We splurged and booked a 2 bedroom suite on the Norwegian Dawn for a 7 day cruise from Boston to Bermuda. This cruise was our 5th overall cruise and were very excited to going on a cruise and traveling to Bermuda.
Embarkation went well. We waited in line through security and than were led to the suites/latitudes line for check in. After we checked in we were led to a small area to meet the concierge and butler who later brought us onboard to Cagney's steakhouse for lunch. Right from the beginning we noticed how wonderful the all the staff was. This was true for the entire voyage. We have never seen a crew work so hard and be so polite and caring. We think we had one of the hardest working cabin stewards as well. His name was Chris Rempillo and kept our cabin spotless.
The Suite was nice. The only thing we noticed that was a bit disconcerting was the second bedroom's wallpaper which was peeling off. Obviously someone decided to see if they could peel it off and ripped a big portion of exposing the wall. We also had a couple of cracked tiles in the shower. Other than those two issues, it was a great choice for all of us traveling. The suite can hold up to 6 passengers and also has two bathrooms and a nice balcony.
Suite was very nice with the exception of some peeling wallpaper in the second bedroom and a couple of cracked tiles in the master shower area. Plenty of space and with two bathrooms and bedrooms gives everyone their space. The balcony is nice. The shower and jetted tub in the master bathroom both have wonderful windows overlooking the ocean. It is so nice to soak in a tub and watch the world go by. The shower is also jetted and had a rain spout on top. The beds are very comfortable and have wonderful sheets, comforters, and pillows. Plenty of storage. One draw back is the lack of outlets. We brought some powers tips with us so we could plug in everything we needed to. We also brought some magnets with so we could hang notes to each other and keep the surfaces clear of clutter.