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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.

Mid-Ship Inside Stateroom (IE)
Decks: Deck 5
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Cabin 5427
The cabin was roomier than we expected, especially the bathroom! Two could actually move about easily together. The bed was so comfortable! There was ample room in the closet for our many clothes and shoes! The six suitcases we brought stowed well under the bed.
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Cabin 11633
No complaints about the room. Everything was as expected. We didn't "click" with our steward and pretty much steered clear of him, but we don't wish to lodge a complaint or anything...some people just don't get on well. However, we got on terrifically with all other crew members and performers. Que sera, sera.
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Cabin 5617
What's Up With This goldvsmith
Cabins: Plain inside cabin Floor 5 (Cheap) and biggest cabin and bathroom I have ever been in of my 14 cruises.
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Cabin 5161
Disappointed ronandrea1977
average size
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Cabin 12651
Our room is clean at all time. Stocked with important basic needs. Can i recommend to add a skin lotion in the bathroom especially i forgot to bring lotion. Mr. Jess, our housekeeper did a wonderful job! Thank you very much! We enjoyed the ice bucket filled with ice everyday, the lifestyle daily for our daily itinerary actiivities and most of all our animal towels! Very creative!
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Cabin 14623
small but comfortable very clean
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Cabin 5155

For such a short sailing, we opted for an interior cabin since we figured we wouldn’t spend much time there. Our first mistake was choosing a cabin on the 5th floor below the Atrium (what were we thinking!?!?) – since it was so cold outside, the party in the Atrium was still booming at 3 AM. Speaking of which, the meeting rooms and library were right next to the Atrium so sounds of the raucous crowd and instruments came right through the walls (horrible design and planning!). The stateroom and more importantly, the bathroom, were quite roomy, especially for a newer ship. There was a noticeable lack of drawers (as my mom noted, where do people keep their undergarments!?), but I didn’t find it to be a problem.


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