These mid-ship staterooms can accommodate up to three guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to sleep one more. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything on board.
Larger than expected, which was great. Very clean, loved the towel animals. Only one complaint. A crew person, came in to paint on the balcony. and left Wet gray paint drippings on the balcony chairs and floor.( He applied gray paint on the ceiling of the balcony) ! Read entire member review >>
we both thought Pablo Bernardez was wonderful. he helped we get into mu room when my hands were full and I couldn't open the door....my point he was always in the right place at the right time....and very very kind.... Read entire member review >>
Small, as expected. Sofa folds out for an extra bed, but when it's pulled out you can't get to the balcony. Bring a multi-outlet adapter because there's only one for the whole room. Toilet and shower had privacy doors. Beds are adequate. You can hear chairs dragging across the floor from the Garden cafe two floors up at all hours.Balcony is nice, when you dock in Bermuda you have an ocean view. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was very adequate for two people, but would be very tight for more. Storage was plentiful, with enough closet space and drawers.
The bed was at least queen sized, with a pull out sofa next to it. Two chairs were out on the balcony, which was enjoyable to sit on when weather permitted.
We noted new carpeting in the cabin, and some of the art work was changed. The bathroom was fine, with sliding doors on the shower, and another sliding door to separate the toilet.
We would book this cabin again. Read entire member review >>
Comfortable queen bed (2 twins combined make a slightly larger than queen bed. Everything was in good working order. Balcony is pretty small (not as small as some of the newer ships, but smaller than we normally get. Only room for 2 upright chairs). Shower is an adequate size, but the walled in toilet stall is very, very small. You have to walk in sideways. If you are tall, you'll hit the wall in front of you when you stand up. Crew was friendly. Specialty dining was good. Not enough public quiet space. Read entire member review >>
We were a husband and wife sharing a balcony cabin. Not spacious, but plenty of room for us. Balcony was pretty beat up with adjoining doors that were probably the originals. Other than that the rest of the cabin was in excellent condition. Read entire member review >>
Decent amount of space. I liked the bathroom with the separate shower, sink area and toilet room - 3 compartments. Best bathroom I've been in. Hated the lack of US plugs - ridiculous to only have 1 and on the opposite side from the bed. Balcony was great for watching the sea. Noisy in the am from scraping chairs in the buffet. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was a good location, middle of ship and near elevator. Even though our floor had cabins above and below us, there was a lot of noise. The pool area is 2 floors up, and they were always dragging stuff around. Early morning, after lunch, and late at night. I am hard of hearing - and it bothered me. Read entire member review >>
This used to be a quiet cabin the ship. I have been on this 4 times previously. Now it is noisy from above. Chairs scraping across rough tile floor in buffet is the problem. Noise comes around deck 11 from 12 via the outside framework. Leaving balcony door open was really noisy. Of course the buffet is open from early say 5 30 AM till 11 PM or so. Just being in the cabin at times was nerve grating. I had to just leave at times.
I even got a pool area chair and slid it across the floor. It had some hard rubber feet on it. It made greatly less noise than the bare wooden leg of the buffet room chairs. Hotel director told me they had 1,000 chair feet ordered.
If not for the foul up during the update putting rough texture tile floor in buffet. This would have been a quiet cabin.
Bedding has been changed. Generally comfortable. New carpet looks good. As usual for NCL on the small side. Only 1 AC outlet. Another in the bathroom for shaver. Read entire member review >>
Neat and always kept clean by our man Alan. Size of room and balcony was what we expected. Only issue was the joint between the two beds making it king size. If you slept on that spot, it was uncomfortable. Read entire member review >>
We enjoy the balcony room. It was clean, shower is large but stool area is tiny. Glad they had a grab bar to help get up when you have trouble with knees. The bed was adequate-not a plush mattress but OK. We had a small sofa and 2 small round stools and a small table. The balcony is small and has 2 chairs-not lounge-and a very small table.
A friend of ours was in room 9221 - inside room. It was VERY small and had no chair at all. They will not stay in that type of room again. Too small and no place to sit except on the bed. They cruise a lot and said it was the worst room they have ever had. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was situated in a great spot, close to most things. One deck down was OSheehan's for breakfast! A must have since the bathrooms are very limited for counter space is bring a see through over the door shoe holder to hold all your toiletries. Read entire member review >>
Quiet, Great view, The level above deck 10 over hung our balcony. While this limited views looking up it was great for keeping the rain off of us when we were sitting outside.
