We have been on many cruise ships on three different lines and have sailed NCL before. This ship by far has the worst lay-out (lots of broken up corridors) and the smallest cabins known to man. The Lilliputians would have trouble navigating such tiny staterooms. We had a family mini-suite with a balcony on deck 14. The cabin was long and narrow. With the hideaway bed down we could not move around at all. My husband had to take the kids out so I could shower and dress for dinner. Our cabin had one drawer, one small closet with no shelves and a few cubbies. There was tons of wasted space in the name of design. I am 5'5" and my feet hung off the edge of the bed. I have no idea what NCL was thinking. Other passengers that I spoke with had the same complaints. If you don't mind having a teeny tiny cabin, then this ship is for you. I recommend getting two cabins if you don't want to feel clausterphobic.