The cabin was adequate for the amount of time and price paid for the three night voyage. The shower took a bit to get warm (so we'd let the water run) and the TV didn't necessarily work well, but that wasn't what we needed to worry about during a Reunion and Birthday Celebration. Read entire member review >>
We had the inside stateroom and it was more than adequate. Very impressed with the twice a day change of towels and our little towel puppets. Beds and pillows were excellent and comfortable. I would have preferred power supply at headboard of bed. Cabin was small but comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Cabin: We were in 9141 an inside on deck 9 midship. This was a typical interior cabin layout and enough room for us on this 4 day cruise. Storage was ok but would of had issues if it was a longer cruise. The shower was a little bigger than expected. Our steward didn’t go out of her way but she keep the place tidy. During the rough seas there was a constant banging of something behind our cabin which kept us up the first two nights. Beds were comfortable though. Luggage arrived pretty quickly. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was quiet small for me, but it didn't matter to me coz we only stayed in the room to sleep , all the time we went around the cruise liner and enjoyed. The room attendant ATANG was very very nice.I dont know why people would under rate the Norwegian (NCL), when the truth is its satisfaction guaranteed. Read entire member review >>
As this was a trip for my Mom and I, and we were on a budget, I booked the Inside Stateroom (Location:Aft, Category: ID). It was a cutest little room. They had pre-separated our beds, we had plenty of closet space (even though we ended up just living out of our suitcases for the 3 days), a TV, a small desk, 3 descent sized mirrors, good air-conditioning and a small bathroom. Hand wash, shampoo and towels were provided. As we were walking around the ship and eating the majority of the time, the size of the room did not bother us in the slightest. Housekeeping cleaned our room twice a day if we wanted. Once in the morning and they would check back in the evenings if anything needed replacing. Wow! Read entire member review >>
Room 0106 NCL Sky. Mildew Smell is so bad it made nearly every singly piece of clothing WREAK when they remained in the closet hung up for a 3 day cruise. To the point of where i changed 3 times and had to spray myself down with air freshner on the drive home after changing in to the third unused shirt. It's a 121 sqft cabin IE the smallest type of cabin on the ship. Mini Fridge kinda broken (Back element is slanted and knocked over mini bottles). Not all documents were placed in stateroom such as room service menu. Only has 1 nightstand, has a super small desk and no 2nd sitting chair. Read entire member review >>
Closet was small, and beds were VERY firm. But there was room under the beds for luggage. Bath room is small but manageable. Rooms has slight vibrations when the ships maneuvering thrusters are utilized. Read entire member review >>
We had the smallest cabin you could get...no view, no chair. Just a bed and a shower basically. The closet was suffice for what we needed, and it was kept clean. We were next to a room where they brought dirty dishes and it was a little noisy at times, but not enough to bother us. The second night on the ship our bathroom light went out, but the next day after out excursion it was fixed. Read entire member review >>
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