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Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window (OB): Norwegian Dawn Cabin Reviews

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window Cabins

38 Reviews
With room for up to four guests, these Oceanview Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests, as well as a picture window with a great view. These are mid-ship staterooms, which means you'll be right near everything on board.

Mid-Ship Oceanview Picture Window (OB)
Decks: Deck 5
Cabin
Rating
Comments
5102
We stayed in the adjoining cabins 5102/5106. Our cabin steward Mr. Dipak was fantastic and took care of anything that we needed. TWe had 3 kids in one cabin with my husband and I on the other cabin. There was plenty of room for all of our belongings between the closets and the drawers. There were 6 sliding drawers in each cabin plus additional storage shelves located in the sides of each closet. We had plenty of hangers for a 7 day cruise since most of our clothes were casual wear. The storage was sufficient to hold all 4 of our rolling suitcases plus carry ons. Bathroom area was also very good. We liked the separators between toilet and sink areas and the spacious shower. Toilet area was a bit small so I can't imagine what it was like for a larger sized person. We all loved the large picture window. It made the rooms seem larger and each day we had at least one child perched in front of it.
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5570
Lovely plenty of space only one electric outlet
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5636

5636
Could hear the ocean slosh up to the walls
Shower nice with door
Cabin attendant good
Clean towels plentiful


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5108

There were three of us in the cabin. The only thing tough was when we all took showers one after the other..we set off the heat sensor on the smoke alarm..TWICE...all was good..we just spaced out the showers.


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5080
Great Week on the Dawn MichelleDavison
Cabin was pretty quiet, but we could hear children in the next room. Liked the window and being close to the sea. Very good design.
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5082
Cabin 5082: I wouldn't stay in it again - I'd suggest going higher in the ship so you only have guest cabins above and below you versus public areas. We had the hallway in the area of Le Bistro and the Gatsby's Bar above us, and were awakened a few nights by the sound of something heavy and loud being rolled down the hall. Otherwise the cabin was in a quiet location and convenient to restaurants and disembarking from the ship while in port. Not bad, but definitely not as good a location as I've had previously.
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Dissappointing Dawn Madcap Minx
We had tried a sea view instead of a balcony and found it small and uninviting.
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5630
The bathroom door was a little hard to get closed. You had to slam it to get it to stay shut or pull super hard or push on it hard to get it to close more softly. Otherwise, the room was in excellent condition!
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5118
We were in stateroom # 5118. Being that this stateroom was a connecting room, I was afraid that this could cause lots of noise but to my surprise, the room was quite quiet. We would sometimes hear a little "windy" noise which we believe to be the vacuum in the aqua dining room (located just above), this never woke us up or bothered us. The bathrooms are on the small side, but really you won't be spending the bulk of your time there. The room was clean, being a germ freak; I had brought a bit of cleaning towels (kills 99% germs) to do some extra "Cleaning" and besides from a little scrubbing this was pretty good for a "hotel"! The bed was very comfortable and the big picture window sure helped the room feel more "open"! The room was centrally located and made it so you couldn't really feel the movement of the ship. The television was good with 18 channels (10 promoting the boat). On the plus side lots of good TV shows when you just feel like doing nothing.
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4550

Cabin 4550: Port hole view. Adequate to know if it is day or night.

Position of the room port side forward makes getting to it a little tricky as some elevators do not reach that part of fourth deck. If one remembers to use the mid-ship elevators and to ignore signs saying to use the fifth floor aft stairway, reaching the room is a breeze. Just bear left and follow the corridor and voila', the cabin appears.


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5038
5038 is below the Casino and there is a machine that sounds like whales mating right above the bed. The walls are paper thin and everything going on in 5050 is heard clearly. Loved the layout of the cabin and especially the bathroom. The blowdryers woek great.
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In deck 5 - could hear noise from cabin next to us.
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Cabin was small but fine - no issues other than intermittent TV (bad cables)
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5592
adequate room space for a couple but very tiny for 3 or 4 people
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5556
Outside State Room on Deck 5. Good size, Comfortable bed. Excellent Bathroom. Not insulated enough as the room next to us had two babies that cried all the time. Leave them home people.
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5088
Cabin location was great. We were close to the elevators and stairs. We were also one floor down from the Aqua dining hall so we had easy access to it. We did not feel much motion of the ship. The bed was a little hard. We had plenty of storage space for our things. The bathroom has a separate toilet, sink and shower area. They are all separated by glass doors.
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5570
Enjoyable Contracting
Would have liked a bigger TV with more channels. It was very hard to read captions on bottom of TV from the bed. We had to keep getting up in order to read the news stations. Also a DVD player would be nice for movies.
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