TV was a little small but still adequate. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was great. Roomy enough. Shower fine size for a cruise ship. Balcony was nice - although we've had bigger on other ships, equivalent placement of room. Steward was great. Read entire member review >>
Seemed a little more cramped than other balcony cabin on other ships, but then again, I not looking to do back flips in the room. The balcony seemed standard sized. Only one electrical socket, so bring a multi socket extension. Read entire member review >>
Great mid ship room, plenty of space to the two of us. On-demand movies would have been nice to have. This room is centrally located and didn't rock as much as the rest of the ship during the rough seas on the way back. Read entire member review >>
Carpet dirty and stained. Drapes worn out. Ceiling creaks and rattles whenever ship is under way, or a wave causes a roll. Balcony door header creaks when underway. Balcony railing not attached at one end. Ready to fall off. No varnish on rail. I have a photo of railing if interested.
This was my third or fourth Dawn trip. The worst of the cruises. Read entire member review >>
We had a mid-ship cabin (9088) that was ready for our arrival when we opened the door at 12:40 pm. The cabin was a bit smaller than we expected. However, the full walk-in shower with sliding door was worth the loss of space (dry bathroom floor- yeah!!). Our cabin steward Januar did an outstanding job attending to our needs all week. Still don't know how he could clean the room so fast after we left each time. We enjoyed the nightly towel animals he made too! TV channels are limited to NCL channels, ESPN, all cable news channels, a Favorite TV channel (sitcoms, HGTV and etc programs), and two feature movie channels. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was fine. It was clean and housekeeping came twice daily. The toilet area was quite small but overall we enjoyed our stay in the cabin. Our housekeeper Rene was very friendly. The only problem is that on the last day there was no shower soap in the container. Tried to contact housekeeping but no response so we had to use hand soap for bathing. Read entire member review >>
Typical balcony cabin, there were only 2 of us and we had plenty of room. There are 3 draws available in the cabin and some shelves in the closet and to the side of the closet. The bed was comfortable and the room was very clean. Read entire member review >>
Loved the Balcony, one time my timing was exactly right when I saw a pair of porpoises go down the length of the ship. Was able to watch sunsets and sun rises from the room. Read entire member review >>
Just an average cabin. On deck 5 above a crew access door, we could hear there coming and going 2am to 6am daily. Rather irritating, we were comped by guest services for our inconvenience. Read entire member review >>
Room was a typical balcony room. The bed comfort, closet and shower were above average. Needs at least one more electrical outlet and a little more room at the make-up desk and the safe area. Overall we were very comfortable. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was okay. It was small, but we don't spend much time in there, so it served it's purpose. Our room steward was sweet but she must have had a lot of rooms because it seemed like our room was always made up and turned down very late. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was nice, a bit smaller than other cruiselines in the same cabin. Only one bedside table. The bathroom layout was very nice with a fullsize shower and separate commode room. Our steward was very nice. Read entire member review >>
The room was fine and the storage space was more than adequate for two people with multiple items to hang. I believe we had 20 hangers, 3 drawers and 4 shelves in the closet. A safe is provided for storing your passport or any shiny purchases you may make. We did also bring a small over the door shoe hanger for the bathroom. Counter space is limited and it was helpful to have a place to store toiletries out of the way. Read entire member review >>
In most ways this cabin was fine other than the tiny balcony, which I guess is standard on Norwegian. But the big problem was that the toilet would not flush and required constant "fixing," with little success in the end. Apparently, it's not unusual to have this problem in this room. I won't say it "wrecked" our cruise, but it sure messed it up. Read entire member review >>
The cabin is fairly typical for Norwegian. Their cabins have never been the biggest in the industry, but how much space do you need? They always do an excellent job creating storage. Many shelves, cabinets, and nooks and crannies can be found. I like the layout of the bathroom. It is a three piece with doors for both the shower and the toilet. We are in balcony cabin 10076 on the starboard side. Read entire member review >>
We had a category BA balcony stateroom. Like most staterooms it was cramped and that's okay, but they had a couple tables that just didn't seem to fit. No matter what you did with them they just seemed out of place. I liked the bathroom. It had a roomy shower with a sliding door instead of a curtain and the toilet also had a sliding door (for that extra privacy when you need it). The balcony was average but, it had old rotting cork flooring that tracked back into the room, and forget about standing on it in socks. It really needs to be replaced. But, it served its purpose of giving me a quiet place to relax and watch the sea roll by. Read entire member review >>
