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Large Interior Stateroom
The Standard Inside Staterooms have lower beds which are convertible to one queen-size bed. Private bath with shower. A minimum category with maximum comforts.

Large Interior Stateroom (K) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: June 2013

Cabin 352 on Deck #6, Lower Promenade Deck is a good cabin. Nary a problem.

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Cabin 352 on Deck #6, Lower Promenade Deck is a good cabin. Nary a problem.

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Sail Date: June 2013

We stayed in an inside stateroom on the Main Deck, category K. Plenty of storage room, larger shower than some. Nicely appointed. As usual only one electrical outlet. Bring along a power strip and/or extension cord! Quite and dark. ... Read More

We stayed in an inside stateroom on the Main Deck, category K. Plenty of storage room, larger shower than some. Nicely appointed. As usual only one electrical outlet. Bring along a power strip and/or extension cord! Quite and dark. Essential for a good night's sleep.

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Sail Date: March 2013
Our Inside Cabin 412 on Deck #6 was fresh as a daisy. Very good temp. control and very new bathroom made for a most acceptable abode. Read More
Our Inside Cabin 412 on Deck #6 was fresh as a daisy. Very good temp. control and very new bathroom made for a most acceptable abode. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2011
I was in 690 on Main Deck. I was very satisfied with this cabin. I was traveling in the cabin independently, so the spaciousness may have been due to the fact I wasn't sharing with anyone! I was most impressed with all of the storage. ... Read More
I was in 690 on Main Deck. I was very satisfied with this cabin. I was traveling in the cabin independently, so the spaciousness may have been due to the fact I wasn't sharing with anyone! I was most impressed with all of the storage. There are four closets, a desk with drawers and two night stands. This cabin had a very comfy sofa which can be used for a third passenger - there is also a drop down bunk which can accommodate a fourth so all of the storage is actually due to the fact this cabin can sleep four in a squeeze! In an effort to be eco friendly and use less energy, you should know there is only ONE outlet for the ENTIRE cabin...at the end we saw power strips were available upon request. We are going on another cruise this summer and will pack one - by the time we charge cameras, batteries, etc. - one outlet just doesn't do it! HAL also no longer passes out individual soaps/shampoos etc. - each shower/tub is equipped with dispensers that are filled daily. Its actually a wise decision. This cabin was also near a small aft deck - technically crew only - but there are passenger stairs that go up to the promenade so no one was ever told they could not exit onto the aft. Its a small, quiet area which I used as a quick exit up to the Promenade and to get cell phone service when in port! It is near the aft elevators which give you easy access to the library/dining room on 7/8 and the pool on 10/lido buffet on 11. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2010
Cabin 536 Great location and very quiet. Our cabin was also always very cool which is to our liking. There was plenty of storage. Read More
Cabin 536 Great location and very quiet. Our cabin was also always very cool which is to our liking. There was plenty of storage. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2010
Inside cabin, Main Deck, forward: generally, we like these cabins. They have good living space, good closet and drawer space, nice decor, and minimal potential for seasickness due to roll (because cabin is low and in the middle), although ... Read More
Inside cabin, Main Deck, forward: generally, we like these cabins. They have good living space, good closet and drawer space, nice decor, and minimal potential for seasickness due to roll (because cabin is low and in the middle), although being toward the bow, you get a certain amount of pitching when in rough seas. We like the inside cabins because they avoid the lack of privacy you get in outside cabins when in port, and we prefer having a shower only, since a bathtub in rough seas is an accident waiting to happen. Nonetheless, passengers need to be forewarned: there seems to be a recurring problem aboard the Statendam with marine fuel fumes getting vented into these forward cabins - that is not only seriously unpleasant, it can be a health hazard for anyone with respiratory or allergy issues. Read Less
Get-Away cruise : Cabin 400
Sail Date: May 2009
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Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 our inside cabin was at the back of the ship and when docking you will have a wake up call from engine & motor noises so no need to set an alarm on port days. Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Other than this the room was very adequate and well laid out for the 2 of us Read Less