Mini-Suites have a queen-size bed (that can be separated), pillow top mattress, a built in vanity area, full closet with sliding doors, television, sofa bed, double sink, and a waterfall shower with multiple body spray jets and a handheld shower head.
We were excited to be staying in a Spa mini-suite. The cabin is the same size as the balcony cabins except the bathroom is awesome. You get spa quality shampoos, conditioner, and lotion. The balcony is like a postage stamp. We barely used it due to its incredibly small size. We were not told about the thermal spa unlimited use. We had to find that out on our own. Oh my, it is awesome. Just call the spa and they will tell you to come up and they place a sticker on the back of your card and show you around. Enjoy! Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very spacious. We were 2 people travelling and had no issues with the cabin. The bathroom had a shower, which was approximately 3'x6' with a glass door. There was a double sink with room above to hold your toiletries as well as 2 cabinets below, one of which had a trash receptacle. There was plenty of room in the closet with enough hangers. I normally always bring hangers with me that i get from the dry cleaners with my laundry. I did bring them this time but did not need them. There was also draw space under the TV. The drawers were curved and did not hold as much as if they were square drawers. The cabin was very quiet. You really never heard any noise at all, not even the messages that come over the PA system. You either have to open your door or turn the TV on to hear them. Read entire member review >>
The room may have a bigger balcony but the size of the room is smaller. So small that it was very difficult to hang up clothes in the closet since the sofa (which can't be moved) is so close. Also, this room is directly below where people are playing pingpong and the door opening on deck 15 so if people are running and jumping while playing it reverberates in the room which is disturbing. Best thing is that it was close to the elevators and only 1 flight up to the Spa. We wouldn't request this room again. Read entire member review >>
Clean, big bathroom, nice shower, small balcony, beds a bit lumpy after the first few days, free access to thermal spa (make sure you go there the first day to get your free passes though). Read entire member review >>
Lovely cabin with plenty of storage for bags and everything else! Loved the large bathroom! Would have liked more room on balcony. The beds were comfortable. We had a single cup coffee maker but never had enough packages of coffee! We asked for more, but were told they could only leave enough for about 3 cups at any time. We disliked that we had to pay for bottled water. Read entire member review >>
The Spa Mini-Suite is excellent for the use of the Spa. That we loved and well worth the extra money. The room is large and the bathroom is very large which I loved and the shower is huge with the extra nozzles kinda fun to enjoy. The only downside for the room is the lack of storage for this huge ship compared to some of the other Norwegian ships we have been on. Read entire member review >>
Very comfortable and big enough for a place that was only used to sleep and change. The bathroom was very nice and the shower was wonderful! Plenty of storage if you take the extra 5 minutes to find it. TV offerings were terrible but who really needs it? Park yourself at one of the many bars, have a nice drink and hang with friends or family. Read entire member review >>
Exceptionally clean, bed/pillows very comfortable. Plenty of closet storage bins. Love having the locked safe. Variety on tv with great movie choices. Balconey a plus. Love the use of the most wonderful spa, very clean, private and lots of choices. I used it every day. Read entire member review >>
Liked the cabin location except was loud early in am as they were setting up chairs above on 15 . Our cabin steward, Madonna was so good, that it made up for the early morning noise. The bathroom in the spa mini is really good size. Read entire member review >>
Same as the rest but the spa being included made it a terrific deal! We loved the spa. The cabin had tons of storage. Plenty of hangers, a coffee pot, hair dryer, shower gel, shampoo, lotions, all there. Read entire member review >>
Exvellent overall. Bathroom was amazing !!! Balcony small but as expected Layout excellent. Storage adequate. Bed and pillows excellent. Cabin was one of the best features of the cruise. Read entire member review >>
The cabin layout was nice. The problem with this cabin is that every morning at 7 AM you can hear the lounge chairs being dragged across the floor above you. I had brought a sound machine for the room but that did nothing to drowned out the sound of metal scraping across metal. Our cabin steward was nonexistent. We received two towel animals for seven day trip. We were never welcome to our room and this actually had a negative impact on our trip. We traveled with a group of friends who posted many pictures of their steward and of the things that were left for them in their room and we had nothing. We had to call about resetting the safe the first day. We had to call to get another TV remote. Even after receiving the new TV remote, there was difficulty using the features on the TV. Read entire member review >>
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