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Inside Stateroom (IC): Norwegian Breakaway Cabin Reviews

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Inside Stateroom Cabins

10 Reviews
Inside staterooms feature two lower beds that convert to a queen, a lighted recess above the bed, television, vanity area with shelves and lots of storage space, full-size closet, and a recessed nook under the television.

Inside Stateroom (IC)
Decks: Deck 11 | Deck 13
Cabin
Rating
Comments
5163
First Time Cruiser nicolemarie28
The cabin was small but we were never in there! Our concierge took such good care of us! Our towel animals were awesome!
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11423
This room was adequate for 2 people. my only concern was there was no drawer space for undergarments.
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5700
We had the last cabin available, so I assume it might be one of the worst. However, even with that said, I really didn't mind it. Compared to some of the older ships I have been on, it offered a lot of storage space. Bathroom was very large and offered a nice vanity for your toiletries. My husband complained of noise from the Breakaway theater that was located two decks above us. I use earplugs and never heard a thing and slept like a baby. There was also crew door right next ours which kept opening throughout the night. It's not so bad, but it slammed every time it opened.
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5605
Our inside cabin was very comfortable. The bathroom was large and handy. We always get inside cabins, as you don't spend that much time in them anyway. For the price we can go on more cruises. Our room steward was very friendly and attentive.
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10439
Underserviced summerbreak
Cabin was exactly what we expected. It was fine.
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11423

The room was small, but enough space for 2 and clean. We could here our neighbors the first night.


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