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 view.
We really liked our cabin. I had originally booked a cabin with a porthole but no balcony. After talking to friends and weighing up the extra cost, we upgraded a couple of days before departure to a balcony cabin. It was definitely well worth it. Not just for the balcony which we loved, but also the extra space in the cabin.
On our travels we have often stayed in small rooms so we tailor our expectations to the circumstances. But this exceeded our expectations many times over. It was comfortable, plenty of space for us, well organised bathroom and closet space. We had to get the safe replaced on the first day but had no problems after that. Read entire member review >>
Deck 11 mini suite with extended balcony was a nice complimentary upgrade.
Blackout drapes were perfect. The bed was comfortable. Climate control was good. The bathroom and bathtub were excellent. The furnishings were worn but there is plenty of closet, drawer and other storage space. Lack of 110V outlets is ABSURD!!! Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin but there is only one outlet so bring an extension cord or schedule charging times. Bathrooms were a cut above the norm. Balcony was smaller than standard and storage was tight. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was small and it was narrow in width... small distance between end of bed and wall. The balcony was smaller and furniture more dingy than what I am used to. The cabin was lacking in storage space... only one end table and no drawers in bathroom and small counter space there. The shower was a nice size and it was nice to have a couch. Bed was ok. Our cabin steward was mostly MIA. We rarely saw her and I had to remind her to do something like fill up our container of shampoo. Also, amenities were poor... no hair conditioner, lotion, shower cap, or other little things that make a cruise special. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was a little worse for the wear. Although the bathroom was spacious, there was a black stain in the toilet that was unsightly. It was also in my daughter's cabin (so I know it wasn't just a bad toilet). The storage was adequate. Balcony was nice. The carpet was stained so badly that it never looked clean... either that or the steward didn't vacuum. Also, he left dirty cups in the room. I ended up putting things out in the hallway if I wanted them taken from the room. This room did not compare favorably to my oceanview (not balcony) cabin on Carnival. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very compact but sufficient. My only critique would be the shower. It is the smallest shower I've ever had on a cruise ship. It is a compact size but difficult to maneuver while the ship is rocking. I learned to lean against the back and not turn around very fast. Read entire member review >>
Closet was adequate but shelves for putting items was located inside of closed instead of drawers that could be accessed from outside. This was very poor design. TV was old style & station selection poor. Other ship have better utilization of space. Balcony was small but adequate & enclosed. Not my favorite. Beds were comfortable. Nightstands on NCL consist of an open metal table which is not adequate. There was only one in the cabin. It was relatively quiet in cabin throughout voyage. A bit rougher than midship. Read entire member review >>
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