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Superior Interior Stateroom
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private bathroom. (172 sq. ft.)

Superior Interior Stateroom (J) Cabin Reviews

I had a large interior room on the 8th floor which was nice, with plenty of storage. The closet did not have any shelves, but there were lots of drawers and a few shelves near the desk area. The bathroom was small of course, but well ... Read More
I had a large interior room on the 8th floor which was nice, with plenty of storage. The closet did not have any shelves, but there were lots of drawers and a few shelves near the desk area. The bathroom was small of course, but well designed except for the sink faucet which was set too far back so that it was sort of difficult to wash your hands. Overall, pleased with the room. I hadn't booked an interior room before but knew our itinerary would be port stops every day except one sea day, so I wouldn't be in the room much anyway. It worked out just fine. Read Less
Sail Date October 2015
Cabin 8523 is below the pool deck; not the pool itself but where the band plays. So during the late morning and afternoon you can hear the band in the room. We never heard anything before late morning and didn't hear any noise after ... Read More
Cabin 8523 is below the pool deck; not the pool itself but where the band plays. So during the late morning and afternoon you can hear the band in the room. We never heard anything before late morning and didn't hear any noise after 3:00 p.m. Besides that, we loved how convenient the room was to so much of the ship. We always ate in the windjammer and could be there in five minutes. The gym, which we frequented was the furtherest away (but I will not complain about walking to the gym to exercise.) Read Less
Sail Date September 2011