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10152+10154

Extremely small cabins and small balcony. Only enough room for two chairs and a tiny table

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409
Very noisey!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Read entire member review.
821
I had one of the value cabins. You don't spend much time in your room anyway, right? The only time my room saw me was between 1am and 8am, and that's 7 hours of sleeping.  Read entire member review.
1406

Absolute loved the Haven! Service was spectacular and the private atrium pool and hot tub to die for!

Room was a bit dated, though it was huge and well worth the money for the space.

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4522

Cabin was small but very functional. The bathroom was very modern with three compartments. Over all for the price we paid the room was really great.

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4553

Cabin worked well for us. The room was small, as expected, but had more than enough room to get around. The room was rated for a max of 4 occupants. I can't imagine trying to squeeze four people into that room!

The two beds had been merged into one when we arrived. We put all three suitcases under one of the beds. (Under the other bed was a pull-out bed.) Plenty of room to store our clothes in the closet and drawers.

There was a very-low but continuous rumble. Some nights we played white sound on my smart phone to cover the ship noises. We rarely heard any noise from surrounding cabins.

I had brought a small nightlight which proved to be a good idea, since the cabin had neither windows nor dimmable lights. Some had suggested leaving the TV on with bow-cam channel. We found this to be too bright.

We were able to briefly access our room upon arrival. While we had lunch, they announced over the PA that our room was ready. Our luggage was in the room when we returned. We emptied the fridge upon arrival and filled it with water bottles and soda which we had bought in Seattle and brought aboard as "checked" luggage.

We had been concerned with booking an inside cabin for this trip but our fears did not materialize. We were rarely in our cabin except to sleep. The dark, quiet room made sleeping much easier. We had better views up on decks 13 and 14 than we would have had with a balcony.

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5022

We loved our cabin location, just one floor from the casino and Stardust theater. Just enough space for the 3 of us. I had the loft bed so some evenings when I wanted to nap I just slept in the windowsill. I'm 5'4" and I fit there nicely with my legs outstretched, watching the water outside. There was gum stuck on my beds ramen that was visible from the bed underneath as well and the extra blanket had stains, but otherwise the cabin seemed clean enough. The remote control was out of batteries.

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5078

Plenty of room for two although could sleep 3. Would be crowded for 3. Plenty of storage space. TV somewhat small. Very limited channels on TV but then, they want you out and about, spending money.

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5406
Pearl Was Fantastic! by Hvnfuninmn33
Cabin 5604 - Guessing it is next to or below the dishwashers?? Could definitely make out the swishing noise and lots of clanking, etc at night. Nothing that kept me up but could be annoying for some. Loved the picture window. Plenty of storage space.  Read entire member review.
5550

Midship, Port side. Being midship really made a difference, especially during the Sea Day, which was pretty choppy.

We had adjoining cabins (also had 5548). We out the three kids in one cabin and had one to ourselves. When you have the doors closed, it blocks out the sound really well. ;)

When the doors are open, it turns these small staterooms into something that feels like a much bigger space. Between the two cabins, there was plenty of space for our (considerable) luggage to be unpacked and put into all the various drawers, shelves, etc. The suitcases fit nicely under the beds. My son loved the fold-down bed the kids had in 5548. Plenty of room for all three kids in that cabin.

The window is quite large. You can get some decent pictures from there. My kids loved sitting on the windowsill and enjoying the view while reading a book.

The bathroom is small, but there is still enough room to take care of business in there.

I also very much enjoyed being midship. Noise was NOT an issue and we were a very short walk up the stairs to Deck 7, both midship and forward. You also don't feel bad about taking the elevator up to 12/13 since you are so many floors down from there.

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8060

The cabin was fine. We chose an obstructive view mainly to get a cabin up higher. It was truly obstructed. We could barely see anything, so I wouldn't recommend it unless you just want natural light in your room.
Our cabin steward was Chris or Christopher. He was great and even left us chocolate strawberries one day. The room was always clean and inviting to us.

