Interior Stateroom (N): Jewel of the Seas Cabin Reviews

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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (165 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (N)
Decks: Deck 3 | Deck 4
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Interior Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8027
Jun 2017
The cabin was adequate. It was a little roomier than I remembered on the last cruise. It was clean and comfortable.
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May 2017
Fun Cruise By: mandaj07
Despite being close to the centrum, I was pleasantly surprised by how quiet our room was at night. Still, bring ear plugs. A few nights when they have louder parties later at Centrum, you'll need them if you plan on sleeping instead of dancing the night away.
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Cabin 2013
Mar 2017
Cabins on the 2nd deck are great because they're next to the gangway (exit). When everyone's getting back on the ship and waiting for elevators to take them up, you can walk past them and into your room :) Also, the rooms are not as tiny, we thought, as reviews made them out to be, but the shoe hangar tip is a good one, as well as pushing your luggage under your bed. Jermaine was so nice! And he made towel animals for us ^^
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Cabin 3131
Feb 2017
As noted above, although the cabin was clean and our cabin attendant provided outstanding service, the maintenance issues (including the strong smell of diesel fumes at times) left us disappointed
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Cabin 3055
Jan 2017
Nice size. Closets are laid out well, plenty of nooks and crannies for storing items. Do not get room 3055 though. It is above a crew corridor and you hear squeeking doors all night!
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Cabin 4539
Nov 2016
I love the interior hallway off the main hallway but I'm not sure what was above us as often we heard things rolling over our head at night. Also when the sea was a little rough we rocked from head to toe instead of side to side which wasn't as pleasant.
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Cabin 3125
Jul 2015
The cabin was a standard interior. The cabin itself was adequate, but it's location was less than pleasant. It was right under the dining room's galley. From 22:00 until 1am I could hear banging, clanking and various noises from the cleanup staff above me. My steward was excellent and went way above and beyond in making sure I got all I needed.
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Cabin 3069
Dec 2014
I thought this room was larger than some of the newer ships I'd been on. No complaints. The room was clean, enough lighting. Bathroom was standard.
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Cabin 3561
Feb 2013
Another Jewel of a cruise By: lovetosail48
3561 was a GTY so I had no choice. Deck 3 a bit noisy just above crew area and I could hear their announcements.
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Cabin 4561
Dec 2011
Really enjoyed this one! By: Big Bob 1
#4561 is small but very convenient, right off the Centrum; equal distance fore and aft.
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Cabin 2015
Oct 2010
This cabin is located on the lowest passenger level. If you come down the stairway you enter this deck on regular flooring not carpet. If you want to rub elbows with the crew and entertainers this is the deck to be on.
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Jul 2010
The Baltics highs and lows By: graham shepherd
The cabin was extremely noisy, with the engine being very near, sleeping was impossible for the whole journey. IT was clean and the staff very polite and helpful. The size was fine.
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Cabin 4045
Jan 2010
Small. Good closet space. A little noisy. Excellent refurbished bathroom. Bed a little squishy. A bit of wear on the sheets. They didn't even give us a pen to write with.
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Cabin 4535
Oct 2008
4535 convenient and quiet
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