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12 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), Pullman beds, sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (160 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (Q)
Decks: Deck 3 | Deck 6
Cabin
Rating
Comments
8355
Our cabin was quiet, convenient and nicely presented. Our attendant was very good, the towels were reasonable, although we did take issue with the "Pub style" shampoo/shower gel dispenser.
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6439

The cabin was very clean with new carpet and furnishings. The cabin steward kept the room Immaculate without being in your face all of the time.


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9597
Family cruise juliemas

Enjoy the Virtual window, particularly to know that it is morning.
The bed is comfortable. The room is small but practical. I would like to try a bigger room next trip


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Interior room - immaculate, very quiet, healthy temperature
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6167
Cabin 6367 Pleasant. Liked the airconditioning, TV position, and the enclosed Shower
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7125
Cabin was adequate in size with anew slimline TV the carpet was a bit grubby an the couch a bit threadbare. Otherwise it was very good nd was kept very Clem by the steward.
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7383
We had 1 cabin 7383, an inside room. The cabin had plenty enough room and was comfortable. Everything was in working order, very clean. There was plenty of storage space and we were very happy. Quiet part of ship. Loved it
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7215
Could use more closet space. Loved the shower!
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6639
We had an interior lower level stateroom, room 6639. We decorated our door with a Nutcracker Soldier, making it easy to find. Loved, loved, loved our cabin & it's location. Chad kept calling it a closet, but I've seen smaller dorm rooms. Yes, the shower is what I'd envision a time capsule might look like, just don't drop the soap. Ladies, bring a shower cap. We didn't plan to spend much time in our room & the best deals are on the small interior rooms. We were just around the corner from the stairs to everything. It was quiet - no neighbor noise above, below or on our sides. Below us was a dining area & above us, staterooms. The library is one flight up on the 7th & 8th floor. Pick up your daily Sudoku. The Promenade & Guest Services are down one flight on the 5th floor. The buffet dining hall, the Windjammer is up, up, up on the 11th floor. We never had to go to the front of the ship if we were lazy. I read about fans, but one was not needed. The thermostat worked fine. I am pre-menapausal & no one can make it cold enough for me at night. So, I can't complain that I couldn't create small snow flurries. Turning the thermostat all the way to cold should please most. Chad thinks being low & toward the back of the ship really diminished the 'roll'/turbulence/waves. We slept wonderfully - except for the sinus challenges I had. I think the recycled air was tough on my sinuses. Fortunately I came prepared for anything allergy/sinus related. I would book the same room again. And, our room attendant was excellent. The room was very clean when we arrived & I'm a snob about cleanliness.
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9223
We had an interior room. You can think it's midnight in the middle of the day if you turn off the lights. It had a big, so comfortable bed with 4 pillows. They change your sheets everyday and clean about 2-3 times a day. It was tiny. There's a tiny couch, coffee table, desk, tv, 2 night stands. The bathroom has great water pressure and hot water is instant. There's lots of shelves in the closets and throughout the room. There's a safe and refrigerator stocked with sodas and water for a charge when you drink them.
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