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8106

I had an oceanview on Deck 8...right off the elevator bank which was really convenient. We were in the back of the ship (Aft), which I found to be really convenient and less rocky. The ship was GREAT, clean, the staff was always happy and willing to help. My room had PLENTY of space. My cousin and I each had a huge suitcase and a carry-on and all 4 fit under the bed and there was plenty of draw space, shelves, closets...plenty of room for us girls. The window was huge so we had great views every day.

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8125

Room was quiet and clean, really enjoyed it...

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8520
Alaskan Cruise by lady95

This is a small cabin located above the theater. The balcony is somewhat enclosed on either side which adds to a feeling of being claustrophobic. Not much room to walk around and there is only one side table and outlets are not situated in convenient areas.

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8526

Room 8526. Cove balcony, Deck 8, forward port side. Very nice room. I was a little miffed to discover that it was a cove balcony shortly before our cruise, but it was fine and we had lots of light and a great view out the balcony. It was quite windy and cold in the open sea, so I don't know if having the enclosed balcony made a difference. We had an open ocean view on the way to Alaska, and view of the coastline on the way back. The cabin was directly above the theater, but we never had any noise problems. Our steward was super-nice. He kept the room spotless and made cute towel animals almost every night. The first night, he asked us if we wanted the pull-down bed, but it blocked the balcony door, so our kids shared the queen sofa bed after that, and everyone was comfy and slept great. We had smokers in the balconies around us, but we only smelled it in port when the boat was still. Once, somebody spit and it landed on our railing. Gross! One day, all the toilets along our side of the ship stopped working for a couple of hours, but the crew fixed it very quickly. We felt a little bit of rocking motion the first night at sea, but after that my family agreed that we could only feel the boat rocking when we were in the shower. The cabin was convenient to the stairs and elevators, but far away enough to not get a lot of foot traffic and noisy stampedes. If you walk out the door and a few hallways down, you will be at the Blue Lagoon. If you walk downstairs, you will be at the Stardust Theater and the exit to the Promenade Deck. It is a bit of a walk to the Garden Cafe (buffet). The best thing about the cabin is that my kids loved to go out and use the binoculars and look for wildlife. Once they saw two orcas frolicking in the water. One day they saw many sea otters plopping up and down in the kelp. We will never forget these beautiful sights from our balcony cabin.

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8634

Directly over the Bliss Lounge so very noisy at bedtime and later. See notes in cruise review for more details.

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9070

Great Cabin but a bit crammed if you are 4 in the room - ideal for 2 people ... Bathroom are much bigger than other cruise ships we have traveled with before and probably due to ship age, leakages existed in bathroom

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9072

The cabin was small and we had very little storage. The bathroom does not have a good layout. The cabin steward was lazy and hardly cleaned at all.

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9081

Not suitable for a family of four

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9132
Excellent Line! by Cam Dogg

Spacious cabin with a couch and table, adequate balcony size, and a nice bathroom with sliders dividing the shower and toilet.

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9504

We are spoiled. I don’t think I can take another cruise and not stay in an owner’s suite. The suite was huge. We wanted to have space so our one-year-old could crawl and walk around. The suite ended up being big enough for all five of us to hang out. The bed was a legit king bed, and very comfortable. The bathroom was huge, Nice shower and separate tub (which we didn’t use). The walk-in closet was a lifesaver, being able to put away all of our clothes. I understand 9004 and 9504 have a slightly different layout than 10004 and 10504, with deck nine suites not have a cove for the dining table. I didn’t find this to be a problem. The sitting area was great to watch TV (didn’t realize until partway through they show recently released movies on there) or just watch the ocean and feel the breeze from the side balcony.

The balconies were amazing. The front balcony was useless when the ship was moving, but in port, it was great to be able to lay out and get some sun. The side balcony was big and perfect for getting some fresh air as the ship was sailing.

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9605
Underwhelmed by agcarp

Our cabin was spacious. The teens was not. Instead of two sets of bunks, a trundle was pulled out at night eating up available floor space and making it difficult to get into and out of bed. This format also takes away valuable storage space for luggage which four teens have a lot of.

