Norwegian Spirit Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for you to cruise. With room for up to four, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate two more.
Very comfortable and well serviced by Max. We were very impressed on arrival as when we asked for the bed to be changed from a double bed to twins giving more floor space it was done immediately. On other ships it has taken two days! Shower quite big. Read entire member review >>
When I first saw the cruise map, I was very concerned about the location of this room because it was right above the casino and in the border of the mid-night Karaoke room. End up I shouldn't need to concern at all, the room was very quiet and I didn't hear a bit of any sound came from the below. Very good sound proofing. I didn't rate this room high because it was located in the forward position and I did experience the swinging / bumping during the high wave time and also hear the engine sound shaking the room when the ship was about to dock the port. The bed was comfy. There was no dvd player nor dvd available to borrow for free like HAL though. I hope they have this service in order to kill time during the in sea time. Read entire member review >>
This cabin was a mess! Our safe did not work and was fixed the first night. Our shower had a loose tile. It had to be retiled on day 2, so we had to carry our things up 5 decks and get ready for dinner in a different room. Our toilet repeatedly quit working. Because the issue couldn't be properly fixed, we had to move to a different stateroom on Christmas morning. Read entire member review >>
Both my mother (9085) and I (10151) had cabins with poles in the centre so that we could choose one or other of the 2 single beds in the room but they couldn't be combined into a double bed. My mother is almost 80yo and I was concerned that she might have an accident, banging into this metal pole in the night.
The bathroom was excellent with a large shower, soaps provided etc. The shower was not complex.
The English language television was fine - BBC World News service, Sky News, Sky Sports and about 10 movies that recycled (mainly for children and young adults). I also enjoyed the French film channel. There was an internal channel where the cruise director reviewed procedures for going ashore in the morning. This was very handy for confirming the ships plans for the next day. Read entire member review >>
Our stateroom attendant Henra was absolutely wonderful. He worked extra hard to keep everyone satisfied and the room clean and well stocked. We had an inside room that was small but comfortable. The bathroom in our opinion was the highlight of the room. The Spirit is an older and smaller ship but the shower was larger and encased in glass rather than the shower curtain. The entire bathroom seemed more roomy than any bathroom other than suites. It was clean and the shower worked with nice water pressure. The climate control panel in the room worked like a charm. From research we knew the ship was old but if we had not done that we would have never known its age. Its a beautiful ship. Read entire member review >>
Safe was broke at first, but did get fixed, I was traveling with my husband and I felt as thou we has a canoe in the middle of our bed, often had scalding hot water or no hol water! Read entire member review >>
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