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Norwegian Jewel Cabin Reviews - Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window Cabins 22 Reviews
Up to three guests can stay in these Oceanview Staterooms. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding that can sleep one more, as well as a picture window to enjoy the view. These staterooms are mid-ship accommodations, which means you'll have easy access to everything on board.
    
Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window (OB)
Decks: Deck Five
Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window (OB)


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5056
We were in an oceanview cabin on deck 5. Our cabin was very nice with two twin beds, vanity area, desk area and bathroom. The closet was very large and had a shelf across the top and a pull down shelf that you could use for shoes. Between the closet and the wall was the safe with four nice deep shelves underneath it. On the other side of the closet was three large lower drawers, a good size open area for the ice bucket and glasses with two shelves above it. Then there was a small desk area with the TV above. On the other side of the room was the vanity area that had 3 small shelves up the side of the mirror, a small vanity drawer, and three more large drawers. There was a stool to sit at the vanity and do your make-up, hair or what ever. They supply a hair dryer that to my DD's surprise was very powerful. Between the beds were two small tables each with a shelf underneath. I would have liked to have had a nightstand instead with a drawer as nothing stayed on the little table due to the amount of rocking we were experiencing. The bathroom was very large. The toilet area had a sliding glass painted door just like the shower had. They were separated by a large countertop and sink that had a moveable faucet somewhat like your kitchen faucet. A large shelf was under the sink which had a wastebasket in it and there were three small shelves up the side of the mirror to put your toiletries on. The shower was exceptional with a height adjustable/handheld shower head which included massage if you like. The temperature of the water is written on the handle in Celsius. I really like the fact that even the shower enclosure was wood grain very high end. Carpet was nice and bright as well. Bed was super comfy as were the linens. Only down side to the stateroom was the window was dirty and at some point had been leaking to the point that the screws and part of the metal trim was rusted. It had been repaired and caulked but the rust was very unattractive. Overall room was excellent.  Read entire member review.
5064
Room 5064- great beds, great decor, great bathroom setup, close to elevators, quiet  Read entire member review.
5064
Great bed, large bathroom with glass door on shower, lots of storage space, only one electrical plug, no noise from outside.  Read entire member review.
5064
Cabin was well appointed, a bit smaller than expected, but bathroom and shower were grand. There was plenty of room to store clothes in drawers and a nice size closet. There was a safe, fridge, small TV.  Read entire member review.
5100

5100 was great because many times we just walked down the hall and off the ship and the same for coming back on.

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5108
Loved Alaska, not NCL by KDvacation
We had adjoining cabins 5108 and 5110. They are nice and quiet. Very little motion felt. Cabin 5110 sleeps 4, with one upper bearth. The other 3 are literally wall to wall underneath the upper bearth. A trundle bed pops up between the 2 twin beds for 3 to sleep across side by side.  Read entire member review.
5108
First Family Cruise by Inthewake
Our stateroom, 5108 is the 2nd to last room aft. The pluses are there is no traffic going by with other guests,and its a quick dash to deck 4 where debarkation takes place at ports, but there is a staff room access point right across the hall. Regardless,we never had any issues with noise. The beds were firmer than I am accustom but slept well. Everything was in well working order except when I took a shower, the water would get really hot, then ice cold, then hot, cold... I am not sure if this is a normal for this is my first time on a cruise so I am sure the demand for hot water gets tricky.. ( I guess?? ) Housekeeping was fantastic. Thank you Marlin!!!!  Read entire member review.
5536
Deck 5, midship, didn't feel much motion of the ship although it was calm seas. The cabin was a normal cruise ship cabin but the staff cleaning it was very good. Constant supply of clean towels  Read entire member review.
5556
Just right size, comfy queen sized bed, wonderful location right at mid-ship. No noise at all!  Read entire member review.
5560
Great cabin. Very well placed close to elevator. No noise in hall.  Read entire member review.
5584
We had an ocean view on deck 5. It was alright for our needs. The desk is a little to close to the bed and I had to get around it when going to bed. Would like to see more fitted sheets as the ones they use do not stay in place. The storage was good, more than we needed. The bathroom was small but heck it is a cruise ship. All in all we were satisfied.  Read entire member review.
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Not so Fun by Cuppykake5
Our cabin 5052 was extremely clean  Read entire member review.
These cabins were rated but not individually reviewed; read the full cruise review for opinions on cabins and more.
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5050
5060
5094
Much Needed Vacation! by freezing-in-wisconsin
5564
Dissapointment by nikitsin
5578
5600
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