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.
We stayed in inside stateroom 10166, mid-ship on the Norwegian Epic. The room was small but well-appointed. Our steward kept it clean and our ice bucket full. The location of our stateroom was ideally situated for access to both the forward and aft sections of the ship. The small size of the inside stateroom ensures that you won't spend too much time in your cabin. That is a good thing because there is so much to do on the ship. I've heard that once you stay in a balcony stateroom you won't want to go back to an inside cabin. I can see why. Read entire member review.
Inside Cabin 11247
Tiny...closet was ok for our clothes, we asked for extra hangers. They also have baskets inside closet and shelves which give you plenty of storage space...what's bad..vanity area, mirror is very low so it makes it hard for anyone over 5 feet to sit and be able to see themselves...also lighting is very poor in the cabin so it makes it hard to get ready. no space for small couch like on other ships..so if you order room service you can only eat it in bed. Not a lot of privacy to have children with you on cabin...i cant imagine having a third person on a inside cabin even a child as there is not much room to move around. It was very quiet where we were and only 1 cabin away to passage to elevator so this was perfect..don't forget this ship only has elevators in the back and middle so you have to walk a lot depending where your room is...were we were was perfect to go to the casino and the MDR; but for the Buffett and shows you have to walk all the way forward. Read entire member review.
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