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23 Reviews
These Norwegian Pearl Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for your family to cruise. With room for up to four guests, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two more. And of course, room service and many other amenities.

Family Inside (I1)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9 | Deck 10 | Deck 11
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Family Inside Cabin Reviews
Cabin 8525
Jul 2017
Small, but what we expected. Could use one more stool so you don't have to sit on the bed. I won't do an inside again, as there is no sunlight and I always felt like it was nighttime.
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Cabin 10661
May 2017
The room was in a quiet location. It was nicely decorated and comfortable although smaller than we were used to. Next time will book an outside room.
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Cabin 8117
Mar 2017 By: Rach2308
The cabin was great. Clean, newly furnished and decorated well. No odd smells and had a hair dryer even if it felt like it was 10 lbs in weight.
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Cabin 11641
Aug 2015
First Experience By: Janella and Tom
The Cabin and the crew were tops! We slept in the mid section with 4 of us, and the cabin was prepared for the night with the 4th bed raised and an animal towel for entertainment.
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Cabin 8109
Oct 2011
Something is just off By: joy jeg
bathroom was huge because it being wheel chair accessible. Beds were not that comfortable and for more than 2 people you had to use bunk bed or roll out which leaves absolutely no room to move. closet space was smaller than other cruise ships, but had a lot of shelves
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Cabin 9659
Jul 2011
Small but efficient. Plenty of storage space for me, DH and DD. Good location to restaurants.
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Cabin 8503
Aug 2010
Stateroom #8503 is located way in the front of the ship. The room, same as other inside rooms is pretty small at less than 150 sf. The layout is pretty nice though with bathroom where you can move about a little and a standard size shower. The water pressure in the shower was quite low though. Being the cabin at the end, there was no noise at all, but it did rock in the night while the ship was cruising. Also, it required a decent walk to reach to any other place on the ship.
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Cabin 9163
Feb 2010
9163 Inside cabin very small area a lot of storage large baths with sliding glass doors on the showers a sewage smell would show up once in a while in rough seas but if you say something they must dump chemicals down and its gone.They should put your credit card info on your tv daily would cut down on lines and frustration on the last day if you have a problem also be able to book excursions from your room would be nice, and i did have to tip the stewert to make towel animals for my wife daily
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Cabin 8021
Mar 2009
Inside cabin- so we didn't expect much BUT- VERY quiet - both from air conditioner as well as 'no neighbour' noice. Very well laid out and great finishing and quality cabinets, fixtures and bathroom was amazing. Great location close to elevators and handy to everything onboard. Would love a balcony, but on a 7 day trip with 4 ports of call- we only slept in the room anyway- the 'cave' was perfect. Great beds, pillows and duvets! Very clean and the towel animals and steward service superb.
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Cabin 10653
Feb 2009
Handicapped room, so obviously very large. It was an inside cabin. It was also very quiet. We were never disturbed by noise.
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Cabin 11147
Jul 2008
Fabulous cabin for disabled passengers. Spacious, large closets and doorways, roll-in shower, third person sleeps on fold out sofa bed.
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