Interior Stateroom (Q): Legend of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private bathroom. (138 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (Q)
Decks: Deck 2
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Interior Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 2035
Nov 2016
Cabin was fine and was as expected. Shower area a bit small but ok for us slim folk. Near but not too near stairs/lifts Cabin attendant very good greeted us by name whenever we saw him.
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Jul 2016
Fantastic Cruise By: Travellingkiwi
Can't remember what number our room was but it was great nice comfy King bed, kettle and fantastic room attendant.
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Cabin 2543
Dec 2015
Rooms were so quiet ,lots of closet space, Bathroom compact as expected, Bed real comfortable, Aircon on max cooling constantly and very comfortable. Did not dry my mouth out like many cruises. Great cabin to come back to. You don't need to live in it. Cheapest access to a great cruise.
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Cabin 2045
Nov 2015
Cabin 2733
Mar 2015
Smallest cabin we have ever been in. After 21 nights we were glad to go home. First time we haven't had a fridge in our room, and so we needed ice buckets to keep a medication cold. Creaks and groans all night long. Pillows left a lot to be desired. Asked for and got a contoured pillow?
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Jan 2015
Old but graceful By: deer horn
The room was for sleeping. The stewart, Alexander did everything right. We do inside rooms. The only ting we do in these rooms it sleep. if its night, or an afternoon nap. When we cruise its for the people contact, and socialization. This class of ship makes showering a challenge, we go to the spa for that.
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Cabin 2789
Mar 2011
small comfortable room. with luxurious classic interior. small bathroom but still can provide us enough room to do our personal stuffs. Clean enough. We couldn't see the outside world and didn't know the time. there was a tiny television that broadcasting local channel of Royal Caribbean cruise line and some international channel.
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