The balcony room had a large king size bed, small pull out couch and table, and a small table and chair. The closet was pretty large, with shelves on the left to put shoes. The vanity was next to the bed with strategically placed mirrors so you could watch the TV on the far wall while getting ready for the day. The bathroom was well designed - with a very nice shower stall and an additional small magnifying mirror over the sink. There was a safe in the closet, and three small drawers for storage. There were three shelves also available. Suitcases fit nicely under the bed. Compared to Holland America's balcony rooms, the room seemed smaller, but not overall. The Norwegian living area was smaller but there was definitely more space in the bathroom and more storage. The balcony size was about the same. Two important things to note. First, there are only two electrical outlets in the room. One at the vanity, and one in the bathroom. If you have sleep apnea and use a CPAP, you will need to use extension cords to reach the bed. Second, some people had egg-crate foam mattress covers delivered to their rooms to make the beds more comfortable. Read entire member review >>
Great cabin location, plenty of closet space, Nice shower with lots of room. Perfect views from the balcony. We had the best room steward. Never heard any noise. Very comfortable beds. Read entire member review >>
Great location..Awesome layout... Loved the balcony.. Spacious and loved full lounge chairs..Small bedroom worked well... We used top bunk as bed and left couch for watching tv or kids to relax...We also used pull out in living room ...Loved the privacy of adult bedroom and bathroom...Bathroom was amazing.. Tub and shower with windows... Watch out for window washers during the day... LolOverall room worked out super! Read entire member review >>
Good location, adequate size, the shower stall roomy, but the toilet enclosure was very tight with a sliding door and its jagged edge aluminum frame and jamb. We brought our own soap and shampoo (only a dispenser was available for both). The bed was firm, but we got used to it without requesting a mattress cover. The balcony offered privacy and had a slight overhang for shade. We needed ten more hangers for the closet. There is a light inside the closet, but it takes a few seocnds to start. The flat screen TV offers limited channels, and the remote only has a channel up/down key. If you hold it down it will move quickly through the channel numbers. There is a crew entrance across the hall, so on occasion we heard some conversations as they were moving about. Read entire member review >>
Very roomy. Plenty of storage in bathroom, closet and in the stateroom. Excellent view being on port side we could see each port we docked in. Enjoyed having the coffee maker so we could have coffee on the balcony in the morning. Read entire member review >>
Midships BA port side was a great location, no noise, a close distance to an elevator. As with all NCL ships built in Germany, the sole A/C plug is wired incorrectly, the grounding hole should be on the bottom therefore you can't plug in a night lite. Read entire member review >>
Cabin as a balcony room with plenty of room for 2. Small balcony but we didn't mind. Loved the room. Bathroom you plenty large enough too. Room had plenty of storage places. Big closet and even a small fridge. Read entire member review >>
We had a category BB balcony on the 10th deck. It was adequate but I felt we needed more drawer space. My daughter's OV cabin on deck 5 had an extra set of drawer end tables but that cabin could also accommodate 3pax, mine was just a double cabin. Balconies are not big. The only use we get it for is to look outside when the ship is coming into port. We don't spend time on it at all, it's too small. We were right by the elevators and stairs, nice for us to have close access. Not very noisy at all. Above us were the suites. We had a very noisy family with 3 children who jumped and ran around all day, every day. It was so bad that I had to go up there to speak with them and see if I can work it out without needing to call the front desk. The family could care less. I wish I did call the front desk to talk to them. I was frustrated by the last day. We couldn't sleep in ever because of the jumping and running very early in the morning. Read entire member review >>
Great location deck 10 a bit forward of the center of the ship, quiet, in excellent condition. Bathroom was small (a bit smaller than veranda cabin bathrooms on other ocean ships I have been on) but very usable. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was in great location , very quiet, couldn't sense any motion of ship even though on a couple days many people were effected by motion sickness.
Jimmy was pleasant steward. Always visible and willing to help. We didn't require any additional aids.
There was plenty of room for clothing. Read entire member review >>
This cabin floor is the best for people who want quiet. Deck ten is not between any public areas, and in two trips have found it to be virtually silent. I love the fact I am center of the ship so you can go wherever you like and have access to everything. Toilet area is a bit small for larger people. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was great. There was no connecting door to another cabin. And the noise between cabins was not noticeable. The location on deck 9 is in the middle of the corridor, halfway between middle and aft elevators - so there is not a lot of traffic. The port side balcony is nice when in port at Kings Wharf, with island facing views. The bathroom was extremely functional and efficiently arranged. The shower was awesome and well vented. The closet and storage cabinets are well organized. There is a light in the closet (though the switch is somewhat hidden) located in the top/back of the closet. There is only one 120v outlet - so we were glad that we brought a power strip with us (as recommended in the other reviews we read). We were traveling with a 21-month-old. The room attendant brought us a pack-n-play, but we preferred the fold-out sofa-bed for our toddler. The height of the fold-out is low enough that it still seemed safe for us - and when it folded out - it actually annexed to the main king-size bed. Read entire member review >>
Norwegian Dawn - Cabin 9168 - great bathroom size but cabin is a little smaller than on most ships. Great location - quiet but close enought to levels 12 and 7 (where you spend most of the time). Read entire member review >>
10128 great location, a little noisy as we were right next to the elevator. But not bad. The mid ship elevators were a plus as was our room was right there.
