Aft-Facing Balcony
With room for up to three guests, these staterooms have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a pull out sofa to accommodate one more. Along with a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a private balcony with an amazing aft-facing view.

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Aft-Facing Balcony (B1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
We were lucky to have been upgraded to this cabin through the upgrade bid program, and I was absolutely thrilled with how roomy and nicely furnished the cabin was. Compared to other lines, Norwegian gives you more space in the sleeping ... Read More
We were lucky to have been upgraded to this cabin through the upgrade bid program, and I was absolutely thrilled with how roomy and nicely furnished the cabin was. Compared to other lines, Norwegian gives you more space in the sleeping area and less in the bathroom - and I prefer it that way. So the bathroom was cramped, but I was fine with that. Plenty of room to walk around in the sleeping area, couch sitting area, plenty of storage with large closet and lots of shelves and drawers. There was a fridge but it was a minibar so we didn't use it. Balcony was amazing! Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
Greate view for a balcony stateroom although the price was overdone! Read More
Greate view for a balcony stateroom although the price was overdone! Read Less
Cruise to Bermuda. : Cabin 10765
Sail Date: June 2017
The cabin was very good. We loved our view on the balcony. The bed was very comfortable. I would definitely recommend paying for a room with a balcony view. Read More
The cabin was very good. We loved our view on the balcony. The bed was very comfortable. I would definitely recommend paying for a room with a balcony view. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2016
We chose this cabin for the aft view. It is small for a balcony cabin, but adequate for our needs. The only minor inconvenience was that most of the shelf space was inside the closet and to one side--awkward. Our room steward, Charlie, did ... Read More
We chose this cabin for the aft view. It is small for a balcony cabin, but adequate for our needs. The only minor inconvenience was that most of the shelf space was inside the closet and to one side--awkward. Our room steward, Charlie, did a fantastic job! Our son and daughter-in-law had a mini suite for the same price and it was larger, had a better layout, had a bathtub and a larger balcony. Next time that is what I will book. Read Less
Nice Cruise : Cabin 9236
Sail Date: September 2016
The suite was nice and roomy but the bathroom was quite small with only one sink and a tub shower. The suite had good, two zone HVAC and a way to close off the bed for early risers and hooray, the sink and tub drains worked well. A butler ... Read More
The suite was nice and roomy but the bathroom was quite small with only one sink and a tub shower. The suite had good, two zone HVAC and a way to close off the bed for early risers and hooray, the sink and tub drains worked well. A butler came with the suite and he kept us stocked with fruit and snacks. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
Overall room was very comfortable. Not much larger than a standard balcony. Balcony was a bit larger than a standard balcony. Not sure I would pick this category again. I think I would rather be mid-ship. A lot of walking with a cabin ... Read More
Overall room was very comfortable. Not much larger than a standard balcony. Balcony was a bit larger than a standard balcony. Not sure I would pick this category again. I think I would rather be mid-ship. A lot of walking with a cabin at the very rear of the ship. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2016
It gave us a little more depth on our balcony which I appreciated having the lounge chairs to stretch out and relax on in the evening breezes at sea. Read More
It gave us a little more depth on our balcony which I appreciated having the lounge chairs to stretch out and relax on in the evening breezes at sea. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2016
The worst part for me was the bed. Not only was it harder than a rock, but it had a very bad smell to it. The smell reminded me of the way a t-shirt at the Salvation Army smells...old, sweat stained and will never come clean. I asked our ... Read More
The worst part for me was the bed. Not only was it harder than a rock, but it had a very bad smell to it. The smell reminded me of the way a t-shirt at the Salvation Army smells...old, sweat stained and will never come clean. I asked our cabin steward to please change the sheets again immediately upon boarding because I was convinced that he hadn't changed them from the last guests (possibly a large, sweaty man?). Well, he changed them and they still had the odor. Its almost like its baked into the sheets at this point and most definitely into the pillows. It was just disgusting. This ship is in serious need of new bedding. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2015
Our room was clean. We had to convince our steward that he should fix the room everyday. Don't wait for us to ask, just do your job. He did in the end get the message and all worked out fine. The balcony is somewhat bigger because it is ... Read More
Our room was clean. We had to convince our steward that he should fix the room everyday. Don't wait for us to ask, just do your job. He did in the end get the message and all worked out fine. The balcony is somewhat bigger because it is an aft balcony. A lounge chair x 2 fit neatly on the balcony plus two regular chairs. Read Less

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