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Standard Interior Stateroom
Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, shower. Approximately 151–233 sq. ft.

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Standard Interior Stateroom (M) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: May 2019
Not bad for interior. You can walk all the way around the bed unobstructed. The bathroom is a bit larger than other cruise ship bathrooms. The curtain removes that "shower in a cigar tube" feeling of the hard shell showers on ... Read More
Not bad for interior. You can walk all the way around the bed unobstructed. The bathroom is a bit larger than other cruise ship bathrooms. The curtain removes that "shower in a cigar tube" feeling of the hard shell showers on other lines. Storage is adequate but not generous. Good sized TV. Mini fridge that you can ask to have the liquor etc to be removed and you can put your own stuff in there. There is no couch, but it does have a chair. I guess this is the trade off for the larger bathroom. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2011
Typical cabin layout, but HAL offers the most comfortable mattresses among other cruise lines we said before. Furnitures and carpet were in average condition.
Typical cabin layout, but HAL offers the most comfortable mattresses among other cruise lines we said before. Furnitures and carpet were in average condition. Read Less
Mediterranean Moments : Cabin 7014
Sail Date: June 2009
We were in an inside cabin.  We found for the compact size that it was, it was very efficiently designed.  There was plenty of storage space and they provided sufficient hangers and shelf space.  We were forward in the ship on deck ... Read More
We were in an inside cabin.  We found for the compact size that it was, it was very efficiently designed.  There was plenty of storage space and they provided sufficient hangers and shelf space.  We were forward in the ship on deck seven and close enough to the elevators.  Our only concern was their vacuum type plumbing system.  At peak times there was often a delay in flushing. Read Less

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