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Oceanview Porthole Window (OG): Norwegian Dawn Cabin Reviews

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Oceanview Porthole Window Cabins

17 Reviews
These Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to four guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests. You'll also have a porthole to enjoy an amazing view.

Oceanview Porthole Window (OG)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5
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4526
We booked an outside porthole cabin to get the drink package included. The queen size bed was fine but the cabin was so small that you had to crawl into the bed as the other furniture blocked access on the sides. The bathroom had a sliding glass door for the toilet which made it a tight squeeze even for average sized people. Note that the description here of the OG category says it has a picture window, but OG Cabin 4526 actually has one small porthole above the bed.
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5000
Not the Dawn Of A New Era AquaAdventurer
We had one of the port hole cabins, but it was enough since we spent little time in the cabin. There was an extra bed under our and one mounted on the wall. What this cabin would have looked like with all the beds set up can only be imagined. During the cruise we were occasionally able to hear waves lightly slapping against the hull but the sound was regular and rather soothing. What was annoying was a broken fan like sound that would begin slowly, get progressively faster and louder and then stop, usually within a few minutes. Wasn’t enough to wake us up so we ignored it.
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8658

Not real big but, very quiet and close to many places we liked to spend our time on the boat.


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5562

The cabin was pretty typical. Some normal wear and a slight sewer smell in the toilet area. Plenty of storage.


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8156

Cabin was pretty standard but beds were hard as a rock.


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5502

Our cabin was the usual size. We loved that the bathroom was larger than any we had on Princess or Carnival. It was almost a full shower. Don't care for the port holes. Love the large windows on Princess and, I believe, Carnival, too. If yours accommodates a 3rd or 4th person, you have to watch your head getting in and out of bed. The bed above sticks out about 10" about 5' off the ground. It hurts when you bump into it.


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4532
Cruise gone wild scubalvr
Room was a comfortable size for two passengers, three would have been a little tight. The bathroom was one of the biggest I have seen and the shower was really nice. The door falling off the track in the toilet area was not cool. The toilet did not always flush when the button was pushed ( we never knew when it would flush, sometimes 10 min. after flushing!) There was plenty of storage. The room was pretty dark(lighting was not strong) The light over the bed was too close and would heat up the pillow if left on too long. The port hole gave adequate light during the day. The walls where paper thin, we could hear EVERYTHING in the next room whether we wanted to or not! Halls where ridiculously loud, but the clients on our deck where very loud! Elevators where very slow, some where out of service.
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4075
Cruise was good Olive Oil2
Great cabin, not so great location. Next to shore excursion door, alittle noisy.
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5506
A Dawn good time! B40 Tha Cruisa
Good cabin, good size for outside. Not great in rough weather.
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4506
Great layout. Windowseat-like area near porthole, though from the dent in it, it's not made for really sitting! Roomy, clean, very nice. Far enough down the hall forward that you avoid the crowds disembarking at the Deck 4 gangway in Bermuda everyday.
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