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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 4 | Deck 5
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Cabin 5527
Perfect Getaway myogeto
Cabin was roomier than we expected. Bathroom was way bigger then we thought it would be. Lots of closet space.
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We had an inside cabin on the 11th floor, mid-ship, starboard/right side. It was a comfy room, a little small but we were hardly in our room for this port intensive itinerary, so we chose to spend the $ on shore excursions. Our cabin steward was great. The bathrooms were a nice size and I especially liked that the shower had a sliding glass door instead of curtain. In the hallways, the carpet have little fish designs on it to show which direction you were headed - the head of the fish always faces the front of the ship, the tail always pointing to the rear. I thought this was pretty clever.
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Cabin 5525
Maybe I'm Jaded hewetta
Loved the shower. The Cabin was small but very quiet.
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Cabin 9161
The cabin was quite snug but fine for a single passenger. I had requested the bed in a single, queen bed set-up and then moved it to one side of the room. With it centered, you had to duck around the folded-up bunk bed on some side and attempt to shimmy around the other side by the small take that was only 6 inches away. I definitely recommend getting the twin bed configuration if you are sharing these cabins with someone. That said the bed was very comfortable although that may be in part because I pre-ordered and foam topper for it. Otherwise the furniture consisted of a small table and with straight back chair with a television on the shelf above and a tiny stool in front of a small counter. There were three drawers and five open shelves in addition to the closet--again O.K. for a single but might be tight for two. There was also a mini-bar that was actually cold enough for storing milk--yahoo! And the shower---OMG, I loved the shower which was almost twice the size as most inside cabins provide and it had a sliding door instead of one of those flimsy curtains that always let the water all over the floor. Storage around the sink was the usual size for most cruise ships. A nifty feature on the Jade are these dials outside your door where you can move the wheel to say Do Not Disturb, Welcome, Please Make up the Cabin, etc. A much handier way than those cardboard things you hang on the door knob on other ships. My major criticism of the cabins was the lack of information. There was no information binder in the cabin as I've found on other cruise lines so the only source of information was the daily program which was not great. This meant there was no phone directory or no list of television channels. Fortunately I had learned from another CC review that I could request from the front desk a schedule of movies for the week; this was very nice as I'm a big movie lover. This cabin's location (Deck 9, aft) was ideal for someone like me who likes quiet. I never heard anything--it was great. And there was quick access to the stairs/elevators to the dining areas.
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Cabin 11081
Cabin service was good. Room was clean and well taken care of.
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Cabin 5565
Great. Nice and quiet and the beds are wonderfully. Plenty of space as your suitcases go under the beds. Hairdryer works a treat.
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The ship cabins are small, there were three of us and two had to share a bunk bed. Good thing the third person was younger because it would’ve taken a lot of effort for me to get up and down off of it.
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Cabin 11037
We chose an inside cabin because we are typically only in the room to sleep and get dressed. It was nice and spacious, and very comfortable. I will say, however, that our room was located on deck 11, and we could hear music and noise from the pool and lounge area above us, but the noise usually stopped at 11 pm, thankfully. When booking, make sure you ask if your room is near typically loud areas, as it may be a problem for some, especially if you like to retire early.
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Cabin 8003
Highly Recommended richard1250

Cabin 8003 near the front bulkhead on deck 8. A bit noisy when arriving at a port as a lot of machinery could be heard that you would never sleep through. large shower room and nicely furnished.


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Cabin 5527
I thought the cabin layout was good and they even replaced the TV in our cabin on this cruise, but they could get rid of the table in the room as it serves no real purpose and we just hide it out of the way. The closet and storage space is a god size and teh fact you have a glass door instead of a shower curtain is certainly welcome.
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Cabin 4511
Strange noises all day but especially when underway. Loud motor/transformer hum from the electrical room next door and rattling noises every time the front thrusters started. Sounded like chains rattling or similar. 11th deck was fine. Overall design/layout was actually quite good although narrow, lots of US electrical sockets (5 in all?) and two European ones (including the shaver socket).
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Cabin 5531

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