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These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way to cruise. There's room for up to four guests and they include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and of course, you'll have room service and many other amenities.

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Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9
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6115
Nothing like Cruising Norwegian Style tedsandersvb@gmail.com
Very happy with our cabin facilities. Although we didn't spend a lot of time there, it was perfect for a good night's sleep, with room to store all our things out of the way.
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9545

Cabin was comfortable and well maintained a bit small for 3 people though
good shower and very good beds plenty off storage space


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9169
NCL Jade cabin 9169 - inside category ID. We were pleased with our cabin. Although small, there were three mirrors, which made the room feel much bigger. The bathroom was large and there ample closet/drawer/storage space. We would book an inside cabin again.
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8553
cabin 8553 as spotless and comfortable but very noisy some nights due to a bar and music directly beneath it...........
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8033
Norwegian not of us traceygirl
Interior cabin was on the small side but pretty standard to and interior cabin. The A/C worked well and the bath was standard. It had a bunk and I would not have wanted a 3rd person in this cabin. It was way to small.
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8615
Great location - close to the stairs/elevator but far enough away to be quiet. Great size and storage for an inside room.
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9669
Well planned space. Great, spacious cruise bathroom. Clever use of mirrors to enlarge the space. Who needs a balcony?
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8501
We had an inside cabin that worked fine for the two of us. The cabin was very well thought out with lots of storage (shelves, closet, etc.). The bathroom was larger than the bathroom on our last cruise and was quite sufficient for our needs. Our cabin stewards were wonderful and always called us by name. I have two comments about our specific cabin (#8501). First, the cabin was as far to the front of the ship as possible and as far away from the main dining options as possible. We did a lot of walking, which was fine for us, but may not be a great location for passengers with walking issues. Secondly, there is a crew access door right beside this cabin. The first night of the cruise, I was awakened by noise from this area. However, it never happened again after the first night. We saw crew members accessing that area during the day, but did not have anymore nighttime noise. Therefore, this cabin worked fine for us.
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8531
Quiet location, clean with no signs of tiredness also fridge and teas made with spacios shower
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9161
We occupied 2 cabins on this cruise, Cabin 8629 and 9161. Both were ideal as they are AFT therefore the least amount of walking to the restaurants, reception, buffet. No noise at all, and met our needs entirely.
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