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9 Reviews
Two twin beds (convert to king) and two upper pullmans. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table. Twin beds do not convert to king when both uppers in use.

Balcony (8B)
Decks: Deck 5 | Deck 6
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Balcony Cabin Reviews
Cabin V15
Jun 2016
Very comfy king sized bed and pillows, clean room, bathroom quite large by cruise ship standards. Balcony tiny.
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Cabin U202
May 2015
We love the balcony in aft section as they are usually quiet. Balcony railings looked rusty and the glass was not clean. We miss the hairdryers and refrigerators but this is a small older ship. Reasonably clean--not spic and span clean, and the room was a bit moist and musty smelling. Mattress firm to say the least but one of us loved it. Wonder if they were searching for bed bugs as related above? Take your own flashlights and search yourself.
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Cabin M119
Nov 2014
Concert Cruise By: alligatorgirl
Small cabin, smaller balcony, no fridge, lacks toiletries and hair dryer. Is mid ship not far from elevators
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Cabin E214
Jun 2013
Room was quiet. We had an issue with the mixer in the shower not working and had hot water only. It was fixed pronto. No other issues.
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Cabin M115
May 2013
The bed was very comfortable. No alternative seating other than a desk chair which was not comfortable. Bathrooms were in good condition and worked well for us. Cupboards had lots of storage for our things, and suitcases fit under the bed easily. Balcony was a decent size and had two chairs.
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Cabin v15
Jul 2012
More Cons than Pros By: wonhwa
V15 - ample room, great shower, tiniest balcony ever!
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Cabin U231
Apr 2012
Room: Our room was ready immediately, which was a plus. This balcony room was equipped with a pullman bed that was located directly over where your head would sleep in the queen sized bed. As a light sleeper, who tosses and turns frequently, I banged my head several times throughout the cruise while I was sleeping. NCL's pull out couches seemed like a much better design for a third person option. That being said, the rest of the room was VERY intelligently designed. Three large closets, a bathroom that wasn't cramped and under-bed storage allowed the room to remain clutter free for the duration of the trip. One other very minor negative is that the LCD TV is mounted at about five feet high and has no tilt. While laying down and watching TV, shows that had very dark tones were difficult to watch as the pictures were heavily shadowed.
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Cabin m119
Aug 2009
How Things Have Changed By: rachlm927
Great Balcony! Not typical Carnival Balcony room - this is a room previously an OV and added a balcony earlier this year. Good cabinets/storage. Had plenty of room for everything. Middle of teh ship room really make difference when ship was rocky.
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