We picked the Dawn because of the Garden Villa Suite. We had a total of 16 traveling with us and this ship provided the best living and deck space to get together each day. As with other reviews, the room was fabulous and the ship was good too.
Roal and Jairus, our concierge and steward, were the two that made the suite life sweet. There were no requests made that weren't met with "let me see" and soon after have it happen (with one exception that I will mention later). They took care of the 16 as if everyone was staying in the suite. We were so spoiled in one week's time that everyone has a slight case of the blahs with the real life some two weeks after returning home.
Another benefit of the suite is the use of Moderno restaurant for breakfast and lunch. We did this many times and the food and service was far above the buffet.
We had a couple of hiccups such as NCL changing the itinerary the night before sailing due to Hurricane Florence. Everyone packed for Bermuda but we ended up in Canada. Don't fault NCL but they did little to make up for the disappointment. Everyone received a $30 credit which was a nice gesture but not proportional to what people spent on the cruise.
The other head scratcher was that we had to pay for drinks brought up to the room even though we had the drink package. We had our own butler who was supposed to bring food and drinks so it wasn't a staffing issue. The rationalization given was that we had 6 bottles of booze that we selected as part of the suite and they gave mixers so we could make our own drinks.
In the end, we would go on the Dawn if we got the chance to get the Garden Villa Suite.
14000 can't be beat. The bedding is nicer, the room is bigger and you have this panoramic view. Because of the one way mirrored glass, you can see out of the stateroom and living area but folks can't see in. A nice touch of privacy. One hint, people can see in at night if you have the lights on.