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Norwegian Gem Cabin Reviews - Balcony

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Balcony Cabins 35 Reviews
These staterooms sleep up to two guests and come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.
    
Balcony (BB)
Decks: Deck Ten
Balcony (BB)


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9680
The cabin 9088 was a nice location but it seemed that it was noisy just outside the balcony window at night like something was loose and hitting the balcony. Other than that it was a nice cabin for as much little time we spent in it.  Read entire member review.
10024
We had a regular Balcony room...was small, but very nice. Did the job. :)  Read entire member review.
10024
Great balcony room - I will NEVER get any room that does not have a balcony. TOTALLY worth the money!!!!  Read entire member review.
10034
A Gem of A Trip by brownie32
Balcony cabin may be a little smaller than other lines. Bathroom cramped, especially for larger people. Close to foward elevator, very convenient.  Read entire member review.
10128
About what one would expect. A bit bigger would have been nice. Balcony was nice. Coffee maker was a welcome plus.The bathroom was well laid out given the size.  Read entire member review.
10130
Balcony 10130 is on the starboard side of the ship, aft. Quiet location with cabins above and below. Balcony and room small, but ample storage space for 2 people. Not sure how it would be with 3-4 in the room. Since it is in the back of the ship, it is quite a walk to get to some locations, but hey....what a way to burn extra calories.  Read entire member review.
10140
Small room but quite adequate for 2 people. Bathroom well equipped, balcony excellent with lovely views. LCD TV, coffee machine with coffee and sugar replenished twice a day. Very clean. bed large and very comfortable. Hallways very quiet  Read entire member review.
10156
Not everyone's GEM by Twice_a_year
Cabin too small. The shower very good but the commode way too small. The balcony very small.  Read entire member review.
10522
Only one , small toilet  Read entire member review.
10534
We always try to choose a cabin that is close to the Forward elevators. This assures that we can move around the ship easily. There was a large family that had multiple staterooms and we had to call security one night when they herded all of the children into the room next to ours and they were noisy after 11 pm. Security handled the situation very well, and we had a peaceful time for the duration of the cruise. Being a Latitudes member has some benefits, but we are now convinced that booking directly with NCL is more expensive than booking on other Websites. NCL promises the lowest price, guaranteed; but, after you pay for the cruise and find less expensive prices elsewhere, it's too late! In the past 3 years, we have had no less than 5 cruise consultants with NCL. The turnover must be horrible!  Read entire member review.
10538
Cabin 10538 was a perfect cabin for me...the location is exceptional, close to the forward elevators, great views from the balcony. Plenty of storage for folded garments & the closet, and the hanger count, was good as well. Love the bathrooms on NCL & this one was no exception. Loved that it had a full power hairdryer. Next time I book the Gem, I'll definitely book this cabin.  Read entire member review.
10592 and 10590

Well our cabin was nice and clean when we first entered.. Upon meeting Ryan Piorque, (our friendly housekeeper) he assured that our stay was comfortable and made every night a memorable night for our 5 year old daughter. Our Cabin was cleaned every morning upon leaving for breakfast. After breakfast we would hang out in the room for a bit to get dressed and then leave. Upon entering our room in the evening our cabin was set up for bedtime with fresh towels for us to use in the morning. Every day there will be a towel animal set up in the bed which caught not only our attention but our 5 year old. Ryan is very customer oriented and should be recognized for what he do. Thank you!

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10650
The cabin was much smaller than expect. The vanity was in an awkward location at the corner of the bed, so if I was sitting at the vanity, my husband would have to climb on the bed to get to the other side of the room. The bathroom was normal sized for a cruise ship and got the job done. The king size bed was two twins pushed together, as most cruise ships do, but unfortunately mine and my husband's feet would hang off. I am only 5'6  Read entire member review.
10652
Wonderful time on GEM by Angles kisses
Quiet location, spacious closet for 2 people. Do smell smoke if next door neighbor was smoking. If 4 of us in the same room then it is small for 4.  Read entire member review.
10660
I liked the in room coffee pot, bed was comfortable, closet space was adequate, bathroom was small but we'll laid out and workable for 2 people. Sitting on the balcony was great. quiet location close to restaurants. inadequate free programming on the tv.  Read entire member review.
None
Great views from our balcony, cabin on the small side.  Read entire member review.
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Second Try on NCL by Whitnee1
10156
Gem was sparkly by suzimack
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Ups and Downs by madisonJersey
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Greek Isles/Transatlantic by Cruisin MarcnFran
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