Interior Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area, vanity area, and a private bathroom. (158 sq. ft.)

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Interior Stateroom (Q) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2012
The interior cabin was so dark and quiet you could sleep for hours.You can re-arrange some things to make it more accommodating. Bring some air freshener for the tiny bathroom and damp clothes/towels. The televisions on the mariner are old ... Read More
The interior cabin was so dark and quiet you could sleep for hours.You can re-arrange some things to make it more accommodating. Bring some air freshener for the tiny bathroom and damp clothes/towels. The televisions on the mariner are old and bulky and hopefully in 2014 the will be replaced with flat screens. Lots of space under the beds for storage. Safe worked good and we had more hangers and pillows delivered. Next cruise I will get a balcony room.We also put a suction cup dry-erase board on the door to leave notes for our family, as you will have no phone or Internet access...shocking with today's technology.Room attendants were spectacular and friendly. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2010
Our inside cabin was spacious with plenty of wardrobe space. We had everything we needed in our cabin. There is a shampoo dispenser in the shower cubicle. Read More
Our inside cabin was spacious with plenty of wardrobe space. We had everything we needed in our cabin. There is a shampoo dispenser in the shower cubicle. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2010
#8211 is a standard inside stateroom. It is located at the very end of the hall and is very quiet. Read More
#8211 is a standard inside stateroom. It is located at the very end of the hall and is very quiet. Read Less

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