These staterooms with two lower beds and a maximum capacity of four are beautifully appointed and surprisingly roomy. All staterooms feature a maximized living space with a completely unique bathroom treatment where every area is separate, including the shower and a modern vanity sink.
As I mentioned in my main review, it just isn't comfortable to have the shower, bathroom and sink merged into the main part of the room. The lighting was horrible in an inside cabin. It was very, very difficult to see for putting on makeup. We joked about how we would need to go to a public restroom to see how we looked! :) I would guess it would be worth paying extra for the balcony, but those rooms looked really small, too. The beds were comfortable and there was plenty of storage, but that was overshadowed by these other things. Read entire member review.
If you are sharing a room with someone on the NCL Epic that you are not close with you need to read this.
The bathroom and shower are in the middle of the room and are only blocked by a curtain and frosted glass. You have very little privacy when taking a shower and using the toilet. The rooms have a horrible design and i cant for the life of me understand how the people at NCL looked at this bathroom and said Wow this is a great idea. The function does work.
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