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9666

The room was great as always and staff was excellent I can't say enough about the people that work on Norwegian pearl and that matter any one of the ships we been on

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9672

We were in a handicapped room, which may have given us even more space. We were not disabled, but this was the only PH left when I booked. Cabin 9672, an AFT PH, is said to have a large balcony, but unlike the cabins just one deck up, we didn't have a deep balcony, just an extra long one. This acutally worked better for the 3 of us, as we fit 2 chairs and a lounger out there, plus the small balcony table (1.5x1.5') and the small (3ft) coffee table from the room. We could all enjoy the view without blocking each other.

handicapped rooms have electric doors for the balcony, which is very tricky to operate and very slow opening/closing.

In our room, we had a desk, a bar, a dining table (smaller than the normal suite table because of being HC), and a lighted vainty table. Between these and the closets, there were 9+ drawers for storage, 4 cabinets, and at least 5 good sized shelves. Plus the closet. Tons of storage space, even with 3 persons/7 days worth of winter wear.

There are two safes in the room. We didn't need both, but it was a nice touch.

Our bathroom was also different than the normal because of the HC setup, but we LOVED it. One big room, and the shower was the entire room. There are drains around the shower spout so no water escapes to the toilet/sink area. But it was much more comfortable than the typical 3-stall bathrooms that can be claustrophobic.
There were only 3 small shelves in the bathroom and two tiny ones in the shower, but we made due. We did have the following products in the bath when we arrived: bar facial soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, and loofa/scrubbers - oh and shower caps. Still had the standard shampoo and soap dispensers in the shower as well.

I drew the short straw and slept on the pull out couch. It was made into a bed when we arrived and was never put away the entire trip. I don't know if this is standard for a suite, but when I was in a mini suite last year, the bed was made into a couch every morning by the steward. I didn't mind it here because we had so much room to get around we didn't need the bed put up and it prompted me to take a nap almost every afternoon. I had requested additional padding on the couch before we arrived, and with it , I found the couch to be more comfortable than the regular beds! Between the down comforters and the special pillows we chose from the suite pillow menu, we slept very well.

Being an AFT room, it had its advantages and disadvantages. We had the most amazing views of the Alaskan landscape, but we were soooooo far from everything. Getting to/from the Casino, Stardust Theatre, Spinnakers Lounge, and the Tradewinds shops was exhausting. Given the choice, I think I would chose mid-ship again before aft.

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10036
GREAT TIME! by drumming cruisers

Cabin: Family balcony 10036 deck 10. Was small for 2 adults. Royal Caribbean regular balcony cabin is a lot bigger. Bathroom configuration was tight. There was NO WAY 2 people could ready at the same time. The sliding doors were see thru for the toilet & shower!!! If you are heavy I don't know how you could fit in the toilet area

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10502
Pearl is a Gem by sanapier1954

Do not book this cabin if you want to be outdoors while at sea due to the wind conditions at cruising speed. Especially Alaska, though it is great for arrivals, departures, and Glacier Bay day.

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10588

Great location on deck 10, mid ship. Close enough to elevators and stairs to be convenient but far enough away to avoid noise. Small space but well designed. Clean and comfortable. Bayardo was an excellent room steward.

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10620

We selected this cabin based on location and our need for connecting rooms. Minimal noise as it is sandwiched between two floors of cabins. Close to elevators but not close enough to hear any traffic. Flat panel TV, although very small. Room looks "tired". Worn carpet, cracked bathroom sink, couch that folds out scoots when you lean back on it. Minimal storage compared to other cruise lines.

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10633
Cabin was small but we did not have high expectations as we only booked a week before traveling. It was an inside state room.room 10633.  It had a very comfortable bed, extremley clean everyday.  Great shower and powerful hairdryer. expensive mini bar...   loved the towel animals every night when we had turn down service. we were at the back of the boat so in the morning it was a little nosiey but it was not a problem. We can not complain but have had nothing to compare.  we were happy  with it though.  Read entire member review.
10644

no dramas here, convenient cabin and cabin steward above excellent...might be as he had a final week to run on his contract but I don,t hink so. Nice genuine guy. Maitre D Chandra also above excellent.

