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Family Mini-Suite with Balcony (M3): Norwegian Epic Cabin Reviews

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Family Mini-Suite with Balcony Cabins

14 Reviews
These Family Mini-Suites with a Balcony are perfect if you want to bring the kids. With room for up to four they feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, an upper bed and a sofa bed. In addition to the sitting area, luxury bath with shower or tub and your own private balcony, where the whole family can hang out and enjoy the view.

Family Mini-Suite with Balcony (M3)
Decks: Deck 13 | Deck 14
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8070
Good not Great familyfun1909
What they call a mini suite was the worst cabin I ever had even before I could afford a balcony. The curved design made it odd to negotiate at night. The toilet area of the split bathroom was so tight it was barely usable. The bed was very short, so it is a good thing no one in the family is tall. I am glad we did not spend much time in it.
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13233
Mixed Emotions NJshorecruiser

Our room was very nice & since we are a couple, we didn't mind the bathroom setup. Our room steward (wish I could tell you his name), was nowhere to be seen until the last day when he came to get our luggage (which we walked off ourselves due to an early flight). On other NCL cruises, the steward knocked on our door & introduced himself & made sure that we had whatever was needed. Not on the Epic though. No worries, it didn't make or break our vacation!


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13225
We Loved this ship! PROUD MARY 638

beautiful cabin, great location. bed near the balcony... very nice.. close to the elevators. convenient. plenty of storage.


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14059
Great large balcony. Lots and lots of storage. Bed a little small but bearable. Toilet, Shower setup very nice. TV entertainment a little lacking.
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13048
In the minisuites, there are two configurations: Couch by the door and bed by the balcony, or bed by the door and couch by the balcony. As in 13048, the couch by the door is CLEARLY the better option. When you walk by the split bathroom, you have an open area next to and in front of the couch. Plenty of room by the sink and room to get by the stool and make-up mirror. Huge closet spaces as there are three closets. So much storage room that we didn't use it all, and sliding the suitcases under the beds was very easy. Temperature controls were easy to use, and lighting was soft with controls by the bed as well as the door. The balcony had room for two chairs and a lounger.
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Cabin was very well laid out and lots of storage space. Bed was really top notch. Cabin was extremely well noise insulated and we had great views.
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13040
See above review----
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13229
Originally booked - 11320 (aft, rear-facing) - NO!!! Tiny and smelly... "Upgrade" Family Deluxe - 13229 (mid) - Yes! Plenty of closet space... Both cabins - strange design of the cabin. Shower and toilet areas are separated by the entrance foyer (I don't know how to describe better)... When you step out of the shower into this foyer and someone, expected or unexpected, walks in... hmmm... I will leave this to your imagination... Comedy on TV - funny, but in reality and you - not so sure... :)
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14053
Interesting design, comfortable, great balcony. Weird necessity to keep key card inserted at doorway to keep lights on.
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