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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private bathroom. (119 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (M)
Decks: Deck 3
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Cabin 7046
Neat, tidy, efficient and thoroughly cleaned twice a day.
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Cabin 3597
Small but adequate and was kept absolutely spotless by our cabin attendant Tomas.
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Cabin 3131
Last minute break Catherine Parkinson
The room was adequate and kept very clean .
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Cabin 5017
Great weekend getaway plainjayne17

Our room was small but was expected. Perfect for two people for a short cruise. Only problem we had was the toilet not flushing maintenance was called 3 times before it was fixed. Our room attendant Cindy was very helpful, nice and professional.

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Cabin 3577

Everything about this cabin was tiny for 3 people. It might be OK for 1 or 2 people. The closet was small and the ladder for the pull down bed was in the way. Also, this is right behind the elevator and stairs. Surprisingly, the elevator wasn't a problem but we heard everyone running up and down the stairs all night long. Also, the fan in the bathroom ran constantly and the shower bubbled up into the drain on several occasions.

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Cabin 5567
5567-VERY SMALL, which we only paid for an inside cabin, but that is the smallest I have ever seen. Not many drawers, shelves, hooks, etc.
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Inside Interior Cabin. Small but very clean and cozy.
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Cabin 3567
Very small closet -- enough space for 2 people for 4 days, if you are willing to recycle an item or two. Very, very limited drawer space, only what's found in the desk. With the bed as a queen, if you sleep on the right side (facing the head from the foot of the bed), expect to not have any possibility of getting up in the middle of the night without waking your partner, as you'll have to crawl over them to get out of bed. Also, bring an alarm clock, as it's next to impossible to determine time of day (indeed, even AM/PM) due to lack of day/night cues in the room. Also, no night-table if the bed is a queen; expect to fumble for your glasses on the desk.
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Not as hyped VeefromToronto
Picture showed a couch, no couch. Not enough space to have a couch, small (even for cruise ships) cabins.
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Cabin 3591
Cabin was small, but you really arent in it much. There was room for your luggage under the bed and in the closet. I would book the same type again if it were a 4 nighter.
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Cabin 3035
Very small compared to CCL cabins. Quite adequate for one person. Not much storage space. Quiet place even though near crew access door.
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Cabin 3511
Fantastic!!!! Marsha
We had a quiet inside cabin that was always kept clean. The bed was very comfortable and the linens they used were similar to a fine hotel. Plenty of closet soace but not enough shelves. Nice size cabin. No windows so you could sleep late.
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Cabin 3525
Tiny cabin, small closet, and only 4 drawers for storage.
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Everything was great from the stateroom attendant to the accomadation. It is small but you have place for everything. We preferred inside because we can sleep when we feel like it (we like to be out at night and to sleep during first half of the day)
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