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11022
A Pleasant Mixed Bag by jcwestbrook

Our room was a good size for three people - I wouldn't want to be in there with four though unless you plan to spend a lot of time outside of the room. You do a lot of dancing around each other to move around. There are lots of drawers and a full closet for your clothes. The balcony was large enough to sit and stretch your legs completely out which was nice. The bathroom was a good size with separate areas for toilet and tub/shower. This room has a balcony neighbor on the left side but none on the right and was near the elevators - but not close enough to constantly hear people. It was also very near the room where you can view the ship's control room - we visited often because of that.

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11118

Since this was my first cruse with NCL, i have no other rooms to compare it to on the NCL line. But compared to Carnival and RCI, it was amazingly quiet and well designed. The only time I heard our neighbors was when we were both on our balconies.
This cabin is located just below the Garden Cafe buffet but you would never know it. On occasion you might hear someone walking with heels on, but other than that, it's quiet. It's also VERY close to the stairs and elevator. Again, you would never know it because s quiet. There is a big benefit to the proximity to the stairs and elevator. You are only one floor away from a great place to eat and hang out, the Great Outdoors. Turn the corner out of your room, up one flight of stairs and you are entering the buffet. Not once during the trip did I hear the anchor or engines.

The closet is about 5'wide and has a light inside and plenty of hangers. There are 3 drawers about 14 in tall and another about 20" and a cabinet above. Suit cases can be stored under the bed. The bathroom has a deep tub with shower. There is a toilet area separated with a sliding glass door and the sink area in the middle which has a outlet at the top of the mirror labeled "razor only".
Near the balcony and across from the couch is a separate table with 2 chairs and a large mirror with vanity lighting. (No magnifying makeup mirror). This is great for primping without hogging the bathroom. There is also a built in hair dryer and two outlets. (The hair dryer is very nice quality and approved by my daughter who has about 3 times the amount of hair as most people.) Next to that is a coffee maker with GOOD coffee. Best on the ship in my opinion. I use two bags for a full pot and it was nice and strong, how I like mine.
Below the table a minibar refrigerator that can be locked. The liquor in the mini bar is actually cheaper than a drink in any of the bars if you consider you can get two out of each bottle. There is also a safe.

The king bed is firm yet comfortable. The linens are nice and crisp and plenty of pillows. The couch bed bottom seat pulls out and the couch back is flipped down like a minivan to form a queen bed. The flip down side is the softer side of the two. My husband and daughter took turns sleeping on this and both said it was not bad. There is a heavy curtain that can be drawn between the couch and king bed which provides a surprisingly good amount of privacy. There are separate thermostats for each area and the heating/cooling is very steady. Never too hot or cold.
The only improvements I could suggest would be to re-foam the bottom of the couch. It is very hard. Also consider adding a small speaker to the room that could be turned on if desired to hear the cruise director and captains announcements. It's is so quiet in the cabin, you have to open the door to hear the clearly. (That's a good thing!) It can be hard to maneuver in the room when the couch is pulled out, but it's do able. Lastly, the TV is pretty small and dated. I think the room was really nice and would book it again.

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11124

Great cabin. We had 3 adults and had plenty of room and privacy.

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11530

The cabin is comfortable and the master bath is incredible. The 2nd bedroom is adequate for 2 teenagers as is the 2nd bath. BUT this cabin is noisy. Unfortunately it is located underneath 2 ping pong tables so beware if you need a quiet room.

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11542

Loved the cabin. We were originally in a balcony cabin (BB) but were upgraded to a minisuite when the rates dropped. I'm so glad because I loved the mini-suite and if we do cruise again don't think that we would ever be able to book anything smaller.

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11560

Recommend upgrade to mini-suite. Worth the little extra money.

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11572

Great location and cabin!!

