Family Oceanview Picture Window (O1): Norwegian Gem Cabin Reviews

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You can comfortably fit up to four guests in these staterooms, making them perfect for families. You'll enjoy an amazing view from the big picture window. Two lower beds convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two more guests. Of course, you'll have room service and many other amenities.

Family Oceanview Picture Window (O1)
Decks: Deck 5
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Cabin 5020
Good use of space, slept family of 4, shower seemed bigger than I expected.
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Mixed Feelings lenquixote66
The cabin was adequate .There was a wooden chair and a wooden desk .It was the first time that we did not have a couch but not that much of a problem.The bathroom was small . The window view was fine as was the bed and TV .
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Cabin 5568/5570
Almost Perfect! thehafts
Our cabins connected. They were nicely laid out and were of good size for 2 and 3 (us in one room our teenage kids in the other). There was ample drawer, shelf and closet space for us for a 10 day cruise. The shower even had a retractable clothes line for drying wet items. We also brought magnetic hooks (since all walls are metal) so we were able to hang additional things as needed. The connecting doors could have used some WD40 though, as they did squeak quite a bit.
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Cabin 5090
We were a little tight, to be expected, but we were only there to sleep, shower and s_ _ t
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Cabin 5558
We booked simply a guaranteed oceanview cabin and got a top end O1 mid-ship cabin. Unfortunately it was a family cabin, meaning it had a bunk bed on the wall. Given the somewhat smaller dimensions of the cabin than most similar ships, it was difficult for both of us to navigate to and from the bed. Storage was as good as any similar category cabin we've had and the shower was definitely the largest and best of any we've had on any cruise. Perhaps because of that, the rest of the bathroom was very small and might be a problem for some heavier passengers. Location was excellent and quiet.
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Cabin 5512
Mostly Great Tatiou
Cabin is very forward and you'll hear the bow trusters quite clearly. Easy access to elevators, long walk to buffet or food. Perfect for access to Stardust Theater. Calm and quite at night!
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Cabin 5558
Cabin 5558. Great view. Cabin attendant very helpful. Sink clogged last day. Shower had great pressure and temperature control.
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Cabin 5012
Standard OceanView Family with picture window. Two twin beds standard plus one pullman folds down as needed. Outside of window is covered in salt, so don't expect a crystal clear view. Room was clean and well maintained.
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Cabin 5576
We were in adjoining 5576 and 5578. Both with picture windows. Perfect location, deck 5 mid ship. Day 1 at sea was rough, and low/center of boat is much less sea-sickening. On/off for excursions is on deck 4, so we never had to wait with the masses. Nice to have 2 bathrooms with a family of 5! Beds were very comfortable. Rooms good size for a ship.
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Cabin 5590
Cabin was fine, just the right size. Didn't need a balcony. It was quiet. TV had CNBC, but no FoxNews. SkyNews was a waste.
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Cabin 5532
All I can say is Superb - lovely goodies in the en-suite too - Elemis products - lovely!
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Cabin 5582
Cabin 5582 Left side of ship, Last cabin before stair Tower or 1st cabin depending upon your direction. Good View had a window, Hallway was noisy because of the spring breakers on the ship. No one taught them to be quite at 2:00 in the Morning Ohh Well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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