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Family Oceanview Stateroom with Large Picture Window (O1): Norwegian Getaway Cabin Reviews

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Family Oceanview Stateroom with Large Picture Window Cabins

9 Reviews
Oceanview staterooms feature two lower beds that can be converted to queen-size, vanity area with shelves and storage space, television, full-size closet, and a private shower (some rooms with a tub).

Family Oceanview Stateroom with Large Picture Window (O1)
Decks: Deck 5
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5778
We really liked this cabin, plenty of room for my wife, myself and three sons aged 6,12 and 14. We especially like the bathroom it had a double sink and a bathtub.
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9702
Tried the front of the ship for the first time and really liked it. There was little rocking since waves were calm thru whole cruise. Loved the large window and window seat which made the room appear larger. Only next time we will request Deck 11 or 12 as our view was level with the railing and the white tent roofs of the bar below us which gave us an obstructed view.
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901
a little roomier than expecting.
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Excellent choice for a family needing separate beds for children. Nice sized bathroom and tub. Finest of materials used.


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5738
Last minute Getaway cruceriantes

Outside accessible cabin, large, very comfortable and very well appointed. (see youtube video)


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5168

This was a mid-ship room.
It was a tight room for Five, with not enough space to unpack for all five, but we managed. Luckily the only times in the room were for sleeping. The beds were all comfortable, and after trying to figure out how the fifth person got a bed, when we arrived back at our room after diner the first night, the bunk was opened (drops out of the ceiling).
Only one outlet in the room, so I had planed ahead and brough extension cords and a power strip so we could charge all our phones and cameras each night.
The main light switch was activated by your room key, but found out any card in your wallet will work. The outlet is also switched with this switch. It took us a while to find all the switches, but you can turn off all the lights without removing the key card from the switch.
Only on the port days did we have issues with noise. 7:30am each port morning we were awoken by what every they were doing while docking the ship, but other than that, a very quiet room!
The kids liked sitting in the window an watching the sea roll by.
Bathroom had a bath, and double sinks.


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