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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area and a private bathroom. (151 sq. ft.)

Large Interior Stateroom (L)
Decks: Deck 2 | Deck 3 | Deck 4 | Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Cabin 4013
Noticed a strange, wet-towel odor in the bathroom when we first arrived. Bed extremely comfortable, and being in an interior room, felt like we were sleeping in a cave (probably another reason why we overslept 9/10 nights). Vanity is sufficient, also good closet space. Bathroom was tiny, weak water pressure in the sink, but good pressure and temperature in the shower. Also a small couch and table in the room that we pretty much used as storage for clothes. Clothing line is actually in the shower, which made it hard to shower without getting whacked in the face by your drying bathing suits. Also, small selection of things to watch on TV. Lots of kiddie shows and shows in Spanish, and repeated movies. Our room was toward the front of the ship, so we heard and felt pretty much everything. If you're a light sleeper, try to get a room in mid-ship, or toward the back.
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Cabin 8079
Average and ok MommaMickey
This cabin seemed smaller than 151sq ft advertised but it was nicely appointed. It was very quiet, a wonderful plus. Storage space was at premium as there were no shelves in closet. Beds were excellent. Lighting good.
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Cabin 8077
Dream holiday Dazzymax
Plenty of wardrobe and drawer space, Nice big comfortable bed to sleep in, Room cleaned to a very high standard. Flat screen TV which you could tune into the morning show to watch the Cruise Director Rich and Entertainment Manager Daniel tell you all about the different activities that were happening that day, also you were given a Cruise Compass everyday so you knew where and what time these events were happening. Top tip - take a small illuminated battery operated clock with you if you have an inside cabin as it's hard to tell whether it's daylight as there are no windows.
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The cabin had stained sheets, the walls had marks on them and room service was very relaxed about cleaning the room.
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Cabin 3019
First time with Royal skip.brandy

Made (Mady) very nice, pleasent, cabin always clean,
The shower is small, don't know what heavy people would do, we're 5.5 and 5..6.
Do miss the lotions, and shampoos given with the "X"


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Cabin 3315

While this was a small room, it was SUPER CLEAN, very well kept and great closet space. My husband I are both over 6' tall, so the shower was definitely tight but sufficient. For our interior cabin, I found it good to keep on the "ship's channel" on the outside Webcam from the deck so our TV essentially became a "port window" and we'd get up when the sun would rise, thanks to the TV..


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Cabin 2085

Cabin was fine


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Cabin 3619

Adequate, but zero amenities in bathroom. Toilet paper was thin & rough, like in public washrooms. The soap was marginally better. I perfer "Charmin" instead of towel animals.


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Cabin 3065

Not sure why it was considered a large interior, as it was significantly smaller than some of the regular interior staterooms on other cruise lines. Perhaps it was the tiny, half couch that made some difference. A great location as there were no neighbors on either side, only above...


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Our LARGE interior cabin was on deck 3, but not on the starboard or port side. We were actually down a small hallway that only had 11 cabins. It was very quiet, because only the people that were staying in those 11 rooms would be walking in the hallway. Thus, no late night party animals talking loudly at 2 AM! When we book again, we would definitely book this little nook!
If ours was a LARGE interior, I would hate to be in a regular interior. Our room was small & compact! But we are only in the room to: sleep, shower, change clothes & brush our teeth! No shampoo, conditioner or body wash - just a bar of soap. Shower curtain was a challenge. Much prefer the ships with a shower door.


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Cabin 2007
Horrible go_vols

Horrible location ...right beside of house keeping....so noisy...no sleep.


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Almost Perfect teacherman

Good to have an inside room when the sun does not set for 3 straight days.


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Cabin 4561
Nice Enough teacherman

We had a basic inside cabin on deck 4 (4561). It was average size, decent storage space. We did hear noise from the casino above us, but it did not keep us from sleeping.


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Quiet location, good sized for two adults only.
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Cabin 3567
Our Cabin was an inside one, it was very comfortable, well maintained, there was no fridge.
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Cabin 4043
Wonderful! Cruisering
Good location - right near stairs and elevator - down the hall from Aquarious dining room and Centrum. Room was small, but efficiently designed.
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Inside cabin, cate L was fine with us-we've smaller and bigger! Bathroom was OK, as were furnishings; I though storage space was good, liked the little "nookes and crannies" to store things. Should we have been able to hear announcements in our cabins? For us, we could not hear them.
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Cabin 4051
Access to stateroom corridor was awkward since it was through a closed door to the atrium (with a constant chance of hitting someone on the other side when opening it), Lots of space for an inside cabin, Comfortable sitting area, Very difficult to reach one side of the bed (in queen configuration) due to curtains and television cabinet

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