Large Interior Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area and a private bathroom. (146 sq. ft.)

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Large Interior Stateroom (L) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: July 2017
The cabin was small, as expected. It is oriented horizontally which makes getting into the bed on the side of the TV and dresser a little tricky when the two beds are pushed together. Our two kids shared an adjacent room. Their beds were ... Read More
Summer Holiday Weekend : Cabin 4765
Sail Date: June 2017
Our stateroom was an interior cabin located off of the main passageway. The room was small and generally quiet. There were many small drawers for storage. We should have brought more hangers from home for the closet. If we did not close ... Read More
Great Ship and Staff : Cabin 7115
Sail Date: June 2017
This cabin was full of storage space, I was amazed. Clean and plenty of room to move around. Read More
Sail Date: June 2017
This was our first time to try an inside cabin, but it won't be the last. We were nervous since we'd always had a balcony or a window, but we were fine. Yes, it was small, but we never felt claustrophobic, The worst part was the shower ... Read More
Sail Date: June 2017
I was very disappointed in the cabin size. It was advertised as a large interior stateroom; but it was THE smallest interior stateroom I've ever been in. That particular cabin at least should not be advertised as "large." With ... Read More
Sail Date: May 2017
Cabin was sufficient for two, comfortable and enough storage space for all of our luggage Read More
Sail Date: May 2017
The cabin was a bit close but still very accommodating. The bed was very comfortable. The room was kept clean. Enjoyed the various animals at bedtime! Read More

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