Standard balcony. Read entire member review >>
We were in room 9600 Balcony Mid- ship. Loved it! The room wasn't huge, but big enough for what we needed. They had a closet to hang clothes in, but we mostly lived out of our suitcases, which was fine. The shower was our favorite, the water pressure was fantastic! Loved, Loved, Loved the balcony!! We really enjoyed the fresh air and beautiful views...even saw whales on our return to Boston!! I also purchased the "Birthday Package", for my husband, which is decorating of your room and a birthday cake..well worth the money!! My husband loved it!! The rooms were cleaned and beds made every day and night! Loved our steward! Read entire member review >>
good location (close to amid ship on relatively low deck), good WiFi, very quiet (not a connecting room), small but adequate interior space and balcony, furniture slightly dated, liked flat-screen TV and mini-refrigerator in room, liked sliding glass door for shower Read entire member review >>
We were happy with our balcony room, mid ship. The shelves in the closet were a bit awkward getting clothes in and out with your other clothing hanging up. We were surrounded with teenagers across the hall and on both sides of us which made it a bit noisy at times. Other than that we were pleased with the stateroom. Read entire member review >>
We were 10th floor, mid ship balcony. Room was fine. Toilet area is tiny, my husband is 6 foot 4 inches. If he was any taller, he'd have a hard time fitting in the room's bathroom. Bring extra hangers if you tend to over pack. I am so glad that I did. Read entire member review >>
The closet was small but we were able to fit everything in. Mid ship balcony was quiet. 10th floor had a great view. Balcony had one lounge chair and one regular chair and a small table. Roomy enough. Beds were very comfortable. Bathroom has a half wall between the toilet and the sink making it very squishy for a big person. Shower jet was great. Read entire member review >>
Good location, but a little far from the stairways. Carpet a bit faded, but a new flat screen TV. Just make sure the doorway between adjoining balconies has been secured, I had to prop a chair against it to stop it from banging during the cruise to Bermuda. I did ask a crew member about it and he said they was a problem with relocking it. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was mid ship starboard side. Quiet, but despite their advertisement it is good for three, I think three would be to many. Loved having a balcony, will never sail any other way again. The toilet side of the bathroom was very small and larger people may have trouble with it. Everything else was great! Read entire member review >>
Perfect location, very close to the library and internet cafe which are at the top of the grand atrium. This meant a short walk to grab a book or a drink at the Blue Lagoon. Quiet, mid ship, quick access to everything on board, and also quiet! Did I mention quiet? Read entire member review >>
Good location in front central part of ship on starboard side. Liked the balcony. The room stewards were wonderful. Friendly from the time we boarded until we left. Room was a little small, but we didn't really spend much time there. It was very quiet nights. Read entire member review >>
Balcony cabin. Size was ok,however, fixtures broken in bathroom.Couch soiled in urine,Disgusting,
& Bedding for foldout couch was full of urine stains everywhere.So disgusting. Read entire member review >>
We were in Cabin 9576 port side forward. The cabin was OK at its best. It is fine for 2 adults and 1 average size child. Once the couch is folded out to a bed, you cannot get out on the balcony. We had the steward to not pull the bed out all the way and it was OK after that, if you squeezed through. The sliding door was VERY noisy and the glass very dirty(salt spray). It wasn't cleaned the entire trip. The drawers on the dressed under the table would not stay in during rough weather, which was a lot of the nights. We had to wedge a piece of paper in them to keep them closed. We found the cabin noise inside very annoying(creaking,popping,etc.)What we did like a lot about the room was the bathroom. Separate Potty,Vanity & Shower w/ sliding doors. A lot better then the curtains on other cruise lines. Read entire member review >>
We loved our balcony room 9118. It was quiet and since it was mid ship, the ship's movement was minimal. Since we never use the elevators, the location of the room was great for taking the stairs all over the ship. For us it was the perfect room. Read entire member review >>
Rather small - see my review. Good location mid-ship. Fold out sofa bed is hard, not just firm but hard. Fold out blocks balcony door. Bathroom is cramped but lots of storage space. Read entire member review >>
Great location by the main staircase - close to everything, yet still quiet. Specious closet and bathroom. Small refrigerator. Right across from steward's space, so getting service was as easy as opening your door. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony cabin. We were pleasantly surprised by how roomy it was. Out cabin steward was very efficient. The bathroom was very nice and roomy for a cruise. Loved it! Read entire member review >>
Good location near elevators so don't have to walk down long hallways. Quiet enough but not much room between bed and walls. Wonderful view but need to ask stewards to wash glass and plastic guard to be able to see out balcony. Read entire member review >>
Balcony - Aft - 9178
Spacious Shower Space an Improvement over other NCL ships
Common area as expected ... bed fills most of floor space
Balcony was perfect ... great space and chairs for relaxation Read entire member review >>
Stateroom 9578 is located slightly forward of mid-ship on the port (left) side of the ship. We were told this was a good location for first-time cruisers who didn't know whether we'd get sea-sickness (we didn't).
