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Two twin beds (can convert into one queen-size bed), private bathroom, vanity, hair-dryer, mini-bar, closed-circuit TV, radio and phone.

Large Ocean View Stateroom (F)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 7
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Cabin 3592
The cabin was nice enough, typically tight on space but well designed and functional. The problem was that we were subjected to the booming base sound of the music from the atrium every night. Requests to be relocated or have the music lowered had no effect. Disco night was almost unbearable.
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Cabin 4004
The cabin was fine and we liked that it was not a "thru hall" so no one walked by. Bed comfortable and we liked the head being below the large window. And - for first time in a while - there was plenty of storage space
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Cabin 4510
We were at the front of the ship on deck four, it was a convenient location close to the elevators and relatively quiet. We were directly below the promenade deck and I wondered if we would get noise from it. We did hear them washing the deck and moving chairs but only after about 8 am and there was never any noise at night. I was pleased with the size and layout of the room.
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Cabin 4532
Room was great - kids loved the ceiling beds.Servicing was amazing - makes 4 people in a small room so much more enjoyable. I was super organised - that helped. Hairdryer didn't work was replaced in minutes.
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Cabin 3016
Cabin was clean well kept and had plenty of storage
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Cabin 9074
The cabin was ok but nothing special. We had no more than 20 words with our cabin attendant but, on balance, the cabin was well kept. The problem was the noise from the bands that filtered into the cabin from the "Centrum". The noise was very irritating and lasted until almost midnight on most evenings. If you want a good nights sleep do not get a cabin that is close to the mid-ship elevators.
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Cabin 3058
Our cabin was laid out well, with a really good bathroom. As experienced NCL cruisers, we felt the layout was better than others we have tried. The cabin seemed quieter than others we have sailed in, and the beds were comfy with good quality linens. Storage is especially effective compared to some others.
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Cabin 2009
First, the hallway on deck 2 is narrower than most decks. There are waterproof locking doors that protrude into the hallway. The guest section is shorter than other floors and is served by only the center elevates . The beds, bathroom, and other features were the same as other cruise ships I've been on. For excursions, you will exit the ship from this deck, so it is very easy to come and go, not having to wait for the elevators.
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Cabin 8612
Disappointing bobblehead

We stayed in a balcony with ocean view. It was smaller then we expected but stil nice. Our cabin tender Johnson Rodriguez was fantastic and excellent at his job.


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Cabin 7506

Our cabin, 7506, was great, nice and clean and our room steward Simon was very nice and always kept it clean. Bathroom was small and shower was tiny, not that I need a large shower but had a hard time shaving. It's a small circle shower area and was just enough for us, if you are a larger person you'll have a hard time. Bed was very comfortable, tons of storage for everything. Not too much noise from theatre below, sometimes could hear the music. Also, this cabin says it's an obstructed view, the only thing I could tell why it was because window is set back a bit further from the actual siding of the ship. No obstruction I could see. And on the map it looks like you're right next to a set of stairs, but it's crew stairs and we never heard anything from it.


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Cabin 7504

Plenty of room for a family of 5. Queen bed, sofa and bunk beds.


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Cabin 2022
Cabin 2022 When the beds are put together access to the port hole is awkward. The drape and curtain cut down on light coming in and your ability to look out. For these reasons this cabin should be the same price as an inside cabin. If it was a window instead of a port hole the current rate would be acceptable.
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Cabin 7008
Cabin average size and facilities. Water supply did not work two nights out of the 7 nights and was quite rocky due to being at the front of the ship. However quite quiet as at the end of the corridor and the room steward was efficient and unobtrusive and he quickly tidied the room and replenished any supplies.
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