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11650

Cabin 11650 – Handicap cabin assigned to us. Larger than most, so that was nice. Some of the bathroom equipment wasn’t as convenient for us, but I can see how it would be very helpful for anyone in a wheel chair. Also the sliding door to the deck area was electric only and it was slow. The cabin itself was great.. EXCEPT form 6:30 AM to about 8 AM. EVERY SINGLE MORNING at 6:30 AM the workers (I think) started sliding tables and chairs all over the sun deck in preparation for breakfast. It was so loud it would wake me, my husband and my 4 year old every single day without fail. I would choose a smaller cabin on a lower deck in the future if you want to sleep in at all. Carpet should probably be replaced soon, but the rest of the cabin was nice.

Our room steward was ok for the most part. We didn’t have a remote for most of the first day even though we asked for one several times. He missed several of the make up/turn down sessions. He didn’t take the dishes unless you put them outside the door for everyone to trip over. He was pleasant but I expected more for the extra $36 per day added automatically. I reduced our costs by 2 days at the end of the cruise.

Beds – The pull out bed was like sleeping on the floor. Luckily it was only a 35 lb little boy sleeping on it. I don’t know how anyone could sleep on that thing. The main beds were only slightly less hard than the pull out, and still uncomfortable. The beds on Carnival are WAY better and the bedding was nicer there too.

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14010

This particular room is 2 steps away from Haven Courtyard, 12 to the hot tub and 25 to the snack bar. we never heard a sound from any other room or ship activity unless we were out on the balcony.

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14012
Good but not Great by chloemonkey

Love the Haven and ESP love hacingnthenextra bedroom and bath so that hubby has a place for his work and books and other stuff! Only wish that the balcony was large enough for a lounge chair. Also miss having bar service on the sun deck as the Haven attendant is not always good about going up to check as not many people hang out up there.

The color scheme is a bit old and I would love to try same accommodations on the newer ships due to the new decor...but the newer ships do not offer longer itineraries....love taking bubble baths while sipping cham page while looking out the huge window in the bathroom!

Cannot say enough about the Haven 2 bedroom suite and the staff that caters to you! We have done two 15day trips in the same cabin in the past six months and are already planning the next!

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14510

The cabin is perfect for 4 people. Separate bedroom and baths for the kids and a large queen bed for the adults. Large bathroom with shower and tub and two sinks is great. Balcony was also great. Haven Courtyard is a santuary.

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9113 & 5010
We had booked an inside cabin (9113), and this cabin was much smaller than the inside cabins on our last cruise (the Celebrity Eclipse), probably about 2/3 the size! Though the size didn't bother me, I was bothered by the fact that it seemed our cabin steward Ryan had very hurriedly "cleaned" our cabin between sailings. I put cleaned in parenthesis because I am almost convinced he did *nothing* besides tidy up the sheets and change the towels between sailings: (1) We found pills, pins, and papers on the floor; (2) We found what seemed to be dirty sheets stuffed into the closet and shelves; (3) We found melted ice in the ice bucket; and (4) The toilet paper cover was broken and on the floor. Worst of all, after a long first day we came back to go to sleep past midnight and found hairs in our bed that were clearly not ours since we hadn't slept in the bed yet or even opened the covers, and rips and stains in the sheets. And the icing on the cake, somehow our door handle kept on jamming and we couldn't even leave the cabin (which is a HUGE safety hazard). Of course, we were very upset and we had a new cabin steward change the sheets, which took almost half an hour late at night. Definitely not how you want to start your first night of the cruise! The good news, GSR Jatin Vyas followed up with us the next day as per my request, and was able to move us to an Ocean View on the 5th floor for the inconvenience. That cabin was wonderful, and a bit more spacious. Our cabin steward Edwin for 5010 did a great job!  Read entire member review.
None
Cabin 9644. Great location. Very quiet, small but enough room.  Read entire member review.
None
Suite on the back of the ship. Great views from the balcony. Room was large and the bathroom had a full size tub!  Read entire member review.
None
Cabin furniture was rusty. The size of the cabin was smaller than other ships. The layout of the bathroom was nice. The cabin steward was less than personable and had a clear language issue when communicating with us.  Read entire member review.
None
Cabin, not well laid out could never sit in there and have dinner, could not walk down the side of the double bed, There was a bunk folded up over the bed and one would think they would remove when it wasn't in use, Shower was a good size but the running water noises from next door was terrible. They did not want to give us room service( always messed up) and with the limited seating at breakfast one would think they would be happy to have less people up there.  Read entire member review.
None
Mini suite with a lot of dust on the tv and the cabinets; additional linen under the sofa was not clean; stinky and old linen. Otherwise room was great!  Read entire member review.
None

