Norwegian Epic Balcony Staterooms have room for up to three guests and feature floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony with an incredible view. They include a separate bathroom with shower, two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a sitting area and additional bedding to accommodate one more.
We didn't have the same problems that other posters have spoken of. Yes, the sink was small. Yes, it wasn't in a room with the toilet. But you're on vacation. If the location of your sink is going to crush your view of the stateroom, then look at something else for pity's sake. We never had a problem with water getting places it shouldn't have. Even if you did, there's a whole mess of towels right next to it.
Balcony was amazing. For this particular itinerary, having the room on the right side of the ship was phenomenal. Got to see the best of the sunrises and sunsets.
This is the last cabin on the starboard side by the handicap entrance to the Italian restaurant. It was quiet and although the kids area is on the same floor, we never heard a thing! The cabin itself is fine - except for the awful lighting throughout - but we didn't like the balcony. It has a solid bottom, so you couldn't sit and look out at the water or the port - you had to stand up. Our steward (Eduard) was great - always smiling, always pleasant and unobtrusive.