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Interior Stateroom (N): Vision of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Interior Stateroom Cabins

17 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private bathroom. (135-144 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (N)
Decks: Deck 3 | Deck 4 | Deck 7 | Deck 8
Cabin
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4321
small but efficient for our needs
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2555
Our cabin attendant was one of the most efficient and likable we have ever had. He helped overcome what was probably the smallest inside cabin we have ever had (132 sq ft). The bed was moved against the wall and a detached night stand was on the other side of the bed. We centered the bed and moved the night stand in front of the small couch (somewhat in the middle of the open space in the room)to make it more convenient. The storage in the closet was poorly designed with an upper and lower hanging rods instead of shelving. The lower space was not very usable and could have been used for shelves. The tiny shower was complicated by the use of a shower curtain. One of our fellow inside cabin mates suggested wetting the curtain before showering to make it stick to the structure instead your body.
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7621

Our room was small but adequate and kept immaculately clean at all times!


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2549

Normal size cabin but walls were a little thin. I could hear the kids in the room next to me and here appeared to be some type of crew hallway behind the cabin that I could hear carts rolling down. My room steward was great!


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3809
3809. Tiny room and Bathroom Quiet spot but clicking sound coming from the ceilling when the ship is sailing.
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2613
Older style RC layout which is a little cramped - make sure that you bring smaller suitcases so they can slide under the bed when empty.
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3567
Cabin 3567 - deck 3. One of the cheaper catagories. All adequate. Bathroom - was as small as expected. Shower curtain was annoyingly clingy and I hope they get rid of that soon! Extractor was effective and not too noisy. Only small bar of soap provided and shampoo via a wall dispenser. Cabin general - ok size-wize, mirrors give the impression of more space and light. Decor non-obtrusive beige and green. TV old style was bulky and I'm sure could do with an upgrade to flat screen. No mini-bar fridge, but items (sodas, water and sweets/savouries) left on the vanity. Ice bucket replenished often. Hairdryer working and good quality. Small cupboards dotted around with lots of storage. 6 drawers in vanity for clothes. Wardrobe/closet - spacious and enough hangers available. No problems there. Location: a little confusing as mid-ship and access could be via 4 routes. We identified pictures and a clock to get our bearings! Nice and quiet location, cabins below and above - so no noisy bars or public areas nearby. Very quiet area, but we could have been lucky to have had quiet and courteous neighbours.
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3809
miniature shower, quiet location, easy access to diningroom.
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