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17 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (158 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (L)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
Cabin
Rating
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9341
So fun! lindalu62

We had an inside cabin which was very well laid out and designed. It did not feel as cramped as previous inside cabins we have had although believe it was the same square footage...just very well designed. Large closet with plenty of hangers for both of us. Plenty of drawers for storage. Mattress was excellent and had no problem being rocked to sleep each night! :) It was very quiet as well, even during the day. Shower is very small and round, but I actually enjoyed it as I could stick my elbows out and steady myself if the ship was rocking! Adjustable height shower head very nice as well. We loved being on the 9th floor and would do it again as we could take the stairs up and 2 floors and be at the pools and windjammer within 45 seconds of leaving our room! Our room attendant was excellent and straightened up it seemed anytime we left the room, even re made beds after naps, and came back to turn down sheets during dinner. Kept bathroom neat and well stocked with fresh towels.


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7379
7379 - Nice for an interior cabin.
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1279
This cabin was incredibly quiet. Also, it is on the same deck as many suites, so we had a top notch cabin steward!
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1305
1305 good room. For some reason we were placed in a wheelchair usable room. I was really surprised at how much bigger it was. Was literally like a hotel room. And the shower was HUGE HUGE HUGE.
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9639
cabin was well located, quite, near elevators, it was a connecting stateroom so we had a chair instead of a loveseat, but the chair was much more comfortable.
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9645
The stateroom was an interior room, but a higher category on deck 9. The beds were about the most uncomfortable mattresses I've ever slept on. I'm thinking it's because it was a low category room as I've never seen any complaints about them before. It doesn't look it, but there is plenty of storage space. Travelled with my sister and we each had 2 suitcases. Was able to put everything away and not crammed. On the other hand, the bathroom shower is VERY crammed. Like I've read before, don't try to pick up your soap if you drop it!! ha ha
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6437
Had an inside cabin....small, but storage was available in every nook. Clean and served it's purpose. Bed converted into a king. Should have flatscreen TVs to save on space, though. Would not pay for a view or balcony cabin as there is no view at night with the ocean being pitch black and all. This coming from a claustrophobic person....
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