I have sailed in both inside cabins and balcony staterooms but this time I chose an oceanview simply based on price. Adequate room for 2 ppl, actually larger than I thought it would be on NCL since their staterooms are notoriously tiny. It had a good shower and comfortable bed. It was all we needed and basically we slept and showered there. Of course I prefer a nice balcony but I don't find it adds much value to my vacation so if it is double or triple the price I take a pass and spend the extra money on excursions, wine, specialty dining, etc and that more than makes up for the lack of balcony.

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None
Mini suite was very nice. Slightly bigger than the balcony rooms, no other perks though. Suite 11632 was close to the grand cafe, kids loved that.  Read entire member review.
None
11024/11030/11530/. All these are penthouse suites. If you can afford the extra fare, these are exceptional. Roomy, light and the concierge service can be helpful when extra services are needed, even if it's only preferred boarding on tenders and expedited embarkation and disembarkation.  Read entire member review.
None
Bad to Good by Bohnsman
I thought our cabin was very spacious and a lot of storage room. There was plenty of walking space. We had an oceanview room which is great to use as a way to wake up-waking up with the sun. The rooms are colorful and vibrant. There are a lot of shelves and drawers. Abundance of storage room. The vanity was nice. The bathroom was nice as well, I liked the seperate door for the toilet area. That way more than one person could be in the bathroom if need be. The shower at first was confusing, but once you get the hang of it, it works great.  Read entire member review.
None
big disappointment by compayre
The cabin was not the cabin we wanted, a suite is not worth the extra money, the bathtub is ridiculously small, I am a tiny 5 foot lady, 95 pounds and I had trouble laying in the tub. Room service breakfast was only continental no warm items, although the coffee was excellent. The table on the balcony could barely hold a glass of water very small. The heat in this cabin kept not working. The closet was right by the bed, very hard to open doors without hitting the bed. The t.v. was so small we had to sit right in front of it to see the picture. The couch was very hard. The chairs were very uncomfortable they look liked chairs out of the 50's. My conclusion is suites are not any better than just a regular cabin with a balcony, certainly not worth paying double for.  Read entire member review.
None

There is no clock in the room. There were 2 thermometers controls. There is a standard coffee maker in the room (Hamilton Beach commercial). So if you wanted to bring your own coffee (like the Starbucks coffee often found in hotel rooms), they would work in this machine. There is a full length red movable cloth divider that can be used to separate the main bed from the sofa bed. This is useful if you want to take a nap during the day to block out the light from the balcony (sunset is typically around 10pm in July). I thought both beds (the main and the sofa bed) were decent. Bathroom: fairly large with 3 sections: bathtub/shower (excellent water pressure), sink area (3 small shelves on the left), and toilet. Note that the toilet area was enclosed in its own space by a glass sliding door but it was far from opaque…. there were 1 inch vertical lines but separated by about 1/4”, so you could clearly see a person doing their business if you wanted to.

