at the side of the bed. I do think that coffee should be supplied in the cabin as well as tea. The cabin was very quiet, there was plenty of hangers in the wardrobe. Towels and loo rolls always available and clean.
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Was quiet, quite a way from the elevators though - would book more mid ship next time (we were in a cabin at rear of ship) facilities overall were good, and well serviced. would have liked more hangers already in the closet/wardrobe(although we did get some more with no problem when we asked). Bathroom was small but ok for the 2 of us.
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7529
Mediterranean Fling Janet Wright
Our Cabin was very adequate for our needs - when we arrived it was set up as a double bed but we asked the Steward to change this to put the 2 single beds at either side of the room with the 2 bed-side cabinets in the middle - this gave us more room. The closet was adequate, with plenty clean towels always available - only complaint is that Royal Caribbean do NOT provide any toiletries except soap or gel in the shower area. Individual bottles, including body lotion would be appreciated as there would be no need to carry these items adding to our luggage weight (important nowadays with airlines). The location of the Cabin was fine and we experienced no noise problem.
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6363
Great location- obviously small as interiors can be, but very conveniently laid out, perfectly adequate for two adults (even the two women sharing a room). We heard nothing with the door closed- had to open it to hear any of the PA announcements.
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Not the best value for your money bloomington cruiser
Interior stateroom, high deck: Comfortable bed. Nice couch area to sit and watch tv. Bathroom larger than on other ships. Closet, shelving, and drawer space adequate.
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3615
Excellent for an inside stateroom ... very secluded location (for a 3700-passenger ship), convenient to all venues. New shower design is outstanding.
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7521
pretty standard for an inside room, not enough drawer space though.
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7661
Irritating creak from bed light panelling when ship was rocking, at least we knew when the ship was sailing !
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