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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. These staterooms are mid-ship accommodations, which means you'll have easy access to everything on board.

Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window (OF)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5
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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window Cabin Reviews
Cabin 4588
Mar 2017
Our Steward, Mel was very quiet... Everything was well set up... we never knew he was even around. bed turned down at night, always fresh towels....I know the TV had only a few channels, but met out needs when we retired for the evening....and the big thing.. If you have been told to just book a balcony, save your money and get an Oceanview or Inside Cabin room, as you really only are in your room for a small percentage of the day.... NOTHING RATTLED Some cruise rooms have had noticable vibration or bad location, but not this one..
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Cabin 4602
Mar 2017
Good time By: Eddiesmom2013
The cabin was clean and comfortable. Lots of room for storage. Our sliding door to the toilet was off its rail but we reported it and it was fixed quickly.
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Cabin 4584
Mar 2017
The Panama Canal By: WIEBER
Cabin was small, low ceiling, small bathroom, under our bed was some other stored bedding, so we had to have our luggage in our living area, lighting was dim. Although there are some issues, we slept well, neighbors and hallways were very quiet.
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Cabin 4598
Mar 2016
With 3 adults and a child, I was concerned the room would be too small. The room was fine. There was one fold down bed and on trundle bed, along with a queen size bed. The queen size bed was extremely comfortable. (We noticed that the staff was in the process of changing out many mattresses throughout the ship when we boarded. Maybe we had a brand new mattress.) Storage was limited, but once we put our empty suitcases under the bed, there was plenty of room for everything. The shower was not cramped, although the toilet was. (This may be TMI, but when I sat on the toilet I had to take off my pants in order to be able to sit comfortably.) The small size of the toilet area may be a unique factor in this particular room; the wall behind the toilet seemed to slant inwards. We were at the very end of the hall, so it could be just this room. The room was midship on the 4th (bottom) floor. When the ride got choppy on the last full day, we were thankful to be in this cabin. Also, we had easy access to the mid-ship elevator and stairs, not to mention being right next to the main exit. Surprisingly, there didn't seem to be an extra noise from the stairs with this location.
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Cabin 4600
Dec 2015
NCL Jewel Revisted By: ifishmo
NCL average size, clean well kept, no additional noise, was a good location
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Cabin 5527
Nov 2015
Nice room. Poor room attendant.
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Cabin 4550
Jan 2015
FANTASTIC first time on the Jewel By: AmethystAloysia
Great room, very spacious. Being on the 4th floor mid-ship turned out to be great; we were close to everything especially getting on and off the ship. Very smooth as well, hardly felt the ship move.
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Cabin 4564
Jan 2015
Well, I guess it was good, except for one thing..It was a 4-person family, and that means that there has to be 2 more extra beds..which is where the problem began. As we went in our stateroom for the first time, we were surprised that there were only 3 beds! We asked why, and they said that they would set up another odd bed. The odd bed was actually very odd... It was just some mattress with pillows and a blanket thrown on to the floor. Wow, high quality.
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Aug 2012
Family cruise to Alaska By: travelmom74
We stayed in a standard oceanview cabin on deck 8, aft. It could accommodate 4 people. The bed configuration consisted of 2 twin beds, one pull down bed and one trundle bed. When the room was made up at night by our cabin steward, the trundle bed was positioned in between the two twin beds. This resulted in the entire width of our cabin being one "big" bed made out of 3 twin beds. Our cabin was interconnecting which was really convenient. Just a quick note about deck 8 itself. Very convenient to get to public areas and dining rooms. Some areas of deck 8 had a faint sewage smell throughout the duration of the cruise.
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Cabin 4580
Jan 2012
Thank You, Lovely Jewel By: trivia nut
Cabin 4580 was a porthole mid-ship. It was quite comfortable and quiet with easy location to everything, especially getting off at the ports. Well maintained and clean. We love the bathroom layout on NCL ships with large showers and separate toilet. Plenty of storage and the most comfortable beds. We slept very well.
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Sep 2011
The ocean view porthole room was actually larger than I had expected! NCL made great use of the space with all the nooks and crannies to store stuff. The bed was very comfortable, as were the linnens. The only thing negative at all is that the carpeting has seen better days.
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Cabin 5539
Oct 2010
5539- Nice ocean view toward front. Quiet & convenient.
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Cabin 4602
Jul 2010
Great storage. Wasnt huge, but was laid out well. Bathroom was set up well too. Not alot of outlets, but is good for anyone who also has some European plugs. We have a camera we bought in Germany, so we could use it onboard. Im glad I didnt pay another 500 for a balcony room. I was able to use that for excursions.
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Cabin 5080
Jan 2010
Cabin 5080 - no complaints! Loved the floor plan, especially 3-compartments shower area. Smart idea to have the dial outside. For us, a porthole instead of a window was enough.
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Cabin 5580
Apr 2009
We had a Oceanview Stateroom (port hole) on Deck 5 (5580). It was close to the elevators at midship. When I selected our room online, it was under the F category. I would highly recommend this area on the ship. Our steward was Albert, who was extremely nice, cleaned the room daily, turned down the bed every evening (and left towel animals for us), provided clean towels when requested, checked and restocked the minibar as needed, and was always available. There was a place for everything in our room. I would highly recommend placing all of your belongings in the drawers, etc on the first day as this allows you room to move about the cabin. I had a large suitcase which we were able to store in the closet. It was just my husband and I in the room and there was plenty of room for all of our things. We had a great view of the ocean from the port hole. This was a quiet location on the ship; we did not have any problems with any of our neighbors. There is a safe in the room for you to use. We did use it the first couple of days (there are directions on how to set up the code). On day 3, however, when we went to open it, it wouldn't. We waited 5 minutes and then reentered our code and it opened. We weren't sure what the problem was, so we decided to not use it for the remainder of our trip.
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Cabin 4578
Jun 2008
Small cabin but enough storage space. Handy to elevators and for debarkation at ports. Perfect if economizing - if I win a lottery I will get a mini-suite but until then - this served the purpose.
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