Family Balcony Stateroom
Balcony staterooms have a queen-size bed (that can be separated), pillow top mattress, a television, vanity, full closet with sliding doors, sofa bed, private shower, and a shaving bar.

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Family Balcony Stateroom (B2) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: November 2017
Stayed in an accessible cabin. Very roomy with needed bars in bathroom. Automatic door is a plus! Very quiet area of deck. Never even heard or saw neighbors! Read More
Stayed in an accessible cabin. Very roomy with needed bars in bathroom. Automatic door is a plus! Very quiet area of deck. Never even heard or saw neighbors! Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
The cabin was decent - a little dated - but clean and served its purpose. We traveled with 2 adults and 2 children (ages 9 and 11) and we used the drop down bunk and sofa as the 2nd and 3rd beds. Our Room Steward Han Mei was AWESOME (as ... Read More
The cabin was decent - a little dated - but clean and served its purpose. We traveled with 2 adults and 2 children (ages 9 and 11) and we used the drop down bunk and sofa as the 2nd and 3rd beds. Our Room Steward Han Mei was AWESOME (as all NCL Room Stewards are) and she left a minimum of 2 towel animals per day for the kids and even came in to the room and made them for them one evening while we were there. She kept the room extremely clean and we took care of all of our room needs. She was pleasant and attentive and our room was always clean and made up. Read Less
Claustrophobic and smoky : Cabin 12136
Sail Date: October 2017
Not much wider than the length of the bed- the balcony was the same width. Balcony so shallow that your knees practically hit the glass wall when sitting upright. Uncomfortable, hard sofa. Shower had mildewy odor. Read More
Not much wider than the length of the bed- the balcony was the same width. Balcony so shallow that your knees practically hit the glass wall when sitting upright. Uncomfortable, hard sofa. Shower had mildewy odor. Read Less
Cruise to Bermuda : Cabin 12156
Sail Date: August 2017
Cabin was nice. Typical cabin. Small balcony Read More
Cabin was nice. Typical cabin. Small balcony Read Less
A little disappointing : Cabin 12848/12850
Sail Date: July 2017
Joining Cabin balcony rooms. Husband and I in one cabin and a 17,18,19 year old in other cabin. Small rooms, small balconies. They were nice to have balconies in Bermuda for three days staying there but would have preferred the other side ... Read More
Joining Cabin balcony rooms. Husband and I in one cabin and a 17,18,19 year old in other cabin. Small rooms, small balconies. They were nice to have balconies in Bermuda for three days staying there but would have preferred the other side of the ship due to the fact it was docked the other way would have enjoyed watching people on the pier but still had a beautiful view. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
The cabin was spacious and provided ample storage and room for three women with several suitcases. Read More
The cabin was spacious and provided ample storage and room for three women with several suitcases. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2017
Our stateroom steward, Derrick was amazing. He kept our room spotless, immediately handled the issues related to the shower not draining well, learning and addressing us all by our first names, and the magnificent towel animals he created ... Read More
Our stateroom steward, Derrick was amazing. He kept our room spotless, immediately handled the issues related to the shower not draining well, learning and addressing us all by our first names, and the magnificent towel animals he created daily. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2017
We had a family balcony stateroom on Deck 12, and we were happy it and our room attendant. It had a pullman bed that came down from the ceiling, right above the sofa, forming a bunkbed for the kids. When we were on cruises with Royal, ... Read More
We had a family balcony stateroom on Deck 12, and we were happy it and our room attendant. It had a pullman bed that came down from the ceiling, right above the sofa, forming a bunkbed for the kids. When we were on cruises with Royal, their staterooms had curtains that separated the bed area from the couch/TV area. We wished the Breakaway had that too, as we found the TV was right in front of the kids' sleeping faces and was too bright for us to watch after their bedtimes. But we discovered that the area on the ceiling around the pullman bed was metal - so when we stopped in Port Canaveral, we MacGvyer-ed our own curtain system. We found some magnet-clips at the dollar store and used them to hold up a curtain of towels around the bunkbed so that we could watch TV and do stuff after the kids when to bed. I wish I'd taken a picture....but I'll definitely bring a big stash of magnet clips with us next time (we tried using the magnets we brought with us, but the towels were too thick for the magnet to "go through", so we needed the magnet clips). If we were to do this cruise again, we would choose a balcony on the Starboard side so that we could view the Statue of Liberty from our balcony going out of NYC (ours was on the port side this time around). However, the good thing about being on the port side is that we get the sun in the mornings on the way down, so it was nice to enjoy coffee on the balcony as it got warmer and warmer travelling south. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
Cabin was very nicely designed with excellent storage. Closet door did not operate smoothly which was annoying, but not critical. Bathroom was larger than others we've had on smaller ships. The balcony was very small. The room was ... Read More
Cabin was very nicely designed with excellent storage. Closet door did not operate smoothly which was annoying, but not critical. Bathroom was larger than others we've had on smaller ships. The balcony was very small. The room was somewhat clean, but it was obvious that it had not been dusted or thoroughly vacuumed in some time. Read Less

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