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Standard Interior Stateroom
Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed and shower. Approximately 141–226 sq. ft.

Standard Interior Stateroom (MM) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: October 2015
I was traveling by myself and booked late and got a great price. The room was quiet except I was just forward of the engine, so there was a little noise but I got earplugs after 2 weeks. Everyone was raving about the walk-in closets. ... Read More
I was traveling by myself and booked late and got a great price. The room was quiet except I was just forward of the engine, so there was a little noise but I got earplugs after 2 weeks. Everyone was raving about the walk-in closets. Since I had never taken a nice cruise, I didn't know any different. There were also drawers under the beds. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2014
Of some 10 "inside cabins" on other Lines, this was the smallest ever. (Normally my husband and I had a nice bed and space in inside cabin as I did in past when alone. #511 was a narrow cot, not a bed. Do understand large walk-in ... Read More
Of some 10 "inside cabins" on other Lines, this was the smallest ever. (Normally my husband and I had a nice bed and space in inside cabin as I did in past when alone. #511 was a narrow cot, not a bed. Do understand large walk-in closet takes up much of sq. ft. as does nice-size bathroom. But I would never recommend this as a cabin for 2 unless both were young, agile, and used to tiny spaces such as a tent or bunk-beds on a military ship, etc. I paid 160% of full fare because I was travelling solo. This was lucky since a 2nd person would not have fitted. Read Less