Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window (OF): Norwegian Star Cabin Reviews

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window Cabins

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With room for up to four guests, these Oceanview Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests, as well as a porthole that offers a great view. These are mid-ship staterooms, which means you'll be right near everything fun and exciting on board.

Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window (OF)
Decks: Deck 4
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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window Cabin Reviews
Cabin 4582
Oct 2016
Standard cabin but we were not on the cruise for the cabin. Met all expectations.
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Cabin 4578
Sep 2016
Although small, our cabin proved adequate for our needs, including space for my collapsible wheelchair. The porthole enabled me to deal with my claustrophobia. The bathroom was quite small, but, again, adequate as long as only one of us at a time was in there.
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Cabin 4600
Aug 2016
Beautiful Baltic By: Goonersam
Good condition, decent storage space, quiet location (deck 4), comfy beds
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Cabin 4600
Jun 2016
Cruise to Copenhagen. By: humordoc
Cabin was small. Stewart was great. Actually had fresh linen daily.
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Cabin 4602
Feb 2016
The layout of the cabin was terrible. To get into the bed on one side you had to step over a table. To get in on the other side you had to lean forward as there was a drop down bed on the wall.
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Cabin 4536
Feb 2016
More spacious than I had anticipated. We had two huge cruise cases as well as four other pieces of luggage and had plenty of room to totally unpack and put away everything. Cabin always clean and bathroom was very roomy due to the split layout.
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Cabin 4592
Aug 2011
I Expected Better By: Lolac1
Small, porthole window. The beds were small. It was comfortable enough.
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Cabin 4628
Oct 2010
For a fairly cheap room on a low deck it was fine. We had to kneel on the bed to watch out the porthole. The head occasionally had a foul odor, but the crew kept working on it. The engine noise was the worst part. Sometime it sounded as if a jet was taking off just outside. The sound of the waves rushing by just a few feet below the porthole actually was soothing after the first night. On the one stormy night, the waves washed over the porthole every few cycles, which was scary at first but finally kind of exciting.
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Cabin 4592
May 2010
Porthole cabin. Comfortable bed. Great bathroom. Quiet location. As expected.
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