Large Interior Stateroom (M): Oasis of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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17 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert to Queen), private bathroom and sitting area. (172 sq. ft.)

Large Interior Stateroom (M)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9
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Cabin 12175
We love interior rooms because when it is hot in the Caribbean and the sun is beating on the windows, our room is staying cool. This was a great room as it was only a couple of floors under the Solarium and a quick elevator ride from the Boardwalk. I was concerned that there would be noise due to its location but there wasn't.
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Cabin 7410
Very nice, it suited us well. Our cabin steward, Maria, was fantastic and very helpful. The bed was very comfortable, and there was plenty of room to move around. The shower was very warm, great water pressure. I never felt claustrophobic or anything like that. We would like to get a balcony next time, though, because we would like to be able to sit on one at night.
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Cabin 11442
Cabin was very clean, steward was very attentive and bed was made constantly with fresh towels. Only bad happening was final day at 7:15 a.m. someone came into our cabin after a brief knock to look at the mini bar contents and we were not awake or dressed.
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Cabin 7409
Inside cabin was great. Very comfortable bed. Nice closet space. Full size couch in the room. Extra clean. We we on the 7th deck right at the front of the boat.
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Cabin 8425
Room 8425 was on the Central park deck (the best), cozy, enough closet space, quiet location, the bed is against the left wall, so you both can' t walk around the bed at the same time. I would have preferred the bed against the back wall. The couch was practical and all the shelving was great!
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Cabin 8418
We had Cabin 8418. We like Inside Cabins because we only spend time in our Cabin to Sleep and most of the Time we are out and about the Ship so why waste Money on a Balcony Cabin when we don't use the Balcony? Also we like a Cabin on a dead end corridor so no loud foot traffic passes our cabin door. I like sleeping in a Dark Room and not being awaken Early by the bright sunlight.
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Cabin 9120
Cabin 9120, nice size interior cabin right at front of ship, not keen on the sliding closet doors though. Bathroom adequate.
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Cabin 3850
Our cabin had an adjoining door to the room next to us. We kept this door locked but found the passengers next to us trying to open this door several times throughout our trip.
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Cabin 10425
No drawers and far from the fun stuff. Stay AFT. Too far from elevators but we were in a quiet hall. But it was like a maze finding it, too many twists and turns.
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Cabin 9763
Disappointed Stan the Man
Great area, right beside the lobby and access to elevators.
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Cabin 11153
Inside large cabin: not worth the exra $50. Closet OK as we do not bring a lot of clothes. Near elevators, we were on deck 11.
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Cabin 9414
9414 ---- was all the way forward. It was quiet. Typical inside room. Thought the bathroom was pretty roomy. The Bed was extremely comfortable!!
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