Interior Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private bathroom. (119 sq. ft.)

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Interior Stateroom (Q) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: November 2017
As above - very small! smaller than other interior staterooms. Only two outlets. It helps to separate the beds since then the aisle has more room than if you leave the aisle along the wall. Very clean, though, and Frank was wonderful! Read More
Lackluster at best : Cabin 6007
Sail Date: November 2017
The room was small, but the shower was too small. The curtain they used always got stuck to me. Not enough room to bend over to wash legs. The shower temperature range went from warm to hot. I could not get cool water. With the beds ... Read More
Sail Date: November 2017
Bath smelled like hell, read about it in other reviews, I am sorry i didnt listened because the whole trip was a nightmare Read More
Sail Date: October 2017
The cabin was very dated. While it was very clean, it needed some help. Thankfully our Stateroom attendant Edison was awesome/outstanding. He helped salvage the trip. Our cabin was very noisy based upon its location. This ship is 23 ... Read More
Night mare : Cabin 3071-8082
Sail Date: July 2017
First Time Cruisers : Cabin 3551
Sail Date: July 2017
the cabin was very small without any dressers. it smelled like sewage in the hallways downstairs on the 3rd floor. bed was nice and huge and everything was very clean. Read More
Cruising with friends : Cabin 3071
Sail Date: May 2017
Our cabins were interior cabins, they were decent size, but could have had a bit more storage space, but were adequate. Bed was very comfortable and our cabin steward was awesome! Water was hot in the sink and shower and the quantity of ... Read More
Sail Date: April 2017
Smallest we had ever stayed in. TV was mounted behind the bed, so the only way you could watch tv in bed was to sleep upside down. Read More

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