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

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Oceanview Stateroom with Large Picture Window Cabins

10 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).

Oceanview Stateroom with Large Picture Window (OA)
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5836
Very spacious and lots of storage! The house keeping staff was wonderful too!
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9102
We booked an ocean view room, which had a view of a canopy and a steel bulkhead. When we asked to be switched we were told 'Ocean View doesn't necessarily mean that there will be a view of the Ocean'. You can't make this stuff up. The blind that covered the window was broken for 3 of the 7 days, so no sunlight either. Ug..
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10704
Our cabin was starboard on the very forward/front of the ship. It was alittle larger than the other Oceanview cabins and the layout was awesome. There was a long window seat to sit and lookout directly over the bow of the ship! Very quiet in this area, you are at the very end of the hallway son no one running up and down the halls! Also you are below the bridge area of the ship so no loud noises from bars and restaurants.
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We had never had a forward-facing porthole, but on the Getaway this was an amazing view! Every morning, day, we loved it. They make you close the curtain at night because of the captain's deck above, but we simply went out. Also, quite a bit roomier restroom and bed area than we had expected. Bathroom and shower bigger than NCL's competitors' ships. Bed was comfortable, not quite as nice as some we have enjoyed on past cruises (RCCL's Oasis), but we didn't cruise to try out beds.
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9102
We were in 9104 and 9102 facing the front of the ship. These rooms are small but we were comfy. My husband wished he had more drawers. If you get 2 rooms, be sure to ask for a guest key so you can get into each others.
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10704

This time we tried an oceanview and we liked it, the room is spacious you have enough place for everything, there is a place to sit right in front of the window and you have a very lovely view of the Sunrise or Sunset we were very please with this room.


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13104
Awesome vacation! Adrianav2002

This cabi is right below the captain navigation deck. You are not allowed to open the shade at night because of the glare it may cause to the captain. That said, it's a nice cabin and you get to see what the captain sees so it's great when arriving at a port. It is all the way to the front so you will be walking a lot. Look at the little fish design on the carpet in the hallways to the rooms. They are "swimming" to the front of the ship so you don't get lost. Shampoo and liquid soap provided but no conditioner. Plenty of space. I would book this cabin again.


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5228

The room was large, efficient , nice entryway, bathroom on the right, and then a closet, only shelves for clothes, no drawers, on the left was a desk area, and mini fridge. Only 2 outlets on the desk. Two small shelves on side of desk, a flatscreen TV on the right, and a large picture window with a great view. Very roomy cabin. Fifth deck is quiet, cabin near elevator so not much walking, near the aft, no motion noted with rough seas, Long walk to the gangway for ports, but very wide corridor, much wider than other decks.


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11141

Room was just okay. Nothing special. Room service was good, particularly on the last day.


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13702

This was an outside cabin with a large window facing the front of the ship. No problems with the room. Our cabin steward was very nice.


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