Studio staterooms offer a full-size bed, lighted recess above bed, 26-inch television, bath with a separate sink and shower, window to view corridor, and private keycard access to the Studio complex and lounge.
Bad cabin!!!! Although it was an efficient layout for its size, it was near some type of ductwork for the vacuum toilet system so it was very noisy at times. If you boom a studio, make sure it's surrounded by other cabins with no storage closets or blank spaces notes on the deck plan
It was very small, but fine for just one person. There was not enough storage to unpack all my clothes, though.I would not get an adjoining room as the wall between was very thin and I could hear everything from next door.
I was in one of those studios for single travelers. It had everything I needed, with plenty of outlets and storage. The lav was small, but I just kept the door open. The double bed had to double as a couch, which was fine. I was able to prop the pillows up in the corner and make a nice place to watch a movie. The TV was nice and big, but there were only three channels that weren't NCL propaganda, sports or news. The decor in the rooms was very modern and sleek, and the regular sized hair dryer was a nice touch. I had heard about noise in the cabins, so I was careful to not choose one next to any service areas or dead spots where there might be pipes nearby. I was in 10521, and had no noise or issues of any sort. I would definitely consider doing the solo studio again! NCL, if you are listening, putting shelves in the closet above the safe would be an improvement over having two tall closets and only hangers enough for one.
First time staying in a Studio Cabin, it was a great space for me with lots of storage. If you're claustrophobic you won't like it. If you are a large person you won't fit or will be extremely uncomfortable in the stand up shower nor in the separate toilet area.
My cabin number was 10523, this cabin was very noisy due to a design/engineering flaw. The black water pipe along with other systems are located right next to this cabin and you will hear a constant crashing/thunder type sound. This noise goes on all day long, overtime someone flushed the toilet or uses the water system. It's terribly loud. The room attendant and maintenence staff are very aware of this issue and there is nothing they can do. Avoid this room. I did bring it to managements attention and they acted as if they were surprised (but everyone else knew about it), they did offer to change my room among other things to ensure that I was satisfied. My only disappointment was that I had to escalate the issue all the way to the Guest Services manager and also not take no for an answer. I believe that customers shouldn't have to go through layers in order to be heard or have a known issue rectified. That was a little insulting to me. The issue was finally rectified to my satisfaction and I did enjoy the cruise. DO NOT STAY IN THIS ROOM. 10527 was also very noisy.
The studio suites for the single travelers are a great concept. The room is small, but more than adequate for the single traveler. I am 6 feet tall, and 180 pounds. The shower is a little tight. I did bump my elbows a few times, but if someone is a large person. It may not work for them. Having the studio lounge for all the single travelers to meet and gather is another unique aspect of this single cruise opportunity
The Getaway has a Studio Lounge area for solo travelers and provided a staff member to insure that we were well taken care of (although, personally, I find that if I choose to travel alone, I really don't need a babysitter, but he was helpful and not intrusive and some of the solo female passengers were very impressed with this). The housekeeping staff was very competent and always cordial. My only complaint is that I had an inside solo cabin and it was miniscule, dark and cramped. Not even a chair, and knees bumped up against the john wall. I suppose this is no big deal since I spent most of my time elsewhere but sleeping in a coffin-like, pitch black cabin was a bit disconcerting.