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

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Interior Stateroom (L) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: September 2017
Had an guaranteed inside cabin at the very front of deck nine. Never before been that far forward but it turned out just fine. Water was flat the entire trip so that may have helped. Our cabin steward did a super job, even leaving us ... Read More
Sail Date: August 2017
AWFUL - Our stateroom attendant Boren did his very best to make us happy in a room that was literally almost unlivable upon entry due to the very very strong mildew smell (the smell also is pervasive in all of deck 6 aft, as well as Star ... Read More
Sail Date: July 2017
The cabin was a bit smaller than what we were used to (we usually travel on inside cabin), it had a king size bed and the vanity area with a single person sofa (we usually get a sofa for 2 people, this is how or why I believe the size of ... Read More
Sail Date: July 2017
Our cabin on Deck 8 was adequate for our needs. The bed was larger than expected and comfortable. The room was well maintained by staff at all times during the cruise. Our stateroom attendant was Imade Agus Saputra with whom we were ... Read More
Just an ok cruise. : Cabin 8445
Sail Date: September 2016
Cabin ok. No coffee table. Bathroom really small. Bed really hard,but tolerable because I asked for a mattress topper. Cabin steward ok except for one night he forgot to leave a daily compass for me. Read More
Cattle Call : Cabin 7335
Sail Date: September 2016
The cabins are pretty much the same unless you are flush with money. The best thing about any cabin we have had is the room steward. Joseph was one of the best we have had. Read More
Lots of Fun! : Cabin 7637
Sail Date: July 2016
Cabin was fine just a bit smelly. Read More

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