These Norwegian Sky Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to three guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to accommodate one more. You'll also have a porthole to enjoy the amazing view.
Once on board, we found that 2 of our 3 porthole cabins (8019 and 8018) A/C was not working fully. After 3 trips to Guest Services, the A/C was fixed 2 hours later. I'm not sure what our room stewards name was, in the evening because she never introduced herself. I got the feeling from here she wasn't very out going. Of the 4 nights, we had towel animals on the bed twice. The cabins were aged, but clean.
Pros: the beds are like little cots with adequate storage underneath. My sis stored her large suitcase underneath. We had a couch as well, a small TV with a few channels such as CNN, Fox News, and the NCL Sky TV channel plus a few other movie channels. There is a safe in which you enter your own code to store valuables. The steward comes by numerous times during the day to tidy up; he was very friendly. Soap available in the shower.
Cons: Very small, older carpet that seemed ragged, the closet kind of stunk even before our clothes were in there. The room was sometimes a bit stuffy/warm sometimes. I didn't like the soap provided but had brought my own. Each person is charged an additional $12 a day for tips for the steward. I don't know that this is a "con" but some people might not be aware of this and should include it in their trip budget. The announcements were hard to hear in the room. Read entire member review.