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

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

Interior Stateroom (M)
Decks: Deck 7 | Deck 8
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8699
I was quite surprised at how nice this cabin was because it was one of the least expensive available. Plenty of room for us to store all our clothes which says a lot. We brought several suitcases worth of stuff and it all packed away easily. The only nit I would give is the light switch for the bathroom was on the wrong side of the door. Open door, remember you have to turn the light on first, close door, turn light on, then re-open door. Being on the back of the ship we did feel movement but it didn't bother us. Only a short walk to the aft elevators and right near the dining areas and pools.
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A mixed bag sharpi

Took two interiors (first time no balcony), it was compact but neat with more than enough storage space.


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9489

Nice. We had both interior and ocean balcony. The interior was just fine. I would choose it again. Quiet, dark, easy access to the ships 11th deck.


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2607

Great Stateroom. Clean and comfortable


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6457
Family Cruise CaroleR
Beds were very comfortable, but because the beds were put together, one of us had to literally climb in an out of bed. Couldn't answer the phone unless I climbed onto the bed. Closet was smaller than past ships, but lots of hangers. Good drawer space. Nice having couch to sit on to watch tv. Bathroom nice and easy access to plugs as compared to other ships. Our room was convenient to elevators, but Erica (younger daughter w/ 18 mos old) had problems w/ partying students next door and had to call security one night. Security were quick and effective.
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7707
Quiet because it was at the very back of the ship. Don't get it if you want to be close to elevators. But we were closest to the set of elevators that we used the majority of the time. We also had a connecting room to 7703. I wouldn't get a connecting room otherwise, you only get a chair, not couch, cuz of the door, and you can hear the other room a bit. I rarely heard anything/anyone else. Closet was pretty big, shower tiny.
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7677
7677 - next door to the laundry cupboard which meant it was quiet but a little annoying to constantly see a trolley outside our room.
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1321
We had 2 cabins 1321 and 1325 on Deck 10, right under the Activity Deck - which is Deck 11, also the Windjammer. Both were Interior Staterooms, but pretty decent size, comfortable to the T. Large Size bed, very cushy, neat and clean good size bathroom. Bigger room in comparison to decks under.
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6663
6663 - inside cabin, Good location, port side, aft so it's in easy distance from MyTime dining room.
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2673
We were on the 2nd level at the back in an inside cabin. Sometimes a bit noisy. There was a crew area adjacent to our cabin. Maybe not my first choice next time, but this cruise was a price point I was looking for. It didn't keep us up at night, but we heard it only when we were awake. Quite comfortable for 2 people. It was about 150 sq ft. I'd stay in an inside cabin of this size again. I had trouble seeing the TV in bed. Our beds were seperate and the TV didn't swivel well for me to see it. I had the bed on the side where the desk / TV was. My niece could see it ok. She was in the other corner. Not that it was on much, but we had it on when we went to bed for a bit.
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9583
Small room, but lots of storage space. VERY comfy beds, and the flat screen TV was great because it could be folded in or pulled out and rotated depending on where you are in the room. Great location toward the top of the ship, which made for easy access to most of the ship. Nice and quiet, too.
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