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 (Q) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: October 2017
Steward was very helpful and courteous . I prefer firmer beds. There was plenty of storage. Read More
Steward was very helpful and courteous . I prefer firmer beds. There was plenty of storage. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
Had an interior cabin with the promenade window. Ketut the the cabin stuard was terrific. Took care of all our needs. Read More
Had an interior cabin with the promenade window. Ketut the the cabin stuard was terrific. Took care of all our needs. Read Less
Great Weather : Cabin 6209
Sail Date: February 2017
The cabin seemed smaller than usual. It was a real squeeze getting past the furniture to walk down beside the bed. This cabin was also noiser that we ae used to. There was a very distinct noise and vibration that came up through the bed at ... Read More
The cabin seemed smaller than usual. It was a real squeeze getting past the furniture to walk down beside the bed. This cabin was also noiser that we ae used to. There was a very distinct noise and vibration that came up through the bed at time. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
We specifically chose NOT to have a window as I am prone to seasickness and if I don't see outside then I feel better. Very comfortable bed, loads of storage, two seater couch, nice clean bathroom. Read More
We specifically chose NOT to have a window as I am prone to seasickness and if I don't see outside then I feel better. Very comfortable bed, loads of storage, two seater couch, nice clean bathroom. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2016
Our room was an inside cabin, I was told that they were very small, but I found it to be perfect size, I was able to unpack both of our suitcases and put everything away, and still had storage space left. I found the space to be plenty ... Read More
Our room was an inside cabin, I was told that they were very small, but I found it to be perfect size, I was able to unpack both of our suitcases and put everything away, and still had storage space left. I found the space to be plenty for the two of us, we weren't in there much any way. Our stateroom attendant was great. I didn't officially meet him, but ocassioonslky when I'd be walking Down the hall he would call out to me (by my name) and say hello to me. I assume he was my stateroom attendant or that's just weird lol. My daughter absolutely loved the towel animals. She would claim them as hers and walk around with them until they became undone Read Less
Sail Date: February 2015

Marvin, our room attendant, was great! He knew our names before we even met him, he always asked if we needed anything, and he left the best towel animals in our room every night! The room and bathroom were very clean. And no matter ... Read More

Marvin, our room attendant, was great! He knew our names before we even met him, he always asked if we needed anything, and he left the best towel animals in our room every night! The room and bathroom were very clean. And no matter what kind of shape we left the room in, Marvin always came in and tidied it up. The only problem we had was some seasickness. 30 minutes after leaving Port Canaveral my daughter and I were both nauseous. We bought some of the wrist bands in the general store on board (note: bring your own! everything's very pricey on board!). Thank goodness they worked. But the ship rocked horribly every single night. Several nights I had to get up and take the hangers down out of the closet because they were banging against the wall. And one night I sat and watched my tube of chapstick roll back and forth on the desk between my daughter's hair straightener and my hair dryer. Back and forth, back and forth. The last night was the worst, I couldn't even sleep for the rocking. My daughter had taken her bands off while in port and forgot to put them back on when we got on the ship; we missed dinner that night because she was sick (she had been in the room the whole time). Within an hour of putting the bands on, though, we were at the going away show. Let me say, that our room was at the very front of the ship, so that may have made a difference. Also, someone told me that the newer ships have better stabilizers. I believe the Explorer was built in 2000.

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