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Penthouse with Large Balcony (SF): Norwegian Sky Cabin Reviews

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Penthouse with Large Balcony Cabins

14 Reviews
You will have the perfect getaway in these Penthouses that sleep up to five guests. Features a bedroom with queen-size bed and luxury bath with shower, in addition to the living area, dining area, private balcony and additional bedding to sleep three additional guests. Includes butler and concierge service.

Penthouse with Large Balcony (SF)
Decks: Deck 8 | Deck 9
Cabin
Rating
Comments
9002
NCL SKY Suite Monique49
Best room ever, the balcony was wonderful.
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Great anniversary! Island Tripper

Great bed, loved the balcony.. Small shower, no coffee maker. Ample closet and room space.


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0064

Cabin 0064. Aft-Facing Penthouse Suite. This room has more than enough room for two people, and with a pull out bed, will accomodate 4. The wrap around balcony is to die for. Save your pennies, and enjoy the suite life. Once you do, you'll never look back.


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9202
The room was very large considering the size of most rooms on the cruise. Our room had a large balcony with 2 regular chairs and 2 layout chairs with 2 tables. One day we asked the butler to bring our breakfast from cagneys onto our balcony for us. It was fabulous!!! Our bathroom was also bigger than normal. It had a jacuzzi tub with jets and a glass shower instead of the normal small shower with shower curtain. The sink had granite or corian counter tops. There was a smaller room that had beds similar to bunk beds. I assume this was for kids traveling with you. Other differences I noticed from the normal rooms was the flat screen television, refrigerator with drinks, large mirror over the bed, 3 closets, and plenty of space.
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8202
8202 was a very large cabin with a huge deck. The bathroom looked really dated. Very 80's looking even though it was build in 1999, go figure.
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8202
Huge Balcony, included 2 x loungers, table with 4 chairs and coffee table Bed very comfortable, pull out bed not too bad. Great to have shower with glass panels and bath seperate Double wardrobe inside door, 2 single wardrobes opposite bed. Plenty of storage space
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9002
Penthouse Suite Cabin 9002 and 9202- Excellent. Plenty of room for everything. 2 closest in the main room and a spare closet in the bunk bed room. 1 more closet in the main room that had about 6 smaller drawers. Plus drawers at the desk. We did not use the coffe machine/expresso make but it was a really nice touch. There was plently of napkins and silverware in the room for when you ordered room service, or had a meal set up on your balcony. The mini fridge was smal and didn't have much room at all. The bathroom was great. The whirpool tub was a great touch and the shower was nice. Much better than a curtain like on Carnival
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8202
8202- Great balcony, Jacuzzi, Stereo, dvd player, pillow menu.. couldn't go wrong!!
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9202
Front of the ship! Great view with spacious private balcony equipped with lounge chairs and table/chairs to enjoy morning coffee (espresso machine in room). Plenty of closet space. Quiet location. Extra services, such as butler and VIP treatment included with the room.
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8002
Great storage space. Terrific shower and jacuzzi tub (they are separate). Safe is hard to get into if you are short. The deck is to die for! Beds are comfy. You can hear the hot tub next doorsounds like a jet engine about to take off. As long as the neighbors from hell are not partying above you it is nice and quiet inside and out in the hallway. The most fun is watching the Jack-in-the-Box fellow who pops up on deck to raise and lower the NCL flag.
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