Oceanview Porthole Window (OG): Norwegian Gem Cabin Reviews

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Up to four guests can stay in these Oceanview Staterooms. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding that sleep two more, as well as a porthole to enjoy the view.

Oceanview Porthole Window (OG)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5
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Oceanview Porthole Window Cabin Reviews
Cabin 4508
Nov 2016
Good, bigger than average.
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Aug 2016
Cruise from hell By: kunyve
Wonderful state room stewart
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Cabin 4522
Dec 2015
The cabin was clean, the little animals made out of towels was cute. Next time I would upgrade to a balcony. I have had balconies on other cruises and they are much nicer, no one's fault but my own.
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Cabin 4522
Dec 2015
Much More Good Than Bad By: Presbycruiser
Clean and comfortable with a good bathroom. Nice and quiet. Fine for one, adequate for two, would be very cramped for three.
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Cabin 4554
May 2015
We were very happy with the room. There was plenty of room for the two of us, luggage and all. The bed was comfy. The steward was on point for the whole trip, keeping our room clean and fulfilling any requests we had. Porthole provided a great touch of natural light.
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Cabin 4512
Jun 2013
3rd cruise, first review. By: decemberpsyche
We liked our room. I like being able to sit in the sill by the porthole and watch the water.
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Cabin 5006
Feb 2012
Cabin 5006 is a porthole cabin We noticed there was none of the expected vibration when stabilizers were used.
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Cabin 4520
Sep 2011
BEST CRUISE YET!!! By: CPitkin
Great layout for the bathroom. Small but comfortable cabin. Very clean.
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Cabin 5506
Jul 2011
Small but just right. Near the front so good access to theater and lounge.
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Cabin 4522
Jul 2011
Wave motion was more noticeable than most cruise ships: our stateroom was lowest passenger level, deck 4, near the front. Minor mechanical noise. Sunrise came through our porthole window. In Bermuda window faced water (bay). Easy to get to stardust theater.
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Cabin 4528
Oct 2010
The photo of the cabin we saw when we booked showed a window but when we checked in all we had was a porthole. If there is a next time I want a balcony.
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Cabin 4512
Feb 2010
The cabin was very far forward and we felt a lot of motion. Storage was more than adequate. Shower had plenty of hot water and good size. There was a bed that jutted out from the wall necessitating great care in getting out of bed. I banged my head more than once. The room had beds for four-impossibly small for four people!
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Cabin 4528
Sep 2009
Hallway gets very noisy on port days during embarkation and disembarkation.
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