Interior Stateroom (M): Jewel of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (165 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (M)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8 | Deck 9 | Deck 10
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Interior Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8567
Sep 2016
Cabin 2027
Sep 2016
Very happy with our room. Bed was very comfortable and comparable to those of 5-star hotels. Room tidied and cleaned everytime we left. Shampoo dispenser was empty and when we asked a refill it took over 24 hours for someone to arrive and we were informed it was broken. Mini-bottles were given instead, although these should have probably been there from the start. Some type of lighting that adjusts with time would be nice to account for the lack of windows and overall pitch blackness of the room- although beggars can't be choosers. Room was a great size, would definitely recommend to anyone just using the bedroom for sleep.
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Aug 2016
Group Cruise By: Dance momma
The cabin had plenty of storage space for everything, for the ship just coming out of refit I felt the staterooms still looked older and dated and chips in the vanity!
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Cabin 4539
Nov 2015
Adequate, clean and comfortable. Please upgrade TV and programming. However, I spend little time in the room...
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Cabin 3047
Oct 2015
Normal interior stateroom. Large enough for us and fine bedding to sleep on. If you go on a cruise to stay in your cabin, you are missing the cruise. My opinion. Room steward Gerry was amazing got everything we needed, kept the room clean and provided many towel animals for our enjoyment. We like mid-ship locations and interior rooms so this room is just what we wanted, like the interior for afternoon naps they get nice and dark.
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Cabin 8021
Sep 2015
no complaints whatsoever. We have always had a Balcony cabin in the past and this was our 1st Inside Cabin. Adequate size with lots of closet space. You have to squeeze your baggage under the bed if you have more than one. Shower was of same size as other ships (round cylinder with no bending privileges, etc.). Location of cabin was in forward position but we did not hear any noise nor did we experience any shaking or turbulence. Quick access to elevators
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Cabin 3067
Jun 2015
Typical RC cabin. I appreciate the clothes line in the shower. Nice amount of storage room which was more than adequate for two. LOVE the way I can tip the mirrors on either side of the room vanity to aid in hairstyling. Convenient light switch placement in room but having bathroom switch outside was something I never got use to. Appreciated the reading/night lights on either side of bed. Room attendant Charmaine Pitts was wonderful. Constant airflow was uncomfortable and seemed to dry my eyes and sinuses. Hanging a damp t-shirt or other article of clothing in room seemed to relieve symptoms.
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Cabin 8015
Apr 2012
Jewel of The Seas By: AyeCalypso
Our inside cabin was quiet, and well maintained. I measured it to be 158 sg feet, to include bathroom and closets. No shower curtains but instead a curved shower door. Big Plus.
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Cabin 8639
Apr 2012
We chose an inside cabin because we knew we wouldn't be in there except to sleep. The cabin was adaquate with enough room for us. It was quiet and in excellent shape.
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Cabin 3065
Jul 2010
Jewel of the Seas 2010 By: Stevie Lawson
3065 - modern shower cabinet. ample storage. very dark through night, need torch or to put light on to see way to bathroom. good air con. very quiet as last cabin in section. very little movement or vibration felt. extremely clean.
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Cabin 8581
Jul 2008
Jewel is a Gem! By: traveltilidrop
Interior room was perfectly adequate and a good value as well.
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