The Deluxe Ownerâ€™s Suite sleeps up to six guests and offers a world of comfort with a living room, dining room, bedroom with king-size bed and some offer a separate childrenâ€™s bedroom. Guests will have an unforgettable experience in this suite with a convertible sofa, luxury bath with whirlpool tub and a wall of windows to enjoy the great view. Includes butler and concierge service. Note: Accommodations shown are artists renderings and are representational only.
I was in a 2 br suite on deck 11 - I love the separate rooms as the bathroom, particularly the great walk in shower meets my needs.
The service is top notch; restaurants provide good choices and good variety and again, service is excellent.
And I love the Spa services...I leave the ship feeling like a million bucks.
Norwegian was a choice I made a few years ago to be my go-to cruise company and after 6 vacations (with 2 more on the books)- I am glad I did! Read entire member review >>
We had a very nice state room that was labeled a suite and offered some additional perks. The view was of the front of the ship and was very scenic. The room comes with a dedicated butler. The staff were very attentive to our needs and house cleaning services were excellent. We were six people; including two grandmothers and two daughters; 11 and 13. The king bed in the master bed was nice and comfortable. However the other two fold-out beds were not so comforatable. Basically, they were hard with thin linings underneath. The room came stocked with drinks of our choice. Every day the butler brought special plates, including sandwiches, chocolate cover strawberries and fancy snacks. Read entire member review >>
This is an amazing cabin. We had a party of 5 and there was plenty of room for all of us. Our Butler Domnic was fantastic. The cabin is at the front of the ship so you so feel some motion. Overall, it is a beautiful cabin!!!! Read entire member review >>
With our cabin we got a butler and concierge. We thought the butler did a great job of keeping our room stocked of coffee and sodas, and he was such a nice person. Our children loved him!! We also loved coming back to our suite after being tired and hungry from being off the ship in Bermuda and finding small sandwiches and treats. We didn't use the concierge because I had booked all of our dining before we had sailed. We did like the size of the cabin, and having two bedrooms and two bathrooms. We had 2 adults and 4 children, and felt there was a enough room for all. The price for this cabin with our size family was reasonable. We loved having the floor to ceiling windows and seeing the sunrises in the morning, and pulling into to dock was great to see. The cabin was quite noisy with structural creaking sounds, we had a bit of trouble sleeping, but it was okay. The small windows in the living room, we actually never used, as our kids claimed them as their little secret cubby space, which they loved. Our steward even put a small mattress in one of them because our 6 year old liked to sleep in here. We had a great cabin steward. We did have some rough seas, especially after leaving Bermuda due to Hurricane Nicole. I anticipated some rockiness, especially going in the fall in the colder waters of the Atlantic, and being so forward on deck 12. We experienced major rockiness because of the storm, but tolerable. When we'd leave the cabin and go to the atrium, we felt much better. I did buy the sea sickness bands, and they did seem to help. If you are prone to motion sickness, and mid-ship, lower deck cabin would be much better for you. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was a suite that holds 4-6 guests - two rooms (one with a full and one with a king size bed), sofa in sitting area fold out to a full size.
Overall, a very nice cabin.
*it's a suite that comes with butler service
*plenty of storage room to put your things except for dresses.
*two rooms with a sitting area
*beautiful main bathroom with inset twinkle lights and jacuzzi tub
*floor to ceiling windows provide great view of the ocean when they're not clouded over
*doesn't have a balcony and if you're used to that, you will miss it
*seriously loud squeaky sound along window seals makes sleeping in sitting area bed almost impossible.
