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Penthouse with Large Balcony Cabins 16 Reviews
Perfect for a romantic getaway, you will fall head over heels for these fabulous Penthouses featuring a queen size bed, luxury bath and amazing views. Category SE offers more space.
    
Penthouse with Large Balcony (SE)
Penthouse with Large Balcony (SE)


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Cabin Rating
9500
Room 9500 was great!!! Super bed, huge front balcony, great steward....VERY quiet!!!!!  Read entire member review.
9500
Cabin 9500 NCL 'Pearl.' As far forward as you can get meant longest walk to dining - not good for anyone with walking challenges. Cabin size OK but balcony spectacular! You face forward (not to port or starboard as do 99% of balcony cabins). Surprise was even going 25 knots the wind over the balcony was minimal. Room steward and butler were fabulous. Concierge ... All amenities worked but be sure refrig door shuts. Especially if you're bringing any meds. Watch shower - found tub slippery. Late night show mumbles its way into cabin but not that bad. Television selection limited. Overall a good non-romantic stateroom with well planned layout.  Read entire member review.
9502
Oh What A Week! by Beachbum6731
Quiet location. GREAT balcony!  Read entire member review.
10000
We chose the Penthouse 10,000 (cat AC) complete with butler and concierge service. Our location was directly on the front on the ship right under the bridge. We loved this room!!! (we actually have the same cabin, on the same shipped booked for this December). It had a king size bed with a 42" flat panel TV in direct view. An average sized bathroom (actually same size as Jr. Suite) with separate tub and toilet areas with sink vanity in between. Outside the bathroom, there is a vanity with a large mirror and stool. There were extra outlets and a hairdryer and storage drawers for cosmetics. There was a full size sofa, coffee table and chair situated in front of floor to ceiling windows looking out onto our deck! (Yes, I said deckmore on that in a bit) There was also a dining table for two. Closet and storage space was plentiful. The double closet was accessible from both sides. As if it could get better, one of the highlights was the Expresso/Cappucino/Coffee/Tea maker. ($2900 machine as I found out later). This was fully stocked with a variety of flavors of coffee and tea and all the accompaniments needed including real coffee cups, not paper cups. The deck was awesome. It had two chaise lounges with thick plush cushions, a comfy wicker chair and a table. You could easily fit 20 people out there if you wanted. The days at sea, I laid out on my deck and did not bother with the pool. Despite being on the front of the ship, there was not an issue with wind even when we were moving.  Read entire member review.
10500
The Suite Panama Cruise by Mistoffolees
Penthouse on deck 10, front of ship, directly under the bridge. Wow. What a fantastic cabin.. Spacious with large screen LCD TV, grat ammenities and a balcony that faces forward. For a Panama Canal cruise there is no better place to be.  Read entire member review.
10500
In six cruises on NCL, this is the quietest area we have ever stayed in and the most gargantuan balcony we have ever seen! The room layout was great and kept us from tripping over each other. The balcony was not as private as we have enjoyed in the past, because the room is all the way forward on the bow, and the walls between balconies slopes downward toward the bow, but we actually liked this, because we enjoyed meeting the people in the penthouses around us, and coming into and out of port was something of a social. One thing that you need to know about these forward rooms is that there is a water tight door onto the balcony that is very heavy and can be difficult to unlock, and passengers in these rooms are cautioned about opening balcony doors while underway due to heavy winds on the bow. One more thing everyone needs to be aware of is that there is much more motion on the bow than on other parts of the ship. If you are prone to motion sickness / sea sickness stay away from this location!! All in all, this was fun, onetime experience, but we will stay closer to mid-ship and/or stern in the future.  Read entire member review.
10502
Large balcony with a great view. Quiet room. Balcony is entirely in view by the crew on the bridge. Small storage drawers that only pull out a small distance.  Read entire member review.
None
Great trip! by retiredAF
AC Penthouse 9502 was perfect. We really appreciated it on Glacier Bay day!  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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9002
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9470
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9500
My Precious Pearl by comptongal
10002
10002
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