We were pleasantly surprised by the space within our interior stateroom and within the ensuite bathroom. The beds were firm but comfortable. Enough wardrobe space and hangers. Shower had really good water pressure and was easy to operate. The hairdryer was also powerful. Temperature control allowed us to turn heating higher or lower as we wished. Decor was fine. Our cabin stewardess was lovely and created the famous towel animals for us every evening. Wouldn't hesitate to book an interior in this category again. Read entire member review >>
adequate. clean. felt there was enough space for two people. shower a bit tight but manageable. only bar soap and shampoo dispenser in room. bed mattress is ready for replacement. I was fine but hubby came home with achy back. Read entire member review >>
This room is in an excellent location as it is midway on deck 9, port side. The hallway on deck 9 is wider than the other decks. There was no noise from other floors and overall was quite. Read entire member review >>
This cabin is small but adequate. There seamed to be noise that is echoed in between the walls from other floors. Although there were rooms above and below you could hear chairs being moved at some location that was being channeled through the walls. Very faint you could hear what seamed like a telephone ringing all the time. Maintenance was called and could not figure it out. Storage space in this room is not as much as other inside rooms on the ship. However, location is good for the dining areas. You have the formal dining several decks below you and the Windjammer two decks up and all on same end of ship. Read entire member review >>
For a family of 4 it was tight but expected. The pullman beds come from the ceiling and are over the main bed. Overall it was nice and clean and our steward did just fine. Nothing to really brag or complain about here. I would get a balcony room next time if one is available with 4 people. Read entire member review >>
We had two adjoining stateroom for me, my wife and daughter, and wife's grandmother. The three of us were in one room, with Grandma next door. There was enough room for all of us, though obviously it felt tight at times. What do you expect? It's a cruise-ship stateroom. That being said, having the bed pushed against one wall, instead of in the middle with nightstands on both sides, opened up a lot of space. Also, the curtain is a very nice touch that provided some much-needed separation, especially when daughter was sleeping. The room was always clean, and had a few hidden storage areas. I don't think there were quite enough drawers, but don't take that as a complaint. I don't see how they could provide more.We moved the coffee table into the closet, which also provided a lot of extra room.Bathroom was clean, and shower was a glass door instead of a curtain.The beds were heavenly! I think they were new as of Freedom's recent drydock. Soft but not too soft, cozy but not too warm, and pillows were excellent. I wanted to transport the bed back home with me. Carpets were very clean!Overall, excellent staterooms. Read entire member review >>
Interior cabins (L) are pretty small. The showers are tiny! However, the cabin was very quiet. I slept great. We were on Deck 10, which was a great location. We just had to walk up one flight of stairs to the Windjammer, Pool, and Fitness Center. Read entire member review >>
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