*minimal power outlets all located at desk areas. Plugging things in there to charge or sit clutters up the limited counter space. No bedside outlets for cell phones (used as alarm clocks) or medical equipment such as CPAPs. Yes, we did bring a surge protector/multi power strip and still had problems. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was nice, closet door in the extra bedroom took Hulk to get one door closed and the bathroom door handle had been broken and cobbled back together. Otherwise excellent, roomy, well stocked and well attended to. Read entire member review >>
This suite is very nice. Thought we would miss the balcony, but not so much. The views are great, but would have been nice if windows were a bit cleaner. Also had to clean mirrors on closet doors in lounge as they were grubby. Rest of room was quite tidy. Had no breakfast cards, to leave on door at night; however, we made it to Cagneys every morning instead, which is great. Suite consists of entrance and first door to right is bathroom, with jacuzzi and overhead twinkle lights and TV. Separate 'rainfall' shower head, 2 sinks, shelving and toilet. Plenty of towels and toiletries, lotions, including q-tips, cotton balls and bath salts. Then into lounge with desk, which includes laptop and binoculars for suite use. Futon leather couch, 2 arm chairs and 4 seating table, which had fresh fruit and chocolate covered strawberries upon arrival. You also have fresh flowers, chilled champers in bucket, stocked mini bar of soda, water etc and lavazza coffee. You also receive your choice of 3 liquors from list. You have switches to open and close the black out drapes - do not pull manually! Lounge has TV and DVD player. Then to the bedroom which has its own door and TV. You can black out light completely again with the switch that opens/closes the blinds. Desk has hairdryer and 1 outlet (only - bring extension cord). The closet has drawers and hangers as well as the safe. Temperature was managed well in each room. We enjoyed this room a lot. On leaving we checked out next door (12500) and they did not have remote black out drapes, but hanging drapes and not as many windows. It is narrower but does have an extra room/bathroom for the kids. For us, our preference would be our room as it appeared more spacious and was just for us. Read entire member review >>
Our cabin was 12502, which is an awesome suite. Around 700 square feet with floor to ceiling windows in the living room and bedroom. The cabin is directly above the bridge, so you get the same view as the captain. The bathroom was very large with a whirlpool tub that easily accommodated both myself and my wife, a large separate shower and dual vanities. The bedroom had a King Bed with plenty of closet and drawer space for the two of us. Read entire member review >>
Suite 12502: The suite met and exceeded all of our expectation and felt it was well worth the price. The floor to ceiling windows made the room bright and airy, and the view from both living and bed room were breath taking. The suite was huge, and although we didn't have a balcony, we did not miss it at all. The dual zone temperature worked to perfection along with drawing the shades during the day. It was never unbearably warm in any room. The bathroom had dual sinks, jacuzzi tube, and separate shower and was huge. We had our selection of alcohol waiting and a stocked fridge of our requested beverages. I must say the service was awesome! We had our mid day snacks like clockwork, and Pablo (housekeeping staff) kept the room immaculate. I cant say enough about the view! It was like the ocean was our personal viewing pond. I was concerned about the ride being so far forward, and although we did have a couple of rocky nights, we did not need motion sickness medication. Read entire member review >>
Quiet location, fabulously luxurious bed, best view on the ship, never wanted to leave our cabin, broken window begs for attention weeping brown moisture down window sill, broken twinkle lights over spa need attention. Read entire member review >>
Master bedroom has floor to ceiling windows, king size bed, desk with hairdryer (? why with the desk), and closet. FYI, the only closet to hang long dresses is located in the 2nd bedroom. The master bathroom is located adjacent to the master bedroom and has separate shower and whirlpool tub with 2 basin vanity with all the amenities. The living area has a pull out couch and with 2 chairs and coffee table and end tables. There is a dining table with 4 chairs and desk with a computer. There is a lavazza coffee machine and set up for a wet bar. You get your choice of 3 bottles of liquor (Kahlua, Seagrams 7, Bacardi for example) and refrigerator next to the desk stocked with sodas and water. Second bedroom has a pull out couch and second bathroom with shower. There are two sets of closets in the living area with lots of closet space (except of course for long dresses). Being on top of the ship, during rough seas, it rocks and rolls - be prepared. Read entire member review >>
Deluxe owner's suite #12000. Two bedrooms, living area, two bathrooms. Wonderful amount of space. Great view. Master bath was huge and had a separate jacuzzi. Lots of closet space. Could hear baby next door crying when in the second bedroom. Several issues needing repair. Needed one more trash receptacle. Concierge was useless. Butler and steward were wonderful. Read entire member review >>
Totally awesome room. The only thing that would make this better is a balcony. There is a wonderful jacuzzi tub with a TV available, very spacious rooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 showers, and a king size bed you can swim in. The living area has great views and large couch. Tons of closet space but none have floor to ceiling storage (in other words you can't hang a dress up). The view from the master bedroom is enough to reserve this room. Wake up to the sea in front of you, go to sleep with the sea and stars in front of you. You just have to spend some time here to understand. I have pics that give you a glimpse of what I'm talking about. Beware if you are prone to sea sickness as this room rocks and rolls with rough seas. Read entire member review >>
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