My husband is 6ft tall, 200 lbs and I'm 5'6", 180...we were a little cramped when walking around the cabin and I felt "big" in the bathroom, bumping into the sliding doors even on calm sea days.
It has the balcony I wanted - clear plexi-glass 4th wall so I could still watch the sea while sitting down (on the beach chairs). Also, its relatively private.
Over all I thought the stateroom utilized space very efficiently, but we think we'll look into a mini-suite our next cruise. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was my only complaint. We had a balcony and there were 3 of us in the room, when the beds are out you cannot get access to the balcony. The outside cabins were bigger as the balcony takes away room space. Read entire member review >>
We were in Balcony Cabin number 10602 on the NCL Dawn. It was a great cabin for the two of us. It would be a bit tight if the couch had to made into a bed every night. The bathroom was a great size with a very room shower. The separate area for the toilet was a neat addition to. Read entire member review >>
closet space o.k , fine for 2 people , 3 would be crowded. people smoking on other balconys was annoying to nonsmokers. above life boats mid ship location was good. Bed was hard as a rock ,missing plush cover for mattress. Bathroom had sewer smell along with the 6 cabins to the left of 9576. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony cabin that was sufficient and clean. The stewards were very friendly and remembered our names when they greeted us, but seemed overwhelmed with their amount of cabins. Our cabin wasn't turned down in the evening until close to 9:00 P.M. or after, and we are early to bed folks, so this was inconvenient.We were 2 decks above the 7th deck shuffleboard area on the starboard side, and there were very loud, unruly parties going on one night until all but 4:00 A.M., causing us not to sleep at all; and the next night until 2:00 A.M. We called the front desk numerous times and our neighbors did as well, but the noise continued. We have since learned that the equipment is to be locked up after 8:00 P.M., but it was not. It took forever for security to do anything about the guests who had consumed way too much alcohol. We also learned that there are only 2 security people on after 12MID, again this could be 2AM as some staff was not sure. Regardless, not enough for a ship that size.Our children had cabins on the 5th deck and they seemed to be minus enough towels for everyone and had to keep asking for more. They did have their cabins turned down while they went to dinner.One of our children is hearing impaired and she did have a hearing impaired alarm clock as well as lights that flashed when the door was opened and special lighting for the fire alarm as well. We were impressed with that even though the alarm clock did not keep correct time. We had asked about this equipment when we booked the trip but NCL said the Dawn did not have this capability. Upon arrival however, the cabin was hearing impaired equipped. Read entire member review >>
Mid ship which was nice during rough seas. People smoking on other balconies got a bit tiresome, wind would blow all the smoke in our room (we faced the ocean when docked) Right near good elevators and interenet cafe (if youre planning on using it) Hidden shelves in closet are useful. Room has 4 life perservers taking up one of the shelves I so desperately needed. Extra pillow was filthy.Only one plug in whole room.. out of the way.Have to time the rechargers pretty well. (Camera/ Video Camera) Smaller than balconies I am use to on Carnival. Read entire member review >>
The balcony was very nice I love the glass wall, which allows you to sit back and watch the ocean without straining to see over the railing. The chairs were really nice, too - blue reclining chairs, so you could sunbathe from your balcony. The furniture layout was really tight, and we had to squeeze past each other many times over the cruise. But there was more than enough storage space for everything, and it never felt cluttered. The bathroom was really room, and I loved the shower best one I've ever had. Nice sliding doors and a removable spray nozzle just like home! Our cabin steward was Indra, and he was really good we gave him an extra tip for his efforts. Read entire member review >>
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