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None
Our inside cabin was roomier than I expected as was the bathroom. We kept our luggage stored under our beds. Bring an extension cord.  Read entire member review.
None
Good storage, relatively roomy as cabins go, TV too small.  Read entire member review.
None
Norwegian Pearl by edspot
My favorite place was the balcony, which was spacious, private and had two decent chairs and a table. I liked that we had a nice curtain between the bed and pull-out. The bed was better than ANY I've encountered in any hotel. It made the trip so much more enjoyable. Bathroom was more efficiently laid-out than the NCL SUN's and had plenty of space for three people's stuff. The closet was a bit cumbersome next to the bed, and required some juggling. We thought a better floor plan would have been to "flip" the room, with the bed closer to the balcony side and the couch/desk toward the door, but we didn't spend a lot of time fretting about it. We liked the design and felt that the room had nice, upgraded materials compared to the older NCL SUN we were on in '04. The cabin attendant was, in a word, SUPERB. We NEVER had to wait for anything. She even brought us a vase for the flowers we bought at Pike Place Market to have in our cabin during the week.  Read entire member review.
None
More than freestylin! by ships in the night
We had an inside cabin because it would cost $300 to get a window. I was being frugal, and it was fine to not have a window going to Alaska. It really was. It took me some adjustment not to have any outside light, but it was kinda like the northern lights. :) Also, my husband would turn on channel 21 (I think) and there would be the bow of the ship and what we would be seeing had we been in the control room...then he would say, "Oh, good morning, let's open the window..." It really is what you make it! On another cruise I will have a window and perhaps a balcony...depending on the destination. There are plenty of lights to turn on, and it was a great room. We did not have much need for many electrical outlets, so did not see any need to bring an outlet source, as was suggested. Families would probably need this. As far as the ammenities...storage is spacious. We had the beds put together and next time we won't...more room to move around. It was always clean and well appointed. The shampoo and soap are in pump dispensers which I totally agree with - for economy and environmental reasons. (I bring my own.) They have small bottles of lotion, which I use when I use so much hand sanitizer...I just asked for more when I ran out. Plenty of big, thirsty towels, always refreshed. Ice in the bucket every day! We did not ask to have the ref. emptied, but just moved the things to the shelf above, and put our own stuff in it. We did not notice any noise or disturbances of any kind...we were in the middle of the tenth deck. The shower may seem small, but after spending three weeks in Europe, it was fine! We had experienced smaller ones, and less convenient! The nozzle moves up and down and the temp control is easy to figure out. There is room to move away from the water as you do this. They also have a "laundry line" that is in the shower that you can pull out for overnight washing of your handwashables or swimsuits. I also loved that I can control the room temp. I like it cool/cold and it was easy to adjust and keep it lower in temp. We also had excellent service and even though we are charged for tipping, I gave them an extra tip. They made everything tip-top in our room, and it was my decision. A little extra for a job well done!  Read entire member review.
None
Well laid out.  Nice closet space and drawer space.  Bathroom had a great shower with sliding doors!  We were on the 10th floor in a regular inside cabin.  Wonderful colors with lots of wood.  Made you feel like you were on a ship!  Read entire member review.
None
Noisy - below childrens play area, video games, moving kitchen carts  Read entire member review.
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Stinky Cabin by pilgrim2010
Balcony Cabin Very Small and smelly  Read entire member review.
None
Tiny, but adequate. No problems.  Read entire member review.
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We were mid ship on deck nine. It was a tiny closet, but efficient use of space and reminded me of Japan. Everything had a place, and space was well utilized. It was very quiet, and in a good location.  Read entire member review.
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Warm in Alaska by kbandmb
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10666
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NCL Pearl - A Gem! by ronnilivingston
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We Had a BLAST!!! by Coprolite
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The Pearl is a gem by CapeCodFrank
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Free Style? No Style! by Surfside805
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Pleasant Surprise! by monkey bars
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Norwegian Pearl - Alaska by michael nagy
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9 day S caribbean by flgirl2005
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NCL not for me by garsny
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Norwegian Pearl, Dec 07 by Karen Benckini
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Best cruise ever by Karen Fohl
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NCL Can't compare by Maddog59
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Norwegian Pearl - Alaska by Tom Anderson
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Bad cruise! by kici560
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Heaven on the Pearl by svenskalady
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Worst Cruise Ever by worldtravler
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freestyle with kids by cruisincousins
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