Interior Stateroom (L): Mariner 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. (158 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (L)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7
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Interior Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 6441
Apr 2017
OK well appointed although hard to find initially - couple of complaints were attended to in short time. King size bed was great but not enough space to move around it!!! We were surprised that we did not get shown to our cabin on embarkation as we do on ships in other lines Companies. The Steward was one of the best we have had in 19 cruises.
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Cabin 6453
Oct 2015
Utter Disgrace By: Linsey5517
Clean and cabin boy was brilliant. !!!!
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Cabin 8669
Dec 2014
Very long narrow cabin. A long way from lift.
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Jan 2013
Our cabin was very typical inside stateroom. I did like the flat screen tv. The bed did not allow for any space on the side to get in and out of, we had to slide off each morning. Would prefer some room on each side it would be much easier to get in and out of.
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Cabin 1557
Apr 2012
Great location for access to pool deck and Windjammer. First area to disembark. Very quite. Cabin works for 2 adults and 2 children but not for 4 adults.
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Mar 2012
Just before spring break By: Lamar Cheeks
No complaints. Cabin is fine.
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Cabin 8533
Feb 2012
Quiet location, average closet and storage space for an interior cabin, good location for accessing the Solarium adult deck; poor location for accessing meals. Food experience discounted to a 3 from a 4 by poor selection at breakfast and lunch. Same thing every day. Egg dishes were particularly flavorless.
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Cabin 9561
Nov 2010
Handicapped cabin was perfect size and location. Could use a little more storage & cooler refrigerator. Also, disabled rooms should have push-button open/close after putting key in lock (doors are a bit heavy)
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Cabin 9655
Jan 2010
9655 is on the left side, Deck 9, mid-aft. We usually pick a cabin in this area since it seems to be the smoothest in rough seas...and this one was rough the last couple of days!
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Aug 2009
Best ship ever! By: sanmarcoscruiser
Good size interior cabin - little motion, good size bathroom, showers all have doors instead of curtains (what a plus). There is a little couch and table which comes in handy.
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Cabin 7517
May 2009
Just Okay By: dlc9831
Far from the elevator, LOUD (near a service elevator or something that you can hear all day AND night!)
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