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The Standard Inside Staterooms have lower beds which are convertible to one queen-size bed. Each includes a private bath with shower. A minimum category with maximum comforts.

Large Interior Stateroom (L)
Decks: Deck 2 | Deck 3
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Cabin 2691
Old ship falling apart. LBFLEX@aol.com
The good, nice towels and a lot of storage space. Bad everything else, propeller noise when ship is docking but otherwise a quiet room, bathroom in bad shape, tiles falling off,mold, stains on the floor, so many safety handles in the shower you cant turn around. Old TVs, DVD player velcroed under the TV which periodically fell during the night. Storage bins under the beds initially unusable was fixed later in the cruise.
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Cabin 2683

we had a large interior stateroom towards the back of the ship.
The room was quite large. but the bathrooms were tiny and gross. it smelled like a gas station bathroom. no ventilation, dated tiles and bathroom decor. ugly and stinky. Plus the toilet stopped working one day and the hot water stopped as well. they were having major plumbing issues in several state rooms. i think it's because its super old.
The room had plenty of storage. about 4 closets and 6 drawers. plenty! There was also plenty of lighting in the room so that was nice. The only negative about the room was the brown tinted mirror in the main room. I don't know why it was tinted but you couldn't use it to put on your make up. very strange.

On our way off the ship, we peaked inside stateroom 2555. HUGE! MASSIVE! if you can this room you should! it's like they had a living room in there too~!


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Cabin 2664
Our cabin location on the Main deck was quiet, never heard a peep, bang, or hallway noise. It was clean and ample space for the 4 or us, although we never sat in the cabin. Lots of storage and the shower was large enough. We pushed the coffee table under the desk to make more floor space as the chair had been removed.
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